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Tennessee Titans Most Performing Players 2021 – The Top 10 Tennessee Titans For The 2021 Season

The 2021 season was the Tennessee Titans‘ 52nd season in the National Football League, their 62nd in general, their 25th in the province of Tennessee, and their fourth under lead trainer Mike Vrabel.



After a 34-3 win over the Miami Dolphins in week 17, the Titans secured the AFC South for the second continuous season.

This would be the initial time beginning around 1960-1962 that the establishment would win their division in consecutive seasons.



The Titans completed 12-5, enhancing their 11-5 record from the earlier year and procuring the AFC’s #1 seed at the end of the season games interestingly starting around 2008.

Be that as it may, their season would suddenly end with a 19-16 bombshell misfortune to the possible AFC champion Cincinnati Bengals, their third-consecutive season finisher misfortune going back in 3 seasons.

Tennessee Titans Most Performing Players 2021 – The Top 10 Tennessee Titans For The 2021 Season

  • Kevin Byard, safety.

Kevin is one of six Titans who started all 17 games. For this team this season, availability was as good as gold. But this is about much more than just perfect attendance.


  • Ryan Tannehill, quarterback

Tannehill has had better seasons statistically, but more often than not he was good when he needed to be. Even with an ever-changing cast of wide receivers, he completed 67.2 percent of his throws, which was an improvement over 2020 and well above his career rate (64.2).

  • Jeffery Simmons, defensive tackle.

Simmons was third among all NFL defensive tackles with 8.5 sacks, tied for second with 12 tackles for loss and tied for fourth with 16 quarterback hits.

  • Elijah Molden, defensive back.

Molden overcame a slow start and finished fifth on the defense with 60 tackles. He added four passes defensed, one forced fumble, one fumble recovery and one interception in 16 games

  • A.J. Brown, wide receiver

Brown delivered a standout prime-time performance against San Francisco in his return from a stint on injured reserve. His 11 receptions for 145 yards and touchdown in that contest saved the day after the Titans fell behind early and kick-started the three-game win streak

  •  RG Nate Davis

The majority of Davis’ rookie campaign was not good, but since Week 15 of that season he has shown vast improvement. He took yet another step in the right direction

  • C Ben Jones

Jones might be the most underrated center in the NFL. He has played like an elite one over the past few seasons, yet carries the seventh-highest cap hit at the position

  • Derrick Henry



Henry is the heart and soul of the Titans’ offense, which has been elite for the past two seasons. He’s coming off back-to-back rushing crowns and a 2,000-yard season.

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