Fantasy football start/sit advice, Week 12: Kendall Wright has primary value in PPR leagues

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Kendall Wright isn't lighting up the box score, but he's been a consistent fantasy option for most of 2013.

Tennesee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright is on pace for career highs in his second NFL season. Through 10 games, he has recorded 59 catches, 660 yards and one touchdown. He has already beat his rookie year mark of 626 yards.

Wright enjoyed one of his best games of the season last week. He caught nine passes for 80 yards in Thursday night's loss to the Indianapolis Colts. A target monster in Tennessee's offense, Wright has reached six catches or more four times this season.

Fantasy impact: Wright's production hasn't been hampered by the quarterback situation in Tennessee. His lack of touchdowns hurts his overall fantasy value--Wright hasn't found the end zone since Week 2. Still, there's something to be said for his consistency, having not been held below 60 yards since Week 4. Wright is a worthy WR3 play against a Raiders defense that just lost D.J. Hayden for the year. He's slightly more valuable in PPR leagues.

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