Second-year wide receiver Kendall Wright had a good game against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. The Tennessee Titans may have lost the game, 31-17, but it wasn't for a lack of effort on Wright's part. He had his most productive game of the season from a yardage standpoint, catching nine passes for 98 yards.
Wright didn't manage a touchdown grab, and only has one on the season, but he's been establishing himself as a top target in recent weeks. Wright has had fewer than 50 yards only once this season, and has totals of 98, 69 and 74 yards over the past three games.
He's well on his way to besting his rookie campaign, in which he caught 64 passes for 626 yards and four touchdowns. Through seven games this season, Wright has caught 40 passes for 433 yards and a touchdown. He's not quite a solid No. 1 option just yet, but he's getting there.
Fantasy Impact: Wright was Ryan Fitzpatrick's favorite target, and judging by the 12 passes thrown his way on Sunday, quarterback Jake Locker is a fan as well. Wright has been looking better and better, and fantasy owners who took a chance on Wright on draft day may soon reap the rewards. It was a solid day Sunday, but he has better games ahead of him.