5. Kendall Wright-WR-Tennessee Titans (49.4%)
After a weak opener, Wright’s ownership dropped below the 50% line, but he bounced back with a solid week two. Wright was targeted a team-high 11 times by Jake Locker and finished with seven catches for 54 yards and a touchdown.
Wright is a play-maker and a home run threat that the Titans need on the outside and should be their number one wide receiver the rest of the season. The Titans coaches have made a concerted effort to get Wright involved and it paid off Sunday.
Next week, Wright and the Titans host the Chargers who have given up massive receiving games to Andre Johnson and DeSean Jackson in the first two weeks of the season. Wright is a risky play but can be used as a WR3 or flex option this week and is definitely worth a roster spot as we approach bye-weeks and a need for greater depth at receiver.