Titans Rookie WR Kendall Wright Quiet Against Buccaneers: Fantasy Implications

SEATTLE, WA - AUGUST 11: Wide receiver Kendall Wright #13 of the Tennessee Titans rushes against Marcus Trufant #23 of the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field on August 11, 2012 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)

Tennessee Titans rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright made one grab on Friday night against the Buccaneers. We discuss the fantasy implications.

On Friday night, the Tennessee Titans faced off against the Buccaneers. 2012 first round wide receiver Kendall Wright saw action, but only hauled in one pass for nine yards. It wasn't a mind-blowing performance by the highly-touted former Baylor receiver but it's not worth writing him off.

Analysis: Kendall Wright is in a position to see a lot of action as a rookie receiver. Not only was he a first round pick by the franchise, but Tennessee's supposed No. 1, Kenny Britt, can't seem to stay out of the headlines. Britt has had some off-the-field run-ins that may cost him, but it could open the door for players like Wright. Wright has sleeper value in fantasy leagues as someone who could wind be a FA pickup or a decent acquisition as a late round pick.

For more on Kendall Wright and the Tennessee Titans, head over to Music City Miracles

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