WR Brian Quick - Washington Redskins
|6-4, 220||Born: 6-5-1989||College: Appalachian State||Drafted: Round 2|
Week 21: bye week
Recent Stats and Projections
Recent Game Summaries
2016 Week 15 vs SEA (5 / 3 / 46 / 0 rec)
Today was not a good day for any Rams receiver. However, Brian Quick did somehow found himself wide open in the end zone but a woefully underthrown ball by Jared Goff prevented the Rams from scoring an easy touchdown. The only completion of note came on a 25-yard play action pass where Goff found Quick settled up the seam between the safety and linebackers. There should be some space in the passing game next week against the 49ers, but Quick will have to rely on Case Keenum next week if Goff is unable to go.
2016 Week 13 vs NE (8 / 5 / 48 / 0 rec)
With Tavon Austin not playing, it was Quick's opportunity to step up. The speedy receiver was targeted a team-high 8 times and pulled in 5 of those targets. Quick was not given much of a chance with a wildly inaccurate Goff, but it was not for lack of trying. The big play came on a 17-yard completion down the sideline that was originally ruled incomplete and overturned upon review. Quick saw an uptick in work this week, but with Austin expected back next week he will return back to his normal role.
2016 Week 11 vs MIA (5 / 3 / 21 / 0 rec)
Quick was targeted 5 times in this one but again suffered the same fate as the rest of the Rams' receivers. Until Goff is willing to push the ball down the field, there will be little success for Quick and the rest of the receivers. The only play of note was a 9-yard reception to start the second quarter where the Rams challenged to spot to try and gain a first down. The play was upheld on the field and the Rams had to punt. Quick hopes to find more room to run against the Saints next week.
2016 Week 10 vs NYJ (4 / 2 / 16 / 0 rec)
Quick fell victim to the same inaccurate throws as Tavon Austin. The speedy receiver could not get any separation off the line and was mostly a non-factor in this one. A favorable matchup against a struggling Jets defense should have brought about better results, but without consistent quarterback play, Quick is not going to make much of an impact.
2016 Week 9 vs CAR (6 / 4 / 48 / 0 rec)
Quick fared about the same as the rest of the receivers today and could not find any room to run. He had one big strike with a 27-yard pass, but was unable to find the end zone, or keep drives going on third down. The entire offense looked sluggish and slow today and Quick was unable to get them going.
2016 Week 7 vs NYG (9 / 4 / 92 / 0 rec)
Brian Quick continues to be the deep threat on this Rams offense as he connected with Keenum on a 48-yard pass where there was some miscommunication between the corner and the safety which left Quick wide open. Quick was also able to convert a key fourth down late in the game as the team was attempting to come back as he caught the ball over the middle while taking a big hit. Quick had a season-high nine targets in this game which shows that the team is committed to trying to get him the ball as he has now had 5+ targets in three of his last four games. He is still heavily dependent on the deep ball, but he is starting to build consistency as he has gone over 50 yards in each of his last five games.
2016 Week 6 vs DET (5 / 5 / 61 / 0 rec)
Quick brought in all 5 of his targets for 61 yards today but was held out of the end zone. Quick has had 4 straight games with 50+ yards and is quietly putting together a productive season. With Kenny Britt and Tavon Austin getting the majority of the looks, Quick will have his chances to make an impact. Quick continues to be a nice third option for the Rams and can make the big play as he has three catches over 30 yards so far this season and is averaging 16.6 yards per catch.
2016 Week 5 vs BUF (4 / 3 / 51 / 0 rec)
Quick was targeted 4 times and brought in 3 passes for 51 yards today. Quick has shown over the last few weeks that he is a deep threat each and every play as was shown with a 31-yard reception where he caught the ball over the middle ducked under a defender and ran for an additional ten yards. Quick is showing some consistency as a third wide receiver for this Rams team as that is his third week in a row with 50+ receiving yards. While he was unable to find the end zone this week, he should continue to see targets deep and can be used as a boom or bust type play.
2016 Week 4 vs ARI (6 / 2 / 69 / 2 rec)
Brian Quick for the second straight week is the home run threat for Case Keenum. Quick was able to turn a hitch route into a 65-yard touchdown after two defenders missed on the play. Quick also added another touchdown on a back shoulder fade with just a few minutes left to go which ended up being the game-winner for the Rams. Quick is going to be a boom/bust guy going forward, and he dropped a critical 15 yard route in which he extended the route too much and had to dive for a ball he should have caught rather easily which he would have been able to turn up the field for additional yards which would have put him close to the 100 yard mark for the day.
2016 Week 3 vs TB (2 / 2 / 53 / 1 rec)
Case Keenum was able to connect with Brian Quick on a deep 44 yard touchdown pass that he was able to use his speed to run past the corner on a post route on an easy throw from Case Keenum for the touchdown. Quick has always had the size and speed, but the former second round pick has not been able to put it all together for the Rams. Quick only has eight targets on the year, so he is likely going to be used sparingly in this run heavy offense, but if there is an injury to Kenny Britt he is going to be someone to keep an eye on.
Latest NewsRedskins | Brian Quick to Redskins (Fri Mar 24, 10:19 AM) - Free-agent WR Brian Quick (Rams) has agreed to terms with the Washington Redskins Friday, March 24. Terms weren't disclosed. Our View: Washington lost both Pierre Garcon (49ers) and DeSean Jackson (Buccaneers) in free agency, but they've worked hard to add more talent on the open market. They brought on Terrelle Pryor earlier this year, and he should be their top target in the passing game. Quick will compete for a roster spot and a spot in the pecking order behind Pryor, Jamison Crowder and Josh Doctson.
link to story
Washington Redskins Team LinksDepth Chart Season Stats Targets Red Zone Game Logs
Footballguys ArticlesGameday Injury Expectations: Week 6
Jene Bramel - October 16
The Contrarian: DraftKings Week 9
Chris Feery - November 3
TipAndPick's: Tips and Picks, DK Edition
John Lee - November 3
DraftKings Week 9 Starting Stacks
John Mamula - November 3
Dynasty Roster Management
Jeff Tefertiller - July 3
Dynasty and Keeper Leagues: Potential Free Agents - WRs
Jeff Tefertiller - July 24
DFS Roundtable: Week 14
Ryan Hester - December 8
DFS Roundtable: Week 5
Ryan Hester - October 6
Trendspotting: Week 8
Ryan Hester - October 28
Training Camp Cliff Notes: Week 3
Joe Bryant - August 24
Articles from around the webRams Fantasy Preview
Evan Silva - July 10
Fantasy Football Pre-Season Preview: Receivers
David Dorey - July 26
Tavon Austin is a better fantasy WR than you think
Marcas Grant - August 16
Tavon Austin Deserves More Fantasy Football Love in 2016
Nathaniel Josephs - August 18
Is There a Tennessee Titans Wide Receiver Worth Rostering This Year?
Joe Redemann - August 19
Training Camp 2016 Tier Rankings: Week 4
- August 23