2. One of Cleveland’s young receivers becomes the team’s first player with over 100-yards receiving in one game.
Just writing this was a shock. Not a single Browns receiver has had over 100-yards receiving in any game this year. Wide receiver Rashard Higgins (95 yards) and running back Duke Johnson (81 yards) have gotten close, though.
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However, this week poses a solid opportunity for the young receivers. As previously mentioned, the Titans rank in the bottom-half of the NFL in receiving yards allowed per game. Outside of Logan Ryan, the corners on the roster are still relatively inexperienced. Adorree’ Jackson is a rookie, while LeShaun Sims is in just his second year.
Obviously, the Browns receiving corp is extremely green. However, this is the first time they will play against a secondary that is also very young. Bryce Treggs has the ability to take the top off the defense. Kasen Williams looked much better last week as Hogan’s preferred target. Even Kenny Britt, who is playing in a “revenge game,” could see some targets this week.
With Kizer coming back into the lineup, he should provide a spark for the offense. This spark could just be enough to get the team its first 100-yard receiver of the season against a leaky Titans defense.