“Just Got to Believe in Our Identity”- Tennessee Titans’ AJ Brown Outlines Playoff Hopes in 2020

Published 11/23/2020, 11:45 AM EST


Lamar Jackson and his Baltimore Ravens outfit were dealt a massive blow on Sunday as they suffered their third defeat of the season at the hands of Tennessee Titans. Ryan Tannehill, Derrick Henry, and AJ Brown led the AFC South franchise to a memorable 24-30 OT win in Week 11.

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The Titans started the game as underdogs but put up a strong fight against the reigning NFL MVP and his teammates. Eventually, Head Coach Mike Vrabel had the last laugh on Sunday.

Here’s what 2nd-year Titans WR AJ Brown said in the post-game press conference.

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Brown was one of the standout performers for the Titans in Week 11 along with star running back, Derrick Henry. Here’s what the former Ole Miss player said to the press in yesterday’s post-game press meet.

“I think whenever you get a win it gives you confidence, you know, and then we lose you, you kind of try to figure some things out, I think we know our identity.

“You know, we just got to believe in our identity and go out there and make plays, and just do what we do. Um, definitely, this was a big, big game, big opponent, a great team over there. As you see, over time, it was a big boy fight.

“You know, this is NFL you’re not just gonna go out there and just roll over everybody. Um, you just got to show up each and every week…

“We will try to get into the record stuff…you got to come to play every week,” Brown said with a huge smile on his face.

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The 23-year-old wide receiver registered 62 receiving yards on 4 receptions with 1 touchdown to his name. Fellow wideout Corey Davis also impressed with 113 receiving yards on 5 receptions.

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Sunday’s win ensured that the Titans remain hot on the heels of divisional rivals, Indianapolis Colts, who are also on a 7-3 record heading into Week 12. Both these teams will battle it out for the AFC South bragging rights next weekend.

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