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|After a largely unproductive rookie season in 2010, McCluster saw his role increase in 2011 due to a season-ending injury to Jamaal Charles in Week 2. McCluster rolled up 844 total yards and a pair of touchdowns working mostly out of the backfield… decent production but hardly awe-inspiring. With Charles returning from injury and the team having signed Peyton Hillis to supplement him in the backfield, it appears that McCluster will move back to his slot receiving role in 2012, effectively torpedoing what little fantasy value he had. Basically, McCluster hasn’t shown much, if any, playmaking ability in that role and he will serve as the team’s fourth wide receiver behind Dwayne Bowe, Steve Breaston and Jonathan Baldwin. It appears that McCluster’s fantasy value hinges on an injury to a player ahead of him on the depth chart. He should be waiver wire material in all but the deepest of leagues.
| Kendall Wright out for Week 10 -- Fri Nov 13 1:00 pm --|
Titans will be without top receiver
|Not practicing today for @Titans: Kendall Wright and Jason McCourty. Returning: Dexter McCluster and Zach Brown.
Kendall Wright is out for Sunday. (Jim Wyatt on Twitter)|
FF Today's Take: Wright will miss his second straight game with a knee injury. Harry Douglas, Justin Hunter and Dorial Green-Beckham will be the top three receivers for Marcus Mariota.
|Antonio Andrews tabbed as Titans' workhorse RB -- Fri Nov 6 10:05 pm --|
Sankey and McCluster relegated to backup roles
|Tennessee Titans interim head coach Mike Mularkey said Tuesday the team will be giving the bulk of carries at running back to second-year player Antonio Andrews, beginning with Sunday's game against the New Orleans Saints. The decision to identify Andrews as the starter differs from the "running back by committee' approach the team took under former head coach Ken Whisenhunt. Andrews, Bishop Sankey and Dexter McCluster have all seen time as Tennessee's main back this season. (Fox Sports)|
FF Today's Take: Andrews is available on most waiver wires, and while the Titans' running game has been anemic thus far, the second-year RB is likely to get 15 carries this week against a porous Saints' defense.