Kendall Wright, WR, Titans
|WR - #23||73.53||TEN||Probable||3 years||25||5'10||196|
2014 Outlook: Solid/Safe PickLast updated on Jul-11-2014 by Jeb Gorham
Kendall Wright is a solid WR2 and a better WR3 pick. His 158 grabs over his first two seasons look good on paper, but (as a slot receiver) might not be what you are looking for. His low yards per reception and low TD totals make him a slightly less coveted fantasy play. Ken Whisenhunt likes Wright and will work to get him involved, so the former Baylor Bears WR might be worth a better look this season. The big downside is Wright may only produce starter-quality stats in PPR leagues and will be reliant upon an injury-prone QB and an undependable offense.
Editor's note: Wright's high-volume reception total will be difficult to replicate, especially if he cannot form the same type of chemistry with Locker. He is the safest fantasy WR on the team though.
FFToolbox NFL News & Rumors12/7 - Who's in and who's out of the early games in Week 14?
12/2 - Titans WR Justin Hunter to miss rest of season with spleen injury
12/1 - Titans WR Justin Hunter remains hospitalized with lacerated spleen
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2014 Mock Draft Results
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 21
|5.04||FFMagicMan - Love Wright's potential in 2014 - if Locker can play a full season, with Whisenhunt's creative play-calling...PPR monster and a fantastic WR2 for your squad.|
FFToolbox Mock Draft July 14
July 14, 2014
|5.09||#5 World Ranked - After starting with 2 RB's and a QB thru 4 rounds, I needed to start building my WR depth. Wright is a rising PPR star who once again should get 90+ catches. It's hard to believe he won't improve on his horrible TD total from last year.|
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