10. WR Kenny Britt, 30th Overall in 2009 Draft
It’s certainly frustrating for Titans fans to see Kenny Britt playing today. After being perennially underwhelming at best and an utter disappointment at worst, Kenny Britt is finally playing the best football of his life. Britt never put up WR1 numbers with the Titans as his highest yardage total with the team was 775 yards in his sophomore season. Britt also had various significant injuries and trouble with the law during his stint with the team. The Titans let Britt walk after 2013 and the wideout signed with former coach Jeff Fisher and the St. Louis Rams. Britt put up solid numbers for two years before reaching his first 1,000 yard season in 2016 despite bad quarterback play, coaching turnover, and a “middle school offense“. Britt has since signed a big deal with the Cleveland Browns in free agency.
Unfortunately for Britt however, this list is ordered based on a players impact with the Titans, so he suffers in much the same way as Pacman Jones further down the list: he became a good player following his disappointing tenure with the team. For that reason, Britt will never be able to move up any higher on this list.