Titans WR Kendall Wright has cracked rib
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Titans WR Kendall Wright has cracked rib

Tenneessee Titans rookie wide receiver Kendall Wright sustained a cracked rib Monday night. When going up for a pass in the fourth quarter, Wright took a blow to his rib cage from Jets CB Antonio Cromartie. The only rookies with 100-plus targets this season are Justin Blackmon @JustBlack81 and Wright, in what has been a successful individual season for the receiver out of Baylor. No official announcement has been made but the early reports suggest Wright would miss the Titans' final two games.

Fantasy Analysis:

Nate Washington would figure to see an increase in playing time if Wright is done for the season and to a lesser extent, Damian Williams @DwillOne7. Neither player is much of a fantasy option at this stage of the game, but Kenny Britt @KennyBritt_18 could get a bump for some as a flex play. Wright has been Tennessee's most reliable receiver but this offense has a long way to go to produce a start-worthy fantasy receiver in the future.

Source:
The Tennessean

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