Kendall Wright, WR, Titans
|WR - #50||155.76||TEN||Active||4 years||26||5'10||191|
2015 Outlook: Quality BackupLast updated on Dec-13-2015 by Shawn Childs
Week 14 DFS Update (12/13): Wright only has five catches for 47 yards on 11 targets in his last two games. Last week he suffered a rib issue, which puts him at risk to play on Sunday, Even if he is able to play, he has too much downside at this point of the season.
Week 13 DFS Update (12/5): Wright struggled in his first game back in the starting lineup after missing three games. He caught only two of his seven targets for 19 yards. This season he has four catches or less in seven of his eight games, with one 100-yard receiving game and three TDs. He is averaging only 6.6 targets per game. In 2014 Wright had five catches for 79 yards on six targets in two games vs. the Jaguars. Jacksonville is about league average in WR Fantasy defense (12 TDs). Should improve with a game under his belt, but he still needs game score to work in his favor.
After his breakthrough season in 2013 (94/1,079/2), Wright struggled to make an impact last year due a poor play by the Titans' offense and a hand injury that cost him a couple of games. Kendall only had one 100-yard receiving game and one game with more than nine targets. Wright is a solid possession receiver with 100-catch upside with a more dynamic offense. He flashed consistency in 2013 when he caught five catches or more in 12 of 16 games. The QB upgrade should increase his value again this year, but I'd think of him as an 80-catch guy for 900-plus yards with a handful of TDs. He has an upside WR3 skill set in 2015.
2015 Mock Draft Results
August 5th, 2015
|10.10||Scott Atkins - The #1 WR in Tennessee in the 10th round. This is a value pick all the way around. Target him all year. (Comments Added Wed Aug 12 2:06:36 p.m. ET 2015)|
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