|Date of Birth||6/24/1993|
|Height, Weight||5'11", 195 lbs|
Humphries brought in six of nine targets for 93 yards in the Titans' 20-7 loss to the Jaguars on Thursday.
It took a couple of weeks, but Humphries finally reignited some of his preseason chemistry with Marcus Mariota in Thursday's defeat. The savvy possession receiver tied Delanie Walker for the team lead in targets, and his number of looks Thursday were easily a season high. Humphries notched half of his grabs on the final drive of the night for Tennessee, however, so the next step fantasy managers would undoubtedly like to see him take would be more consistency throughout all four quarters. He'll look to accomplish that in a potentially favorable road matchup against the Falcons in Week 4 a week from Sunday.
Humphries caught both of his targets but gained negative one yards in the team's Week 2 contest against the Colts. He also rushed the ball once for one yard.
Humphries got only two short targets in the team's second contest, one ending in no gain and the other in a one-yard loss. While he managed to earn 105 targets with Tampa Bay last season, he's failed to gain nearly as much traction with his new team, accruing just three targets in two games. He'll look to make more of an impact in Week 3 as the Titans take on Jacksonville.
Humphries hauled in his lone target for five yards in the team's Week 1 contest against the Browns.
Humphries was expected to fill a volume role out of the slot upon signing with the Titans, but was quiet in his first regular-season game with the team. Particularly, he was overshadowed by rookie receiver A.J. Brown as well as veteran Delanie Walker. While his projected role on the team may need to be reconsidered, it should also increase when the team is forced to throw the ball in more competitive contests. His targets will remain worth monitoring in Week 2 against the Colts.