Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright has been consistent lately. He hasn't scored more than nine or fewer than five fantasy points since Week 2 against the Houston Texans. That continued Sunday in his team's 29-27 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Wright caught seven balls for 78 yards Sunday, bringing him to 580 receiving yards on the season. Behind him, No. 2 wide receiver Nate Washington caught only three passes for 29 yards.
Fantasy impact: This seems to be who Wright is. Since a miserable one-point fantasy outing in Week 1, Wright's fantasy scoring has gone 11-7-5-7-6-9-6-7. That has a certain value, on a fantasy team that just needs someone who can reliably get a few points, but anyone hoping for dominant production out of Wright is probably not being realistic.
At the same time, Wright is likely the only pass-catcher on the Tennessee roster worth owning. Washington has fallen off the last several weeks, and Delanie Walker -- who caught a touchdown pass Sunday -- is too inconsistent to rely on.