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Titans vs. Panthers Skill Players Snap Report

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Here is Mike Clay's breakdown of the snaps played by the Titans offensive skill players:

Damian Williams led the Tennessee wide receivers in snaps for the third week in a row, this time with 49 of a possible 63. Nate Washington was in on 44 plays and Lavelle Hawkins handled 24. Marc Mariani run blocked on all nine of his snaps and Donnie Avery was on the field for five plays. Craig Stevens racked up 43 snaps, pacing the tight ends for the second week in a row. Jared Cook ran a pass route on 21 of his 24 snaps. Daniel Graham saw the field for 18 plays. Chris Johnson’s 43 snaps led the backfield. Javon Ringer chipped in on 20 plays.

So the Donnie Avery dream is over. It was fun while it lasted.

That is a lot of pass routes for Jared Cook to only be targeted three times. I just can't figure out what the problem is there.