No one player is going to fill the void left by Kenny Britt's knee injury.
However, second-year receiver Damian Williams is beginning to take advantage of the opportunity that has been created by Britt's misfortune.
Williams ascended into the Titans' starting lineup when Britt went down, and he started slowly, even finding his way at least to the outskirts of offensive coordinator Chris Palmer's doghouse. Palmer told Williams in a heart-to-heart chat after a loss in Pittsburgh back in October that he expected more from the receiver in terms of production.
"His biggest point to me was that he sees more in me than I do," Williams said. "Whether that's true or not, I don't know. That just lets me know that he expects a whole lot of me, and he probably expects as much from me as I expect from myself. After we had our conversation after the Pittsburgh game, we started to get on the same page, and I know what he expects from me. I just go out and ...