What needs to change
In my head, there are three clear ways for the Titans to get more points out of this offense in 2020. The first is fairly obvious, but they have to be able to make field goals.
Try not to get sick, but last year the Titans made just 44.4% of their field goals in what has to have been the worst performance by a group of kickers in a long time. The average team made nearly twice that with 81.6%.
If the Titans have an average kicking game, they would hit 81.6% of their 31 field goal attempts. That means they would score on 25 kicks and wind up with 75 points off of field goals instead of just 24 points in 2019.
Secondly, getting more targets to A.J. Brown and Jonnu Smith is going to be huge. Those two are yards after the catch waiting to happen, and the Titans now have had a full offseason to plan around those two as starters.
Continuity is key this offseason and immediately getting those two as involved as they were last season will be huge for this offense.
Finally, the running backs can still be more productive. Derrick Henry is great, and I’m not asking any more of him, but the combination of Dion Lewis and Dalyn Dawkins combined to average 3.6 yards per carry last season behind Henry.
If those three things happen, then they will be in great shape.