Good: A.J. Brown/Corey Davis, WR’s
The dynamic duo of wide receivers showed out today in what is becoming a habit.
A.J. Brown had another game where he showed his ability to produce big plays on little volume. His four receptions led to 98 yards and a touchdown, including his 69-yard touchdown that opened the game up for the Titans.
Not only that, but something that we don’t see too often in the NFL happened when Brown recovered an onside kick for a touchdown, blowing by the kicking team.
Brown will need to be more consistent week in and week out if this team wants to win more games against big opponents, but it is easy to ignore drops when you look at what he can do when he actually gets the ball.
Corey Davis kept his streak of good games going this week, as he quietly was able to make key plays and catches to help Tannehill in dire situations.
His route running is getting better every game, and the subtle things are becoming very noticeable. It seems as if every time Ryan Tannehill needs a check down option, Davis is always there. He is another player who finished with low volume, but high production. His three receptions lead to a sneaky 70 yards, including a key 4th down conversion.