Rishard Matthews - WRPosted 6/14/18 3:41pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) and WR Corey Davis (undisclosed) should be ready for the start of training camp after they missed some offseason workouts because of injuries, according to head coach Mike Vrabel.
Huddle Up: Both Matthews and Davis are expected to be big parts of the passing game this upcoming season. Matthews is coming off a solid 2017 and should be able to post similar numbers. He can be a No. 3 receiver for fantasy owners. Davis was limited to 11 games last season, so he should post better numbers this season. He can be a No. 4 fantasy receiver.
Rishard Matthews - WRPosted 6/13/18 4:37pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Wednesday, June 13.
Huddle Up: Matthews has been dealing with an undisclosed injury this offseason but probably will be ready for training camp. He served as the team's top receiver in 2017 and should have a solid role again this season. He can be a No. 3 receiver in most fantasy leagues.
Dion Lewis - RBPosted 6/5/18 11:50am ET
Tennessee Titans RBs Derrick Henry and Dion Lewis are considered 1a and 1b in the eyes of offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur.
Huddle Up: Henry and Lewis are tremendous complements to each other. Henry is a bruiser and Lewis is a more agile and shifty back. The latter can hold his own as a runner despite his smaller stature and brings better value to the fantasy table. Both Henry and Lewis are in the RB2 conversation with Lewis having more PPR value.
Corey Davis - WRPosted 5/31/18 5:25pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Corey Davis 'continued to impress' in OTAs Thursday, May 31, according to Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com, 'catching the ball with ease' and looking 'confident and plenty capable.'
Huddle Up: Davis should be a popular sleeper target amongst fantasy owners in any format, as the second-year wide-out could be poised for a breakout 2018. Although he only registered 34 catches for 375 yards and zero touchdowns in 11 games, those numbers don't include his impressive postseason, in which he hauled in nine receptions for 98 yards and a pair of scores. He can be a very solid WR3 this year.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 5/26/18 8:23pm ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota said he has been working on widening his throwing stance to increase his balance and improve his throwing accuracy.
Huddle Up: Mariota took a step in the wrong direction last year, but the Titans have added more weapons, and he seems committed to improving. He has enough upside to select as a low-end QB1.
Rishard Matthews - WRPosted 5/23/18 7:24pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Rishard Matthews (undisclosed) is dealing with a minor undisclosed injury but should return to the field before offseason workouts end.
Huddle Up: Matthews will be one of the starting receivers for the Titans and will have a solid role in the passing game. He can be a No. 3 or No. 4 receiver for fantasy owners in 2018.
Corey Davis - WRPosted 5/4/18 7:01pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Corey Davis should benefit from a full offseason of workouts, according general manager Jon Robinson, and Robinson believes Davis could still become a No. 1 receiver.
Huddle Up: Davis battled injuries throughout his rookie year, but he has the physical tools to be a matchup nightmare. Grab him as a WR3 with upside.
Luke Falk - QBPosted 4/28/18 1:29pm ET
The Tennessee Titans selected Washington State QB Luke Falk with the 199th pick overall (Round 6) in the 2018 NFL Draft.
Huddle Up: Falk threw up huge numbers for Mike Leach's Cougars, and his addition gives the Titans two former Pac-12 signal callers with Marcus Mariota leading the way. Some will note that Tom Brady was also selected with the No. 199 pick in the 2000 NFL Draft. Titans fans shouldn't expect Hall of Fame caliber here, but Falk does have some upside and a good long ball.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 4/18/18 10:09am ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota's fifth-year option will be exercised, according to general manager Jon Robinson.
Huddle Up: It's an obvious move for the Titans as Mariota is one of the most promising young quarterbacks in the NFL. He took a step backwards last year, but his dual-threat ability makes him a QB1 candidate going into a new season.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 4/15/18 7:52pm ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota is going to have more chances to make throws down the field this season, according to offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur.
Huddle Up: Mariota disappointed a bit last year, but injuries didn't help his cause. Tennessee continues to add weapons around a him, and the potential for more big plays only reinforces his QB1 upside.
Dion Lewis - RBPosted 4/13/18 6:38pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB Dion Lewis said both he and RB Derrick Henry will be used in the running game. 'Derrick's a great back and I'm happy to be a part of the backfield with him, so I think we can form a pretty good one-two punch,' Lewis said.
Huddle Up: Henry is expected to take on more of the lead role this year, but Lewis should receive some carries of his own and see a lot of action on passing downs.
Eric Decker - WRPosted 4/5/18 7:29am ET
Free-agent WR Eric Decker (Titans) is visiting the Baltimore Ravens Thursday, April 5.
Huddle Up: Decker still has some PPR luster as a WR5.
