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What to do with Corey Davis, A.J. Brown in Week 14 fantasy football

Ryan Tannehill is on a roll, but his receivers have been inconsistent. We break down the Week 14 fantasy football start/sit considerations.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver A.J. Brown rushes for a touchdown against the Jacksonville Jaguars during the second half at Nissan Stadium. Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

The Tennessee Titans get a juicy Week 14 matchup when they face a shaky Oakland Raiders defense. The Raiders rank 28th against the pass and 26th against the run in overall defensive efficiency. They’re coming off back-to-back losses in which they’ve given up a combined 74 points.

Enter Ryan Tannehill and a surging Titans offense. They’ve averaged 36 points per game over the past three weeks, and it’s been a combination of successes. Derrick Henry is on fire, and Ryan Tannehill has finally found life outside of Miami.

Henry is a must start in fantasy football and Tannehill is turning into worth a regular start. The question for Week 14 is what to do with Tannehill’s receivers. Corey Davis has shown some life at times, but has still struggled to break out like people have hoped. During this impressive three-game run by the Titans offense, he has a total of seven receptions for 100 yards and no touchdowns.

Meanwhile, A.J. Brown had one big game of four receptions for 135 yards and a touchdown, and struggled in the other two games to the tune of four receptions for 62 yards. This week, he injured his calf during practice and was listed as limited on the Thursday report. He practiced in full on Friday and was not included on the final injury report.

Fantasy football analysis: Titans WRs Corey Davis, A.J. Brown

Ryan Tannehill is a strong start this week, but it’s tough deciding between his pass catchers. Brown has more upside at this point, while Davis appears to have the slightly safer floor. Both are worth considering in a flex spot, but given their inconsistency, you might be best suited elsewhere.