Wide receiver Kendall Wright led the Tennessee Titans in receiving yards Sunday, catching six of his eight targets for 74 yards. Nate Washington caught three passes for 30 yards, and Kenny Britt had a single catch for nine yards, as the Titans fell to the Kansas City Chiefs, 26-17.
None of the three managed a score in the game, as the team's lone receiving touchdown went to running back Chris Johnson. Through five team games, Wright's 406 receiving yards lead the team. Washington has 222; Britt has 52.
Fantasy impact: Wright is starting to set himself apart as the team's No. 1 receiver. On the other hand, through five team games, Washington has been the leading receiver three times.
Neither of those two is worth a top-tier starting gig, but as a WR3/flex, either guy is defensible; it will just be hart to project game-to-game which guy in particular it will be.
One thing is clear about the Titans' receiving game going forward, however: Kenny Britt isn't worth owning in any leagues.