· With a 7-10 record to conclude the season, the Titans finished in second place in the AFC South.
· The Titans know 16 of their 17 opponents for 2023. In addition to facing their divisional rivals, they will face every team from the AFC North and every team from the NFC South. They have three contests against teams that finished second in their respective divisions—home games against the second-place finisher in the AFC West (L.A. Chargers) and the NFC West (Seattle Seahawks) and a road game against the AFC East's second-place team (New England or Miami). The Titans' nine home opponents in 2023 will be as follows, with dates and times to be announced later in the offseason: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Carolina, L.A. Chargers and Seattle. They will face the following teams on the road: Houston, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, New Orleans, Tampa Bay and either New England or Miami.
· In the first quarter, the Titans went on a 17-play, 51-yard drive that used 9 minutes and 59 seconds and ended with a field goal. It was the longest scoring drive of the season for the Titans in terms of both plays and time, and it was the team's longest drive in each of those categories since a 19-play drive for a field goal that used 10 minutes and 17 seconds at Pittsburgh on Dec. 19, 2021.
· The Titans possessed the ball for 36 minutes and 12 seconds, their highest time of possession of the season and their best since a 39:08 time of possession at Pittsburgh on Dec. 19, 2021.
· The Titans limited the Jaguars to 20 points, marking the 11th time in 2022 that their opponents were limited to 20 or fewer points.
· The Titans defense held the Jaguars offense to 13 total first downs, which was the second-lowest total by a Titans opponent in 2022 (10 at Houston on Oct. 30).
· The Titans defense limited by the Jaguars offense to 19 rushing yards on 14 attempts (1.4 avg.). It was the fewest rushing yards of the season by a Titans opponent and the fewest since the Jaguars had eight rushing yards against them on Dec. 12, 2021.
· The Titans, who entered the week ranked second in the NFL in rushing defense, finished the campaign allowing an average of 76.9 rushing yards per contest (1,307 yards on 390 attempts). That is the second-best finish in franchise history and the best since the organization's inaugural season in 1960, when the Oilers allowed 73.4 opponent rushing yards per game.
· The Titans defense recorded its 14th game in which they kept their opponents under 100 rushing yards as a team. That ties the 2021 squad for the most in franchise history.
· The Jaguars were forced to kick field goals on both of their red-zone opportunities against the Titans. It was the third time in 2022 that the Titans did not allow a red-zone touchdown.
G AARON BREWER
· Completed the season with starts in all 17 games.
K RANDY BULLOCK
· Made all three field goal attempts and his only extra point attempt. He connected on a 51-yard field goal in the first quarter, a 39-yard field goal as time expired in the first half, and a 41-yard field goal in the third quarter.
· Finished the season having made 17 of 20 field goals (85.0 percent), and he was also 28-of-28 on extra points.
WR TREYLON BURKS
· Caught four passes for 19 yards.
· Finished his rookie season with 33 receptions for 444 yards and one touchdown.
S KEVIN BYARD
· Completed the season with starts in all 17 games. He recorded his seventh consecutive season in which he appeared in every game and his sixth consecutive season in which he started every contest.
· Totaled four tackles to finish the 2022 campaign with a team-high 106 tackles. It was his third consecutive season leading the defense in tackles.
· Also led the team in 2022 with four interceptions. It marked the fifth time in his career he led the team in interceptions after previously doing so in 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2021. He joined Darryll Lewis (five seasons) as the franchise's only players to lead the team or tie for the team lead in interceptions five times.
· Led the team in both interceptions and tackles for the second consecutive season. Prior to 2021, no previous Titans/Oilers player had accomplished the feat in a season since the team began tracking individual tackle statistics in 1974.
QB JOSHUA DOBBS
· Completed 20 of 29 passes for 179 yards with one touchdown and one interception (82.4 passer rating). He also rushed for 32 yards on five attempts.
· Completed a 21-yard touchdown pass to Chig Okonkwo in the second quarter to register his second career touchdown pass.
