In writing up the post where I named Matt Hasselbeck the 2011 Tennessee Titans Offensive MVP, I thought about who I would have named in past seasons. 2009, Chris Johnson was an easy call. 2008, I think I did name Michael Roos, in honor of the overall team offensive effort. For 2010, it was Kenny Britt, with whom the Titans were a pretty good offense and without whom, well, they weren't much of an offense, even with Chris Johnson have a better year and giving more effort than he seemed to give in 2011. That got me thinking to what Kenny Britt could have done with a full season.Let's start with Britt's raw numbers:Receptions
Remember, those numbers came in just under two and a half games. Let's prorate those five halves of football over a full season and see what we get:Receptions
Those numbers would be kind of insane. But, you know, somebody actually did come sort of close to those num...