Britt caught six passes off of 11 targets for 63 yards in Sunday's loss to the Bengals. Britt's six receptions were his most since Week 3 and his 11 targets marked a season high. Despite leading the Rams in receiving yards, Britt has averaged just over two catches per game this season and hasn't scored since Week 2. Given the fact that the Rams rank at the bottom of the league in passing yards and touchdowns, Britt shouldn't be expected to all of a sudden become a fantasy-worthy producer.
Britt caught two of his five targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 16-13 loss to Baltimore. Britt didn't seem to have any more chemistry with Case Keenum than he did with Nick Foles, and it resulted in another mediocre day for Britt. He has had two great games this season, combining for 10 catches and 189 yards, but hasn't equaled either total in the other eight games combined.
Britt tallied six yards on a single reception in Sunday's 37-13 defeat at the hands of Chicago. Britt was targeted three times, tied for fifth-most on the team. Nobody outside of Todd Gurley is a reliable option in the St. Louis offense, so leave Britt on the bench if he's even on the roster.
Britt caught three of his five targets for 87 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings. A week after being shut out in the target department, the veteran led all Rams receivers in yardage on Sunday, illustrating his inconsistent role in the offense. He has the potential to produce when given the chance, but he simply isn't used consistently enough to warrant weekly consideration. The Rams will square off with the Bears in Week 10.
Britt did not register a target in Sunday's 27-6 win against San Francisco. Britt had been more of a focal point earlier in the season, but Tavon Austin seems to have taken over that spot from him. He's still going to be the No. 2 receiver for the extended future, but that doesn't mean much in St. Louis.
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