Kenny Britt managed to have a 1,000-yard season despite having Case Keenum and Jared Goff as his quarterbacks (he also played in 15 games). He headed to Cleveland this offseason where he’ll replace Terrelle Pryor as the top receiving threat in the offense.
The most impressive part about Britt last year was just how consistent he was. Excluding Week 15, when he left early with an injury, Britt had at least four receptions or 40 yards in every game. While those numbers don’t jump out, it’s good production from someone who can be the WR3 or WR4 on your fantasy squadron.
Not often do you see a player in his eighth season set career-highs, so Britt will have to prove last year wasn’t a fluke. He could have a hard time doing so in the Browns’ offense, which is run-heavy and features one of the worst quarterback groups in the league.
2017 Bottom Line
Britt isn’t a sexy pick, but he could end up being a late-round steal. He was a surprise standout player just a year ago, and if he’s able to maintain a similar level of success, he could be an every-week starter, depending on your league settings.