A.J. Brown

A.J. Brown Fantasy

Healthy
8 7th
TDs
2019
1051 21st
2019
2.0 5th
2019
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Height / Weight
6'0" / 226 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
June 30, 1997 (23)
Experience
2nd Season
Drafted
2019 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 51 (TEN)
College
Mississippi

Season Logs

Game Logs

A.J. Brown News

A.J. Brown Wins With Size And Strength

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown had an excellent rookie season and beat defenders with his combination of size and strength. Quarterbacks Ryan Tannehill and Marcus Mariota had a combined passer rating of 127.6 when targeting Brown in 2019. Brown faced pressure at the line of scrimmage 38.3 percent of the time but still had 52 catches for over 1,000 yards receiving. Cornerbacks blanketed the young wideout on 33.3 percent of all of his targets, and he was open on just 25 percent of his targets. Brown finished strong to help fantasy owners get to the promised land, but don't overvalue him as a WR1 because of his strong first season. The soon-to-be 23-year-old should be a force in this league for years to come, but he had just 84 targets and remains in a run-first offense.

Jun. 1st • 11:38 PM
A.J. Brown Thinks Sky Is The Limit In 2020

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown had a fantastic rookie season, but he's not satisfied and is looking to improve in his second season in the NFL. "I think the sky is the limit for me to be honest," Brown said. "I am great learner, and I am going to keep learning each and every day." The second-year wideout also wants to be more of a leader going into his sophomore campaign. Brown finished third in NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year voting in 2019, behind Kyler Murray and Josh Jacobs. He led all rookies with 1,051 receiving yards and also had eight touchdowns among his 52 catches. Brown was the first rookie since Randy Moss in 1998 to have a minimum of 50 catches, 1,000 receiving yards and five touchdowns while averaging 17-plus yards per catch. He led the NFL with 605 receiving yards in the final six games of the regular season. You get the picture. Brown is an emerging star as the team's No. 1 wideout, but he still resides in a run-first offense, perhaps capping his fantasy upside as a WR2.

May. 21st • 12:36 PM
A.J. Brown Is A Tournament-Only Option

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown had a superb regular season, one that may result in a Rookie of the Year nod. However, he has caught just two of four targets for a mere 13 scoreless yards in the Titans' two playoff games as running back Derrick Henry has siphoned all of the fantasy juice for this offense during their stunning playoff run. Brown will likely fall victim to the gameplan once again, as the Chiefs Defense is ranked sixth in pass DVOA and allow the third-least fantasy points to receivers while ranking 29th in rush DVOA. The Titans are 7.5-point underdogs, so the volume has a chance to come up a bit if they're trailing and Brown would be the preferred target in that scenario. He's not a cash game option in DFS, but there's definitely merit to chasing his upside for tournaments.

Jan. 19th • 12:38 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Ryan Tannehill
Cole McDonald
RB Derrick Henry
Darrynton Evans
LWR A.J. Brown
Kalif Raymond
RWR Corey Davis
Cameron Batson
SWR Adam Humphries
Cody Hollister
TE Jonnu Smith
Anthony Firkser
LT Taylor Lewan
David Quessenberry
LG Rodger Saffold III
Daniel Munyer
C Ben Jones
Jamil Douglas
RG Nate Davis
Avery Gennesy
RT Dennis Kelly
Isaiah Wilson
LDE Jeffery Simmons
Matt Dickerson
NT DaQuan Jones
Larrell Murchison
DT Jack Crawford
Jordan Williams
LOLB Harold Landry III
D'Andre Walker
LILB Rashaan Evans
David Long
RILB Jayon Brown
Nick Dzubnar
ROLB Vic Beasley Jr.
Reggie Gilbert
LCB Adoree' Jackson
Johnathan Joseph
SS Kenny Vaccaro
Dane Cruikshank
FS Kevin Byard
Amani Hooker
RCB Malcolm Butler
Kristian Fulton
K Greg Joseph