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A.J. Brown has been working on his conditioning during the off-season and has told reporters that he is 'definitely in a better place in a better place physically'. Brown also told reporters that he missed making plays in the 4th quarters of last season, due to fatigue.
Brown had a very strong rookie season, averaging an explosive 20.2 yards per catch. It is great to see that Brown is identifying weaknesses in his game to work on. Brown will likely come down from his 20.2 yards per catch average, but should increase from his 52 receptions. If Brown does improve his conditioning to run more routes throughout the game, both his targets and receptions should go up, which will give him an even higher ceiling heading into the 2020 season.
A.J. Brown caught 3-of-6 targets for 51 yards in Tennessee's AFC Championship loss to the Chiefs by a 35-24 score.
Brown made a nice 37-yard reception on the second play of the game but the rookie was held to two more catches the rest of the game. Overall Brown caught just five balls in the playoffs but had a great regular season and will be targeted in upcoming 2020 fantasy drafts.
A.J. Brown caught 1-of-3 targets for nine yards in Tennessee's Divisional Round upset over the Ravens and rushed one time for nine yards.
After an outstanding rookie season for the Titans, Brown has struggled in the playoffs. Brown has caught just two passes on four targets for 13 yards over the two wins. Brown does have breakout speed and is due for a big play that could come in the AFC Championship against either the Texans or the Chiefs.
A.J. Brown hauled in his only target for four yards in the team's Wild-Card Round win over the Patriots by a 20-13 score.
Brown was red hot to end the season with 25 catches and five touchdowns over his last six games. But the Titans ran the ball through Derrick Henry all night and did not need to use the speed of Brown. The team will need a big play from the rookie receiver in the second round when the team faces the Ravens.
A.J. Brown caught 4-of-8 targets for 124 yards and a touchdown in Tennessee's Week 17 win over the Texans
Brown picked up his fourth 100-yard receiving effort in his past six games, launching him past 1,000 yards in his rookie season. Brown will have a tough matchup against New England's secondary in their Wild Card game.
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