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 Stats > Kenny Britt  
 
Wide Receiver, St. Louis Rams

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Draft: 2009 Round 1 (30)
College: Rutgers
Ht: 6’3”  Wt: 215 DOB: 1988-09-19 Age: 25
WR Rank Tier ADP-12
#37 5 7.05

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2009 TEN 16 6 75 42 701 16.7 3 88.1 5.5
2010 TEN 12 6 73 42 775 18.5 9 131.5 11.0
2011 TEN 3 3 26 17 289 17.0 3 46.9 15.6
2012 STL 14 0 90 45 589 13.1 4 82.9 5.9
2012 (Projected) STL       59 800 13.6 6 116.0  

2014 Outlook
Depth Chart
After a string of inconsistent performances over the first year and a half of his career, Britt finished the 2010 season strongly, recording 15 receptions for 302 yards and 2 touchdowns over his final three games and igniting hope that he was ready to put together a breakout performance in his third year in the league in 2011. That seemed to be happening with Britt posting 14 receptions for 271 yards and three touchdowns in his first two games of 2011 before he suffered tears to his ACL and MCL that ended his season in Week 3. Britt has clearly exhibited enough talent to be an upper tier receiver in the league but injuries, maturity, and off-field issues have prevented him from reaching his potential. In 2012, Britt figures to be the Titans number one wide receiver but he carries enormous risk from a fantasy perspective. The Titans quarterback situation is in flux, Britt had to undergo a second knee operation in May and his off the field issues are too numerous to list. Did we mention that Nate Washington is coming off a career season, the team used its 1st round pick on Kendall Wright and tight end Jared Cook was lights out over the final three games of last season?

Comment: Three knee surgeries for Britt in the last year - two on his right knee and one on his left. The Titans are hopeful he can ready for Week 1 of this season.

Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR3 Tavon Austin
WR2WR1 Kenny Britt
WR3WR2 Brian Quick
WR4WR4 Chris Givens
WR5WR5 Austin Pettis
WR6WR6 Stedman Bailey
Rams Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Britt making strong impression with Rams     -- Mon Aug 4 4:05 pm --

Quick, Bailey also standing out
There is no shortage of receivers making plays all over the field at camp, including several with great size. Kenny Britt has people around the team pinching themselves with what he is doing on the field and off, and there is a very strong buzz around third-year receiver Brian Quick and second-year receiver Stedman Bailey. If a few of them can keep it up, this offense has the potential to make significant strides. "A few of them really look like they are for real," said one member of the organization. "If they are, then that's a major game-changer." (CBS Sports)

FF Today's Take: Once again, Britt is worth gambling on in fantasy, although his 14th-round ADP is much more palatable than it has been in recent years. Quick has been long on potential since getting drafted in 2012 and his size-speed combination makes him intriguing if he can lock down a starting spot. Bailey will miss the first four games of the season due to suspension, but could enjoy some fantasy value late in the second half if Britt or Quick fails to impress or get injured.
Tavon Austin has system "down cold"     -- Mon Jun 23 3:45 pm --

Pettis, Britt also stood out among WRs for Rams during OTAs
Austin Pettis may have been the most consistent performer (in Rams camp), doing some of his best work in the red zone. It’s clear that QB Sam Bradford has a lot of confidence in him in that part of the field. Kenny Britt flashed big-play potential, spiced with emotion and energy. As for Tavon Austin, OC Brian Schottenheimer hinted his role might be expanded. “Moving him around to a lot of different spots. You’ll see us hand him the ball, do some different things. He’s playing so much faster just because he knows what we’re doing. He has the system down cold,” Schottenheimer said. (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

FF Today's Take: Pettis was easily Bradford's most trusted target before the quarterback's ACL injury, so his consistency this offseason should not come as a surprise. Britt adds a big-play element to the offense Bradford has not enjoyed in his time with the Rams, so he has significant fantasy upside. Austin, who led the receivers with 40 catches last year, did not adjust well initially but Schottenheimer did him no favors either. Look for Austin to be significantly more involved in 2014.

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