Projecting 3 Scenarios for the Tennessee Titans in 2020
Best Case Scenario
2019 could not have gone much better for Ryan Tannehill.
With a full offseason, and his role as starting QB firmly entrenched, let’s assume 2020 brings more of the same for Tannehill. In 2019, including playoffs, Tannehill threw for over 3,000 yards. Now, assuming a full 16 game season, it would not be a stretch to say Tannehill will eclipse the 4,000-yard mark in 2020.
This would go down as the greatest-ever season passing-wise by a Titans QB. Tannehill is flanked by reigning rushing champ Derrick Henry, who will once again run all over the league. The Titans offense will be exciting to watch, and possibly a top-10 unit in the league.
While Henry might not break 1500 yards again, it would not be a stretch to assume he’ll pick up around 1300 or so.
AJ Brown will continue his dominance, and he’ll have to in order for Tannehill to reach 4,000 yards passing.
The Titans defense will look very similar to the 2019 unit, and that’s a good thing. Harold Landry resumes his reign of dominance, with an added contribution from Vic Beasley and D’Andre Walker on the edge.
With a schedule that shouldn’t scare anybody, the Titans clinch the AFC South crown and reach the AFC Championship Game for a second consecutive season.