A FEW STEPS AHEAD
The Titans were able to out run Houston and stave off Indianapolis with a Week 17 victory, to take home the AFC South Title in historic fashion.
The Titans offense featured a multi dimensional attack this season with Quarterback Ryan Tannehill accounting for 40 total Touchdowns and Wide Receivers A.J. Brown, along with Corey Davis combining for over 2,000 receiving yards. But it was Running Back Derrick Henry, who set the tone and amassed over 2,000 rushing yards in a record setting season.
The 2020 campaign was a success for the Colts, as evidenced by their 11-5 record and Playoff appearance. Based on the Covid rigged off-season and new additions to the roster, it's fair to say that Indianapolis maximized it's full potential and shouldn't have any regrets this off-season.
Things got off to a bad start in Houston before the season even started, when a personal rift caused former Head Coach and General Manager Bill O'Brien to trade away the teams top offensive weapon in DeAndre Hopkins. After that, a tough opening Regular Season schedule, was too much for a bad defense and offense with no identity to overcome.
2019 OFF SEASON GRADES
I'm not sure how much hope or optimism there was for Jacksonville coming into the season but by the half way point, their season was already done. After the season, the Jags finally parted ways with Head Coach Doug Marone and hope that the #1 overall Draft Pick, along with new leadership can change the fortunes for this down trodden franchise.