Not one player on the Tennessee Titans roster made the Pro Bowl last year, but I think this year there is a good chance a couple players on the roster will make the trip to Hawaii this year. I wasn't surprised no one made it last year, but this year there is just too much talent on this roster. I'm not saying that all five players on this list will make the Pro Bowl, I'm just saying they have the best chance. Feel free to share anyone I missed in the comments.
1. Chris Johnson, RB
After the addition of Steve Hutchinson to the offensive line and a full offseason to learn the offense, I'm expecting big things from Chris Johnson. I still think he has the ABILITY to be one of the best running backs in the NFL. He's also gained almost 10 pounds in the offseason to help his durability and muscle. CJ won't necessarily be CJ2K, but he will be pretty damn good.
2. Kenny Britt, WR
I think we all know what Kenny Britt can do, but I'll tell you anyway. If Kenny Britt comes back healthy, he will easily have an 1000+ yard season. According to ProFootballFocus, Kenny Britt was on pace for 1541 yards and 16 touchdowns. I'm not saying he's going to be THAT good, but he will still breakout as one of the top WRs in the NFL (Hopefully it won't lead to the Madden 14 cover...).
3. Kamerion Wimbley, DE
The Titans gave Kamerion Wimbley a five year, $35 million contract for a reason. Kamerion Wimbley knows how to get to the quarterback. I could see Wimbley getting double digit sacks in 2012. He has shown exceptional pass rushing skills throughout his career. These skills are put on display more often when he is put at defensive end, which is the position he will play with the most with the Titans, so he has the opportunity to put up big numbers for the Titans in 2012.
4. Jason McCourty, CB
Jason McCourty was a pretty good corner for the Titans last year. I think he could really breakout in 2012. He does an exceptional job in coverage and has great ball skills. In order to get votes he will need to get his interceptions up, but I think he could get 4-6 interceptions next year as he assumes a bigger role within the Titans secondary. He is also a great tackler, earning 103 total tackles in 2011.
5. Jared Cook, TE
It seemed Jared Cook was ready to breakout last year, but Cook wasn't given many opportunities until the end of the year when he had 335 yards in the last three games of the year. This year should be a different story. He's working on his blocking and has another year to learn Chris Palmer's offense. He could also be more inspired since this is the last year of his rookie contract. A big year could lead to a big payday for Jared Cook after the 2012 season.