WR Mohamed Massaquoi, Jacksonville Jaguars
HT: 6-2, WT: 210, Born: 11-24-1986, College: Georgia, Drafted: Round 2
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|1||Kansas City Chiefs|
|2||at Oakland Raiders|
|3||at Seattle Seahawks|
|5||at St. Louis Rams|
|6||at Denver Broncos|
|7||San Diego Chargers|
|8||San Francisco 49ers|
|10||at Tennessee Titans|
|12||at Houston Texans|
|13||at Cleveland Browns|
|17||at Indianapolis Colts|
2012 Game Summaries
Week 1 - Mohammed Massaquoi proved in this game that he can catch passes when nobody is covering him, but that he is basically useless when someone is. Twenty four of his yards came on the Browns' first play when Asomugha was in off coverage and took a bad angle to allow him an easy reception and run. His second pass was a similar situation as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie played off coverage and Weeden threw the ball to his receiver before Cromartie could get to him. Outside of that Massaquoi was largely anonymous except for a drive killing drop at a pivotal point late in the game.
Week 2 - Massaquoi was Weeden’s favorite target for most of the day and did a good job getting open over the middle of the field and making catches in tight coverage. On third and three he caught a short cross and showed good burst to turn the short pass into a 13 yard gain. He made a great catch on the sideline from Weeden under very tight coverage. It seemed like the Bengals got fooled by Massaquoi as the main target early in the game but figured it out and shut him down for most of the second half.
Week 3 - Massaquoi came into the game as the team’s emerging #1 WR but could not make any plays. He finished with just a single catch for 14 yards on 3 targets in the game and missed the second half after suffering a hamstring injury. Initial reports listed him as day-to-day so it’s unclear if he’ll be able to play next week.
Week 9 - Massaquoi's first reception came late in the fourth quarter when he caught a quick out route.
Week 11 - Massaquoi was on the field mainly in obvious passing situations and did not have much chance on either of his targets. One was a well-covered out route and another was a low throw by Weeden that was far from routine. With the continued progress of Gordon and Little in Cleveland, it is hard to expect anything more than sporadic targets any given week for Massaquoi.
Week 12 - Massaquoi’s first catch went for six yards on a 3rd-and-9. He was the checkdown option for Brandon Weeden on the play. Massaquoi had two more catches on a drive that resulted in a Cleveland touchdown, but he’s still not an integral part of the offense. He’s mainly used as a second or third option on pass plays.
Week 13 - Massaquoi was a situational receiver this week, but made the most of his opportunities. He caught a third down crossing route early in the game against soft coverage. Later in the game, Massaquoi gained 54 yards on a slant route. He ran a great route to gain separation, Weeden’s pass was right in stride, and Greg Little aided with a great block down the field. It was a highlight moment for Massaquoi in what has largely been a lost season for the former second round draft pick.