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Week 1 vs. PIT
Receiving: 4 / 85 / 0 on 6 targets
Britt got a lot of snaps in his first regular season game because Nate Washington was not 100% for this game. He was inconsistent in his route running, but when he was sharp, he easily got open on 15-yard outs. He also had the biggest gain of the night on a catch and run that showed the physical talent that made him a first round pick. This passing offense is not potent enough to make Britt a serious fantasy threat this year, but he should become the best downfield receiver on this team in time.
Week 2 vs. HOU
Receiving: 2 / 22 / 0 on 2 targets
Kenny Britt had two receptions on two targets for 22 yards but both were critical first down catches. Britt appears to be building a rapport with Kerry Collins and it appears only a matter of time until he is the Titans go-to receiver. Through two games, he leads the Titans in receiving yards. His route running and hands were once again excellent. On one reception, Britt was down on the turf for a few minutes after falling face first in to a defender and the ground, but he got up under his own power and should be fine for next week.
Week 3 vs. NYJ
Receiving: 4 / 59 / 0 on 6 targets
Britt had to play a big role the whole game as the Titans were forced to pass, stuck in a 14-point hole early. He seemed like the most comfortable Titans WR catching the ball, he came back to the ball well, and he also broke some tackles after the catch. He's well on his way to being to the Titans #1 receiver.
Week 4 vs. JAX
Receiving: 7 / 105 / 0 on 11 targets
Britt continues to emerge as the best weapon in this passing offense. He showed good hands, often plucking the ball out of the air instead of letting it get to his body, and he ran tough after the catch, breaking tackles and getting yardage with his top-end speed. Britt showed good field awareness working the sidelines, and he also threw a crushing block on Kerry Collins TD run.
Week 5 vs. IND
Receiving: 2 / 18 / 0 on 5 targets
Britt was mostly a non-factor in the game on Sunday night. He was used mostly out of the slot and had a couple of costly 3rd down drops early in the game. The rookie remains a high-ceiling prospect moving forward but his production will be limited week to week while playing in this offense.
Week 6 vs. NE
Receiving: 0 / 0 / 0 on 4 targets
Britt did not have a reception on Sunday but did have a costly illegal blocking penalty called on him after Chris Johnson had sprung loose for a 40 yard gain. The penalty brought the ball back 18 yards and in to Titans territory. Otherwise, Britt's affect on the game was minimal. He was targeted on a handful of passes --- including two long passes to the middle of the field - but was not able to make a reception.
Week 8 vs. JAX
Receiving: 1 / 7 / 0 on 1 targets
Rookie wideout Kenny Britt had only one target and catch in Week 8 against Jacksonville. Britt is not quite ready to break into the Titans' starting lineup, and even if he does it is still a risky fantasy position given the Titans lack of a strong passing attack.
Week 9 vs. SF
Rookie wideout Kenny Britt had zero targets in Week 9 and was barely on the field. With starters Nate Washington and Justin Gage dominating WR targets, Britt is practically worthless from a fantasy perspective and is safe to cut for better options.
Week 10 vs. BUF
Receiving: 2 / 55 / 0 on 4 targets
Britt got into the starting lineup because Justin Gage's back injury kept him from playing, and he made an impression by out-competing a defensive back for a 50/50 ball from Vince Young.
Week 11 vs. HOU
Receiving: 4 / 42 / 1 on 5 targets
Britt made an impact in his second NFL start, catching a TD from Vince Young on a crossing route in the red zone, and drawing multiple penalties from Texans defensive backs. Britt is running routes downfield, and he clearly has good chemistry with Young from their time together on the second team. Britt is a good pickup in deep leagues, as he should only improve as the season goes on, and Justin Gage's return timeframe is still unknown.
Week 12 vs. ARI
Receiving: 7 / 128 / 1 on 11 targets
Like Vince Young, Britt got a chance at redemption, and didn't squander it. He started out hot with a great run after a short crossing pattern catch in the first quarter, and Young also trusted Britt to block out and make the catch when he was covered well, including the first fourth-down conversion on the game-winning drive. Young took a few shots deep to Britt when he was single-covered, and Britt converted one in the fourth quarter, only to fumble the ball away when he was tackled from behind by Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. Britt got the target on the game's final play, and he skied for the ball, snatching it out of the air with both hands and taking a hit on the way down while securing the win. It's hard to imagine Justin Gage getting his job back when his back is better.
Week 13 vs. IND
Receiving: 3 / 46 / 1 on 9 targets
Britt made a couple of nice catches, including a very nice touchdown grab near the end of the half, and looked very dangerous on kickoff return. The Titans seemed to rely on him more and more to make a tough catch when they needed one. On a fourth down, they called is number in the end zone, and he held on to a jump ball but couldn't stay in bounds. Britt's a fighter: he fought hard for the ball in end zone, and another time fought to get away for a first down, from what looked like a sure tackle well behind the marker.
Week 14 vs. STL
Receiving: 2 / 75 / 0 on 2 targets
Britt has come along quickly as a rookie receiver. Britt is most productive with Vince Young at quarterback and with Young injured, it's hard to know what the next three games hold for Britt. That said, he's quickly becoming the downfield threat the Titans have needed since Derrick Mason left town. The Titans are utilizing him quite a bit on out routes, "go" routes, and downfield crosses (where he is having the most success). His two catches Sunday were both on deep patterns, one from Young and one from Collins. Britt's hands have endeared him to downfield routes in the passing game as offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger appears to trust Britt's combination of hands and athleticism over Nate Washington's pure speed.
Week 15 vs. MIA
Receiving: 2 / 32 / 0 on 2 targets
Britt had a quiet game. Though he had only two catches, one of them was an athletic leaping catch, which he caught in stride. Sort of Larry Fitzgerald-ish. Britt had a couple of games with 9 and 11 targets, but with Justin Gage getting back to full health, it looks like it's back to 2-3 targets per game.
Week 16 vs. SD
Receiving: 1 / 13 / 0 on 6 targets
Rookie wideout Kenny Britt split time with Justin Gage, not that it mattered much for Tennessee on a night where San Diego stifled the Titan passing game. Britt had one catch for a 13-yard gain in the second quarter but was targeted six times, including what should have been a 52-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter that hit him in his outstretched hands but fell incomplete. Britt had beaten the coverage and would have had the score if he had reeled in that challenging but possible grab.
Week 17 vs. SEA
Receiving: 1 / 14 / 0 on 1 targets
Britt caught the only pass thrown his way. He was the third option on a conservative passing day.