Corey Davis is really good at football and I have explained countless times that if the Titans had an offense with any sort of volume in the passing game, Davis would have had 1,000 yards easily last year.
Adam Humphries has looked sure handed for the most part and while there is some criticism on him after the drop vs the Pittsburgh Steelers, one drop in heavy rain shouldn’t derail an offseason of positive reviews.
A.J. Brown is a second round pick which would have been enough, but clips of him Mossing New England DBs and some flashes here and there should have fans quietly optimistic that he will be a factor by the middle of the season.
Darius Jennings is a star special teams player who can return as well as anyone else in the NFL while also having the aggression and skill to cover a punt and make a tackle. Guys like him allow you to keep specialists on the team and the Titans shouldn’t let a guy like that go.
Tajae Sharpe is the last guy to make the list and he is trending downward. He isn’t doing anything wrong, but I could have stopped that comment after the word “anything” and it would have been equally true. After being sold a new and improved Tajae Sharpe in camp, we haven’t even seen him targeted.