Titans WR A.J. Brown turns on the jets, pulls away for 76-yard TD catch
The Tennessee Titans found themselves trailing the Pittsburgh Steelers by a wide margin heading into the 2nd half of the 2 teams’ matchup in Nashville. If they’re to complete the comeback in this battle of unbeatens, A.J. Brown will have a great deal to say about it.
After a fake handoff to his running back, Ryan Tannehill fired a pass over the middle to Brown near the first down marker, with the former Ole Miss star doing the rest and pulling away to head into the end zone for a 76-yard score.
The touchdown and extra point drew the Titans to within 27-14.
AJ Brown is a monster
— Jordan Dajani (@JordanDajani) October 25, 2020
After missing several games due to a knee injury, Brown has once again taken his place in the Titans’ receiving corps, recording his first touchdown catch of the season against the Bills on Oct. 13 and adding 2 more against the Texans 5 days later.
He enjoyed a fantastic rookie season as he made 84 catches for 1,054 yards and 8 touchdowns, leading the team in both categories. Tennessee hopes he can remain healthy throughout the rest of the season to deliver moments like the one on Sunday.