Tennessee Titans NFL Ring of Honor: Matthews, Moon, Munchak & Campbell
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We're taking a look at the best four players to have ever played for each of the 32 NFL franchises. Let's reveal the four greatest Titans according to our Bookies.com algorithm...
The Titans have won the AFC South the past two years, and this past season they were the No. 1 team in the AFC entering the playoffs.
Still yet to win a Super Bowl as the Titans, they are looking to build behind generational talent Derrick Henry and QB Ryan Tannehill. The Titans dealt AJ Brown to the Eagles in a blockbuster trade, but a subsequent trade for WR Robert Woods and the selection of first-round draft pick Treylon Burks gives Tannehill good weapons in the passing game.
When we rank the best Titans of all time in our Ring of Honor, various well-known stars did not make the list. All-time great and Titans rushing leader Eddie George and his star quarterback Steve McNair narrowly missed out on our top four. That's because we also included Houston Oilers players in our algorithm.
The Titans' most recent star Derrick Henry is still way off from hitting the top four Titans in history. He has only been in the league for six years and would need several more exceptional rushing campaigns to crack the list.
Tennessee Titans NFL Ring of Honor
No. 1 - Bruce Matthews
Bruce Matthews is undeniably one of the best offensive linemen in NFL history. Throughout his career, he played every single position on the offensive line. Having played in 296 games, all for the Titans and Oilers organizations, he received 14 Pro Bowl appearances while he was selected to the All-Pro first team seven times.
Matthews was a part of nine playoff teams, one being the lone Super Bowl appearance for the Titans in 1999. Since they recorded player penalties in 1994, Matthews committed just 32 penalties in his final 112 games.
No. 2 - Warren Moon
Warren Moon was a part of the Oilers for the first ten years of his long career. During his time there, he led the league in passing yards two years in a row, and he won the Offensive Player of the Year in 1990.
Moon is the all-time leading passer for the Titans organization with 33,685 passing yards and 196 touchdowns. He led his Houston team to six playoff berths in seven years. He ended his time in Houston with 17 comebacks and 21 game-winning drives.
No. 3 - Mike Munchak
One of Matthews’ teammates on the offensive line, Mike Munchak has put his name forward as one of the best left guards in the history of the NFL. The two-time first team All-Pro was also selected to nine Pro Bowls throughout his 12-year career in the league.
No. 4 - Earl Campbell
Earl Campbell may have had one of the best three years as a running back in NFL history. In his rookie year, Campbell led the league in rushing yards. His explosiveness won him the Offensive Rookie of the Year and Offensive Player of the Year awards, while he finished second in MVP voting.
In his next two years, he led the league in rushing yards and touchdowns, winning MVP in 1979 and Offensive Player of the Year in both years. In his time at Houston, he was named to five Pro Bowls and won three All-Pro first-team honors, making him one of the best running backs of all-time.
To determine the Ring of Honor for the Tennessee Titans, Bookies.com utilized the website, ProFootballReference.com to gather for each player:
- Career Weighted Approximate Value (Career AV)
- Hall of Fame Monitor score
After those findings, we averaged the two data sets to develop our rankings for the players to determine the top four players included in the Ring of Honor.