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Week 2 vs. PIT
Receiving: 5 / 41 / 0 on 7 targets
Britt was the guy that the Steelers left open on the final two drives of the game. Collins looked to him early and often during this garbage time play, and Britt caught four of the six passes thrown his way. However, these were more 'possession' type receptions, the longest being only 11 yards. Britt was a non-factor for 47 minutes in this game.
Week 3 vs. NYG
Receiving: 2 / 26 / 1 on 2 targets
Britt looked invisible for most of this game, largely by the fact that Tennessee leaned so heavy on the run. Britt's production took a big hit, and could only haul in two passes. He had an impressive catch in the back of the endzone, out jumping a Giants defender for the ball. Britt seemed to gain little separation in many of his routes and Young looked elsewhere on third down to move the chains.
Week 4 vs. DEN
Receiving: 3 / 23 / 1 on 7 targets
Britt looked his usual inconsistent self on Sunday. He had a
great touchdown catch from Young, as Young bought Britt some time in
the endzone to unravel and get open.
That was the highlight of the day for Britt, as he disappointed
everywhere else when he was targeted. He failed to make the catch on
an early jump ball with a Titan defender in which he had the
advantageous position. Late in the game, he made a similar mistake and
totally misplayed a ball that should have been caught for a very
meaningful Titan first down. Britt also looked silly the next play,
letting a perfectly thrown pass from Young slip through his hands, and
fall incomplete over his shoulder.
Week 5 vs. DAL
Receiving: 4 / 86 / 1 on 6 targets
Britt played well against the Cowboys. He was targeted deep four times against the Cowboys and once inside the redzone. His best catch came on a deep pass down the middle from Vince Young where Britt ran a "go" route and made a finger-tip catch in the middle of the field. He fell down but quickly jumped up and sprinted to the end zone for an 80 yard touchdown. However, the play was overturned on review when it was shown that a Dallas defender had gotten a hand on Britt as he fell, thus ending the play. Britt caught one touchdown on a curl earlier in the game that saw him line up on the right side, run to the end zone and then make a curl inside around his defender leading to the easy score.
Week 6 vs. JAX
Receiving: 2 / 33 / 1 on 5 targets
Early on, Vince Young hit Britt twice in 1 on 1 coverage and it looked like he could have a big day. Britt showed great strength and determination on his touchdown when he was able to get through a couple of Jaguars DBs and carry them into the end zone. He had a 15 yard 1st down reception called back, but other than that the Titans never asked much from the downfield passing game after jumping out to an early lead.
Week 7 vs. PHI
Receiving: 7 / 225 / 3 on 10 targets
Kenny Britt was held out of the game until the middle of the second quarter for disciplinary reasons (caught fighting at a night club earlier in the week) but he more than made up for the missed time once he entered the game. Britt torched the Eagles' secondary who just could not contain him at all despite double coverage. Britt was open all over the field, from sideline to sideline, over the middle and deep down the field. He finished with a career day with 225 yards and three touchdowns on just seven catches. There is no denying that he is a legitimate weapon and a must start every week from here on out after scoring a touchdown in five consecutive weeks --- as long as Britt avoids any suspensions.
Week 8 vs. SD
Receiving: 0 / 0 / 0 on 1 targets
After last week's breakout game, owners had to be disappointed with Britt's early exit in this one. He got his hands on a first quarter deep ball from Vince Young that could have been caught. Britt stretched at the last moment to reach for it, but couldn't haul it in. However, the stretch probably tested the limits of his hamstring, as he came down lame after the incompletion. He limped off the field grabbing the back of his right leg, and did not return.
Week 14 vs. IND
Receiving: 4 / 39 / 0 on 8 targets
Britt looked good in his return to the field and the Titans were keen to get him involved early and often. Britt excelled at finding soft spots in zone coverage on defenses and then showing his large frame to his QB for a big window to throw into. Britt has tremendous size and is tough to bring down in the open field as he is as strong as he is fast. He caught numerous balls for first downs by simply turning around and waiting for the football, out jumping everybody for the ball. He did fumble the ball early in the game, showing poor awareness of the Colt DE as he stripped Britt. Britt is returning from injury and the Titans were happy to lean on Johnson, leading to Britt's somewhat disappointing day but he has bigger things to come down the line.
Week 15 vs. HOU
Receiving: 6 / 128 / 0 on 9 targets
Britt put on a clinic in his second game back from injury. The only thing he didn't do was score. His bread and butter was a simple button-hook route in single coverage, which Collins hit with pinpoint accuracy.
The highlight reel will show you this one though: A brilliant combination of luck and concentration, as he swooped in for the tipped pass and a 59 yard gain. Collins simply threw too far ahead of Britt, and into coverage, so the tip gave him the time he needed to get to the ball, and he didn't even have to break his stride to catch it. Britt made a number of other impressive plays, showing sharp focus on the sideline in keeping in bounds on a tough catch, and even on one diving catch that he couldn't hang on to as he hit the ground.
Week 16 vs. KC
Receiving: 4 / 89 / 1 on 9 targets
Britt's TD was one of just a handful of exciting plays for the Titans. Not only did he burn Carr deep, but he then pulled in the underthrown ball and pulled the defender into the endzone, showcasing the strength that he has. Aside from a couple other receptions though, Britt was unable to get on the same page with Collins in this matchup. There were a number of times where Collins badly overthrew him, and it made you wonder who was on the wrong page? Britt has talent like few other WR's in this league, and has the ability to be a superstar WR.
Week 17 vs. IND
Receiving: 5 / 85 / 1 on 9 targets
Britt has a huge future, as he showed again by blowing past the Colts cornerbacks for an easy 21 yard touchdown. Britt is very hard to stop, as he has great speed, bigtime size and seems to catch everything that comes in his path. Collins did a great job of feeding him the ball, while the Colts focused on stopping the run. Britt did get nicked up again in this one though, which has to be of some concern, as he hasn't been able to stay healthy. But Britt is ready to have a huge 2011, assuming of course, the Titans can fix their QB problems.