A massive hole was left for the Tennessee Titans offensive output in the first quarter of the season.
Delanie Walker is an irreplaceable talent for many reasons and Rishard Matthews replacements were on the roster, but still aren’t where the team needs them to be.
Matthews played in 33 regular season games as a Titans receiver. He accumulated 1,751 yards and scored 13 touchdowns. That equates to an average of around 53 yards per game.
Walker has played in double the amount of games and is highly productive. He has amassed 4,208 yards, 26 touchdowns, averaged a little over 62 yards per game and was Marcus Mariota’s most dependable set of hands.
Outside of Corey Davis’ breakout game against the Philadelphia Eagles, this Titans team hasn’t come close to replacing the production of Matthews or Walker.


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