Welcome back A.J. Brown: Former Ole Miss WR hauls in 1st TD of 2020 to put Titans on the board
It didn’t take long for the Tennessee Titans to get off the blocks against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday night.
After Buffalo quarterback Josh Allen threw his 2nd interception of the season early in the 1st quarter, Former Texas A&M standout Ryan Tannehill hit A.J. Brown with a 16-yard touchdown pass to put the Titans ahead, 7-0, with just over 2 minutes played in the game.
Welcome back AJ Brown! pic.twitter.com/UJHgyhLrU6
— Roto Street Journal (RSJ) (@RotoStJournal) October 13, 2020
It was Brown’s first appearance since Week 1 against the Broncos, a game he left after an apparent knee injury. The former Ole Miss star, in his 2nd NFL season, made 52 catches for 1,051 yards and 8 touchdowns as a rookie in 2019.
And Brown landed in some rare company with his first touchdown catch of 2020.
A.J. Brown is just the 40th player since the merger to have 9 TD receptions in his first 17 career games #Titans
— Jeff Kerr (@JeffKerrCBS) October 13, 2020
The Titans will be hoping for more of the same production from their youngster, and at least thus far on Tuesday night, he is picking right up where he left off after being out of the lineup for the past few weeks.