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Okay, so AJ Brown is just freaking sick....

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Our top three receivers all have different skill sets that seem to complement each other really well: a big athletic long striding number one, a slightly shorter but more muscular guy who's good for yac but still has enough short space quickness to get open, and a small slot guy with great short space quickness.

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Just now, No1TitansFan said:

Our top three receivers all have different skill sets that seem to complement each other really well: a big athletic long striding number one, a slightly shorter but more muscular guy who's good for yac but still has enough short space quickness to get open, and a small slot gut with great short space quickness.

 

If AJ Brown really is as good as I think he is, I'm very excited about our receiving corps. Davis, Brown, Humphries, Walker back. Went from bad to pretty good in just a year. 

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Just now, ap24786 said:

 

If AJ Brown really is as good as I think he is, I'm very excited about our receiving corps. Davis, Brown, Humphries, Walker back. Went from bad to pretty good in just a year. 

Pretty good?  That's a stellar unit.

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2 minutes ago, abc2330 said:

Pretty good?  That's a stellar unit.

Brown is still a rookie though and he's your 2. And CD is very good but I wouldn't say he's some top 10 WR right now. And as much as I love Delanie he's coming off a bad injury and he's 35, so he's going to be managed in terms of snaps. Don't get me wrong, it's still a good unit. But I wouldn't say we're the Chiefs, Eagles, or Texans in terms of receiving corps. 

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8 minutes ago, ap24786 said:

Brown is still a rookie though and he's your 2. And CD is very good but I wouldn't say he's some top 10 WR right now. And as much as I love Delanie he's coming off a bad injury and he's 35, so he's going to be managed in terms of snaps. Don't get me wrong, it's still a good unit. But I wouldn't say we're the Chiefs, Eagles, or Texans in terms of receiving corps. 

With Mahomes, Watson, or Wentz throwing the ball to our receivers, I'm sure that you'd feel differently.  We know that they are all good.  We just don't know how good.

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He has a really natural confidence about him. An authentic energy. There’s always been something off about the personalities and confidence in past Titans WR draft picks (including Corey Davis imo). Every time I see video of Brown he exudes a different energy from those guys. 

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On 9/12/2019 at 2:01 PM, Justafan said:

It's actually not a good comparison unless you really stretch it but okay.  You do you.  

Mason caught half his stuff on his knees so he could get down and not take hits. Also an easier target for McNair. DBs don't cover well down low. I fail to see any comparison. Reminds me much more of Britt.

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I think lots of people have forgotten that AJ was the "other guy" in the DK Metcalf pic:

 

AJB.jpg

 

 

AJB is a grown ass man and plays like it...

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