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NASHVILLE, Tenn. — The Tennessee Titans want to unleash a rugged offense that wears teams down over the course of games. Wide receivers Corey Davis and A.J. Brown have played a major part in bringing physicality to the passing game and helping out with the rushing attack.
Most of the attention rightfully goes to Derrick Henry since he’s the NFL’s leading rusher. The Titans have the league’s second-best rushing attack, averaging 160.1 yards per game. When Henry breaks off a long run, chances are you will see either Davis or Brown helping spring him with their downfield blocking.
“When you have receivers that just want to block and be unselfish … I appreciate those guys,” Henry said. “They work hard and are attentive to what they need to do for us to have a successful running play.”
Titans receivers A.J. Brown and Corey Davis are both projected to finish near 1,000 receiving yards. Christopher Hanewinckel/USA TODAY Sports
Titans coach Mike Vrabel pointed to how Davis and Brown are willing to “finish longer than