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Tennessee Titans' 2020 season awards: Who's the MVP?

Titans Wire logo Titans Wire 1/14/2021 Shaun Calderon
a baseball player holding a bat on a field: -Derrick Henry pummeled the Texans for 250 yards and two touchdowns, including two back-breaking gains of 45 and 52 yards. He is now the first player in NFL history to rush for 200 yards or more in three straight meetings against the same opponent.  -The Titans held the Texans to just 5-for-12 on third downs. The Titans were 7-for-10 on third downs.  -Tennessee was 4-for-5 in the red zone, while Houston was held to field goals on three of their five red zone trips. That was a major difference in this game.  -Believe it or not, the Titans actually totaled four sacks in this game, two of which came on the same series that led to a red zone stop. Talk about rare.  -The Titans had two turnovers (one on downs) that set the Texans up with short fields, and Houston took advantage of both situations with two touchdowns. The turnover on downs was the result of a questionable call by head coach Mike Vrabel, who decided to go for it on fourth-and-11.  -The Titans had no answer for Brandin Cooks or Deshaun Watson. Cooks torched Tennessee's secondary for 166 and two scores, while Watson finished with 365 yards and three touchdowns. © AP -Derrick Henry pummeled the Texans for 250 yards and two touchdowns, including two back-breaking gains of 45 and 52 yards. He is now the first player in NFL history to rush for 200 yards or more in three straight meetings against the same opponent. -The Titans held the Texans to just 5-for-12 on third downs. The Titans were 7-for-10 on third downs. -Tennessee was 4-for-5 in the red zone, while Houston was held to field goals on three of their five red zone trips. That was a major difference in this game. -Believe it or not, the Titans actually totaled four sacks in this game, two of which came on the same series that led to a red zone stop. Talk about rare. -The Titans had two turnovers (one on downs) that set the Texans up with short fields, and Houston took advantage of both situations with two touchdowns. The turnover on downs was the result of a questionable call by head coach Mike Vrabel, who decided to go for it on fourth-and-11. -The Titans had no answer for Brandin Cooks or Deshaun Watson. Cooks torched Tennessee's secondary for 166 and two scores, while Watson finished with 365 yards and three touchdowns.

The Tennessee Titans’ 2020 season is officially in the books after the Wild Card Round loss to the Baltimore Ravens.

It was a tumultuous season for all 32 teams. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, everyone was forced to adapt to this new reality of virtual meetings, sudden roster changes, and everything in between.

With all things considered, the Titans’ season was still a good one. Tennessee won 11 games, claimed their first division title since 2008, and fielded their most explosive offense in franchise history. Granted, the campaign may not have had the fairytale ending we had all envisioned, but there was still plenty to cheer for in 2020.

With that said, it’s time to present our end-of-year awards for the 2020 Tennessee Titans.

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