Marcus Johnson, WR
Marcus Johnson doesn’t have much tape to go off of, even in four NFL seasons. However, I think the issue is more of him not getting opportunities.
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Marcus Johnson didn’t have the most significant game last week, but he also played an outstanding secondary in Baltimore. This week, Johnson will be playing a struggling secondary in the Titans.
The last team Marcus played with a weak secondary was Cincinnati in week six, where he went off for 108 yards on five catches.
The 26-year-old receiver has had great production this year in little time. His season stats show just 13 receptions, which is shocking going into the tenth week of the season. However, Marcus has 241 yards on the season, with an 18.5 yard average per catch.
It just goes to show that when he gets touches, he can be a playmaker. Marcus Johnson is an unknown name who could light up the Titans secondary this week.