WR Dorial Green-Beckham - Free Agent
|6-5, 237||Born: 4-12-1993||College: Missouri||Drafted: Round 2, pick 2015|
2016 Week 3 vs PIT (4 / 3 / 33 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham was targeted 4 times and brought in 3 of those passes for 33 yards. With 4 legitimate threats at wide receiver and there are not always enough touches to go around. The Eagles had a very balanced attack with 31 passes and 30 rush, and with a big lead, they did not have to throw much in the second half. Green-Beckham has been a good pickup for the Eagles and has the potential to be very productive going forward. Beckham's snap counts continue to increase as he learns the offense as he was on the field for 49% of the Eagles snaps up from 32% in week one. This is a player to keep an eye on as he continues to learn the system.
2016 Week 5 vs DET (4 / 3 / 43 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham is still looking for that breakout game in this high-powered Eagles offense. He brought in 3 of his 4 targets this week for 43 yards with his long play coming on a 26-yard strike. Outside of Josh Norman, the Redskins do not have much in a way of a secondary and Green-Beckham should find plenty of room to run. Wentz has been very good at spreading the ball around, but unless he can find the end zone, Green-Beckham is not a top play next week.
2016 Week 6 vs WAS (4 / 1 / 23 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham was held to 1 catch for 23 yards but was targeted 4 times. Green-Beckham was in a similar situation to Agholor as he did not have to face Josh Norman for the majority of the afternoon. However, an inaccurate quarterback and an offense that just was not clicking resulted in a less than stellar day. Neither Green-Beckham nor Agholor has really stepped up to fill the number 2 receiver spot behind Matthews.
2016 Week 7 vs MIN (4 / 2 / 8 / 1 rec)
Finally, we saw Green-Beckham find the end zone on a quick slant over the middle in which he was able to use his size and strength to fight off two defenders to barely get over the goal line. This was Green-Beckham's first touchdown on the year and something that we had been waiting on ever since the high expectations from the trade this offseason.
2016 Week 8 vs DAL (9 / 5 / 55 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham was given the chance to step up once again as he was targeted by Wentz 9 times today, but a costly offensive pass interference call and mostly short passes kept him from really taking over today. Green-Beckham had similar numbers to Jordan Matthews and the only real difference was he was held out of the end zone. Again Wentz was not given a lot of time to get the ball downfield to his receivers and Green-Beckham was no exception. It is nice to see Wentz spreading the ball around and trying to use his other weapons at receiver. Green-Beckham should be the main beneficiary of Wentz spreading the ball around more, and with Matthews always facing the top corner from each team it should open up the field.
2016 Week 9 vs NYG (5 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham had a very rough game today as he was targeted 5 times and did not come up with a single reception. He was targeted deep down the middle by Wentz in the first quarter, but the end result was an interception and more frustration for Green-Beckham.
2016 Week 10 vs ATL (0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham was a complete non-factor today as he did not so much as register a target today.
2016 Week 11 vs SEA (8 / 5 / 54 / 1 rec)
Green-Beckham finally found some room to run today as Jordan Matthews seemed to be locked up on the other side with Richard Sherman. Green-Beckham managed to cash in on some soft coverage late in the fourth quarter for his first touchdown of the season. With Matthews seeing the top corner every week and the rest of the receiving core not stepping up, Green-Beckham has a chance to break out. However, rookie quarterback Carson Wentz has made it tough for anyone to catch a pass. Nelson Agholor also seems to be playing his way out of Philadelphia and should open up more plays for Green-Beckham.
2016 Week 12 vs GB (10 / 6 / 82 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham finally stepped up as a receiver today and pulled in 6 of his 8 targets on the day. With Jordan Matthews banged up and Nelson Agholor nonexistent, the receiver was given the chance to play a bigger role. Wentz hit Green-Beckham on a nice play action deep in down the middle. He was able to find the void in the zone in front of the safety and secure the first down. The route was still not sharp and the throw was too high to run after the catch, but the young receiver is playing much better than earlier in the season. If Matthews has any lingering issue it will be the Green-Beckham show for receivers in Philadelphia.
2016 Week 13 vs CIN (10 / 4 / 29 / 0 rec)
Dorial Green-Beckham was the most targeted wide receiver in this game, but was unable to do much today with those targets as he and Wentz were not on the same page and Wentz overthrew him early in the first quarter on what would have been a twenty yard gain on an out route. This started the trend where Green-Beckham would be open, but Wentz was erratic and missed him on several 15-20 yard passing plays. The good news for Green-Beckham is that he was able to create separation with the corners all day which is very promising for the young wide receiver.
2016 Week 15 vs BAL (3 / 1 / 11 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham only managed 11 yards today, but this speaks more to an ineffective Carson Wentz than anything else. His lone reception came on a short pass across the middle with little room to run after. The running game did not open things up for Green-Beckham or any of the other Eagles' receivers.
