Tennessee Titans tight end Delanie Walker enjoyed the best season ever by anyone at that position in franchise history last season, but it slipped under the radar, per NFL.com.
Walker caught 63 passes for 890 yards and four touchdowns. He broke the franchise single-season record for yardage.
“Last year, I felt like I did more and no one cared,” Walker said. “I broke records and scored touchdowns and no one cared. We’ve got to win more as a team. I think even if I have a good year and we don’t have a good year as a team, who cares, right? But if win together, then the individual guys get the accolades they deserve.”
Walker said his focus is not only getting himself better for 2015, but also the Titans.
“My focus is always on getting better every year. I probably say this every year that I’m just trying to get better. I try to do something than I did last year. That’s more catches, more yards, more touchdowns,” Walker said. “My goal is to get better. But as a team goal, we’ve got to be better at winning games, finishing games, That’s what I’m going to set my goals at this year – to be better individually, but also as a team, we’ve got to win more games. If I’ve got to be pushing and communicating more and talking more to the team, then that’s what I’ve got to. At the end of the day, we don’t want to win just two games again.”