Tennessee Titans 2019 season awards: Who’s the MVP?
Rookie of the Year: A.J. Brown
A.J. Brown had a rookie season to remember. A second-round rookie out of Ole Miss, Brown quickly proved he was the missing spark this Titans team had been missing.
Not only did Brown lead the team in receiving yards, he lead ALL rookie wide receivers in receiving yards. That output easily surpassed the Titans’ previous rookie receiving yards leader, Kenny Britt, who had 701 yards in 2009.
Brown would prove to be a YAC monster, and while not especially quick, he was a threat to take it to the house every time he got the ball in his hands. Brown would finish the 2019 regular season with 52 catches for 1,051 yards and eight touchdowns.
It seems that the Titans have finally found that difference-making wide receiver they have been sorely missing for years now.
Had Jeffery Simmons been available all season, he would have gotten consideration here as he flashed in his limited time.