Here is the third part of our series ranking the units in the AFC South, following up the quarterbacks and running backs we continue today with receivers and tight ends:
There are some talented players here. At receiver, Dorial Green-Beckham was on his way to being a star and potential top 10 pick following a spectacular sophomore season at the University of Missouri before he was kicked off the team for disciplinary issues. He was picked in the second round of the 2015 draft and if he realizes his potential could be a huge weapon.
He has great size at 6-5 and great hands and speed. He can be a number one receiver in this league if he wants to be. Right now the Titans #1 receiver is Kendall Wright, who had a 94 catch season in 2013 but has not been able to match that mark since.
Harry Douglas came over from Atlanta after spending six years as a Falcon. His impact in Tennessee was not as significant as some might have hoped, as he had to be used as more than just a slot receiver, which is his ideal role.
At tight end Delanie Walker is one of the most underrated players in the league. He consistently makes plays and is currently the team’s top target. He caught 94 passes for 1,088 yards in 2015.
With young talent here, the Titans certainly have the chance to move up in 2016.