Kenny Britt sees decrease in snaps, fantasy value in Week 3

Mike Ehrmann

Britt is being phased out of the Titans' offense slowly but surely.

Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt did not play a single snap on the team's game-winning touchdown drive against the San Diego Chargers in Week 3, according to The Tennessean.

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Britt has been slowly getting phased out of the offense and even complained about contract negotiations with the team. He's been a headache for the Titans off the field and has had a tough time staying healthy throughout his career. With Justin Hunter rising to the occasion on Sunday, Britt's snaps may continue to decrease.

Fantasy spin: Britt has not been relevant for fantasy football owners this season, and that was painfully evident on Sunday. The fact that a rookie is getting crucial snaps on the most important drive of the afternoon instead of Britt shows how the team feels about him.

Britt should not be rostered unless one is in an unusually deep league. The only chance he has to save his season is if he gets traded.

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