Found November 14, 2012 on NFL Draft Zone:
PLAYERS: Jeff Fisher
Even with Chris Givens inactive, rookie Brian Quick played on just 7-of-83 offensive snaps in Week 10. Quick looked strong on a 36-yard touchdown catch, but the No. 33 overall pick continues to be buried on the depth chart. Brandon Gibson played 71 plays, Danny Amendola played on 70 and Austin Pettis saw 45. Even Steve Smith (14 snaps) was on the field more than Quick. The Post-Dispatch suggests that Quick’s digestion of the playbook remains an issue, which is probably not a very good sign, because Jeff Fisher loves his smart players.  Quick  will disappear again this week when Chris Givens comes back, so don’t pick him up in fantasy leagues.

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