2018 Stats (Rank)
Total Offense: 4,998 yards (25th)
Offensive Touchdowns: 31 (26th)
Offensive Plays Per Game: 58.8 (29th)
Pass Attempts + Sacks: 484 (31st)
Rush Attempts: 454 (9th)
Run/Pass Split: Run – 48 | Pass – 52
Unaccounted for Targets: 27
Unaccounted for Carries: 7
Projected Win Total
The Titans’ over/under currently sits at 8.0, after they went 9-7 last season. After an unimpressive offseason, the Titans seem in line for similar results. The loss of offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur might set back this offense a bit. Expect an average season for the Titans.
Strength of Schedule
SOS is measured by calculating the fantasy points allowed by each team’s opponents to determine who has the easiest and most difficult fantasy schedules (rank #1 has the easiest schedule).
Below average is the best way to label this passing attack. In an attempt to improve the passing game, the Titans added Adam Humphries and A.J. Brown this offseason. It’s tough to tell where fantasy value will come from this receiving corps, but if you are a believer one of these players is going to emerge, you can get them fairly cheap, as the top weapon in this attack (in terms of ADP) is Corey Davis, at WR35. Tight end Delanie Walker has been a consistent, top option at the position over the past few seasons. However, Walker is coming off an injury and has fallen in ADP. He is currently being drafted as TE13, but if he returns to form, this value would be a steal.
The Titans have made it clear this offseason that they want to run the football early and often. They added two veteran offensive lineman, in Rodger Saffold and Kevin Pamphile, as well as drafting Nate Davis in the third round. The Titans have also said they want to make Derrick Henry a true bell cow back…finally. He averaged 23.5 touches over the final four games of the year, and he finished last fantasy season as RB16 in PPR, which is close to his current ADP of RB19. However, expect him to trend upward, as fantasy draft season continues. Dion Lewis is the change-of-pace back, and while he was relatively underwhelming last season, he caught 59 passes and finished as RB27. He is being forgot about in drafts, going as RB49.