Titans quarterback Jake Locker practiced all week despite separating his left, non-throwing shoulder five days ago and is expected to not be limited during Sunday's game in San Diego. And he'll be joined by the Titans' best wide receiver, Kenny Britt , a least for a little while. Britt, who is a year removed from tearing an ACL, has undergone three knee surgeries in the past 12 months. But he appears ready to make his season debut after participating in all practices this week. Britt is expected to be on the field for somewhere between 15-25 snaps.
Last week, we were burned by Adrian Peterson when it looked like he would be very limited against the Jaguars. Maurice Jones-Drew and Trent Richardson also saw more playing time than anyone expected, too. I don't know how the Titans will act, but maybe estimated snap counts are overrated.
I understand if you want to wait one more week on Britt and see how he looks. That's probably the route I would take if I owned him. But taking Britt's immense talent into account with the fact that Nate Washington banged up, I have no problem with some people starting him in three-receiver leagues. The matchup certainly doesn't scare me.