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Mohamed Massaquoi | WR

2011 Fantasy Football Outlook: This is a big season for both Mohamed Massaquoi and Brian Robiskie as they head into their third seasons in the league. Of the two I still hold out hope for Massaquoi as we saw him make an impact at times in his rookie season, but he struggled to improve in his second year, with a rotating quarterback situation.

Rookie Greg Little was brought in and could be the top receiver on this team if Massaquoi isn’t up for taking the job himself. Unfortunately, the Browns will have second year quarterback Colt McCoy under center and play in a projected run first offense. This makes Massaquoi worth passing on in standard and PPR redraft leagues as he will need to prove himself before being worthy of a roster spot.

Receptions Yards TD
2011 Projected Stats 48 647 3

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Receiving
Year Age G GS Rec Yds Y/R TD Lng R/G Y/G
2009 23 16 11 34 624 18.4 3 59 2.1 39.0
2010 24 15 14 36 483 13.4 2 41 2.4 32.2

Career

31

25

70

1107

15.8

5

59

2.3

35.7

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2010 Preview

Mohamed Massaquoi took over as the teams new No.1 receiver after Braylon Edwards was traded to the Jets. While Massaquoi is young he has shown flashes of promise and could be a good fantasy option at some point in his career.

2010 Fantasy Football Outlook

2009 Fantasy Year In Review: Mohamed Massaquoi took over as the teams top receiver after the Browns traded away Braylon Edwards to the Jets. On the season, Massaquoi showed flashes of being a fantasy relevant player as he proved he could make some plays.

Audio: WR Mohamed Massaquoi | 2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings

2010 NFL Fantasy Football Player Rankings: Massaquoi would be a possible top 35 fantasy receiver if he had a decent quarterback throwing him the football. Instead Massaquoi will have to deal with Jake Delhomme as his QB, and he couldn’t even make Steve Smith a good fantasy starter last year in Carolina.

Seeing that Delhomme had eighteen interceptions and only eight touchdowns on the year in 2009, I can’t recommend you draft Massaquoi as anything more than a late round flare. At some point this season the Browns talented second year wide out will have a game or two like his rookie year, but he probably won’t be a good consistent player.

Hopefully, by next season the Browns will have a better overall situation for Massaquoi to be a productive, fantasy relevant player.

Assets

- Big Play Ability

- No.1 Receiver

Liabilities

- Horrible Quarterback Situation

- Run Heavy Offense

- Hard Schedule To Throw Against

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