Once again this offseason, I'll be writing about the 2012 season that was, including picking some team MVPs, highlighting various statistics and trends, and trying to give you a better idea of the season that was. That should lead into our positional analyses, and then we'll start talking about the 2013 draft and free agency. If there's anything in particular you'd like to see, post it in the comments and I'll consider it.
Last year, this was a pretty easy choice. The Titans had a surprisingly efficient passing offense, even without Kenny Britt for most of the season, and that was because of Matt Hasselbeck. 2012 presents a more difficult challenge, as the Titans were not nearly as successful as they were last year. Even more important in terms of picking an MVP, there wasn't really anything on offense the Titans were reliably good at. The run game was productive, some of the time, and terrible unproductive as much or more of the time. The same was true of the pass game.
In the end, I had to sit down, come up with a list of every candidate I couldn't immediately dismiss, and eventually pick a winner. So, here's how it went down, with candidates listed in order by last name.