Titans RB David Cobb will make his pro debut against the Jaguars tonight, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. RB Antonio Andrews will get the start, and Cobb will "mix in," per Rapsheet. Rapoport adds that the Titans "really like" their rookie RB. This is a backfield to avoid in Week 11 fantasy lineups. Jacksonville is allowing just 3.4 yards per carry to RBs. We'll see if Cobb can earn a bigger role and build momentum for 2016 down the stretch.
The Titans have activated RB David Cobb from IR designated for return. The rookie suffered a serious calf injury in August and will make his pro debut this weekend against the Panthers. Tennessee seems committed to RB Antonio Andrews, who carried 19 times last week, so Cobb only figures to mix in for a handful of carries. We'll see if he can earn a bigger role. He's only worth rostering in the deepest of redraft leagues. Cobb remains a fine dynasty stash.
itans RB David Cobb will not play against the Saints today. The rookie is expected to make his debut in Week 10. His absence today leaves Antonio Andrews safe as Tennessee’s early-down back. He’s a good bet for 15+ touches, making him a fine RB3.
Titans HC Mike Mularkey said Thursday that RB David Cobb is "more likely" to make his debut in Week 10 than this Sunday. Cobb is healthy but might not be in game shape. RB Antonio Andrews, who Mularkey called his "workhorse" earlier this week, is locked in as the early-down back. He's an unexciting RB3.