Rishard Matthews remains Titans' number-one receiver for Round 2 of the postseason
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Rishard Matthews remains listed atop the wide receiver depth chart heading into Saturday's Divisional Round showdown with the New England Patriots.
Matthews saw just 2 targets against the Kansas City Chiefs last Saturday while rookie wideout Corey Davis led the receiving corp with 7. Matthews has been trending down recently seeing only 8 looks with 4 catches for 70 yards in his last 3 games played, despite starting each game.
Our models project Matthews for 2.5 catches for 42.2 yards and 6.9 FanDuel points versus the Pats on Saturday.
- Rob Gronkowski announces he will return to Patriots for 2018 season April 24th, 2018
- Tom Brady's agent says the Pats' quarterback will be back in 2018 April 23rd, 2018
- Willie Snead signs with Ravens after Saints decline to match offer sheet April 23rd, 2018
- Elway: Broncos open to trading fifth overall pick April 19th, 2018
- Report: Giants releasing Brandon Marshall April 19th, 2018
- Dolphins expected to exercise DeVante Parker's fifth-year option April 19th, 2018
- Colts release defensive tackle Johnathan Hankins March 17th, 2018
- DaQuan Jones sticking with Titans, signs 3-year, $21 million contract March 14th, 2018
- Titans signing Dion Lewis to four-year deal March 14th, 2018
- Malcolm Butler reportedly agrees to deal with Titans March 13th, 2018
- Titans release Da'Norris Searcy March 9th, 2018
- Titans release running back DeMarco Murray March 8th, 2018