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Nate Washington, Kendall Wright, Damian Williams, Kenny Britt, Justin Hunter
Kendall Wright has taken over as the focal point of the Titans offense with his ability to consistently break free on short routes and his ability to catch nearly any ball thrown in his general direction.
He is regularly pulling down five-plus receptions a game, and he finished with nine for 98 yards against San Francisco. His emergence as a go-to receiver has made the team's decision of deemphasizing Kenny Britt that much easier.
Britt was targeted twice in the game, making one catch for eight yards. However, his presence wasn't felt until things got snippy between him and a couple of 49ers defenders on back-to-back plays. He was eventually penalized on one and was taken out of the game.
It's very possible this is the last we see of Britt as a Titan. Nate Washington was targeted 10 times but only made three catches for 62 yards. He seems to be struggling to beat defenders on the deep ball and will need to find a way to get himself more involved in the offense during the bye.
The Titans offense seemed bogged done for much of the day, due to play-calling. After Locker's interception, offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains seemed to shy away from spreading the field and throwing more deep passes, as the team eventually did in the fourth quarter.
Tennessee would be wise to insert more deep routes into the play-calling and getting Justin Hunter more involved in the offense. Hunter has shown an ability to make catches in traffic and over the top of opposing defenders.