KFFL.com, a premiere fantasy site, says that Browns WR Mohamed Massaquoi should cross the goal-line 4 to 6 times in 2010, but drops remain a major concern:
Pros: The former Georgia Bulldog averaged 18.4 yards per reception during his rookie campaign. His big-play capabilities were on show in his eight-catch, 148-yard game Week 4. Massaquoi is the most explosive option in this passing game, and even Jake Delhomme should be an upgrade over Brady Quinn and Derek Anderson behind center.
Cons: Massaquoi caught just 34 passes for 624 yards and three scores in his rookie campaign. Of those yards, 263 came in two games. He played in all 16 games but managed more than two receptions in a game just three times. Delhomme is still not a huge upgrade. Finally, he drops a ton of passes.
Fantasy tip: There’s plenty to like, plenty to dislike with Massaquoi. Bottom line: He has talent and should be better prepared to make use of that in his second year. Now, that isn’t always the case – not everyone keeps improving – but it’s worth taking a chance on him in the 11th round as your fifth wideout.
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