Tennessee Titans schedule: 3 Toughest matchups for rookie Caleb Farley

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. D.K. Metcalf. 3. player. 36. .

This one will have Tennessee Titans fans glued to the television screen.

We have to be honest. While both are talented, some of the Titan Sized staff is wondering how D.K. Metcalf is on this list as opposed to Michael Thomas of the New Orleans Saints.

The answer is simple. One guy has Russell Wilson tossing him the rock. The other will have either Taysom Hill or Jameis Winston as his quarterback, and while no disrespect is intended to either of those latter names, both have to be seen as a dropoff after Saints fans have been spoiled by having Drew Brees as their quarterback for the past 15 seasons.

You do realize that some of you don’t even have children or relationships that are 15 years old right? With that being said, don’t be surprised if Thomas’ production dips some slightly in 2021. It’s very realistic to think that it can happen, and it won’t even be his fault if it does.

None of that equates to a day off for Farley though. Metcalf is a monster. He’s two inches taller than Farley. He’s about 32 pounds heavier. Don’t expect Russell Wilson to shy away from tossing the ball in Metcalf’s direction. He’s much too experienced to fear anyone.

Don’t be surprised if D.K. gets the better of Farley on a few plays. He’s much too talented. This will be a tall task for Farley as well as the entire Tennessee Titans defense.