Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 10: Kendall Wright

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The performance of the second-year Titans receiver has been gradually increasing this year. Can he keep it up? We break down the fantasy implications.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright averaged 48 receiving yards a game over the team's first four games this season, a number that has risen to 77.5 in the last four. Sunday, the Titans receiver hopes to take advantage of a weak Jacksonville Jaguars defense.

On the year, Wright has only a lone touchdown -- scored in Week 2 against the Houston Texans -- but he leads the Titans in receiving yards with 502, good for 32nd in the NFL. Though his receptions have remained basically stasis from the first four games to the last four, it's Wright's yards-per-reception average that has really shot up as the season has progressed.

Fantasy impact: After starting the season in what appeared to be a three-way receiver competition with Nate Washington and Kenny Britt, Wright and Washington have set themselves clearly apart from Britt, and Wright has put himself ahead of Washington.

Sunday, the Titans take on the league's whipping boy, the Jacksonville Jaguars. Wright stands to have good performance in such a game, and he could be a fine high-end WR3 play this week.

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