NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Kenny Britt feels as if he's finally shaking off the rust from being out most of last season and missing chunks of this year with other leg injuries.
The Titans receiver says he hopes the Buffalo Bills try to double-team him on Sunday because he trusts his teammates will make them pay.
Britt being healthier than he's been in more than a year gives Tennessee a full group of receivers, and that could have the offense looking up just when the Titans are trying to put together a winning streak.
Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck gets to choose from Nate Washington, rookie Kendall Wright, tight end Jared Cook and even Chris Johnson. Britt says there's enough passes to go around.
Buffalo coach Chan Gailey says having Britt back makes a big difference.
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