4. Adam Humphries
Speaking of spreading it out and passing the ball, why not use Adam Humphries a lot this week. Though he isn’t the top ranked receiver I have on this list, he is second and I will tell you why.
During the mini bye week last week I think (or at least I hope) the Tennessee Titans looked in the mirror and decided that they weren’t getting anything done by trying to over-power opponents in the run game with 2 TE sets.
Throw in the fact that you know have your best pass protector back in Taylor Lewan and it should mean that you no longer have to leave guys in to chip and help in protection.
That affords you the opportunity to use Humphries in the slot where he does his best work.
So now you have a player with a clear role on offense facing someone that should give him a distinct advantage, and you have inside info on what that guy does well and what he struggles at. Seems like a smart time to get him involved.