Tennessee Titans: Winners and losers from entire 2019 season
Winner/Loser: Adam Humphries
One of the Titans’ notable free agent acquisitions in 2019, Adam Humphries falls under both categories after his first season.
He’s a winner because he showed just how important he can be to this team when he was moving the chains against the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game, and he had some big catches throughout the regular season.
But he’s a loser because he’s making $9 million per year and didn’t come close to the kind of production you’d expect at that price. Even factoring in the four games he missed at the end of the season, Humphries still would have fallen far short of what he did in 2018.
Then again, he went from a high-volume passing attack to a run-heavy offense, but we still expected more from him in 2019, and part of his falling short had to do with him not being involved enough in the offense.
Loser: Tajae Sharpe
Like Humphries, Tajae Sharpe had some big grabs during the season, but overall he was an afterthought in an offense that had two new toys in the passing game in Brown and Humphries.
Sharpe ended up fifth in the pass-catcher pecking order. You can be almost certain Sharpe will be looking for employment elsewhere in 2020 on a team that will give him more opportunities.
Winner: Kalif Raymond
Holy Cross product Kalif Raymond barely made the roster out of training camp and ended up having one of the biggest catches of the season against the Ravens, one of his three catches of 40 yards and two touchdowns. It looks like Raymond has found a home in Nashville.