NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- A.J. Brown has been targeted 4.2 times per game -- the second-lowest average of 69 qualified NFL receivers. Corey Davis has averaged 40.8 receiving yards per game -- the second-lowest of 50 qualified NFL receivers.

But things are getting better since Ryan Tannehill took over, even if the Chargers win affected things a lot more heavily than the victory over the Buccaneers.

With the Titans at 4-4, Tannehill has started a quarter of their games.AJBrownChargers

In that quarter, Brown has seen 33 percent of his targets and Davis 33 percent.

In that quarter, Brown has made 36 percent of his catches and Davis 33 percent.

It’s still, unfortunately, very much a developing passing offense, but as those numbers are higher than the 25 percent Tannehill has been starting, they are good.

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