Tennessee Titans third-year wide receiver AJ Brown has personal goals for the 2021 season.
But he’s not interested in talking about those goals publicly.
Instead, Brown would rather talk about his team goals for the Titans.
Brown talked about those goals during an NFL Spaces chat on Twitter on Tuesday evening.
“I set the bar higher for me, last year was not good enough, it wasn’t, to be honest,” said Brown, who caught 70 passes for 1,075 yards and 11 touchdowns in 14 games last season.
“I don’t like to get into my personal goals, but as a team goal, I want to hold up the Lombardi Trophy. That’s one goal of mine. I think this year, we put it all together and take it one game at a time, anything can happen. We can most definitely get there and win.”
The Titans are coming off an 11-5 season and an AFC South division title in 2020.
Tennessee, who reached the AFC Championship game in 2019, lost to the Baltimore Ravens in the AFC Wild Card game last season.
The Titans added superstar wide receiver Julio Jones this offseason, giving the team a ridiculous three-headed offensive monster (along with Brown and running back Derrick Henry).
While it’s nearly impossible to predict what the playoffs will look like this season, there’s no doubt that Tennessee is a legitimate Super Bowl contender. As long as the team stays healthy, Brown’s goal of winning a Super Bowl should be a realistic possibility for the Titans.
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