Jared Cook, who is being used as a hybrid receiver — sometimes at tight end, sometimes in the slot, sometimes as a wideout — had two catches for 37 yards, including a 33-yard, twisting grab against Reed.
Cook, Kenny Britt and Nate Washington all had receptions of 30-plus yards. Cook believes multiple options in the vertical passing game will help loosen up opposing defenses.
This is a good sign for Cook owners who were hoping for more at this point. The Titans see him as a guy they want to get the ball to, and although it's been a slow start, Cook should keep getting better and better and could be a guy to at least stash away or keep in mind if you get in TE trouble. The problem is, there seems to be a lot of TE talent at there at what is often an inconsistent position.