The Tennessee Titans’ top three receivers should be obvious to everyone.
3. Dez Fitzpatrick
Former Lousiville Cardinals standout Dez Fitzpatrick probably needs to be ranked a little lower, but there are literally no other options. As a fourth-round pick at a position of need, Fitzpatrick is most likely headed for serious playing time immediately.
He was a reach in the fourth round, but he has the prototypical size you love for a receiver to have. There’s not much talent for Fitzpatrick to beat out, so we should see rather quickly whether he lives up to his potential.
2. Josh Reynolds
This is a signing that went under the radar, but you have to love the addition of Josh Reynolds for the Tennessee Titans. He grabbed 52 catches for 618 yards and two touchdowns as the FOURTH receiver on the Rams depth chart.
Obviously, Reynolds will see a much larger role in Nashville, and he should flourish in it. There’s no reason not to believe that Reynolds will step in and fill the void left by Corey Davis.
1. A.J. Brown
What can be said about A.J. Brown that we don’t already know? Brown is firmly entrenched as an elite NFL receiver after consecutive +1,000 yard seasons to start his career.
He was a vital cog of the offense even with Corey Davis, Adam Humphries, and Jonnu Smith. With all those players gone, Brown is even more essential to team success.
There might not be a better yards-after-catch receiver in football right now. Brown is so good, he’d probably still be slotted as the X or number-one receiver even if a certain Atlanta Falcons receiver comes to town.