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15 Justin Hunter WR
Height/Weight: 6-4/203 | Birthdate: 5/20/1991 | Birthplace: Virginia Beach, VA, USA | Team: Tennessee | College: Tennessee | NFL Experience: 2 | Owned/Started%: 8/2 | Average Draft Position: 141.24
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Justin Hunter a sleeper candidate


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(7/18/2014) Titans second-year receiver Justin Hunter enters this season as a sleeper candidate, and he could be even better than we expect.

The Titans beat writer for the Tennessean, Jim Wyatt, shared his projections for Hunter this season. He has Hunter with 44 catches for 690 yards and seven touchdowns.

To see how his projections compare to mine and Dave Richard, check out this Fantasy Football Today blog here.


Justin Hunter compared to Randy Moss


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(7/16/2014) Titans receiver Michael Preston said teammate Justin Hunter has the potential to develop like Randy Moss.

"I know how great a player Randy Moss was, and in my mind, there's no reason Justin can't be the next greatest player," Preston told the Tennessean. "I just want to be there to support him. I know he's going to grow, make a great leap this year, and impress the city and fans with his talent."

Preston said Hunter's leaping ability makes him special.

"The one thing that stands out to me is the way he attacks the ball – and his leaping ability," Preston said. "Of course, he has to make the same type adjustments I had to make with height, staying low and being physical at the line. But the thing that stands out is the way he attacks the ball and how he's able to make that big play at any moment."

Hunter averaged 19.7 yards on his 18 catches last year.


Justin Hunter showing flashes


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(6/26/2014) Titans offensive coordinator Jason Michael likes what he sees from second-year receiver Justin Hunter, reports the team's official website.

"(Hunter) has shown flashes of making plays," Michael said. "He's a big, long receiver that’s still growing into the position. As coaches, we've got to keep pushing him to make those next steps. The sky’s the limit there."


Justin Hunter continues to generate buzz


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(6/6/2014) Titans receivers coach Shawn Jefferson told USA Today that Justin Hunter can be a difference maker. "With the growth he is going to go through, if he can keep progressing he can be the receiver that puts us over the edge," Jefferson said.

"He has that much potential. He has great ability, and has gotten bigger. But keep in mind this is just his second season in the league and he is learning his second offense. He is coming on, but he has to keep working. I like the course he is on."

Hunter averaged 19.7 yards per catch on 18 receptions last season, scoring four touchdowns.


Justin Hunter: Things should be easier for me


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(5/2/2014) Titans receiver Justin Hunter has added an impressive 15 pounds of mass this offseason so he can better hold up on the field. But that's not all he's done -- Hunter has been raising his own expectations after playing without a firm grasp of the offense last year. 

"Sometimes I would look at it and be like 'What am I doing out there?'" Hunter said Thursday per The Tennessean. "A year older and a year wiser, things should be a lot easier for me this year, and a lot better."

Hunter admitted he was "playing catch-up the whole way" after missing OTAs last spring after getting hurt. But with his first season in the rear view, Titans GM Ruston Webster believes the best is yet to come. 

"I think Justin has probably only scratched the surface and he should only get better," Webster said. "He just needs to continue to improve his overall game, from his route running to his catching to his blocking. He is still a very young player."


Justin Hunter adds 15 pounds


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(4/29/2014) Titans receiver Justin Hunter has bulked up to 208 pounds, 15 pounds more than he was last year, reports the Tennessean. Hunter came on strong at the end of last season and had four touchdowns among his 18 catches.

Whisenhunt weighs Justin Hunter as 'interesting' player


by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer
(3/25/2014) Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt said second-year receiver Justin Hunter needed to put on "a little more weight" in order to break out in 2014, then added he was just kidding. Hunter is someone Whisenhunt certainly has an eye on as a potential major contributor. 

"I liked Justin coming out last year, so I'm excited to work with him," Whisenhunt said from the NFL Owners Meeting in Orlando. "He made a catch against [the Chargers] at the end of a game [last year]. I hated it at the time but I love it now. He's an interesting young player."

Hunter is indeed interesting -- despite catching just 18 passes last year he had 354 yards (a 19.7 avg.) and four touchdowns. 


