Offensive Player of the Year: Derrick Henry
This one should be a no-brainer. King Henry utterly dominated opposing defenses this season. In the regular season, Henry went over 100 yards six times, and Henry also eclipsed the century mark in two of three playoff games.
Henry would go on to win the league rushing title, with 1,540 yards, and would also tie for the league lead with 16 rushing touchdowns. With an average of 5.1 YPC, Henry was almost unstoppable at points.
Without Henry, this is not the same team. Dion Lewis has been disappointing when asked to spell Henry, and it remains to be seen if Ryan Tannehill can keep up his production without a great ground game behind him.
With that being said, Henry is headed for free agency. If I was Jon Robinson, re-signing Henry would be priority No. 1.
Who knows if the Titans make it to the AFC Championship without Derrick Henry this year? The Titans should absolutely not take that risk, and should instead see if Henry can build on his fantastic season in 2020.