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By: Mike Moraitis
With the Week 11 debacle against the Jacksonville Jaguars mercifully in the books, it’s time to take a look at the Tennessee Titans’ best and worst Pro Football Focus grades, as well as the offensive line, coverage and pass-rush stats from the contest.
Tennessee’s highest-graded player on either side of the ball (minimum 10 snaps) was wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins, who notched a 77.3 on the strength of four catches for 59 yards and a touchdown.
However, if we don’t apply the snap minimum, defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons was the highest-graded player on the team, with Big Jeff earning an offensive (that’s right, offensive) grade of 83.6 after he scored a receiving touchdown.
Simmons played two snaps in total, with the defensive lineman serving as a blocker on his other offensive snap.
On defense, outside linebacker Harold Landry was the highest-graded player with a 77.2. Landry tallied one of the two quarterback hits the Titans mustered up on Sunday.
Now, the rest of the grades and stats from Week 11.
Originally posted on Titans Wire