Snap counts: Offense
Here’s a look at the snap counts for the Titans on offense in Week 14.
-In the absence of Adam Humphries, Tajae Sharpe saw the biggest increase in snaps of the Titans’ receivers. After seeing a season-low nine snaps in Week 12 against the Jags, Sharpe was on the field for 30 in Week 14. Kalif Raymond‘s snaps stayed steady at 12, while Cody Hollister saw no bump in playing time.
-For the second straight week, it was A.J. Brown who led all Titans receivers in snaps, and he had three more than Corey Davis. Brown continues to be the No. 1 receiver in Nashville and it’s great to see the Titans utilizing him as much as possible.
–Dion Lewis saw the most snaps he’s seen since Week 9, but a lot of that had to do with the fact that Derrick Henry was playing hurt and getting some extra rest. Khari Blasingame saw the second-most snaps he’s had in three games, and he made the most of them by being an effective lead blocker and grabbing two passes for 47 yards, the second-most by any Titans pass-catcher on Sunday.