Here are some snap count takeaways, the top Pro Football Focus grades and interesting stats from the Tennessee Titans’ Week 15 loss to the Houston Texans.
Before we look ahead to Week 16, let’s take one more look back at the Tennessee Titans’ Week 15 loss to the Houston Texans by looking at snap counts, top Pro Football Focus grades, and some interesting stats.
Unfortunately, the Titans didn’t really put up any sick numbers in the losing effort, so the interesting stats are a bit limited this week.
In fact, most of them have to do with rookie wideout A.J. Brown, who put forth yet another sensational performance on Sunday.
-Brown now leads all rookie receivers in yards (893), and is just 107 away from breaking 1,000 for the season. He should definitely be in the conversation for Offensive Rookie of the Year.
-Brown now has four 100-yard games this season, the most by any rookie since Amari Cooper had five in 2015 (Turron Davenport, ESPN). And, the only time any Titans/Oilers rookie compiled four 100-yard games in a single season or had back-to-back 100-yard games was back in 1986 when Ernest Givins did both of those things (Turron Davenport, ESPN).
-Brown is averaging 12.1 yards per target, and that’s the best total by any rookie in the last 20 seasons (Turron Davenport, ESPN).
-With his fourth rushing touchdown on Sunday, Ryan Tannehill now has the same amount he had from 2013 to 2018 combined. He had six in total in six years with the Dolphins, and his previous season-high was two back in 2012.