Tennessee Titans rookie wide receiver A.J. Brown had his best game of the season in Week 4, which earned him recognition by Pro Football Focus.
There were a lot of positives from the Tennessee Titans’ Week 4 win over the Atlanta Falcons, but perhaps the biggest one came via rookie wide receiver, A.J. Brown.
Brown recorded three catches for 94 yards and two scores, including a 55-yard strike that saw Brown flash his underrated speed and ability to create yards after the catch. The Ole Miss product’s second touchdown showed his excellent body control with a beautiful toe drag to complete the scoring play.
As a result of his impressive performance and 91.4 overall grade, Brown was recognized as the flex on Pro Football Focus’ NFL Team of the Week for Week 4.
Here’s what PFF’s Gordon McGuinness had to say about the 2019 second-round pick.
"Brown was on the field for just 16 snaps as a receiver, but he still found time to feast against the Atlanta Falcons. He picked up 94 yards at an average of 5.88 yards per route run on the day. Through four weeks, Brown has dropped two passes but also forced three missed tackles."
In just four career games in the NFL, Brown has three receptions of 40-plus yards and he is quickly becoming the team’s No. 1 receiver ahead of fellow wideout, Corey Davis. He has been the spark this Titans offense has desperately needed from the receiver position this season.
Now, let’s take a look at the top grades for the Titans on both sides of the ball, starting with the offense.