Steelers vs. Titans: Kenny Britt does not drop the ball, finally

Don McPeak-US PRESSWIRE - Presswire

Tennessee Titans receiver Kenny Britt dropped a pair of critical passes in the end zone on a fourth-quarter drive. He finally caught one that counted.

Try, try and try again ... or something like that. Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt dropped two passes on a crucial fourth-quarter drive, a drive that needed to end with a touchdown to tie the game or leave the Titans looking at yet another loss. So what did Britt do? Dropped two passes in the end zone.

Fortunately, he caught a third pass for a touchdown. Like the two dropped balls, all Britt had to do was go up and grab it. He had the first two passes in his hands, but could not secure them, even with minimal coverage from the Steelers secondary.

This was drop No. 2.

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Britt didn't exactly make the touchdown catch look easy, bobbling it once before getting in his hands.

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Credit Matt Hasselbeck for going back to the big-bodied receiver despite having two good reasons not to do so. Titans receivers have dropped a total of five passes.

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