Winner: Harold Landry
Harold Landry took the next step for the Titans in 2019, posting a career-high nine sacks. The only issue was that he didn’t have anyone to take pressure off of him on the other side, which is something this team needs to address during the offseason.
Winner/Loser: Kamalei Correa
I like what Kamalei Correa did this season, but not enough to consider him a starter moving forward. If the Titans can bring him back as a rotational player in 2020, that would be ideal. However, they can’t depend on him for anything more than that.
Winner: Derick Roberson
It took him the entire season to get into the mix after being a standout during camp, but Derick Roberson made the most of his limited opportunities. Roberson notched three sacks combined in Weeks 16 and 17, and he saw meaningful snaps in the playoffs. Is he the answer the Titans are looking for? The jury is still out on that, but he does offer at least some hope.
Loser: Cameron Wake
After totaling 2.5 sacks in Week 1, Wake was quiet on the stat sheet after that. Granted, he still created pressure that doesn’t show up in a box score, but an injury ended his season early. On the verge of turning 38 and already playing limited snaps, is there enough left in the tank for the Titans to bring him back in 2020? That’s a decision the team will have to make.