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With #1 WR Kenny Britt out for the year, the Titans are going to need some of their younger WRs to step up. Nate Washington is the current #1 WR for the Titans and he has caught 29 passes for 399 yards (13.8 avg) with 1 TD grab so far in 2011. The Titans really need Lavelle Hawkins and Damian Williams to step up this year. Hawkins has caught 14 passes for 133 yards (9.5 avg) so far this year. Williams has caught 10 passes for 99 yards (9.9 avg) with 2 TD grabs so far this year and he has a much higher upside than Hawkins does. Marc Mariani gets most of his work on special teams for the Titans as he has only caught 4 passes for 18 yards (4.5 avg) so far in 2011. The Titans need the WRs to step up to help the offense stay semi-balanced the rest of the year.
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