Mohamed Massaquoi Injures Hamstring After Poor Fantasy Day

CLEVELAND, OH - SEPTEMBER 23: Cornerback Aaron Williams #23 of the Buffalo Bills breaks up a pass to wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi #11 of the Cleveland Browns at Cleveland Browns Stadium on September 23, 2012 in Cleveland, Ohio. (Photo by Matt Sullivan/Getty Images)

Mohamed Massaquoi left with a hamstring injury in Week 3. We break down the fantasy implications.

The Browns saw Mohamed Massaquoi go down in the third quarter of their matchup with the Bills on Sunday. The wide receiver injured his hamstring after recording just one catch for 14 yards.

Fantasy Impact: After hauling in five passes for 90 yards in Week 2, Massaquoi followed that performance up by taking a back seat to just about everyone in Cleveland's offense in his third game. He was targeted just three times by Brandon Weeden, with six others Browns players ahead of him in the category. He attempted to keep his hamstring loose by riding a bike on the sidelines after his exit, but he did not return to play. Massaquoi will test things out on Monday, so be sure to check back on his status. Either way, he doesn't look like he'll be making much of an impact for fantasy teams right now.

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