With four playoff appearances over the last five seasons, the Tennessee Titans will be another tough out on any given week. And had it not been for a lengthy injury suffered by stud running back Derrick Henry, the Titans likely would’ve made another deep run in the postseason. That being said, who joins King Henry’s court as the Titans’ sleeper candidates to win the NFL’s Most Valuable Player of the Year Award?
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The Tennessee Titans’ Top Sleeper MVP Candidate this 2022 NFL Season
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The Same Old Tune in the Music City
It’s quite an insult to say that burly Tennessee running back Derrick Henry is a mere (+3,300) sleeper candidate to win the 2021 NFL MVP award. Although 14 players have better odds than Henry right now, all of them happen to be quarterbacks. This means that the 2020 NFL Offensive Player of the Year is the player with the best odds to win the individual accolade who’s not a QB. In eight games last season, Henry amassed 937 rushing yards and 10 rushing touchdowns; an amazing pace that would’ve had him finish with a 2,000-yard rushing campaign in back-to-back seasons. In terms of the Titans’ quarterback situation, meanwhile, things are pretty much the same with Ryan Tannehill still at the helm of the offense. Tannehill is a (+12,500) sleeper pick as well after throwing for over 3,700 passing yards for the second straight year. The 10-year league veteran saw a slight dip in his scoring production from 33 TD passes in 2020 to 21 last season, but he still had great mobility with seven rushing scores on the ground in back-to-back years as well. Breathing down Tannehill’s neck, though, is rookie quarterback Malik Willis. The Titans selected the 23-year-old out of Liberty University in the third round of the last year’s NFL Draft as an insurance policy in their QB depth chart. Nevertheless, Willis is currently a +25,000 dark horse to win the MVP himself, with those odds likely to skyrocket should Tannehill underperform or get hurt early into the upcoming season.
Updated Titans’ Super Bowl 57 Odds
As of this writing, the Titans are +3,000 sleepers to win Super Bowl LVII, which is the 11th-best odds in the league to date tied with the Arizona Cardinals. They also have decent +140 odds to win the relatively weak AFC South title this season, with current frontrunners the Indianapolis Colts (-115) posing as the only other real threat in the division.
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