Justin Hunter again a non-factor


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(12/22/2013) Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter, who was inactive for Week 15 for violating team rules, was active for Week 16 at Jacksonville, but he might as well not have been. He didn't contribute statistically, receiving only one target.

Of course, the Titans passing game as a whole wasn't much of a factor in this one, with running backs Chris Johnson and Shonn Greene combining for 41 carries for 181 yards, but wide receiver Nate Washington was again the go-to guy for quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, catching six passes for 117 yards and a touchdown. Hunter had a claim to that role as recently as Week 14, when he caught four passes for 114 yards and a touchdown at Denver.

The Titans host the Texans in Week 17.


Titans two wideouts will return to game action Sunday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/18/2013) Mike Munchak said Wednesday that Titans wide receivers Justin Hunter and Damian Williams, who were suspended by the team for the Week 15 game due to a unidentified rules violation, will play Sunday at Jacksonville.

Report: Justin Hunter, Damian Williams violated team rules


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/15/2013) Titans wideouts Justin Hunter and Damian Williams were inactive Week 15 because they violated team rules, reports ESPN.com.

"They broke some team rules," coach Mike Munchak said, per the website. "The consequence was that they didn't suit up today."

In their absence, Michael Preston caught two touchdown passes and Kenny Britt had three receptions.


Titans list Week 15 inactives


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(12/15/2013) The Titans listed seven players as inactive for their game vs. Arizona: quarterback John Skelton, wideouts Justin Hunter and Damian Williams, defensive back Micah Pellerin, center Kevin Matthews, offensive tackle Byron Stingily and defensive tackle Mike Martin.

Justin Hunter leads the way for the Titans


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(12/8/2013) Titans WR Justin Hunter led the team in receiving Week 14.

Hunter caught just four passes, but made them count. He led the team with 114 yards and scored a touchdown. Hunter picked up most of his yardage on two plays. He caught a 57 yard pass on the team's first drive, which put them in the red zone. He later snagged a 41 yard touchdown pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick. His other two catches went for 6 and 10 yards. 

Hunter will take on the Cardinals Week 15.


One back, two pass-catchers make plays Sunday for Titans


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(12/1/2013) Titans backup running back Shonn Greene led a contingent of small contributors to the loss Sunday at Indianapolis. He rushed for 39 yards on 10 carries and added a 1-yard catch.

Wide receiver Justin Hunter was targeted five times, but caught just one for 9 yards. Tight end Delanie Walker managed one reception for 5 yards before leaving the game with an apparent concussion.


Coach: Justin Hunter has earned more playing time


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/25/2013) Titans coach Mike Munchak said Monday rookie wide receiver Justin Hunter has earned more playing time following his breakout performance Sunday against the Raiders. Hunter totaled six catches for 109 yards -- all career highs -- while adding his third career touchdown.

Justin Hunter scores, cracks century mark for first time in career


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter found the end zone for the third time this season during Sunday’s contest against the Raiders in Week 12.

Hunter caught a deep pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick, took advantage of horrendous tackling by the Raiders and turned it up the field for a 54-yard touchdown in the third quarter. It was Hunter’s 10th career reception and also the longest of his young career.

Hunter caught all six of the passes thrown in his direction for 109 yards and a touchdown in a 23-19 victory. It was the first time he's cracked the 100-yard mark in his career.

He'll look to keep rolling in Week 13 at Indianapolis.

Four injured Titans ready to go


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(11/24/2013) The Titans have ruled the following injured players active for Week 12 against the Raiders: wide receiver Justin Hunter (concussion), defensive lineman Derrick Morgan (groin), linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring) and linebacker Moise Fokou (knee).

Full practice participants questionable anyway for Titans


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/22/2013) All but one Titans player practiced in full on Friday, though three are listed as questionable for the game Sunday in Oakland. They are linebacker Moise Fokou (knee), defensive end Derrick Morgan (groin) and center Brian Schwenke (ankle).

Deemed probable are cornerback Zaviar Gooden (hamstring), wide receiver Justin Hunter (concussion) and tackle David Stewart (shoulder).

