Week 15
December 16, 2017
 

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  • Week 1 - Sep 07

    TEN @ KC

  • Week 2 - Sep 14

    DAL @ TEN

  • Week 3 - Sep 21

    TEN @ CIN

  • Week 4 - Sep 28

    TEN @ IND

  • Week 5 - Oct 05

    CLE @ TEN

  • Week 6 - Oct 12

    JAC @ TEN

  • Week 7 - Oct 19

    TEN @ WAS

  • Week 8 - Oct 26

    HOU @ TEN

  • Week 9 - Nov 02

    bye

  • Week 10 - Nov 09

    TEN @ BAL

  • Week 11 - Nov 17

    PIT @ TEN

  • Week 12 - Nov 23

    TEN @ PHI

  • Week 13 - Nov 30

    TEN @ HOU

  • Week 14 - Dec 07

    NYG @ TEN

  • Week 15 - Dec 14

    NYJ @ TEN

  • Week 16 - Dec 18

    TEN @ JAC

  • Week 17 - Dec 28

    IND @ TEN

  • Week 1 - Sep 09

    NE 34 @ TEN 13

  • Week 2 - Sep 16

    TEN 10 @ LAC 38

  • Week 3 - Sep 23

    DET 41 @ TEN 44

  • Week 4 - Sep 30

    TEN 14 @ HOU 38

  • Week 5 - Oct 02

    HOU @ TEN

  • Week 6 - Oct 11

    PIT @ TEN

  • Week 7 - Oct 21

    TEN @ BUF

  • Week 8 - Oct 28

    IND @ TEN

  • Week 9 - Nov 04

    CHI @ TEN

  • Week 10 - Nov 11

    TEN @ MIA

  • Week 11 - Nov 18

    bye

  • Week 12 - Nov 25

    TEN @ JAC

  • Week 1 - Sep 11

    TEN 14 @ JAC 16

  • Week 2 - Sep 18

    BAL 13 @ TEN 26

  • Week 3 - Sep 25

    DEN 14 @ TEN 17

  • Week 4 - Oct 02

    TEN 31 @ CLE 13

  • Week 5 - Oct 09

    TEN 17 @ PIT 38

  • Week 6 - Oct 16

    bye

  • Week 7 - Oct 23

    HOU 41 @ TEN 7

  • Week 8 - Oct 30

    IND 10 @ TEN 27

  • Week 9 - Nov 06

    CIN 24 @ TEN 17

  • Week 10 - Nov 13

    TEN 30 @ CAR 3

  • Week 11 - Nov 20

    TEN 17 @ ATL 23

  • Week 12 - Nov 27

    TB 17 @ TEN 23

  • Week 13 - Dec 04

    TEN 23 @ BUF 17

  • Week 14 - Dec 11

    NO 22 @ TEN 17

  • Week 15 - Dec 18

    TEN 13 @ IND 27

  • Week 16 - Dec 24

    JAC 17 @ TEN 23

  • Week 1 - Sep 12

    OAK 13 @ TEN 38

  • Week 2 - Sep 19

    PIT 19 @ TEN 11

  • Week 3 - Sep 26

    TEN 29 @ NYG 10

  • Week 4 - Oct 03

    DEN 26 @ TEN 20

  • Week 5 - Oct 10

    TEN 34 @ DAL 27

  • Week 6 - Oct 18

    TEN 30 @ JAC 3

  • Week 7 - Oct 24

    PHI 19 @ TEN 37

  • Week 8 - Oct 31

    TEN 25 @ LAC 33

  • Week 9 - Nov 07

    bye

  • Week 10 - Nov 14

    TEN 17 @ MIA 29

  • Week 11 - Nov 21

    WAS 19 @ TEN 16

  • Week 12 - Nov 28

    TEN 0 @ HOU 20

  • Week 13 - Dec 05

    JAC 17 @ TEN 6

  • Week 14 - Dec 09

    IND 30 @ TEN 28

  • Week 15 - Dec 19

    HOU 17 @ TEN 31

  • Week 16 - Dec 26

    TEN 14 @ KC 34

  • Week 17 - Jan 02

    TEN 20 @ IND 23

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com

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Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

JAG Waves His Terrible Towel


Ken Whisenhunt as the Titans head coach removed 'Hunter' from Justin's jersey and replaced it with JAG - Just A Guy. Hunter has now signed with the Pittsburgh Steelers to add WR depth.

Fantasy Goo: Hunter has been one of the NFL's many receivers with untapped potential never to be realized. don't expect many chances for Hunter to realize that potential in a pecking order behind the likes of Brown, Bell, Bryant, Coates, Rogers and Green.


