Titans plan on getting Kendall Wright more involved

Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

The Titans want to get Kendall Wright more involved in the offense after a quiet Week 1. We break down the fantasy implications.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright was mostly absent in their Week 1 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers, but the Titans plan on changing that. Offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains says that Wright will be more involved in the offense going forward.

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Wright played just 19 of 67 offensive snaps on Sunday and finished the day with two catches for 11 yards. He missed the last two preseason games with a knee injury, which may have factored into his low usage. Wright led the Titans in catches as a rookie last season, recording 64 catches for 626 yards and four touchdowns.

Fantasy impact: The Titans could get away with using a vanilla, ball control offense against Pittsburgh, but they'll have to open things up when facing the Texans defense. Wright should see more snaps and targets going forward, but it's hard to trust him in an inconsistent passing game. He's a WR4 at best.

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