Wideout Damian Williams has been ruled out with a hip issue.


Justin Hunter getting closer to being cleared to practice


by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com
(11/19/2013) Titans coach Mike Munchak said Tuesday wide receiver Justin Hunter, who left Thursday's game with a concussion, has not been cleared to practice. However, he is getting closer to receiving clearance.

Justin Hunter evaluated for concussion


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/15/2013) Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter was forced to leave Thursday's game against the Colts in Week 11, as he suffered a possible concussion on his lone target in a 30-27 loss.

Hunter took a shot when he was targeted in the fourth quarter, and had to be taken to the locker room to be evaluated for a concussion, according to The Tennesseean. The results of the evaluation are not yet known. 


Justin Hunter a Week 11 sleeper?


by Nando Di Fino | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/13/2013) Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter has the following working for him:

1. A nice matchup against a Colts team that has given up the seventh-most Fantasy points per game this season to opposing wideouts, including seven touchdowns in the last three games. 

2. Hunter is coming off his best game of the season, having caught two passes off seven targets for 51 yards. 

3. Most of Hunter's production came in the second half last Sunday, when Ryan Fitzpatrick had taken over as quarterback. Hunter played in 74 percent of the team's snaps in Week 11. 

This is mainly for deeper formats, but Hunter has already caught two touchdowns on the season, and could benefit from the quarterback change. He's worth a shot on a deep league roster with some needs at wide receiver. 


Justin Hunter makes an impact


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2013) Titans wide receiver Justin Hunter had his best game of the season in Week 10, despite hauling in just two catches in a 29-27 loss the Jaguars.

Hunter brought in two of seven passes thrown his way for 51 yards, largely thanks to a long reception of 40 yards.

Hunter has seven catches for 122 yards and two touchdowns on the season. The Titans play the Colts in Week 11. 


Titans role players healthy vs. Rams


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/3/2013) Titans tight end Craig Stevens (back) and wide receiver Justin Hunter (finger) are both active for Week 9 against the Rams Sunday, after being listed on the injury report as questionable. 

Titans a bit battered heading into Week 9 game in St. Louis


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/1/2013) The Titans list two players as out and six others questionable for the game Sunday against the Rams. Those already deemed out are linebacker Moise Fokou (knee) and offensive lineman Robert Turner (shoulder).

Those desginated as questionable are linebacker Zaviar Gooden (hamstring), safety Michael Griffin (quad), wide receiver Justin Hunter (finger), defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (calf), tight end Craig Stevens (back) and tackle David Stewart (shoulder).

Linebacker Patrick Bailey (hamstring) and defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (ankle) are both probable.


Titans get minor production from several role players


by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(10/20/2013) The Titans received minor offensive contributions from a few role players Week 7 against the 49ers.

In the passing game, Damian Williams hauled in three of Jake Locker's passes for 25 yards. Kenny Britt had only one catch for an 8-yard gain. Jackie Battle and Darius Reynaud each finished with one catch as well. Battle had six yards and Reynaud had only four on the day. Justin Hunter was targeted twice but was held without a grab.

Shonn Greene made his return from injury but only received one handoff for a gain of 2 yards in a 31-17 defeat.

Titans receivers could struggle in Week 7


by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/17/2013) The Titans receivers could struggle in Week 7 against San Francisco, and none are worth starting in the majority of standard leagues out of Kendall Wright, Nate Washington, Kenny Britt and Justin Hunter.

Only Wright is worth using in PPR formats since he has at least five catches in each of his past five games, but he has just one touchdown on the season. Still, this is a tough matchup.

The 49ers have allowed just two touchdowns to opposing receivers since Week 1, including matchups with Reggie Wayne, T.Y. Hilton and Andre Johnson. Tennessee has gone consecutive games without a receiver scoring against Kansas City and Seattle.

Both of those starts came with Ryan Fitzpatrick under center for the injured Jake Locker (hip), which factors into the receivers struggling. Until the Titans receivers start to produce at a higher level on a consistent basis, we would keep them reserved in most formats, especially in this matchup with the 49ers.