Titans snap count takeaways, PFF grades, stunning stats from win vs. Ravens
Snap counts: Offense
Here’s a look at the Titans’ offensive snap counts.
–Kalif Raymond played just four snaps but still contributed with one of the biggest plays of the game — a 45-yard touchdown catch. He was also the team’s leading receiver against the Ravens.
-Understandably, Dion Lewis has been almost completely eradicated from the Titans’ offense with Derrick Henry playing out of his mind. Lewis has seen a total of 18 snaps in the playoffs and has been out-touched 67-3 by Henry (95 total snaps).
–Corey Davis and A.J. Brown have played a grant total of 197 snaps in two postseason games, but have combined for three catches for 16 yards. The Titans’ passing attack as a whole has been quiet, with Ryan Tannehill throwing for less than 100 yards in each playoff game.
–Rodger Saffold was forced from the game for two snaps, but thankfully was able to return or else we would have seen more of Jamil Douglas. Saffold was the only Tennessee offensive lineman to not play every snap.