Week Seventeen Analysis: Kenny Britt hasn't put up anything close to the consistency that he had in previous seasons, but there's a soft glimmer of hope in the stretch run of the season. Britt has now scored or topped 100 yards in four of the last five, but that comes with a major asterisk. In the three games he scored, he did not top 41 yards or three receptions, while in the other two games he registered eight catches for 143 yards and one grab for seven yards. A matchup with the Jaguars can go any direction. They've given up a couple of huge yard totals to wideouts this season, but have only allowed multiple wide receiver scores in three games.
Week Fifteen Analysis: Is this the sign that Kenny Britt is returning to his thrilling days of yesteryear? Maybe. The mercurial wideout gained 143 yards on eight catches last week, and scored in each of the two prior weeks, giving him three straight palatable performances. He hasn't done that since the beginning of last season, so here's hoping he keeps it up this week against the Jets. Gang Green poses a big threat to passing numbers, as the Jets are the only team in the NFL who have yet to allow a wide receiver to go over the 100-yard mark this season. Furthermore, the Jets have not allowed a wideout to top 71 yards in the last seven games. He'll see a lot of Antonio Cromartie, making this a tough matchup.
Week Ten Analysis: The Titans' starting quarterback Jake Locker is returning, and while he may be rusty, he's a much more dynamic playmaker than Matt Hasselbeck. And, while Locker is finally healthy, Kenny Britt's name has not been on the injury report in weeks. It's a nice matchup for both players. The Dolphins are allowing an average of nearly 17 passing first downs per game, but have allowed a league-low 25 total first downs on the ground this season. Their run defense is undeniably good, while their passing defense is absurdly bad. The stars seem aligned for Britt to put out his best performance of the season in South Florida.
Week Seven Analysis: It seems as if Kenny Britt is finally starting to turn the corner in Tennessee. Last week against the Steelers, Britt was the most targeted wide receiver and the only one to score. Last week Matt Hasselbeck and Britt only connected on four of 11 targets. Hopefully they're more in synch to take advantage of a lousy Buffalo secondary. In only six games, the Bills have allowed five different players to top 88 receiving yards and score in the same contest. Buffalo is allowing the 9th-most WR yards, and the second-most WR touchdowns.