This probably isn’t what you expected me to start out with, but Rashaan Evans and Jayon Brown are probably going to look better in 2020 and produce less.
The reason for that is simple: this front four should be dominant.
On run downs, the Titans starting lineup in their base 4-2-5- defense should (eventually) be: Harold Landry, Jeffery Simmons, Daquan Jones, and Jadeveon Clowney. Behind those four you can expect a heavy rotation of Larrell Murchison, Isaiah Mack, Kamalei Correa, Vic Beasley, and Derick Roberson.
That constant rotation of fresh bodies is going to compound the talent and depth at those positions and keep offensive lines on their heels. That means that those players could take away from the TFL stats that Evans and Brown have been getting.
Then when the Titans want to create pressure with three or four players, they are going to a similar front out with the potential change of taking out Daquan Jones in favor of Jadeveon Clowney. When they don’t do that, expect Isaiah Mack to replace Jones and for Clowney to rush from a stand-up position on the inside.
In either of those situations, another EDGE is going to come on the field to be the “fifth” man or the Titans will line down three players and have Clowney pick a gap. What you will see much less of is Rashaan Evans or Jayon Brown sugaring the A-gap and blitzing or faking the blitz.
Obviously, that means fewer chances to get into the backfield and get a sack for the inside linebackers.
Overall their lives should be easier because they get to clean up the play when the defensive line wreaks havoc, and their tackle numbers and chances at interceptions should climb. However, the TFL and sacks stats for those two this year will be less about talent and more about opportunity.