Titans' Adam Humphries (ankle) active for AFC Championship against Chiefs
Tennessee Titans wide receiver Adam Humphries is active for Sunday's AFC Championship game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Humphries will be active for the first time since suffering an ankle injury against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 13. He entered the day listed as questionable and has been upgraded to active. Our models expect him to see 3.2 targets against the Chiefs on Sunday.
Humphries' AFC Championship game projections include 2.5 receptions, 25.5 yards, 0.11 touchdowns, and 4.6 FanDuel points.
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