Kenny Britt ran "as well as he has all season" on Sunday against the Houston Texans, according to Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak. We break down the fantasy implications.
Kenny Britt ran "as well as he has all season" on Sunday, Tennessee Titans head coach Mike Munchak said Thursday. Britt had just two receptions for 40 yards against the Houston Texans, but he scored a touchdown for a second straight game and was targeted eight times.
Britt has seen a steadily increasing role over the last few weeks. On Sunday, he played a season-high 66 offensive snaps. Britt is struggling mightily with inefficiency, catching just 32 of 67 targets on the season.
Fantasy Impact: Britt is still struggling to become the fantasy receiver many hoped he would be since catching nine touchdown passes during the 2010 season. He is still one of the Titans' primary targets in the red zone, but he has yet to produce further away from the goal-line.
The Titans are trying to get Britt involved, and there is still a reasonable chance that he busts out for a major performance before the season is over. That chance isn't worth sliding him into your starting lineup just yet, however.