Titans' Taywan Taylor: Should see more snaps
Vrabel specifically mentioned Taylor's speed as a threat to opposing defenses and the need to get him more involved in the offense as a result. Taylor played just nine snaps Week 1 against Miami and failed to connect with Marcus Mariota on an end-zone target. However, with Delanie Walker (ankle) likely out for the season, another pass catcher will need to step up in the Titans offense, and Taylor could emerge with a larger role.
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