WR Brian Quick - St. Louis Rams
|6-4, 220||Born: 6-5-1989||College: Appalachian State||Drafted: Round 2|
News you need to know
From Mark Wimer's Monday injury report (Mon Oct 27): Quick wound up with his left arm in a sling after being injured during the second quarter on Sunday - coach Jeff Fisher declined to elaborate on the nature of his injury, but acknowledged that Quick would likely miss time. Further evaluations of Quick's injury are ongoing Monday morning. Reports on Monday indicate that Quick is likely out for the season, though the team hasn't made anything official as of press time for this article. Quick reportedly has a dislocated shoulder and a torn rotator cuff.
From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Oct 27): Quick has a serious shoulder injury and he is likely out for the season.
General News (Thu Oct 30): The Rams placed Brian Quick on the reserve/injured list Wednesday, Oct. 29.
General News (Tue Oct 28): is likely out for the rest of the season with a dislocated shoulder and torn rotator cuff.
Week 9: at San Francisco 49ers
Mark and Joe say: Tough matchup. Austin Davis threw 21/42 for 236 yards, one TD and one interception vs. San Francisco three weeks ago, and took five sacks for -20 yards. Since then, he's lost promising wideout Brian Quick and starting LT Jake Long for the season. Given he took five sacks with Long in the saddle three weeks ago, this matchup looks grim for Davis. He was rocked for seven sacks and -44 yards at Kansas City last week, and travels to San Francisco for this game. 15/25 for 160 yards, one TD and one interception were his totals at Kansas City last week. Kenny Britt (five targets for 2/52/0 receiving) and Stedman Bailey (three for 2/33/0) were Davis top receivers last week - Lance Kendricks handled the score with one target for 1/1/1. Yawn. The 49ers have allowed an average of 221.1 net passing yards per game this year (eighth in the NFL), with 13 passing scores offset by seven interceptions (tied for 13th in the NFL), and 12 sacks generated to date (23rd in the NFL). Last time around the block, Peyton Manning blasted this group for 22/26 yielding 318 net yards, four TDs and zero interceptions - but Austin Davis is no Peyton Manning. Advantage, San Francisco.
Recent Stats and Projections
Recent Game Summaries
2014 Week 6 vs SF (4 / 1 / 10 / 0 rec)
Quick met double coverage and was blanketed. Any emerging WR will run into this obstacle, and to Austin Davis' credit, he didn't force the ball to Quick, only targeting him 4 times. Quick's only catch was a short slant, and he was virtually invisible for the rest of the game. Quick owners probably just got comfortable starting him, and so this performance is likely to cause serious concern. A matchup against Seattle may not help things for Quick.
2014 Week 7 vs SEA (2 / 2 / 33 / 0 rec)
After breaking out in the first four weeks, Quick has come slamming back to earth against the 49ers and Seahawks. In this game, Quick had only a few targets. In the first half, Quick ran a deep comeback for 14 yards. Then a few plays later, Davis threw a lob down the left sideline and Quick drew a 27 yard pass interference penalty. Quick then didn't see a target until late in the fourth on the Rams important TD drive. Quick got things started with a 19 yard comeback route deep in the middle of the Seahawks zone defense.
2014 Week 8 vs KC (2 / 1 / 10 / 0 rec)
On the first pass of the game, Quick dropped a sideline route. Then later in the first half, Quick saw another short sideline route, caught the ball and suffered an arm injury that could derail his breakout season.
Latest NewsRams | Brian Quick lands on IR (Wed Oct 29, 08:32 PM) - The St. Louis Rams placed WR Brian Quick (shoulder) on the reserve/injured list Wednesday, Oct. 29. Our View: Quick was finally starting to flash some of his natural ability on Sundays, but now he'll have to wait until next year to continue developing.
Rams | Brian Quick done for 2014 (Mon Oct 27, 12:51 PM) - St. Louis Rams WR Brian Quick (shoulder) is likely out for the rest of the season with a dislocated shoulder and torn rotator cuff. Our View: Quick had looked better this year before this injury. He was finally starting to play up to his potential, but now he'll have to wait for next year. The Rams will move on with guys like Kenny Britt, Stedman Bailey and Tavon Austin. When Quick returns, many things could look different (QB specifically) on the Rams roster.
link to story Rams | Brian Quick has arm in sling (Sun Oct 26, 10:20 PM) - Updating a previous report, St. Louis Rams WR Brian Quick (arm) left the locker room after the Week 8 game against the Kansas City Chiefs with his left arm in a sling. link to story Rams | Brian Quick carted off (Sun Oct 26, 02:13 PM) - St. Louis Rams WR Brian Quick (arm) was carted off the field after suffering an arm injury in Week 8. Our View: Stedman Bailey could get a chance to stick as a starter if Quick misses extended time, although the character of the Rams offense is tilting more towards safe passing and running right now.
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