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Britt was targeted a team-high 11 times in Sunday's 37-27 loss to the Giants, racking up nine catches for 103 yards.

Britt surpassed 70 receiving yards in a game for just the second time all season. He's been inconsistent all season and will likely have a tough time approaching this type of production next week against Seattle.

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Britt caught 5-of-9 targets for 65 yards in Thursday's 12-6 loss to the Cardinals.

Britt topped seven targets for the first time this season, and he hit the 60-yard mark for just the fourth time. While he and Stedman Bailey are getting approximately the same number of looks, Bailey is the better option for the final two weeks of the season, though still a very risky play.

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Britt caught two passes on five targets for 52 yards during Sunday's 24-0 win over Washington.

After his big four-catch, 128-yard, one-touchdown performance in Week 11 against the Broncos, Britt has caught only five passes on 12 targets for 102 yards and no scores in his last three games combined. On the plus side, he's got a Week 15 matchup against a Cardinals defense that is allowing the sixth-most passing yards per game this season, though they held Britt to only 31 yards back in Week 10.

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Britt (back) had one catch on one target for 13 yards Sunday against the Raiders.

After catching four passes on seven targets for 128 yards and a touchdown in Week 11 against the Broncos, Britt has caught three passes on seven targets for 50 yards in his last two games combined. Not coincidentally, fellow wideout Stedman Bailey has posted the two best games of his career during that span, catching 12 passes on 15 targets for 189 yards and a touchdown. While Britt has the weapons to make a fantasy impact any week, he's just too inconsistent to rely upon in most fantasy formats.

Kenny Britt WR STL 27 Days

Britt (back) is listed as active for Sunday's game against Oakland, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

Britt's yardage output has been sporadic this season, but he has scored twice in his last four games and is averaging six targets over his last three outings, so he has a chance to provide his owners with some production Sunday against the 1-10 Raiders.

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Britt (back) is probable for Sunday's game against Oakland.

Britt practiced fully Thursday and Friday after missing Wednesday's practice, so his health isn't in any question. Britt is the clear leader at receiver for the Rams at the moment, but the weak volume of the St. Louis passing game leaves him a hit-or-miss fantasy prospect in most formats.

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Britt (back) practiced fully Thursday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

Britt manages nearly five targets per game, no matter who is under center, and his output during the past five contests (13 receptions for 280 yards and two touchdowns) has certainly been of use in certain formats. However, his Week 13 opponent, the Raiders, have been stingy against wide receivers over the last four games, allowing 9.5 YPC and three touchdown catches to the position.

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Britt (back) didn't take part in practice Wednesday, the Rams' official site reports.

Britt has brushed off a number of minor ailments to his knee, ankle, and hip this season, but no DNP has been handed down from high. A 128-yard outburst in Week 11 aside, he has recorded between 31 and 52 yards receiving in four of the past five games. However, with no real game breaker at Shaun Hill's disposal, Britt is a decent bet to go off in a given week. The final injury report of the week will reveal whether such an outcome is possible.

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Britt had two catches on five targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 27-24 loss at San Diego.

Britt dropped a long pass in the fourth quarter, but somewhat made up for it in the final two minutes, catching a rainbow pass from Shaun Hill for 27 yards, placing the ball inside the 10-yard line, to potentially set up either the game-tying field goal or game-winning touchdown. A few plays later, however, Hill threw a costly interception in the end zone, while ooking for Britt, to end the game. Meanwhile, Stedman Bailey had one of his best games of the season, catching 7-of-9 targets for 89 yards and a touchdown. Coming off an explosive, 128-yard, one touchdown performance against the Broncos, it was certainly a disappointing output for Britt owners. He'll look to get back on track in Week 13 against a below average Raiders' pass defense.

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Britt had four catches on seven targets for 128 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Broncos.

With Shaun Hill back under center for the first time since Week 1, Britt posted his best game of the season, nearly doubling his previous season-high in receiving yards. He also tied his season-high in targets and showed Sunday that he can still be a solid downfield threat by scoring on a 63-yard pass play in the first quarter. However, Hill did spread the ball around quite a bit, so it's tough to depend on Britt to make a big impact, particularly in Week 12 against a Chargers defense ranked ninth in passing yards allowed per game this season.