NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With three games left in an explosive rookie season, A.J. Brown has been the cure for a cursed position for the Titans.

For over 20 years and through 28 draft picks before him, not one draft pick at the spot for the franchise has had the sort of impact he’s having, with a remarkable 20-yards per catch average and six touchdown catches, two more than any drafted rookie for the franchise since 1997, and with three regular-season games still to go.BrownAtBatCelebrate

He’s already got the most yards, 779, for any drafted receiver for the franchise since 1997.

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