Matthews hauled in one of his two targets for three yards Week 3 against Jacksonville.
Jacksonville presented a tough matchup for the Titans' passing attack, so this was unlikely to be the week that Matthews broke out. However, both Corey Davis and Taywan Taylor commanded more targets, leaving Matthews' role ambiguous for the coming weeks. Through three weeks, he has only three catches on six targets for 11 yards. Yesterday 11:29 pm (EST)
- Matthews hauled in two of his four targets for a total of eight yards in the Week 2 victory over Houston.
- Coach Mike Vrabel suggested that Matthews is likely to see his role expand, Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com reports. "So Rishard would be in that category of practicing better and playing better and knowing what to do, he would probably be out there a ton," Vrabel said. "And so he was out there, and I am sure we're all looking forward to getting him out there more."
- Matthews was not targeted in Week 1 against Miami. All Rishard Matthews News
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