The Tennessee Titans are dealing with injuries to more than one wide receiver as their Sunday matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC title game approaches. Tennessee entered the postseason fighting an injury bug, but it’s hoping to get Adam Humphries back for the first time since Week 13.
Humphries has been dealing with a lingering ankle injury and has been limited in practice this week. He might not be a WR1, but he could bring a Tennessee team with few options outside more depth. He finished the regular season with 37 receptions for 374 yards and two scores.
Fantasy football analysis: Titans WR Adam Humphries
Khalif Raymond leads all Titans in receiving yards (45) in the postseason and is trailed by running back Derrick Henry (29) and tight end Anthony Firkser (23). Tannehill has only tallied 160 passing yards through two playoff appearances, but part of that might be because of the skeleton crew he calls a receiving corps. Cody Hollister was a full participant in practice when this week started but was downgraded to questionable because of an ankle injury. If Humphries does play, he would likely be a WR3 behind A.J. Brown and Corey Davis. You shouldn’t be too high on him.