[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="306" caption="Joe Murphy | Ketty Images"][/caption] Britt has struggled holding on to passes, and his teammates have started to poke fun at him by calling him "Question Mark." In fact, it seems his performance to this point in 2010 indicate that he has regressed, and have thrown his role as the teams top receiver into question. Britt has addressed his difficulties, "It has been horrible. I am disappointed in myself. I know I have to get better. They expect me to get better. And that's what I plan on doing.''
This is certainly not a good sign for a struggling franchise that already has question-marks at a number of position, particularly a short history of failing to field a group of receivers capable of helping the team's uncertainty at quarterback. Of course, any bad sign for a team in the AFC South is a good sign for the Indianapolis Colts and is the kind of thing fans in Indianapolis might find interesting.
If Britt falters, the Titans chances of finding their 2008 form begins to look more difficult and starts to make a team like the Houston Texans appear like the Colts unquestioned competition for the AFC South in 2010. For more, visit Jim Wyatt's story in the Tennessean.