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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Yet another week, and there are still more questions than answers when it comes to Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt.
In Sunday's 26-17 loss to the Chiefs, the former first-round draft pick had only one catch for nine yards. More notable, he had two glaring drops -- one in the end zone for a touchdown and one on a crucial third down-and-2 late in the game -- from passes thrown by quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
"I don't know if he's pressing so hard because he wants to make a play that the easiest catches are becoming hard catches," Titans coach Mike Munchak said of the fifth-year pro, who was expected to be the team's lead receiver this season in the final year of his initial contract.
Britt has caught only six passes this season, although being targeted 22 times, for only 52 yards and no touchdowns. With a long of 15 yards, he is averaging only 8.7 yards per catch. Conversely, fellow Titans receivers Kendall Wright (26 catches for 266 yar...
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With so many teams needing a wide receiver and the fact that the Titans have distanced themselves from Kenny Britt lately, there’s a chance Britt could end up getting traded, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
La Canfora brought up the point that there are teams like the Patriots, Ravens and 49ers that need receivers and could end up making a move.
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According to Titans HC Mike Munchak, WR Kenny Britt will see his playing time reduced moving forward, per Terry McCormick.
Munchak added that “the only way for him to get out of his slump is to play through it.“
Britt, 25, is entering the final year of his contract, but has been so underwhelming this season that it’s really not all that surprising to see his playing time...
Are the Tennessee Titans finally running out of patience with Kenny Britt?
On Sunday Britt served as the third receiver when he was on the field for a good part of the game. Granted Britt was out last week with sore ribs and a sore neck so the Titans could have been easing him back and preferring to use Kendall Wright and Nate Washington as their primary receivers on normal sets...
Kenny Britt knows he has not played well this season.
It has reflected of late in his diminished playing time as Britt did not start last week against the Kansas City Chiefs in his first game back from missing a week with a sore neck and ribs.
It also has the Tennessee Titans themselves in a predicament because they want Britt to play his way out of the slump he has been in all...
Brandon Copeland was a very dominant defensive end for Penn an Ivy league school. Copeland was a freak off the edge, and caused quite a bit of problems for quarterbacks. Well today Brandon was signed to the Tennessee Titans practice squad. This kid finished his college career, with 111 career tackles and 11 sacks. This kid […]
Seven players have worked as the Titans' primary starting middle linebacker since the team moved to Tennessee in 1997.
Only Randall Godfrey rated as an every-down player by design.
Other middle linebackers got a chance to play as part of the nickel package but Stephen Tulloch and Colin McCarthy were there mostly because the other two linebackers weren't good enough or...
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has one start under his belt this season and he was slow out of the gate.
Fitzpatrick expects to be sharper from the get-go on Sunday in Seattle when he’ll step in again for an injured Jake Locker.
“Obviously I had a tough start’’ said Fitzpatrick who went 5-of-14 for 31 yards in the first half against the Chiefs. “But I got more comfortable...
Pardon the belated nature of this post, but here's how the NFL has the Tennessee Titans lining up in Week 5's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
Offense (69 total)
QB: Ryan Fitzpatrick 69
RB/FB: Chris Johnson 52, Jackie Battle 17, Collin Mooney 6
TE: Delanie Walker 66, Craig Stevens 11, Taylor Thompson 10
WR: Nate Washington 57, Kendall Wright 55, Kenny Britt 35...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- The Kansas City Chiefs realize they have plenty of room for improvement even as one of the NFL's last three undefeated teams. The Tennessee Titans need to get their running game going if they're going to survive until Jake Locker returns.
Jamaal Charles ran for 108 yards and the go-ahead touchdown with 6:23 left, Ryan Succop kicked four field goals and...
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The Titans’ game against the Chiefs this week was a matchup between the two teams who had benefitted the most from the turnover battle, as both were an AFC best -9 coming into the game. The Titans lost the game because they lost the turnover battle, but they could have easily won if they didn’t. First downs (20 to 19 Kansas City), yards (353 to...
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has had the Chiefs' number in the past. The former Buffalo Bill had a 4-1 record against the Chiefs going into Sunday’s game.Playing because of an injury to Jake Locker his Tennessee Titans took on Kansas City in Nashville, and Fitzpatrick wished to make the most of it.Fitzpatrick scored on nine yard run to put the Titans up 17 – 13 early in the...