Kenny Britt | Tennessee Titans | WR
Height: 6-3 Weight: 218 | Born: 9/19/1988
2013 Experience: 5th Year
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Fantasy Football Outlook: Coming into a contract season, we should expect Britt to be moving on after the Titans selected Justin Hunter in the second round of the draft and Kendall Wright in the first round last year.
Chalk it up to an inability to stay healthy and off the field problems as the main reasons for Britt’s failure in Tennessee, but we could see a career year in 2013.
While I don’t have Britt’s projected numbers up high this year, he’s just the type of player who would have a big year, and then suck after he gets a new deal with another team. Anyway, Britt does present some upside because of the situation, but don’t look to him as more than a low-end WR3 at this time as Wright should be the favorite to lead the team in targets.
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2013 Fantasy Football Draft Prep: ADP's | Rankings | Mocks | Cheat Sheets + Auctions
To help you get ready for draft day you will notice articles for ADP advice, cheat sheets, mock drafts and projected stats for Kenny Britt here. During the season, you can also find regular weekly ranking articles at this section as well.
Summer of 2012: Fantasy Projections
Kenny Britt was off to a monster start, until a torn ACL ended his year. While it was nice to see Britt play well, it’s his commitment to changing his attitude and off the field problems that gives me hope for his long-term future.
Britt has had problems with maturity in the past, but if he’s sincere about making changes, his dynasty prospects will go up.
Currently Britt is the 18th receiver off the board in ADP trends, but I think that’s a little high because he’s had setbacks in his recovery. If Britt is fine during training camp, consider him a late WR2 value, but it would be sweet if you can grab him as your third receiver.
Update 7/18 – No one should question Kenny Britt’s talent to be an elite option at his position in the future and with this new found dedication off the field he’s trending in the right direction. Still, news that Britt went in for a third knee surgery in July is troubling. This time it was a minor surgery on his other knee, but we have to wonder if he will ever stay healthy for a full year of production.
Look to Britt as still a worthy WR4 but you may want to avoid him any higher than that as it looks like he will have a slower recovery than we expected.
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Summer of 2011: Fantasy Projections
If Kenny Britt could just get his head on straight he has the potential to be a No.1 type receiver for fantasy football leagues. That said, Britt has had his problems off the field, and a suspension from the league could come down in the next month.The addition of Matt Hasselbeck makes Britt worth looking at as a top 35 receiver this season, but don’t expect Britt to reach his 18.5 yard per catch average and nine touchdowns from a year ago. I do believe you will see Britt’s reception total move up as he heads into his third year, and should start the games he plays in. Still, Britt will likely suffer from some consistency issues, but if you can snag him up as a late No.3 or 4 receiver on your squad, he’s worth holding.
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2011 June: Troubled Off-Season
A bone head is a bone head and thus far Kenny Britt has chosen to conduct himself like one in his young pro career. This off-season, Britt showed us his true intelligence as he was resisted arrest for a traffic violation (Britt’s been arrested six times since 2009) on the same day that a Judge gave him a slap on the wrist in a separate matter.
I’m not even sure if the Titans will keep this guy on the team once of lockout ends, but he’s going to face discipline from the league when league activities get going again. Britt is still a young man, and as we’ve seen with many talented players, they get many chances in their young age so even if Britt fades away from the league for a year or two he may still resurface.
Here’s hoping he gets his life together in the future but for now, don’t bother thinking about this bone head for your fantasy team, let another chump in your league deal with him.
Kenny Britt has all the talent to be a very useful option in fantasy this up coming season. However, Britt is still a very young second year player, and it will probably take him until 2011, before he is ready to be the true No.1 in Tennessee.
2010 Fantasy Football Outlook
2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Kenny Britt showed his immaturity as a very young rookie last year, but he also showed flashes of his talent. For the season Britt posted over 700 yards receiving (16.7 yard per catch avg) and three touchdowns in the Titans’ offense.
2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Britt is still only twenty one years old and his immaturity has continued to show in his decisions off the field and on the practice field. Through it all he does have Coach Jeff Fisher in his corner even though the coach can dish out tough love.
In the end, Fisher knows what this kid can do, and I believe he wants him on the field like last season. Britt is still not ready for fantasy owners to entrust a starting role on their team, but he is worth stashing away on your roster at your draft.
As long as Britt continues to progress forwards this season, he should help you at different points for 2010 and will make for a stronger fantasy play in years after.
– Great Talent
– Good Quarterback
– Run First Offense
– Very Young Still