Britt could have had a 12-15 TD season.

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  1. jessestylex

    jessestylex DeadGirlsCantSayNo

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    He had 7 TD's before he missed all those weeks. Plus he didnt play the 2nd half last Sunday. i think with a full season and no injurys he could lead the league in WR TD's. Does anyone know what WR had the most TD' this regular season?
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    Dwayne Bowe with 15 TDs.

    Britt would've been right there with him. He was on his way to 2+ TDs against the Chargers when he got hurt. The pass VY threw was perfect and would've been a TD, but Kenny pulled his hamstring on route to make the catch.
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    Bowe led with 15, then Jennings and C Johnson with 12.

    Britt could definitely match that. And should. I'm getting worried that he can't stay healthy, though. He really needs to take this offseason to learn how to take care of his body over the long haul.
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    Kenny could make 15 TD's look childish. If he gets serious, he could be the best WR next year.
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    If VY and Britt stay healthy for 16 games we are 9-7 or 10-6 and Jeff Fisher's job is not an issue.
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    ^^ Probably true. Maybe even if just Britt stayed healthy we would have weathered the QB storm.
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    I'd take it one game further and say 10-6 or 11-5... and playoffs.

    VY was playing in his prime. Britt was playing out of his mind and looked better than anyone in the league.

    But, IMO, Fisher would have to win at least one playoff game to be worth staying. No more one and done BS.
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    it starts with Britt coming into camp in shape!!! Think about how often he has been injured. CJ played through 6 games hurt this yr. He took more hits every game than Britt would in 2 games maybe more still played through it. Maybe Britt should learn to play through the pain.
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    :rolleyes: typical apologist dribble.

    always some reason why fisher cant make it happen.... as long as its not him
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    I don't think he's a Fisher apologist... at least not now.

    He's just stating the facts... whether we like them or not. No one is defending Fisher for the past two terrible seasons. There are no excuses.

    If VY plays every game last season, we're in the playoffs. If VY and Britt play in every game this season, we're in the playoffs.
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