2015 Week 2 vs CLE (2 / 1 / 13 / 1 rec)
Green-Beckham got into the game early when Kendall Wright hobbled off the field. Wright returned quickly so Green-Beckham went back to the sideline. Late on when the Titans needed a touchdown, he appeared in the end zone for Mariota to push the ball his way. Mariota hung the ball in the air for Green-Beckham to win it away from the defensive back in tight coverage. It was an impressive reception from the rookie receiver.
2015 Week 3 vs IND (3 / 2 / 22 / 1 rec)
Dorial Gree-Beckham isn't really a part of the offense right now, except when it is in the endzone. Green-Beckham got his second touchdown reception in as many weeks when he beat Vontae Davis on a jump-ball in the end zone. Green-Beckham is essentially a designated hitter for the Titans. His second reception of the game came late in the fourth quarter on a shallow crossing route that brought the offense to the goal line. After that play, Green-Beckham drew a pass interference penalty on a fade route that earned the offense another first down.
2015 Week 5 vs BUF (0 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham continues to be a pinch-hitter for the Titans. He saw snaps in the redzone but wasn't targeted. He was targeted in his own territory once on a slant route, drawing a pass interference penalty to convert a third down. The only question about Green-Beckham is when will he become a greater part of this offense.
2015 Week 6 vs MIA (6 / 3 / 57 / 0 rec)
It's been a quiet start to Dorial Green-Beckham's career as he acclimatizes to the professional level and a new offense. He typically hasn't seen the field early in games outside of the redzone, but caught an out route for a first down just past midfield on the Titans' opening drive. He was working against off coverage but the crisp route will have comforted the Titans coaching staff. After his first target, Green-Beckham stayed on the field but wasn't in the right spot when Mariota looked for him on third down. Mariota looked for Green-Beckham again on a third down late in the second quarter, on this occasion it appeared to be Mariota's fault that the two couldn't connect as he threw behind the receiver on a post route. In the third quarter, the rookie receiver caught his longest play of the year as Mariota hit him in stride on a deep crossing route for a big gain. Green-Beckham is emerging into a greater role, it should only be a few weeks before he is a full-time starter.
2015 Week 7 vs ATL (1 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Although Harry Douglas' absence offered Green-Beckham a greater share of snaps, it didn't offer him a greater share of targets. Mettenberger's inability to run the offense meant that Green-Beckham only saw one target and it was uncatchable.
2015 Week 8 vs HOU (2 / 1 / 12 / 0 rec)
Dorial Green-Beckham found himself in the peculiar position of catching a pass that wasn't intended for him and not having a chance to catch an intercepted pass that was intended for him. His reception came on the first drive of the game when Mettenberger threw the ball to a Texans defender and it was batted into the air. After that, he ran a deep corner route when Mettenberger's pass was limp and late to the point that he had no opportunity to make a play on the ball. The rookie receiver did catch a backshoulder throw in the fourth quarter down the field, but it was negated by a false start penalty.
2015 Week 9 vs NO (10 / 5 / 77 / 0 rec)
Dorial Green-Beckham saw his most extensive action of the season as he received a team-high 10 targets. He was able to haul in five of them for 77 yards with a long of 20-yards. Green-Beckham accumulated 34 of his yards on the Titans first possession of the second half, first off of a short pass over the middle for 14 yards, followed by a deep left pass for 20 yards. That drive would end with a 29-yard field goal. Interim head coach Mike Mularkey indicated prior to the game that he wanted to get Green-Beckham more involved in the offense, so we can probably consider this a little bit of a coming out party for the rookie wide receiver.
2015 Week 10 vs CAR (2 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Green-Beckham didn't have a reception or even a target in the first half. Mariota looked for him in the third quarter, but heaved an inaccurate pass into the air that Green-Beckham couldn't go and get. The defensive back covering him was able to dive underneath the ball for the turnover. It initially looked like a poor throw from the quarterback, but the replay highlighted how lazily Green-Beckham came out of his break.
2015 Week 11 vs JAX (6 / 3 / 40 / 0 rec)
When Mariota threw to a spot for Dorial Green-Beckham last week against the Panthers, the receiver gave up on his route and created an interception. Comfortingly, Green-Beckham's first reception in this game came when Mariota put the ball in a spot by the sideline and the receiver broke outside to run through it for a first down. A few plays later, Green-Beckham got open downfield on a dig route but Mariota's pass arrived just behind his backshoulder as he came out of his break. It took until the final drive of the game for Mariota to catch his second pass of the game. He reached up for a ball in the air as he boxed out Davon House for a first down. In the dying moments of the game, Mariota found Green-Beckham over the middle of the field to set the offense up just outside the redzone. The receiver played a huge amount of snaps and his lack of conditioning was exposed on the final drive as he was slow to get back into position and set up during the hurry up offense. The Titans will likely move him back down the depth chart when Kendall Wright returns.
