CLEVELAND, OH - OCTOBER 2: Wide receiver Damian Williams #17 of the Tennessee Titans catches a touchdown pass over cornerback Sheldon Brown #24 of the Cleveland Browns during the second quarter at Cleveland Browns Stadium on October 2, 2011 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images)
Finally, we can discuss how the Titans attempted to fill Kenny Britt’s shoes. Nate Washington and Damian Williams were the clear top two options at wideout. Each of them handled 45 snaps, 20 of which were pass routes. Lavelle Hawkins chipped in with 20 snaps as the No. 3 wideout. Marc Mariani (five snaps) and Donnie Avery (one) were barely involved. Daniel Graham played a season-high 24 snaps, but ran only two pass routes, as the team spent plenty of time running the ball to kill the clock. Jared Cook was in on a season-low 22 plays, but ran 17 pass routes. Chris Johnson handled 40 snaps and has played between 40 and 42 snaps in three of the team’s first four games. Javon Ringer was in on 14 snaps and Jamie Harper handled only one. It’s worth noting that the Titans ran only 50 offensive plays in this game, which is very low and depresses the snap numbers a bit.
The high number of snaps for Daniel Graham can be explained by the injury to Craig Stevens.
I didn't realize Avery got a snap. I still say we won't see anything from him until after the bye.