In search for big passing plays, Titans talking players more than scheme

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Titans need to be a bigger play offense.

Per Inside Edge, Ryan Tannehill has completed passes for 20 or more yards on just 79 of his 1,012 total passing attempts (8) since the 2020 season, the eighth-lowest rank amongst qualified QBs.

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Last season, the Titans threw for 20 or more yards on 35 of 535 attempts last season, fourth-worst in the NFL.

And they open the season Sunday without the one most explosive receiver they had, A.J. Brown who they chose to trade over a contract battle during the draft.

So where do they turn as they search for an increase in X plays, what they call explosive plays?

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