2. Tennessee Titans
The Tennessee Titans have been blessed by Derrick Henry's presence over the last eight seasons. The former Alabama Crimson Tide RB was one of the best offensive players on the planet during that span, racking up 93 touchdowns and 10,960 scrimmage yards across 119 games.
However, it looks like the King Henry era in Nashville could be coming to an end. Following the Titans' 28-20 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 18, Henry got on the microphone to thank the fans for "the greatest eight years of my life" as he's also slated to hit free agency.
In other words, chances are the 30-year-old has left the building.
With Tyjae Spears and Hassan Haskins as the only RBs on Tennessee's roster signed through 2024, bringing in Elliott makes sense. He's more experienced than the aforementioned duo and would serve as a decent stop-gap in what'll likely be a rebuilding year. He won't single-handedly win games for the Titans, but he's still good enough to keep the backfield from being a debacle.
Besides, he could even spend the first part of the season with the Titans before being moved for a draft pick to a contender if they fall out of the playoff race.