With Kellen Clemens under center last week, Givens saw five targets and had four catches for 59 yards, his most productive game since Week 2. The preseason sleeper has had only one strong week this season, so it’s unlikely that he suddenly breaks out with a worse quarterback.
The match-up against the Titans defense doesn’t exactly present Givens with much of an opportunity to break out this week anyway. Aside from the fact that Titans give up just 220 yards per game through the air, they also rank first in the league against opposing No. 1 wide receivers, holding them to an average of 39.4 yards per game. Givens may see a few extra looks, but he may not be able to do much with them in the end.
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