Top PFF grades: Offense
The highest-graded Titans from Week 15 were…
–Jonnu Smith was literally all over the field in Week 15 and earned the No. 1 grade. He caught five passes for 60 yards (both second-most) and took one carry via a sweep for 57 yards. The young tight end even made a touchdown-saving tackle that saw him travel 96.3 yards, per Jim Wyatt of Titans Online. The man is a freak athlete.
-Brown was absolutely dominant against the Texans. He was beating his man all afternoon, and it translated into a season-high eight catches for 114 yards and a touchdown. Usually Brown’s games consist of a few catches and a big play or two, but his high number of catches showed his ability to consistently contribute throughout the course of a game.
-This loss to Houston was not on Tannehill. Sure, he had a rough first half, but if Anthony Firkser hangs on to what would have been a touchdown catch in the first quarter, this game looks a lot different. Tannehill still put up solid numbers, throwing for 279 yards and two touchdowns (one rushing also) to the one pick, and completed 61 percent of his passes. Granted, he didn’t put up historic passing yards and an insane completion percentage like he has been, but we’d still take his Week 15 production every week.