Kenny Britt goes over 100 yards in 1st half against Indianapolis

Mike Ehrmann

Kenny Britt is acting like the Kenny Britt of old in Week 14.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt is reminding fantasy football owners everywhere that he still has value.

Britt caught all five of his targets for 127 yards in the first half of him team's Week 14 game against the Indianapolis Colts. Jake Locker has been sharp, throwing for over 200 yards and a touchdown in the first half as the Titans lead the Colts, 20-7.

Fantasy Impact: Injuries and suspensions have made 2012 a year to forget for Britt. However, he is finally getting healthy and is showing a nice rapport with Locker. If Locker and Britt can get things going in the last few games, that will be a great sign for their 2013 fantasy value.

The Titans face the Jets and Packers to close out the fantasy season, so Britt and Locker could have some value to fantasy owners still alive in the playoffs.

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