Greg Little Loses Fantasy Value With More Drops

Sep 23, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA; Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little (15) tries to break a tackle against Buffalo Bills defensive back Justin Rogers (26) during the fourth quarter at Cleveland Browns Stadium. Buffalo defeats the Browns 24-14. Mandatory Credit: Raj Mehta-US PRESSWIRE

Greg Little is struggling with drops again in 2012. We break down the fantasy implications.

Pat Shurmur talked about Greg Little's issues with dropping the ball on Monday, saying "Can't play a guy that's going to drop footballs." Little ranked second in the league last season in drops, and already has a couple to add to his woes in 2012.

Fantasy Impact: Little caught just two passes for a total of 17 yards on Sunday against the Bills. He continues to look unimpressive through three games this season. The former running back converted wide receiver was pegged as a huge sleeper pick in 2011, but that notion hasn't panned out at this point. Brandon Weeden continues to spread the ball around to several different targets, making it difficult to find much value in any Browns receiver. Little looked decent in Week 2, but his inconsistent play makes him tough to ever trust.

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