• Jonnu Smith

  • TE
  • , Tennessee Titans
  • 25
  • 248 lbs
  • 6' 3"
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Draft note
by John Paulsen
In 2018, Smith didn’t do much as a second-year player after Delanie Walker went down in Week 1, but finished pretty strong, posting 2-33-1, 3-45-1, 6-44 and 2-63-1 in a four-game stretch from Week 9 to Week 12. Last year, Walker went down in Week 7, and that’s when Smith’s playing time spiked. He gained 60+ yards and/or scored a touchdown in five of his last 10 games, and posted the No. 8 yards per route run among tight ends, per PFF. From Week 7 on, he basically played at a low-end TE1 pace. He’s a fantastic athlete and the Titans are desperate for a productive No. 2 option to complement A.J. Brown, so an 80- to 90-target role is a real possibility for Smith. He just needs targets.

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Scouting report

by Scot Berggren

TEN TE Jonnu Smith - 2020 Fantasy Football Outlook

Fantasy Upside
After two relatively quiet pro seasons, Jonnu Smith received more action in ’19 thanks to an injury to Delanie Walker. He made the most of his playing time, snagging 35 passes for 439 yards and three TDs. Last year’s stats nearly doubled what Smith had produced over his first two in the NFL. He caught 35 of his 44 targets (80%) and on five occasions recorded at least 50 yards. Smith had an impressive three-game stretch from Weeks 14-16, registering 11 receptions, 209 total yards and two scores.

Fantasy Downside
With Derrick Henry, the Titans are a grind-it-out, control the clock team, which will limit Smith’s opportunities. He caught more than three passes in a game only three times and was held to one or zero grabs on six occasions.

Bottom Line
Smith and Walker combined for 56 receptions last season, so the TE position is an important part of the Tennessee offense. When the regular season begins Smith is a fantasy TE2, but if the Titans find themselves behind in games and Ryan Tannehill is forced to throw more than expected, his numbers can creep into the low TE1 category. Outside of A.J. Brown, none of the other Tennessee pass catchers have been too impressive, so Smith could become Tannehill’s No. 2 option for targets.

2020 Strength of Schedule - TEN

W1W2W3W4W5W6W7W8W9W10W11W12W13W14W15W16W17
12
@DEN
11
JAX
1
@MIN
14
PIT
6
BUF
19
HOU
BYE18
@CIN
10
CHI
13
IND
2
@BAL
13
@IND
30
CLE
11
@JAX
21
DET
22
@GB
19
@HOU

Schedule difficulty based on schedule-adjusted, positional defensive ranking. Top DEF = 1, bottom DEF = 32.

2019 Game Stats

WeekOppRecRecYdsRecTDTgtsYPRRuAttRuYdsRuTDFumYPCSTDPPRSnaps%
1@CLE17017.001100010.001.72.737/6160.7%
2IND00000.0000000.000.00.029/6048.3%
3@JAX2200310.0000000.002.04.041/8051.3%
4@ATL15015.0000000.000.51.543/6467.2%
5BUF1570257.0000000.005.76.738/6261.3%
6@DEN18028.0000000.000.81.830/7042.9%
7LAC3640321.3300000.006.49.453/6482.8%
8TB6781713.0000000.0013.819.846/6373.0%
9@CAR318056.0000000.001.84.855/7573.3%
10KC430067.5000000.003.07.040/5276.9%
11BYE--------------
12JAX00000.0014004.000.40.450/5394.3%
13@IND20020.0000000.000.02.052/6086.7%
14@LV329149.6700000.008.911.949/6279.0%
15HOU5600512.001570057.0011.716.754/6780.6%
16NO3631421.0000000.0012.315.351/6282.3%
17@HOU00000.0017007.000.70.750/6280.6%
Per game2.1927.440.192.8112.540.254.880019.504.366.5444.88/63.5671.33%
Totals3543934512.544780019.5069.7104.7718/101771.33%
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