During their time in Atlanta, the two ex-Falcons were seemingly on opposite ends of the fanbase's acceptance spectrum.
Douglas, drafted in the third round of the 2008 NFL Draft, caught 258 passes for 3,130 yards and eight touchdowns in his six seasons with the Falcons. (He missed the 2009 season with a torn ACL.)
In 2013, he put up his best season — 85 receptions for 1,067 yards and two touchdowns — when Julio Jones went down for the year and Roddy White struggled with injuries.
But Douglas' penchant for stumbling drew the ire of Falcons fans. The biggest fall, of course, came in the 2012 NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers. Had Douglas remained on his feet after catching the pass, the Falcons could have vey well been Super Bowl bound.
On the other hand, Massaquoi, in his three short seasons with the team in which he totaled just six sacks, became somewhat of a fan favorite.
He was selected in the fifth round of the 2012 NFL Draft, and in 2013 he saw extended time and showed enough promise that he became one of the most talked about Falcons in offseason.
In his limited snaps in 2014, Massaquoi looked to be the team's best pass rusher. Then he got injured and apparently blew off treatments.
In any case, both players will undoubtedly be looking to give that extra effort to give the Titans a win over their former team.
How do you think Douglas and Massaquoi will perform against the Falcons in Week 7?