Cleveland Browns Mohamed Massaquoi Has The Right Stuff To Lead The Way

May 25, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Considering the state of the Cleveland Browns offense last year, Mohamed Massqauoi had a very successful rookie season. Mohamed had 34 catches for 624 yards and three touchdowns to lead the Browns' receivers.
Massaquoi averaged 18.4 yards per catch and was often the only Browns vertical threat. Pittsburgh's Mike Wallace, also a rookie, led the league with 19.6, but had a much better quarterback playing catch with him.
Massaquoi compiled that average despite the fact that he is not a true burner, with a 4.57 40 yard dash to his credit. Not to mention, Derek Anderson and Brady Quinn were throwing to him.
Massaquoi does need to do a better job actually catching the ball at times, as he was among the league leaders in drops with seven in 2009.
He also was inconsistent at times, having a big game and then tending to disappear, but that was indicative of the Browns passing game as a whole.
For all of us who have suffered through Braylon's many miscues, the drops make...

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