• 1st in Deep Pass Catch Percentage (56.52%)
• Tied for 3rd in Deep Pass Touchdowns (6)
• Tied for 4th in Deep Pass Receptions (13)
• 7th in Total Deep Pass Yardage (477)
By these calculations Britt's skills downfield put him on par with the likes of Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace, Detroit's Calvin Johnson, Denver's Brandon Lloyd (who is largely seen as likely to never have a season like that again) and Philly's DeSean Jackson.
Of course, the ceiling for Britt isn't really known yet. It's entirely possible that he could develop into the most dangerous WR in the league, especially when you consider that he's also a threat on short routes and over the middle (unlike say Jackson or Lloyd). But we all know the caveat: he might not ever get there if he can't get his head on straight and quit getting into trouble off the field. Britt's incidents have been small so far, but as long as they keep happening you have to be worried that it's only a matter of time before the big one is coming.
One last note on this that gramsey is sure to enjoy: Kenny isn't the only Titans receiver to appear on this list, as Nate Washington is tied for 9th place in Deep Pass Targets (32). I'm assuming the only reason Washington doesn't appear again is because there isn't a list given for Deep Pass Drops.