NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- His name didn’t make the stat sheet on opening day, which was a testament to Oakland’s interior offensive line, but also a shock.

Jurrell Casey is a major disruptor, the Titans best defensive player. A game without so much as a tackle qualified as a huge surprise and the expectation was an immediate bounce back.CaseyChaseSEA 1

He’s been better in the three games since, and he warrants a lot of attention.

But through a quarter of the season, his statistical production is minimal: Nine tackles, none for a loss, no sacks.

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