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WR Corey Coleman - Cleveland Browns

5-11, 194Born: 7-6-1994College: BaylorDrafted: Round 1, pick 15

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Corey Coleman broke his hand in the Week 2 loss to the Ravens. He is expected to miss 6-8 weeks.

Week 7: vs Tennessee Titans

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FBG says: Neutral matchup. The Browns passing attack is simply one of the worst in the league. While they have passed for decent yardage as a team, the Browns quarterbacks own both the lowest quarterback rating (56.7) and completion percentage (54.3) in the league. They have thrown two interceptions for every one touchdown this season--a very difficult feat to accomplish. Kevin Hogan was very bad in his last start against a Texans defense that was actually missing it's top three pass rushers. Even against that weakened front seven, Hogan was still sacked four times while only passing for 140 yards, one touchdown, and a whopping three interceptions. The Browns are going back to their opening day starter as they continue to try to find a quarterback in DeShone Kizer who Hue Jackson said will be the starter going forward. Kizer changes very little as we have seem him struggle mightily so far this season completing just 50.9% of his passes and throwing nine interceptions compared to just three touchdowns. The Browns receivers are barely worth mentioning as they are all suffering from this poor quarterback play. Ricardo Louis currently leads the team in both targets (35) and receptions (18) as Kenny Britt remains sidelined with a groin injury. The Titans secondary looked much improved against what was a struggling Colts offense on Monday night this past week. Their cornerback group actually did a great job here after a very rough start to the season. They shut down T.Y. Hilton to just one reception for 19 yards and held Jacoby Brissett to 212 passing yards and a 57% completion rate. This is only one game though, and against a bad offense at that. The Titans still rank near the bottom of the league in passing defense with the sixth and tenth most fantasy points per game allowed to quarterbacks and wide receivers respectively. The Titans pass rush has also really struggled this season, amassing only eight sacks on the year--third fewest in the league. They have played well against the pass in soft matchups such as this one, however, so it will take some decent play out of Kevin Hogan to really threaten this Titans secondary.

Recent Stats and Projections

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Recent Game Summaries

2017 Week 2 vs BAL (7 / 1 / 9 / 0 rec)

Coleman had a tough day. Despite being second on the team with seven targets, he wound up with just one catch. He then was forced to leave the game with 13:15 remaining after coming down hard on his right hand following an in-air collision with a Baltimore defender. There's concern that he may have broken his hand on the play. That would be the same hand that he broke in 2016, which cause him to miss six games. Coleman's only catch came in the first quarter on a short pass. He thought he had a catch in the second quarter but it was ruled incomplete. The Browns challenged the call on the field, but the play was upheld. He saw an end zone target from Kevin Hogan in the third quarter but the pass was overthrown. He was closely covered on the play.

2017 Week 1 vs PIT (6 / 5 / 53 / 1 rec)

Coleman and rookie quarterback DeShone Kizer continue to show nice chemistry together. Coleman and Kizer hooked up for several completions, including an impressive back-shoulder catch in the third quarter. Coleman also had what would have been a big gain erased by a pass interference penalty against the defense. Coleman did notch a receiving touchdown in the fourth quarter on a short-slant from three yards out. He took a huge hit at the goal line but was able to hold on for the score.

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Schedule

7vs Tennessee Titans
8vs Minnesota Vikings
9--- BYE WEEK ---
10@ Detroit Lions
11vs Jacksonville Jaguars
12@ Cincinnati Bengals
13@ Los Angeles Chargers
14vs Green Bay Packers
15vs Baltimore Ravens
16@ Chicago Bears
17@ Pittsburgh Steelers