Top PFF grades: Offense
These were the highest-graded players for Tennessee on offense against the Raiders.
-Just when you think Tannehill couldn’t get any better, he goes ahead and does it. He completed 77.8 percent of his passes and was responsible for over 400 yards of offense (391 passing, 19 rushing) and three touchdowns. The passing touchdowns were tied for Tannehill’s best in any game this season, and his 391 yards passing were the most he’s thrown since joining the Titans.
-Brown continues to play like a rock star and he has been everything we could’ve possibly hoped for, and then some. Brown broke his personal best with 153 receiving yards, and the two scores were tied for the most he’s had in a single game this season. With 779 receiving yards on the season, Brown is flirting with 1,000 in his rookie season and is in the conversation for Offensive Rookie of the Year.
-Two Titans tight ends made the cut, as both Jonnu Smith and MyCole Pruitt are in the top five. Pruitt uncharacteristically contributed in the passing game with his second catch of the season that went for 42 yards. With the catch, the tight end had the third-most receiving yards on the team in Week 14. Between Pruitt, Smith and Anthony Firkser, Titans tight ends combined for 110 yards and a touchdown, and two plays of 39 yards or more.
-With his increase in snaps, Sharpe was able to contribute four catches on four targets for 25 yards and helped the Titans move the chains a one or two times.
-Despite not allowing a single sack, no Titans offensive lineman made the list. Last week, four of the five spots in the top five were occupied by O-linemen.