Eric Decker - WRPosted 3/20/18 11:30am ET
Free-agent WR Eric Decker (Titans) is not visiting the New Orleans Saints Tuesday, March 20. It had been reported elsewhere that Decker was on his way to visit New Orleans.
Huddle Up: Joining the Saints could breathe new life back into Decker's fantasy value, but alas he is not visiting, at least not yet. Teaming up with Drew Brees is a promising proposition for anyone, especially with Decker's red-zone ability. Nevertheless, Decker remains a late-round flier until we know where he'll be playing next.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 3/8/18 2:11pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB DeMarco Murray was released Thursday, March 8.
Huddle Up: Murray recorded 659 yards and six touchdowns this season, so he should be able to find another team to join this offseason. He probably will be part of a running back committee for a team and could be a No. 3 running back in standard leagues depending on his role. Derrick Henry should receive the majority of the work for the Titans and can be a No. 2 fantasy running back.
Derrick Henry - RBPosted 3/8/18 3:03pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry likely will take over as the starting running back for the Titans in 2018 after the release of RB DeMarco Murray.
Huddle Up: Henry led the team with 744 yards this season and received just under half of the carries. He could also be more involved in the passing game as the starter. He should be able to improve on his stats next season and can be a No. 2 running back in most leagues.
Derrick Henry - RBPosted 2/28/18 10:14pm ET
Tennessee Titans general manager Jon Robinson said at the NFL Scouting Combine on Wednesday, Feb. 28, how much he is 'looking forward' to working with RB Derrick Henry 'in the new offense,' adding that 'he is obviously a little more acclimated to the pro game and I think he can be a guy we can hand the ball to and throw it to.'
Huddle Up: It seems a lot more likely than not that the Titans will be moving on from DeMarco Murray, which could set up Henry for a huge 2018 campaign. Owners should be excited over the prospects of drafting Henry, as he has the chance to be a monstrous RB1 with a full workload on a weekly basis next season. It wouldn't be surprising to see his ADP register somewhere in the first round.
Derrick Henry - RBPosted 2/19/18 8:56pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry ranked third in the NFL - among players who recorded at least 175 carries - with 4.09 yards gained after defenders closed within one yard of him in 2017, according to Next Gen Stats. Henry decisively cleared 3.7 yards gained after close in five games, but he fell under that mark in all the others.
Huddle Up: Henry's inconsistency in making defenders miss from short range - or powering through those tackle attempts - is actually a bit troubling for a 247-pound back with impressive straight-line athleticism. The Titans figure to benefit from a chance at offensive coordinator as a whole - Matt LaFleur was hired to replace Terry Robiskie - and DeMarco Murray is a candidate for release this offseason, both of which could enable Henry to reach the ceiling he has displayed at times during his first two NFL seasons.
Delanie Walker - TEPosted 2/19/18 11:22pm ET
Tennessee Titans TE Delanie Walker reached the 800-yard mark for the fourth consecutive season in 2017. He's the only tight end to reach that plateau even once in franchise history. In addition, he became the fourth player in the history of the Titans to record five consecutive seasons with at least 60 receptions.
Huddle Up: Arguably the most underrated tight end in all of pro football, Walker is never mentioned among the uppermost top tier at his position, but perhaps he should be given his notable consistency. This past season, Walker tied for third among tight ends in catches with 74 and also finished third in targets (111) and fourth in yards (807). He'll remain a TE1 going into next year.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 2/15/18 3:42pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB DeMarco Murray could be an option for the Detroit Lions if the Titans release him this offseason, in the opinion of The Detroit News' Justin Rogers.
Huddle Up: The Lions will be looking to add at least one running back this offseason, and Murray likely will be released this offseason. Murray likely will be part of a committee no matter where he plays in 2018 and probably will be a No. 3 or No. 4 fantasy running back.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 2/15/18 10:28pm ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota became the fifth quarterback in NFL history with at least 9,000 passing yards (9,476) and 900 rushing yards (913) in his first three seasons after his performance during the 2017 campaign.
Huddle Up: While 2017 was far from his best season, it should be noted that the former Heisman Trophy winner played through a mire of injuries, not to mention he was coming back from a fractured fibula at the end of 2016. The good news is he should be 100 percent healthy going into next year, and thus, he'll be a top bounce-back candidate with legit QB1 potential for all formats.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 2/8/18 10:24am ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota and the Tennessee offense will be more aggressive in 2018 if new offensive coordinator Matt LaFleur has his way. LaFleur wants his talented young quarterback to be more comfortable but more aggressive in the Titans' offensive scheme. 'Our communication is going to absolutely critical to all of our success here,' LaFleur said. LaFleur wants Mariota to voice his opinion more as Mariota heads into his fourth NFL campaign.
