Against the Titans, Commanders WR Dyami Brown scores his first two NFL touchdowns.
With Jahan Dotson out due to injury, wide receiver Dyami Brown of the Washington Commanders needed to step up.
As Washington leads 10-7, his first NFL touchdown reception is unquestionably helpful.
Wide receiver Dyami Brown of the Washington Commanders is commemorating the greatest game of his career against the Tennessee Titans.
In the second quarter, Brown's 75-yard touchdown gave the Commanders the advantage.
Freshman running back Brian Robinson Jr. is handed the ball by quarterback Carson Wentz on the first play of the drive from the 25-yard line.
In order to score the touchdown, Dyami Brown outran Titans defensive back Caleb Farley by racing full-speed toward the end zone.
Brown once more reached the end zone in the second half. Brown only caught 12 catches for Washington last season for a total of 165 yards.
In Dotson's absence, Samuel has also stepped up, catching three catches for 45 yards in the first quarter.
By the end of the third quarter, the Commanders lead the Titans 17–14.