Kenny Britt

Kenny Britt

WR - CLE
Height: 6' 3"Weight: 223 lbsAge: 29College: RutgersDrafted: #30 (1st Rd. by Tennessee)

2017 Outlook

Strength of Schedule:
26th easiest for WRs
Draft Rank (ECR) #102
Best / Worst #65 / #228
ADP #147

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Co-top WR in CLE, but QB situation a mess.

Britt played well on a bad Rams team last season, and now he will be starting for a bad Browns team this season where he has value, just not big-time value as the Browns' passing game will be underdeveloped.

Britt goes from a bad Rams team to a bad Browns team, but he showed he could still be successful on a bad offense with the Rams. The quarterback options in Cleveland aren't great. Cody Kessler and DeShone Kizer don't exactly inspire much confidence, and Britt has to compete with up-and-coming star receiver Corey Coleman for targets. That being said though, he could still get a fair share of targets and be a useful receiver.

Britt gets an upgrade at QB moving away from Goff, and is the only decent receiving option on a team that will be playing in positive passing game scripts all season. Britt is a discount and a safe bet for consistent play.

Britt played well on a bad Rams team last season, and now he will be starting for a bad Browns team this season where he has value, just not big-time value as the Browns' passing game will be underdeveloped.

Britt finds a new home in Cleveland after a career year in 2016. Corey Coleman may eventually become the top option in what should be a better passing attack in 2017. Auction Value $9

Some are calling Britt a steal where he's being drafted, but I'd say that he's right where he should be. Did you know that he had never totaled more than 775 yards in any one season before 2016? Or how about the fact that he has recorded more than five touchdowns just once in his career? Now he's going to a team that's got Corey Coleman, an up-and-coming phenom, and David Njoku, the top tight end prospect on some analysts boards. But the real story is that he's going to be catching passes from either Cody Kessler, a quarterback who threw just six touchdowns on 195 attempts last year, or DeShone Kizer, a rookie whose college coach said that he should still be in college.

1000 yds and 5 TD's without a NFL QB throwing to him. Playerprofiler.com has his target premium as #2 WR, that's the additional points per target above what would be expected of the average/replacement WR in the same offense.