Tennessee Titans: 5 Potential Breakout Player Hopefuls for 2014

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Justin Hunter (Wide Receiver)

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Hunter made enough plays as a rookie in 2014 to let us all know he’s the real deal. He’s going to be a stud at some point in his career; the real question is just when will it all come into play? It’s even arguable that shaky quarterback play held him back in year one, while his usage was primarily scaled back to the red-zone and down-field plays. Now expected to be a full-time starter with Britt officially exiting, Hunter could take a huge leap in just his second season. That’s the hope, at least, as Hunter’s elite size and ball skills offer a ton of upside, both in the red-zone and as a chain mover.

Defenses have to worry about Kendall Wright as a possession receiver and deep threat, and the same could soon be said for Hunter. He may not rack up the catches, but if he can maintain focus and round things out around the edges, he could be a big reason why the Titans take it to the next level on offense.