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2020 NFL Power Rankings: Tennessee Titans

Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we will compile a consensus NFL Power Rankings that averages the rankings of all 32 NFL teams.

Here is where the Tennessee Titans rank in terms of average, best and worst:

Below you will find a Week 12 roundup for the Titans in our consensus 2020 NFL Power Rankings.

The Athletic -- Rank: 11

Be thankful for: Their resilience and toughness. Those are overused cliches in football circles, but they really apply to the Titans. Tennessee rallied back from a 21-10 deficit to take down the Ravens in overtime and improve to 7-3. A.J. Brown's 14-yard touchdown was representative of who they are as a team.

It was the same thing last month when they came back from a 27-7 deficit against the Steelers in a losing effort. The Titans have consistently been a tough team to put away.

CBS Sports -- Rank: 9

That was an impressive comeback against the Ravens. Now they have a tough turnaround with another tough road test against the Colts.

USA Today -- Rank: 8

RB Derrick Henry is on pace to be the first player since Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson in 2007 to win consecutive rushing titles. King Henry is also on track for 1,726 yards on the ground, which would beat his personal best by nearly 200 yards.

ESPN -- Rank: 10

What they're thankful for: RB Derrick Henry

Henry is easily the player the Titans should be most thankful for. It's always the team-first approach for Henry. He has become a leader and is quick to heap praise on teammates when asked about personal achievements. Henry is one of the Titans' most consistent and explosive players. He takes a pounding week after week but still shows up in key moments. There's no better example of his timely dominance than his 419 rushing yards in the fourth quarter/overtime this season. Henry's two rushing touchdowns in overtime serve as proof that he is the finisher for the Titans -- the gift that keeps on giving. -- Turron Davenport

NFL.com -- Rank: 11

The Ravens held Derrick Henry back for the better part of three quarters on Sunday, but you can't keep a good rushing champion down. Henry gained 96 of his 133 yards after halftime, including a 29-yard TD dash in overtime to lift the Titans to a huge 30-24 win over the Ravens in Baltimore. A.J. Brown, another physical marvel on the Titans roster, ran through four would-be Ravens tacklers on a 14-yard touchdown reception that put Tennessee ahead late in regulation. After the game, Ravens coach John Harbaugh appeared to refuse a handshake from Mike Vrabel. That might have provided the best feeling of all for the Titans, who seem to be in the heads of their rivals.

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