Tennessee Titans: Four Things To Watch Moving Forward

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Kenny Britt/Kendall Wright

Tennessee Titans: Four Things To Watch Moving Forward

Sep 8, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright (13) is tackled by safety Shamarko Thomas (29) during the second half at Heinz Field. The Titans won the game, 16-9. Mandatory Credit: Jason Bridge-USA TODAY Sports

I bring these two up in “wanting to see more” for a reason not similar the previous two. Britt and Wright were both very quiet on Sunday and I’m sure a lot can be attributed to that, but it doesn’t leave me smiling on the situation.

Both of them are first-round draft picks, possess tremendous ability and are potential big-play makers. So then why do they together only contribute three total catches for 26 yards? It just really blows my mind.

You can put some of that on Locker and making some bad tosses, but how can these two only come together to put up 26 yards. Let that register…26 yards all game. Nate Washington led the Titans in receiving with 46 yards, which is still more than those two combined.

Many things can impact the performance of a receiver, but it just seems like productivity isn’t there with those two, which needs to change. It has only been one game so things can change easily, hopefully we see more production from this duo moving forward.

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