A.J. Brown Injury Update Solidified Fantasy Outlook for Tuesday Night

Jason Schandl
A.J. Brown's injury update boosts his fantasy football outlook ahead of his Week 6 return against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday.
A.J. Brown's injury update boosts his fantasy football outlook ahead of his Week 6 return against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday. / Tim Warner/Getty Images
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The fantasy football world moves quickly, so it can be easy to forget about A.J. Brown. He got injured in Week 1, and the Tennessee Titans haven't been in the news for anything except their COVID-19 tests for a while.

Brown was a breakout star last year, however, and that means his return to the field against the Buffalo Bills on Tuesday night gives him a great fantasy outlook.

A.J. Brown Fantasy Football Outlook

Brown's Week 1 production was disappointing, gaining 39 yards on 5 receptions, but that shouldn't have fantasy managers worried. That was a low-scoring affair against the Denver Broncos, and Brown was still tied for a team-high with 8 targets.

He averaged 100.8 yards and 0.8 touchdowns per game over his final six contests in 2019 despite topping 8 targets only once (averaging 6.5 per game) in that stretch, so that Week 1 volume isn't anything to worry about.

Whatever fantasy managers decided to do with Brown this week is probably what they're stuck doing now, since every other team has played and most of your lineup will be locked, but his return to the field is great news moving forward.


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