2015 Week 12 vs OAK (5 / 1 / 22 / 0 rec)
It was a very quiet first half for Dorial Green-Beckham. His first target of the half came with less than two minutes left to go in the second quarter. He adjusted well to a low pass down the seam before finishing the play falling forward for a first down. Green-Beckham's second reception didn't count as a reception because it came on a two-point conversion. He made an impressive catch at the back of the endzone, getting his feet down while extending for the ball in the air. Mariota looked to Green-Beckham twice over a couple of plays at the end of the third quarter/start of the fourth. He showed poor ball skills on the first shot downfield, allowing David Amerson to rise above him, and couldn't get to a low pass on third down afterwards. In the fourth quarter, Green-Beckham forced the Titans to use a timeout by being lined up in the wrong spot before lazily getting to the right spot. Two plays later, Mariota looked for him on third down and he couldn't make a play on a high pass over the middle of the field. At the end of the game, Mariota threw an interception when he appeared to be looking for Green-Beckham to run a post route but the receiver stayed outside on a curl.
2015 Week 13 vs JAX (6 / 5 / 119 / 1 rec)
It's been a rough rookie season for Green-Beckham but this was his best game of the year, even with one huge mistake. The receiver caught Mariota's first completion of the game for 17 yards after the quarterback extended a 3rd-and-11 play into the opposite flat. Green-Beckham added a second reception in the second quarter on a similar play. This time he caught the ball within the timing of the play as it was designed and had to make a low adjustment to secure the ball. It was the following target that sunk him though. Mariota found the receiver on a deep curl route with an accurate pass. An accurate pass that went through Green-Beckham's hands and into those of Jaguars defensive back Davon House for the interception. Because of Justin Hunter's injury, Green-Beckham has to play. The Titans would probably prefer to sit him down, but they don't have another viable option. Therefore, he remained on the field after his drop and Mariota looked to him almost immediately on a deep post route. Green-Beckham caught the ball to convert a third-and-long. Two plays later, Green-Beckham made a similar reception for another first down. With his confidence brimming, Green-Beckham made the most impressive play of his short career so far in the third quarter. He caught a long pass from Mariota on a post route before bouncing off a Jaguars safety and running away from the defense for the touchdown.
2015 Week 14 vs NYJ (7 / 3 / 53 / 0 rec)
After his eventful game against the Jaguars last week, the Titans looked to Green-Beckham for the first time in the first quarter. Mariota threw a perfect touch pass to him between two defenders down the seam for a big gain. Green-Beckham wasn't targeted again until late in the second quarter when he made a play that was all too familiar. Last week against the Jaguars, Green-Beckham created an interception with a drop. In the same area of the field this week, he dropped a pass when he was wide open downfield that forced the Titans to punt. Mariota went back to Beckham on the following drive with a backshoulder throw against Antonio Cromartie for a first down. In the third quarter, Mariota looked for Green-Beckham over the middle against tight coverage but he waited on the ball. Green-Beckham added a first down on an out route in garbage time. It was another inconsistent outing from the receiver.
2015 Week 15 vs NE (9 / 6 / 113 / 0 rec)
This was Green-Beckham's best game of the season by far. Marcus Mariota looked for Dorial Green-Beckham with his first pass of the game, but their timing was off on a quick out route. The quarterback went back to Green-Beckham on the second drive of the game for a big play downfield. Green-Beckham ran a crossing route and Mariota found him by the sideline after extending the play into the flat. Green-Beckham caught a deep pass from Zach Mettenberger in the second quarter when he adjusted naturally to a throw that was slightly behind him. In the third quarter, Mettenberger made another impressive catch as he adjusted to a throw that was too low while running against man coverage down the left sideline. In the fourth quarter, Green-Beckham caught a short crossing route for a six-yard gain. In what was comfortably his most consistent display of the season, Green-Beckham caught two more first down passes on consecutive plays in the fourth quarter. The first came on a deep out route in the fourth quarter and the second came when he turned a shallow crossing route upfield.
2015 Week 16 vs HOU (3 / 0 / 0 / 0 rec)
Dorial Green-Beckham was held without a catch after his best game of the season last week. Mettenberger missed him over and over again. The only time he caught a pass was when the play was negated for offensive pass interference against another receiver.
2015 Week 17 vs IND (5 / 2 / 21 / 1 rec)
It hasn't been a great rookie season for Dorial Green-Beckham, but there have been enough flashes of ability for Titans fans to be excited. This game was similar to most as he opened the day by dropping his first pass. Mettenberger's throw was slightly off target, but it was a catch that the receiver should have made. His first reception didn't come until the third quarter when he ran a deep out route before shielding the ball with his big body for a first down catch. In the fourth quarter, Beckham caught a five-yard touchdown pass by high-pointing the ball above a defender in man coverage. The Titans purposely threw him a jump ball on a fade route for him to win. He was targeted a couple more times on the day, but neither throw was catchable.