03/15/17, 10:24 AM CDT by The Hartbeat

Source: twitter.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Robert Woods

Los Angeles Rams

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Marquise Goodwin

San Francisco 49ers

Justin Hunter Joins Robert Woods And Marquise Goodwin In The Bills Receiving Corps


The Bills, who placed Sammy Watkins on injured reserve Friday, claimed receiver Justin Hunter off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. As of now the Bills receiving corps is led by Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin.

Fantasy Goo: A second-round pick by the Tennessee Titans in 2013, he was a bust there, and he lasted only three weeks with the Dolphins. Ignore for now. Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin are the Bills' starting receivers.
Marquise Goodwin's world-class speed was used on an 84-yard touchdown bomb in Week 2 against my Jets. He's a one-dimensional threat but will likely get more deep shots now that Watkins is unavailable. Robert Woods is the top wideout in the pecking order and is the Bills receiver to own, especially in PPR.


10/01/16, 01:14 AM CDT by PK Ripper

Source: www.buffalobills.com


Tajae Sharpe

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Dorial Green-Beckham

Philadelphia Eagles

Tajae Sharpe is Turning Heads in OTAs


Head Coach Mike Mularkey is impressed with Sharpe's above average progression as a rookie. Sharpe is coming from a small school and is apparently transitioning well. Mularkey notes that he is not intimidated and is exhibiting discipline in route running. Sharpe is showing enthusiasm and showing the coaches exactly what they want to see. He brought his own football to camp and has been working out with the first team offense.

This early in OTAs, coach speak is usually malarkey. Mularkey mentioned that Hunter lacked confidence and Green-Beckham is not consistent throughout practices. Keep an eye on Sharpe, as he may slip into the later rounds of drafts and could supplant Hunter or Green-Beckham for the #2 position.


06/01/16, 03:55 PM CDT by The Archer

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Titans placed WR Justin Hunter on injured reserve with a fractured ankle, ending his season.


According to interm head coach Mike Murlarkey Justin Hunter season is now over.

Hunter underwent surgery on Monday for a fractured right ankle sustained in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Carolina Panthers. Hunter hurt his ankle while making a block.-Per Sun Herald

This is now the second year in a row that Hunter's season has been cut short. He finished the season with 22 catches for 264 yards and one touchdown.

Hunter was a second round selection for the Titans, and has one more year on his rookie contract.


11/17/15, 02:08 AM CST by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.sunherald.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting for Hunter


What Justin Hunter needs to do is remove the JAG (Just Another Guy) tag, his fellow players gave him. Ken Whisenhunt went on to say: "For him it is about paying attention to the little details, his releases, what he is doing on his routes, his depth. Because that is what is going to allow him to be a top-level player. And if he doesn't do those things, he is what it was on his jersey."

Hunter last season had 18-catch, 354-yard, and four-touchdowns, at this point he is on pace for 36 catches for 552 yards and no scores. It is safe to assume, if he doesn't get things going quickly you can probably release him in all league formats.


10/02/14, 11:31 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Into the teeth


Hunter has not performed that well this year, having only five receptions for 89 yards on 14 targets. The goose-egg in the touchdown column doesn't help matters either.

I would bench him this week against that tough Defense, but Hunter is too talented to keep having bad weeks.


09/21/14, 12:09 AM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.nfl.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunting upstart


For the Titans to get more of an explosion going on in their offense, there must be more of a need to have Jake Locker and Justin Hunter connect on more passes. Hunter isnt going to be a high volume guy, but is needed to stop a defense from crowding the line of scrimmage.

Look for more attempts out of Locker to go deep with Hunter, as this is a vital part of the offense, and a great way to kill a defense.


09/16/14, 01:26 PM CDT by Vaaal-verde

Source: www.tennessean.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter labeled a JAG by Whisenhunt


Justin Hunter is a player who a ton of potential, and head coach Ken Whisenhunt is doing his best to bring the best out of the second year receiver. Hunter only had 18 receptions last season, although he did average 19.7 YPC. In order for the Titans to be a threat this season they will need Justin to be a hunter and not a gatherer. With young players it is important to find the right way to motivate them, and it looks like Whisenhunt's method is working for Hunter.


08/17/14, 02:54 PM CDT by Houdini

Source: www.wptz.com


Justin Hunter

Tennessee Titans

Hunter will be looking for big improvements in second season


Justin Hunter showed nice potential this season, but he failed to make the impact that fellow rookie Keenan Allen made. Hunter should enter next season as the team's second receiver, opposite up and coming Kendall Wright.

The issue for Hunter is going to be the play from the quarterback position. The Titans have not had consistency, nor the development they expected from Jake Locker.

Hunter still has a lot of potential, and could be a player with sleeper potential come fantasy drafts next season.


02/04/14, 05:23 PM CST by Houdini

Source: www.titansonline.com