A.J. Brown (hamstring) said the Titans won't give him a full complement of snaps until Week 10.
Brown said the team would be careful with his lingering hamstring injury, though his Week 5 usage would say otherwise. Brown ran a route on 92 percent of Ryan Tannehill's 26 drop backs against the Jaguars, catching three of six targets for 36 yards. Brown (and Julio Jones) will be game script sensitive in an offense that wants to establish the run as early and often as possible. Tennessee has a 55 percent rush rate while leading this season, the league's sixth highest rate. A Week 6 matchup against the Bills should force the Titans to open up the passing game though.
SOURCE: Turron Davenport on Twitter
Oct 16, 2021, 2:21 PM ET
After watching Pitts light it up last week... you cant tell me JJ isnt itching to blow on monday night football especially with AJB news coming out .... Remember that dance,,, Do the Julio ... Do the Julio...