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|The Titans drafted Brown in the second round of the 2019 NFL draft to pair with former first-round pick Corey Davis. To many, Brown was the better of the two star wide receivers at Ole' Miss over the past few seasons, despite the fact that D.K. Metcalf earned far more coverage by the media. As a junior, Brown caught 85 passes for 1320 yards and six touchdowns for the Rebels, the second time in consecutive seasons in which Brown topped 1200 receiving yards. As a rookie with the Titans, Brown's fantasy value may be limited as he projects to be the No.3 or No.4 option on a team that wants to use a run-heavy approach.
|More opportunities for Taywan Taylor?|
Titans receivers coach talks Taylor
By: Mike Krueger | Wed Jul 3, 9:00 am
|When the subject turned to Taywan Taylor, Moore talked about chances when asked what the third-year receiver needs to do to improve.
“I think Tay has done a solid job for us,” Moore said. “Honestly, I just think we need to give him more opportunities. Give him more opportunities to showcase what he can do and I think he’ll take advantage of his opportunities.” (Titansonline)|
FFToday's Take: Taylor wasn't fantasy relevant last season posting a 37-466-1 line and while it's nice that receivers coach Rob Moore wants to get him more opportunities, it's highly unlikely Taylor can become a reliable fantasy asset on a team that routinely finishes near the bottom of the league in pass attempts. With Adam Humphries and rookie A.J. Brown added to the mix, Taylor would do well to be a WR5 for fantasy purposes.