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WR Brian Quick - St. Louis Rams

6-4, 220Born: 6-5-1989College: Appalachian StateDrafted: Round 2

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News you need to know

From the upgrade/downgrade report (Mon Sep 22): It's still difficult to truly trust the Rams pass offense, but Quick has been a consistent box score presence, and against the Cowboys, they actually threw him a deep ball he reeled in for a score. Quick is quality depth, and we have to be open to him as an everyweek WR3/Flex if he keeps this up.

Week 4: bye week

Recent Stats and Projections

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1 vs MIN 0 0 0 9 7 99 0 0
2 at TB 0 0 0 9 7 74 0 0
3 vs DAL 0 0 0 4 2 62 1 0

Recent Game Summaries

2014 Week 1 vs MIN (9 / 7 / 99 / 0 rec)

The lone bright spot of the day was Brian Quick. Quick was used all over the field in a possession roll. First Hill hit Quick on playaction across the middle for a big 26 yard gain. Then Quick caught a deep slant for 19 yards from Hill. Later in the half, Hill threw a deep slant to Quick, who caught the ball for a 21 yard gain. However, Quick face-masked the defender, which brought the ball back 15 yards and nullified a big gain. Overall, Quick was able to get open deep downfield and was able to be a bigtime threat in the first half. Hill's experience and confidence throwing downfield allowed Quick to get some big gains. In the 2nd half, there just wasn't as much time for Austin Davis, and Quick's deep routes never materialized. He had a couple short receptions, but never got on the same page as Davis.

2014 Week 2 vs TB (9 / 7 / 74 / 0 rec)

Make no mistake, Quick is the number 1 option in St. Louis, for whatever that is worth. Davis hit Quick on slant passes and short out patterns for most of the game. Quick has great physical tools, but hasn't shown the ability to create elite separation downfield, which seems to be the only limiting factor in his progression. Quick had a chance to make a big play in the 2nd half, when Austin Davis threw it deep downfield. Quick leaped in the air and got the ball in his hands, but couldn't hold onto it. It's the kind of catch elite recievers make, and Quick failed to come up with it. But aside from that reception, Quick continues to show a dramatic improvement in his route-running from a year ago. Quick has turned into quite a bit target for the young Austin Davis. Davis looks to Quick, and Quick is getting open immediately on slants and quick patterns. The biggest challenge for Quick is going to be becoming the focus of the defense. Quick was an unknown and a project before the season started. Now he's the team's most consistent receiver throughout the first two weeks. As teams adjust and shift their focus to Quick, it will be interesting to see if he can continue his current pace. He's on track for 100 receptions, despite all the difficulties on this team, which is quite impressive.

2014 Week 3 vs DAL (4 / 2 / 62 / 1 rec)

A man who is no longer under the radar is Brian Quick. Out of nowhere, Quick is in the top 15-20 among WR's, putting up consistent stats week after week. But while the previous two weeks were gameplans full of Brian Quick, this one barely saw him get the ball. But when he did, he made it count. On the second possession, Quick took off downfield, blowing by Claiborne, and easily gathered in the perfectly thrown ball for a 51 yd td. There wasn't much to this catch, except using his speed, catching the ball and not falling down. Quick then became somewhat of a decoy, drawing coverage and forcing things to Britt. On the final throw of the game, Austin Davis threw a deep ball to Quick that was intercepted. Although it's tough to see from the TV angles, it almost appears as if Quick timed things poorly and could have at least made a play on the ball. The pass was never likely to be caught, but it did appear that Quick didn't make a proper play on the ball, which contributed somewhat to the INT. But aside from that play, anytime you can get a long TD, you've had a successful week. It's likely that as the season goes along, Quick and Britt are going to take turns having big games.

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Overall Dynasty - 86, 70

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Schedule

4--- BYE WEEK ---
5@ Philadelphia Eagles
6vs San Francisco 49ers
7vs Seattle Seahawks
8@ Kansas City Chiefs
9@ San Francisco 49ers
10@ Arizona Cardinals
11vs Denver Broncos
12@ San Diego Chargers
13vs Oakland Raiders
14@ Washington Redskins
15vs Arizona Cardinals
16vs New York Giants
17@ Seattle Seahawks