New Tennessee Titans who could earn All-pro honors in their first season
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Julio Jones
Well, it probably didn’t take much thought to figure out that Julio Jones would make this list of potential All-Pro Tennessee Titans. He’s an obvious choice. As a matter of fact, he’s so obvious of a choice that his inclusion sort of feels like our staff is being lazy.
We could have thrown a bone elsewhere or made some bold prediction like rookie Caleb Farley is good enough to make the cut, but why miss out on an opportunity to brag on Mr. Jones? Who wouldn’t take some time to do that?
In ten NFL seasons, Julio has already done enough to guarantee he’ll be remembered forever. He’s a member of the NFL 2010s All-Decade Team, a two-time First-team All-Pro (2015, 2016), a three-time Second-team All-Pro (2017–2019), and he’s made the Pro Bowl seven times (2012, 2014–2019). Playing with Derrick Henry and opposite of A.J. Brown only ensures he’ll see some more shine in 2021.
He’s long been a shoo-in for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. All that’s left for this guy is adding a few more quality seasons to pad his legacy and seeing whether or not he can help his team hoist a Vince Lombardi Trophy to put the exclamation point on what’s already been a phenomenal NFL career.