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Britt has been hobbled by injury to this point in the 2012 season, but he says he feels confident in his ability to make plays against Pittsburgh.
Titans receiver Kenny Britt told The Tennessean's Jim Wyatt Wednesday he feels confident in the strength of his injured ankle, even to the point where he's feeling better than he has this entire year.
Part of the reason the Titans have been one of the weakest big-play teams in the NFL has been attributed to Britt's ankle injury. It limited him to just 27 snaps in Tennessee's 30-7 loss at Minnesota, and he caught just two passes for 23 yards.
Britt is the big time playmaker the Steelers should fear. These kinds of players are the guys who can bust up overall statistical advantages, particularly when he could be healthy enough to make a difference in the game.
He has good size and tremendous athletic ability, and if he really is ready to let it rip, expect the Titans to try to get him the ball early, keeping momentum out of the heavily favored Steelers' hands.