By Pat Fitzmaurice (FantasyPros), Fri, Sep 17th 2021, 8:14am EDT
There's no other way to put it: Julio's Titans debut was a dud. He saw six targets and had nine catches for 29. Titans No. 3 receiver Chester Rodgers had the same number of targets and finished with 62 yards. Jones also aggravated his new head coach, Mike Vrabel, by drawing a 15-yard penalty for shoving a Cardinals player at the end of a first-quarter Derrick Henry run. That turned a 3rd-and-1 into a 3rd-and-16 that Tennessee failed to convert. "That's absolutely nothing we coach or teach. So that would fall under the category of doing dumb s--t that hurts the team," Vrabel told ESPN after the game. Jones is expected to face Seattle CB Trey Flowers on a majority of snaps Sunday. It's a matchup Jones is capable of winning, though Flowers is no pushover.