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AFC South
Nissan Stadium
Head Coach
Mike Vrabel
Offensive Coordinator
Arthur Smith
Defensive Coordinator
Special Teams Coach
Craig Aukerman
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Titans Defensive Coordinator Is Retiring

Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees announced his retirement on Monday after the team fell to the Chiefs in the AFC Championship. The 70-year-old will call it quits in the NFL after coaching for 16 seasons with the Patriots, Ravens and Titans. Overall in 2019, the Titans Defense allowed 359.5 yards per game, 255 passing yards per game, 104.5 rushing yards per game and 20.7 points per game. They did an excellent job in the first two playoff games to hold the Patriots and Ravens to just 25 combined points, but the Chiefs explosive pass offense got the best of them on Sunday. Pees won two Super Bowl rings with the Patriots and Ravens.

Ryan Tannehill Has Slate-Winning Upside

Tennessee Titans quarterback Ryan Tannehill has in an underrated match-up on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Titans will certainly look to ride Derrick Henry to another playoff win, but he also figures to be the focus of the Chiefs Defense. If the Chiefs are able to contain Henry, then the Titans will have to rely on Tannehill to keep up with a dynamic Chiefs offense. The Chiefs secondary has been stingy at the end of the season, but they also had a run where they faced Drew Lock, Mitchell Trubisky, Derek Carr, Tom Brady, and Philip Rivers (twice). When Deshaun Watson was forced to throw to keep up with them last weekend, he notched over 36 DFS points. The presence of Henry obviously makes Tannehill a risk, but it's possible that we see a 30+ point game from the quarterback as well.

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Derrick Henry To See Heavy Workload Again

Tennessee Titans running back Derrick Henry figures to be the focal point of the offense again in the AFC Championship game against the Chiefs. He saw over 30 carries in each of the first two rounds of the playoffs and now faces a Chiefs Defense that he ran for 188 yards against in Week 10. While the Chiefs run defense has been better of late, they also played some weak rushing offenses, so Henry figures to find success if he sees enough carries. He simply needs to Titans Defense to keep the Chiefs in check so the game remains close. It's a risky proposition, but there is no other running back with his upside remaining in the playoffs.

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A.J. Brown Is A Tournament-Only Option

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown had a superb regular season, one that may result in a Rookie of the Year nod. However, he has caught just two of four targets for a mere 13 scoreless yards in the Titans' two playoff games as running back Derrick Henry has siphoned all of the fantasy juice for this offense during their stunning playoff run. Brown will likely fall victim to the gameplan once again, as the Chiefs Defense is ranked sixth in pass DVOA and allow the third-least fantasy points to receivers while ranking 29th in rush DVOA. The Titans are 7.5-point underdogs, so the volume has a chance to come up a bit if they're trailing and Brown would be the preferred target in that scenario. He's not a cash game option in DFS, but there's definitely merit to chasing his upside for tournaments.

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Corey Davis Needs To Buck Downward Trend

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Corey Davis has barely been a whisper this postseason and isnt an appealing fantasy option in the AFC Championship against the Kansas City Chiefs. The third-year pros only catch in the playoffs was a three-yard touchdown and he hasnt eclipsed 80 yards since Week 7. While game flow has been a critical factor in his low usage, Davis has also fallen behind rookie wideout A.J. Brown in snaps and targets. The Titans will likely utilize a more balanced offensive approach against Kansas City, but Davis will need a few splashy pay to return dividends to DFS investors against the sixth-best pass defense by DVOA.

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