Douglas was not targeted in Sunday's season finale against the Texans. Douglas finishes the season with just 15 catches for 210 yards. The 32-year-old wide receiver is signed for one more year in Tennessee, but the Titans will likely part ways with him this offseason.
Douglas caught five of six targets for 48 yards in Saturday's 38-17 loss to Jacksonville. Douglas tied Tajae Sharpe for the team lead in receiving yards while leading the way in receptions. He had four catches for 34 yards after backup quarterback Matt Cassel replaced injured starter Marcus Mariota (fibula), demonstrating a strong rapport with the veteran. Douglas' chemistry with Cassel raises the receiver's appeal for next week with Mariota done for the season.
Douglas caught one of two passes for 10 yards Sunday against Denver. Douglas was the second-most productive Titans wide receiver in a game that saw Tennessee run the ball 42 times while completing only six passes. They'll likely get back to a more balanced approach moving forward, but the veteran likely won't benefit much given his limited role.
Douglas caught both of his targets for 60 yards Sunday in Chicago. This was a season high in yardage for Douglas, who still hasn't caught more than two balls in a game this year. The 32-year-old veteran is yet to score a touchdown, and seems unlikely to do so while slotting in behind Rishard Matthews, Tajae Sharpe and Kendall Wright on the wide receiver depth chart.
Douglas secured one of three targets for three yards Sunday in Indianapolis. Douglas played just 12 snaps as the clear No. 4 wide receiver. Second-year quarterback Marcus Mariota is starting to make his receivers better, but Douglas doesn't see the field enough to benefit from Mariota's growth under center.
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|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|3 Year Avg||93||57||678||2||32||11.89||79|