A.J. Brown, WR
A.J. Brown also didn’t play too well in this game. He was targeted seven times throughout the game and only had four receptions. For as good as he is, both of those numbers should be higher every week.
Fair or unfair, this game is going to stick out for the one catch he made instead of the four he did. Despite a great effort late in the game to add a touchdown, there was a pass that sailed right between his hands much earlier that was on track for another massive gain like he had against the Steelers a week ago.
Had he made that catch, both of the losers on this list could have been different and we could have been talking about another day where Brown put up 100+ yards and multiple touchdowns.
Maybe it was because of Corey Davis’s big game, or maybe it was the matchup, but regardless of how it happened, this is a game where the Titans could have used more from A.J. Brown.
If he is going to maximize his potential and become the best receiver in the league, then he is going to have to eliminate games like this vs bad opponents.