Tennessee Titans WR Kendall Wright hasn't had the most impressive stat line in his rookie year, but receivers coach Dave Ragone has been impressed. "To come in and play at the level we asked him to play at, at a pretty consistent level, has been impressive."
Wright has 62 catches for 586 yards, a meager 9.5 yards per catch.
Fantasy Impact: Ragone stated that Wright was mostly targeted on screens and slants, explaining his low number of yards. He also had to learn new positions, playing the "X" receiver spot when Kenny Britt was out. Then there was the matter of Jake Locker's struggles. Regardless, he's made the most of his opportunities.
Wright has had probably the best season out of the WR rookie classes and is a quality fantasy sleeper in 2013.