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FOXSports.com's Erik Kramer previews the unsung heroes of Week 4 in the NFL.
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I'm Brian -- are pleased to be joined by our Kramer the former pro quarterback we're looking ahead to week four unsung heroes brought to you by Chevrolet K let's start Tennessee with a Titans lost their. Big play wideout Kenny Britt. To a knee injury he's got for the rest of the year what you expect somebody else to step up this. Well Nate Washington's been step up every week he's got 41 Texas now for three game. This is an offense that nobody would have expected to be spreading the ball around the way they are. Matt Hasselbeck has delivered. He thought for 300 yards a game right now Nate Washington stepped up huge and that really there's no other options on this team right now as you mentioned Kenny Britt went down. Chris Johnson's been more of a receiver that are running back. And I just think Nate Washington's the likely candidate to keep. Keep getting fed the ball this week against the Cleveland brown okay elect logic let's move -- two year old seemed to all the see the Lions also named Titus Young you think -- evident that seems like. This youngster has the potential in this offense you know He does they've got a lot of weapons now starting Calvin Johnson with the Lions but. They need to spread the ball like they don't have a running game which means they throw the ball awful lot so it can always go to Calvin Johnson last week against the Vikings. Titus Young stepped up -- four receptions against them the week before at five against Kansas City he's a guy that's he's not real Big Five 11175. Pounds. Second round draft pick out of Boise State. Very good the line of scrimmage can get off the jam and provide an easy. You know inside throwing a slant pass from Matthew Stafford so far he's come up with some big catches in the future could be now for the rookie we have more let's wrap -- up with the Panthers but we're not gonna talk about Cam Newton. You wanna focus on one of his favorite targets this week well he's got ten -- got to go to somebody with the ball last week it was Greg Olsen he's got 1012 catches so far. But it -- the Jaguars showed up big at the end of the game He scored the game winning touchdown pass came right back when they went for too. He ran it He had to get -- outs but outside and matched up against a linebacker. And to a -- topic if he's an athletic guy he's a guy you can move around into a number of different formations and he's going back to Chicago the team that traded him. Didn't think He can play that offense. That there can't be any more motivation and Greg also has trying to go in this game in his head coach Ron Rivera used to play for the Bears as well. I've there's got to be something in that game plan for growth goals this week -- that could be sweet. As always we appreciate the -- that's gonna do it for week four unsung heroes brought to you by Chevrolet don't forget. Foxwoods dot com as you covered for all your football neat for a Cramer I'm Bryan Webber. We'll see you next time. Another great sleep in the NFL action. This week only on fox.