Analyzing the Roles of Each Tennessee Titans Wide Receiver
The Tennessee Titans wide receiver room can make an overwhelming case to be considered the most improved unit from 2016 to 2017. General manager Jon Robinson poured resources into the receiving corps through the draft and free agency. Robinson drafted Corey Davis out of Western Michigan with the 5th overall pick and then traded up in the third round to select Western Kentucky’s Taywan Taylor. He then added valuable special teams player Eric Weems and New York Jets cast-off Eric Decker in free agency. The Titans’ leading receiver in 2016, Rishard Matthews, returns alongside veteran Harry Douglas and second-year player Tajae Sharpe. The Titans receiving corps went from one of the team’s biggest weaknesses in 2016 to one of their greatest strengths in 2017. Today, we will examine each member of the wide receiver depth chart and their potential impact in 2017.