NASHVILLE, TN - DECEMBER 11: Nate Washington #85 of the Tennessee Titans makes a catch as Jabari Greer #33 of the New Orleans Saints defends during play at LP Field on December 11, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)
Here is the weekly snap report from Mike Clay of Pro Football Focus:
Damian Williams handled 48 of a possible 55 offensive snaps to lead the Titans’ offense in Week 14. Nate Washington racked up nine targets on 41 snaps despite struggling through injuries. Lavelle Hawkins worked 36 plays, 31 of which were passes. Marc Mariani helped out on 12 plays. Chris Johnson’s 51 snaps easily led the backs. Javon Ringer suffered a broken hand and is out for the season after lasting only three plays. Jamie Harper helped out with one snap. Jared Cook rivaled the team-leaders with 29 pass routes, but was asked to block only five times. Craig Stevens worked 25 plays and Daniel Graham saw 10.
So I know this is a weekly theme, but how in the word does Cook run 29 pass routes and only get targeted 1 time? That just seems insane to me. Why are they not looking for ways to get the ball in his hands and see if he can make a play?