Huddle Up: Mariota undoubtedly took a step backward in 2017, but a new coordinator and new scheme may give new life to the talented gunslinger. What makes Mariota more appealing from a fantasy perspective is his ability to run. He needs to be a part of the low-end QB1 conversation for 2018.
Delanie Walker - TEPosted 1/28/18 6:35pm ET
Tennessee Titans TE Delanie Walker was named Offensive MVP of the Pro Bowl Sunday, Jan. 28, finishing with four catches for 29 yards and two touchdowns.
Huddle Up: Walker was one of the most productive players at his position in 2017, finishing tied for third in receptions and fourth in receiving yards among tight ends. He'll offer a safe floor as a TE1 in 2018.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 1/17/18 6:24pm ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota led all quarterbacks in passer rating on play action passes during the 2017 regular season, finishing with a 122.8 mark. Washington Redskins QB Kirk Cousins (118.7) and Detroit Lions QB Matthew Stafford (117.4) finished second and third, respectively.
Huddle Up: Mariota regressed in several major statistical categories this season, including throwing for a career-high interceptions and career-low touchdowns, but the former Heisman Trophy winner also still managed to excel with certain parts of his game, lending plenty of hope that he can get back on track. It's a little concerning that he'll be playing for his third coach in four seasons, but Mariota will be one of the top bounce-back candidates going into next year.
DeMarco Murray - RBPosted 1/15/18 9:34pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB DeMarco Murray said he believes he is 'definitely' still a top-end feature back. 'I am very confident in myself and I am excited,' he said. 'I am excited about the future, and my future. I know what kind of player I am.' He added that he 'probably' would have been able to return from injury in the next game had the Titans not lost their Divisional Round playoff affair Saturday, Jan. 13, against the New England Patriots. Murray also mentioned that he envisioned returning to the team next season.
Huddle Up: Murray might be hopeful of a return to Tennessee in 2018 but his contract suggests otherwise, as the Titans would avoid owing him any of the $6.5 million he's set to make next season by cutting him in the coming months. That makes the most sense, as Derrick Henry is fully expected to take over the reins of the backfield. Murray's fantasy stock next year will depend on what backfield situation he lands in.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 1/14/18 8:43am ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota (quadriceps) suffered a quadriceps strain during the first quarter the Divisional Round playoff game against the New England Patriots.
Huddle Up: Mariota will have the entire offseason to recover from the injury and should return to the field at some point during offseason workouts. He was a disappointment for fantasy owners this season and probably should be seen as a No. 2 quarterback next season.
Jonnu Smith - TEPosted 1/14/18 4:20pm ET
Tennessee Titans TE Jonnu Smith (knee) suffered a torn medial collateral ligament in his knee in the AFC Divisional Round playoff loss against the New England Patriots on Saturday, Jan. 13. He is expected to be recovered in six weeks.
Huddle Up: Smith could potentially see a larger role in 2018 depending on if Delanie Walker returns to Nashville. There is no reason to believe Walker won't be back, but if Smith elevates to the top of the depth chart he'd have some fantasy value going into the new season.
Marcus Mariota - QBPosted 1/13/18 8:54pm ET
Tennessee Titans QB Marcus Mariota completed 22 of his 37 passes for 254 yards and two touchdowns and rushed four times for 37 yards in a 35-14 loss to the New England Patriots Saturday, Jan. 13.
Huddle Up: Mariota put together a decent game despite the lopsided nature of the score. Overall, his 2017 season was a disappointment from a fantasy perspective, and he will be an upside QB2 heading into 2018.
Corey Davis - WRPosted 1/13/18 9:11pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Corey Davis caught five passes on eight targets for 63 yards and two touchdowns in a 35-14 loss to the New England Patriots Saturday, Jan. 13.
Huddle Up: His rookie year was marred by injuries, but Davis flashing his upside was the lone bright spot in an otherwise ugly playoff loss. He should be a solid fantasy sleeper for 2018.
Eric Decker - WRPosted 1/13/18 9:07pm ET
Tennessee Titans WR Eric Decker caught six passes on seven targets for 85 yards in a 35-14 loss to the New England Patriots Saturday, Jan. 13.
Huddle Up: It was only the second time all season Decker has topped 80 receiving yards, and he never really clicked with Marcus Mariota. He will be a free agent this offseason, and he will need to land in the right spot to resurrect his fantasy value.
Derrick Henry - RBPosted 1/13/18 9:01pm ET
Tennessee Titans RB Derrick Henry rushed 12 times for 28 yards and caught three passes for 21 yards in a 35-14 loss to the New England Patriots Saturday, Jan. 13.
Huddle Up: New England shut down Henry early, and Tennessee had to abandon the run after falling behind. There is a chance DeMarco Murray doesn't return in 2018, and if that's the case, Henry will have RB1 potential.
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