NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Treylon Burks gave the Titans an explosive dynamic they’ve lacked in their Thursday night win at Green Bay, one they’ll need more of to be a more well-rounded offense and a better contender in the playoffs.

It makes perfect sense that they’d move forward intending to feature him more.

Treylon Burks

But it’s made perfect sense in the past for the Titans to feature offensive players more coming off games where they showed they could make a bigger contribution.

And because of a different matchup, a player regression or the staff’s stubbornness with regard to not going into a game set on getting the ball to a particular guy, we’ve seen it not happen.

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