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 Stats > Mohamed Sanu  
Wide Receiver, Cincinnati Bengals

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Draft: 2012 Round 3 (20)
College: Rutgers
Ht: 6’2”  Wt: 210 DOB: 1989-08-22 Age: 26

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FPts FPts/G
2012 CIN 6 0 25 16 154 9.6 4 40.9 6.8
2012 (Projected) CIN       17 215 12.6 1 27.5  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
Chosen in the 3rd round of the 2012 draft, Sanu has an opportunity to compete for a starting spot as a rookie on a Bengals team desperate to find a solid starting option opposite A.J. Green. Coming out of Rutgers, Sanu has solid size at 62, 210 pounds and is considered strictly a possession receiver given his inability to consistently get separation from defenders and the low average yards per catch he had in college. He has solid hands and will challenge for a spot outside although there is a chance he could also be used in the slot. With A.J. Green and Jermaine Gresham expected to eat up plenty of targets, Sanu rates as little more than a late round flier in redraft leagues provided he puts together a solid preseason.
Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 A.J. Green
WR2WR2 Marvin Jones
WR3WR3 Mohamed Sanu
WR4WR4 Brandon Tate
WR5WR5 Mario Alford
WR6WR6 Greg Little
Bengals Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Bengals OC: Jeremy Hill still the starter     -- Tue Oct 13 10:58 am --

Giovani Bernard finding success as runner/receiver on passing downs
Offensive coordinator Hue Jackson is sticking by Jeremy Hill and will not abandon the I-form, but acknowledges that Giovani Bernard in passing game sets has given the offense more versatility. (Cincinnati Enquirer)

FF Today's Take: Jackson's game plans have produced five straight games with at least 389 net offensive yards, with most of the impact coming with key receivers involved. Whereas pounding the football downhill with Hill means taking Mohamed Sanu, Marvin Jones or maybe Tyler Eifert off the field. Hill still has RB2/flex value, but with the Bengals finding so much success with their myriad passing game weapons, it's hard to imagine too many games where Hill reaches RB1 status.

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