Cameron Batson caught 1-of-4 targets for two yards and a touchdown on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Jets in overtime by a 27-24 score in Week 4 action.
Batson did not do much on Sunday but made his only catch count his second career touchdown catch. The 25-year-old wide receiver now has two catches on the season and does not see enough action to be rostered in fantasy leagues.
Cam Batson caught his only target for six yards in a playoff matchup on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Ravens by a 20-13 score.
Batson started the year on special teams and when he was promoted he spent most of the time on special teams. Look for the 25-year-old receiver to stay in the same role in 2021.
Cam Batson caught his only target for 12 yards on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Packers by a 40-14 score in Week 16 action.
Batson has 12 catches for 100 yards and a touchdown over 11 games this season. The 25-year-old receiver remains buried on the Titans' depth chart and can be left on the waiver wire.
Cam Batson failed to catch his only target on Sunday as the Titans defeated the Lions by a 46-25 score in Week 15 action.
Batson had three catches including a touchdown in Week 13 but has done little else the rest of the season and has 11 receptions total. Unless the 25-year-old receiver can pick up a bigger role in the offense he can be left on the waiver wire by fantasy owners.
Cam Batson caught all three of his targets for 14 yards and a touchdown while also rushing one time no yardage on Sunday as the Titans lost to the Browns by a 41-35 score in Week 13 action.
Batson scored his first career touchdown and had a season-high in catches. The 24-year-old receiver got a chance to be involved in the passing game with the Titans playing catch up and throwing the ball often. Batson is too low on the depth chart to be worth picking up in anything but deeper fantasy formats.