The Tennessee Titans don't have any Super Bowl trophies in their case, but it seems as though they're stockpiling Heisman Trophies to fill the shelves for the time being.

Last season, when the Titans had the No. 2 overall pick in the 2015 NFL Draft, they did what many people expected by drafting Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota, the reigning Heisman Trophy winner, to hopefully lead the team for years to come.

On Friday night in the second round of the 2016 draft, Tennessee went back to the Heisman well.

It wasn't the second overall pick this time, but the Titans chose Alabama's Derrick Henry at No. 45.

With that selection, Tennessee became the first team in NFL history to draft Heisman winners in consecutive drafts.

Henry is actually the fifth Heisman Trophy winner drafted by the franchise, joining Earl Campbell, Mike Rozier and Eddie George -- all drafted by the Houston Oilers -- along with Mariota.

The pick also comes as somewhat of a surprise, not because Henry didn't deserve to be selected (in fact, he reminds me of George), but because the Titans made a big trade for DeMarco Murray earlier in the offseason.

If Tennessee's next move is to sign Johnny Manziel -- I don't think Tampa Bay's ready to trade Jameis Winston -- then it's no longer a coincidence, but a trend.

The Titans are collecting Heisman Trophy winners. (USATSI)
The Titans are collecting Heisman Trophy winners. (USATSI)