by Ray Kuhn
Kenny Britt has been an enigma his entire career. Britt has talent, that much we know. But the production has never consistently been there enough to count on as an every week contributor. At times in 2009 and 2010, yes that was the case, but after that he pretty much fell off fantasy radars.
The Rams’ offense isn’t exactly an incubator for fantasy football success, but it looks like Britt is experiencing a renaissance. With Shaun Hill back under center, Britt had his best game this season.
Going into the day, Britt had 21 catches for 312 yards and two touchdowns, with only two games standing out. Britt caught five passes (a season high) for 69 yards against the Cowboys and then week after he had three catches for 68 yards and a touchdown against the Eagles.
Britt was targeted seven times against the Broncos this week and he looked like the big play threat we grew accustomed to a few years ago. He caught four passes for 128 yards and a touchdown as a down field threat. However, what struck me, is that Britt was targeted seven times.
But if Britt can repeat this week’s performance, then he will be a fantasy asset the rest of the way as a borderline WR3 or FLEX option.