Fantasy Football Sleeper Spotlight: Is Mohamed Massaquoi Worth the Gamble?

July 3, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

While the Browns failed to settle on the man at the helm of their offense all year long, Mohamed Massaquoi some how stepped out of the shadows to emerge as a name worth knowing. While on the surface his numbers were modest at best, the flashes of greatness he showed spoke volumes of his potential.
Massaquoi caught 34 passes, which was tied for the team lead (and led the team with 624 yards). It’s a low number, so that leads to a fair question—is it the receiving corps or quarterbacks who were that bad? Let’s look to see how the two QBs fared:
Brady Quinn - 136-256 for 1,339 yards and 8 TD Derek Anderson - 81-182 for 888 yards and 3 TD Just to compare, while the Browns QBs completed 219 passes, their opponents completed 319. Another way to look at it—there were 23 QBs who had more completions alone then the Browns duo had combined.
It’s clear what the Browns thought, because it was the QBs sent packing, not the WRs. In 2010, it will b...

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