3 MVPs for the Tennessee Titans after a roller coaster 2020 season

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Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Vrabel argues a call during the Tennessee Titans game against the Baltimore Ravens in Nashville on January 10, 2021.
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3 most valuable Titans during the 2020 season.

Unfortunately, the Titans’ Super Bowl aspirations were laid to rest on Wildcard weekend.

The team’s season was ironically ended by the Baltimore Ravens, who are no strangers to the Titans. Tennessee ended the Ravens season in the 2019 playoffs and defeated the team again in Week 11 of the 2020 season, which clearly left a bad taste in their mouths as they were finally able to get some revenge.

It was a brutal ending to an otherwise impressive season, largely because it wasn’t the way that anyone expected Tennessee’s season to end.

The Titans’ offense was completely anemic against Baltimore, and the defense was very good for long stretches but just couldn’t stop Lamar Jackson from making back-breaking plays when it mattered most.

Now that the context is clear, I want to make sure everyone knows that this isn’t an article meant to focus on the negative parts of the 2020 season. The Titans won 11 games in 2020, which was the best mark for the team since 2008. This was also the teams’ first AFC South title since 2008, so obviously, there was more good than bad this season.

While this is clearly a solid team with an above-average roster, a few players stood out above the rest in 2020. Today, I want to evaluate the 3 players whom I believe had the largest impact on the Titans’ success in 2020.

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