Why the Titans should jump on this trade.
Can you look at this and tell me what is wrong with this picture?
Acceptable answers include:
-Cam Batson played as many snaps as Adam Humphries
–Kalif Raymond and Cam Batson combined for 62 snaps on offense
-Raymond played 28 snaps and had 0 receptions, while Firkser had 45 yards on just 14 snaps
The list goes on really, but the best answer is that there is no chance that an aspiring playoff team should have Raymond and Batson play this many snaps if they can do anything in their power to do better.
Tennessee has a chance to add a WR with legit 4.31 speed and who you can use horizontally and vertically. He is the best of what Kalif Raymond offers the Titans, except Raymond ran his 4.34 at his Pro Day (notoriously a place where players test faster) and Samuel ran his 4.31 at the NFL Combine.
The Titans shouldn’t expect to get a superstar, but if they get someone who can consistently stretch the field better than Raymond and someone who is better in a gadget role than Cameron Batson, then why wouldn’t you?
A deal would be cheap and it would give the Titans much better depth at a position that is becoming more and more crucial every game that Derrick Henry fails to top the 4 yards per carry mark.