When the Titans trudged off the field following a 16-0 loss to Denver last year, it appeared the team's offensive apocalypse was at hand.
The Titans hadn't produced a point in five quarters, had totaled one touchdown in 10 quarters and were ranked 27th in the league offensively.
Strangely enough, the rest is history.
One week later, the Titans swapped out Marcus Mariota for Ryan Tannehill and the offense took off, averaging better than 30 points per game over the season's final 10 contests. It was primarily a three-pronged surge, as Tannehill would go on to lead the league in quarterback rating, Derrick Henry would capture the NFL's rushing title and A.J. Brown would become the league's only rookie to top 1,000 receiving yards.
Months later, Titans fans can be forgiven for wondering whether all that offense was really just a dream or not. It's still hard to believe a team that had struggled for so long to consistently put points on the board all of a sudden turned into one of the NFL's most electric offenses.
So as training camp nears, here's the question: Can the Titans really do it again?
More specifically, can Tannehill, Henry and Brown produce the same kind of stunning totals they posted in 2019? Or is it unrealistic to think we'll see three such sublime seasons repeated?
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