· In the first half, he completed 12 of 15 passes for 114 yards and one touchdown (120.6 passer rating).
RB DERRICK HENRY
· Led the team with 109 yards on 30 rushing attempts and added 19 yards on one reception. He finished with a game-high 128 scrimmage yards.
· Finished the 2022 season with 1,538 yards and 13 touchdowns on 349 rushing attempts (4.4 avg.). His yardage total was the third-best of his career and ranked sixth in franchise history.
· Totaled 1,936 scrimmage yards in 2022, including 1,538 rushing yards and a career-high 398 receiving yards. His scrimmage yards total ranked fifth in franchise history and was the second-best number of his career (2,141 in 2020).
· On his final rushing attempt of the first half, he reached the 1,500-yard rushing mark for the season. It was the seventh 1,500-yard rushing season in franchise history and the third by Henry (2019 and 2020).
· With 1,750 career rushing attempts, he passed Chris Johnson (1,742) for the third-most rushing attempts in franchise history.
· Registered his 37th total 100-yard rushing game, including regular season (34) and playoffs (three).
· Logged his fourth consecutive 100-yard rushing game and his ninth such effort of 2022. It marked the fifth time in franchise history that a player had at least eight 100-yard rushing performances in a season. He previously accomplished the feat in 2020 with 10 total 100-yard games.
TE AUSTIN HOOPER
· Tied for the team lead with four catches and accounted for 38 receiving yards.
LB JOE JONES
· Led the team with three total special teams tackles.
CB ROGER McCREARY
· Completed the season with starts in all 17 games.
· Registered one tackle and one pass defensed.
TE CHIG OKONKWO
· Totaled a team-high 42 receiving yards and one touchdown on three receptions.
· Caught a 21-yard touchdown pass from Joshua Dobbs in the second quarter.
· Finished the season with 32 receptions for 450 yards and three touchdowns. He broke Ben Troupe's franchise rookie tight end record of 329 receiving yards, which was established in 2004. He tied Chris Dressel (32 receptions in 1983) for the third-best reception total among all Titans/Oilers rookie tight ends, trailing only Bo Scaife (37 in 2005), Troupe (33 in 2004).
· Became the second rookie tight end in franchise history with at least three touchdown catches, joining Chris Dressel (four in 1983).
ILB MONTY RICE
· Led the team with eight total tackles.
P RYAN STONEHOUSE
· Punted three times for a 55.3-yard gross average and a 44.3-yard net average.
· Finished the season with a gross average of 53.10 yards per punt (90 punts for 4,779 yards). He broke Sammy Baugh's single-season NFL record of 51.40 yards per punt, which was established in 1940 and was never matched among qualifiers (2.5 punts per team game) until Stonehouse's rookie campaign.
· With a season net punting average of 44.03 yards per punt, he established a new NFL record for the highest net average by a rookie punter. He broke the record set by Indianapolis' Rigoberto Sanchez, who averaged 42.64 net yards per punt as a rookie in 2017.
· Booted a 60-yard punt in the first quarter at Jacksonville to give him 19 punts on the season that went at least 60 yards. Since 2000, his total of 19 such punts ranked second among all punters within a season behind Andy Lee's 21 in 2011. In the same time frame, the most 60-yard punts in a season by a Titans player was previously 12 by Brett Kern in 2017.
NT TEAIR TART
· Totaled three tackles, including a sack and two tackles for loss.
· Sacked Trevor Lawrence for a nine-yard loss in the fourth quarter, registering his second consecutive game with at least a half sack. It improved his season and career total to 1.5 sacks.
OLB RASHAD WEAVER
· Recovered a fumble by Trevor Lawrence in the second quarter. It was his first career fumble recovery.
· Helped end a Jaguars drive with a batted pass against Trevor Lawrence on third down in the fourth quarter.
WR ROBERT WOODS
· Tied for the team lead with four receptions and finished second with 40 receiving yards.
· Finished the 2022 season with a team-high 53 receptions and a team-high 527 receiving yards.
· Registered his seventh career season with at least 50 catches.