Here’s an amazing Tennessee Titans WR duo they’ll never assemble

A.J. Brown, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images)
A.J. Brown, Tennessee Titans (Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images) /

What’s that saying? Game recognizes game, right? You’ve heard that if you’re a Tennessee Titans fan. You’ve heard it if you’re a fan of any of the other 31 NFL teams.

It makes you think back to the days when NFL Films used to post that clip when Randy Moss jumped off of the Minnesota Vikings bench and proclaimed that he had to check out what Brett Favre was doing. Better yet, it makes you think about all of the young cornerbacks who wanted to wear the 21 jerseys because Deion Sanders made it cool.

Game recognizes game, for the aforementioned Titans fan, that statement took on new meaning as one of their receivers complimented one of the best prospects at the position ahead of the upcoming NFL Draft.

The Tennessee Titans wide receiver has high praise for DeVonta Smith.

With the annual selection meeting approaching, you can expect a few more hype videos and ads to whet your appetite. Recently, in a new commercial, Titans wideout A.J. Brown appeared and dropped a few jewels about former Alabama Crimson Tide standout and last year’s Heisman Trophy winner, DeVonta Smith.

The results were phenomenal, but it’s the words of A.J. Brown that truly make this one a great watch.

"What’s up DeVonta? It’s A.J. Don’t let no one call you small, Keep being yourself, keep playing big. You put the work in. You worked, and worked, and then worked some more. You turned yourself into an absolute beast…  Just don’t do it too bad against the Titans, bro."

It’s doubtful that these two will wind up on the same roster as the Tennessee Titans pick 22nd in Round 1, and Smith figures to have had his name called by then. Still, it’s nice to daydream, isn’t it?

Just think about what this would be like as a Tennessee Titans fan.

Brown, a Pro Bowl selection in 2020, has hauled in 133 receptions for 2,273 yards and he’s reached the end zone 20 times. That’s if you include his four playoff starts. This after he earned First-team All-SEC nods in 2017 and 2018. He also earned a spot on the Pro Football Writers of America’s NFL All-Rookie Team in 2019.

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Smith caught the game-winning touchdown reception on second down and 26 in that College Football Playoff National Championship game versus the Georgia Bulldogs. He also won the Heisman Trophy, as mentioned, and he racked up 235 receptions for 3,965 yards and reached the end zone 46 times in 47 games with the Tide.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen, game does indeed recognize game. Then again, how about we craft another phrase for this particular occasion. Shall we say beasts recognize beasts? Here’s