According to ESPN’s Paul Kuharsky, Titans WR Kendall Wright “is the Titans’ best offensive player heading into his third season” and should see his “career yards per catch of 10.8 to jump under Ken Whisenhunt and Jason Michael.”
SMITTY: Kendall Wright just dropped 94 receptions for 1,079 yards and 2TDs, with an average of 11.5 YPC (10.8 is on his career). Those are fantastic numbers for a sophomore receiver that was handed awful quarterback play last year. While the health of Jake Locker is still a concern, Locker appears fully healthy at this point, and we might see Wright finally pull in some good touchdown production, possibly something in the 6-8TD range. Wide receivers usually breakout during their third season in the NFL, and even though Wright already had what I’d call a semi-breakout campaign as a sophomore, it appears that he did so under the radar, as his ADP is in the 8.03-8.09 range, which is next to receivers like Reggie Wayne, Terrance Williams, Hakeem Nicks and Dwayne Bowe. That’s a big-time steal, as the kid has fantasy WR2-type appeal. On a side note, Justin Hunter could have a nice second season as a Titan. Want 2014 full-season fantasy football cheat sheets?