Most underrated: Adam Humphries #122 overall, WR53
Recent stats, 2018: 76 receptions, 816 yards, 5 TDs
The Tennessee Titans didn’t spend $9 million per year for Humphries to sit on the bench and get 15-20 snaps per game despite that being the common misconception. Humphries is going to start on this offense thanks to his ability to block separating him from your average slot receiver.
His ability to crack and to be useful in multiple sets will make him hard to take off the field, and if I were guessing the five skill positions that the Titans will field for the majority of snaps, my guess would be: Corey Davis, Adam Humphries, A.J. Brown, Delanie Walker, and Delanie Walker.
You know what Marcus Mariota loves? It isn’t dynamic athleticism or a big frame, it is consistency. Look at his leading receivers over his career. Guys like Rishard Matthews and Delanie Walker didn’t win their matchups because they were freak athletes or because they were 6’6 guys, no they won because they recognized coverage and consistently did the same thing from practice to the field.
Adam Humphries is a very solid route runner and was the safety blanket for Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jameis Winston in Tampa Bay, it should be no different with the Tennessee Titans. Expect him to see the field consistently and for him to either lead the Titans in targets or be right there with Corey Davis.