The Tennessee Titans have one of the best young receivers in the NFL in A.J. Brown and he has all the tools you could want in a WR1. On the other side, Robert Woods is a savvy route runner with great vision and football I.Q., and he dominates the short and intermediate part of the field.
What the Titans don’t currently have, is a proven deep threat. Enter Will Fuller.
Now, you have to sign Will Fuller knowing that he isn’t going to play every week and he probably will only play about half of his games for one reason or another. However, that is actually perfect for the Titans.
It feels inevitable that the Titans will draft a wide receiver with one of their top-100 picks, but drafting Will Fuller means that you have three real threats at receiver that can all win in different ways. So, until Fuller has to miss time there really isn’t any reason to rush a rookie to be ready for the start of the season.
Best-case scenario, Fuller stays healthy all season and you have a great rookie prospect on the bench watching one of the best wide receiver trios in the NFL.
Worst-case scenario, Fuller gets hurt early and you get to see your rookie investment in action.
The only reason why teams are scared of Will Fuller is that they don’t want to depend on him only for him to miss a big chunk of time. Well, that won’t be an issue in Tennessee.