Acquired this past offseason in free agency after four seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Humphries hasn’t exactly panned out the way that many Titans fans would have hoped he would. But with how frantic Mariota had looked early in the season, you can’t put too much blame on Humphries.
So far this season, he has caught 28 of his 37 targets for 253 yards, but has yet to register a touchdown. 14 of his 28 receptions have gone for first downs, so he is definitely a key contributor in the passing game, but he’s been overshadowed by the likes of Corey Davis, A.J. Brown, Tajae Sharpe, and as of recently, Jonnu Smith.
With Tannehill now the starter at quarterback, Humphries could see more targets in his future, but with the abundance of talent at the wide receiver position, it may be tough for him to match the same level of productivity he saw in Tampa.