Impact The good news for Bryant is that he snapped a two-game run without a target, but his fumble on the first play of the second half led to a go-ahead touchdown. The entire tight end group has experienced a drop in targets, coinciding with the return of running back Nick Chubb three weeks ago. Cleveland has a 62/38 percent run/pass split over the last three games, which has resulted in just 13 tight end targets during that span, and nine of those targets belong to starter Austin Hooper. That run/pass mix will likely continue in Week 13 against Tennessee, but the Titans present a favorable matchup for Bryant, ranking 26th in the NFL with seven touchdowns allowed to opposing tight ends.
NOVEMBER 30, 2020 • ROTOWIRE