35-Year-Old Fullback – Free Agent
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
There was no outlook written for Corey McIntyre in 2013. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.
2013 ADP: –
Corey McIntyre Contract Information:
McIntyre signed a two-year, $1.85 million contract extension with the Bills in September of 2010. The deal runs through the 2012 season and could be worth more if McIntyre meets several incentive clauses.
McIntyre has been more involved during the passing game in some of the looks the Bills are using early in training camp, BuffaloBills.com reports.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
There was no outlook written for Corey McIntyre.
Fullback who hardly ever touches the ball based on the team's offense, one that normally uses one running back in the backfield. He had no rushes and one catch in 16 games last season. McIntyre, an excellent blocker like many of his peers, may even have a fight on his hands if Dorin Dickerson makes a statement as an H-back type and impresses the brass enough in training camp that they feel that's enough for this offense.
A fine fullback, but one who has carried the ball just nine times in his seven-year NFL career.
McIntyre has a good chance to stick as the team's fullback, but note that he has a whopping five carries in his 45-game NFL career. With Fred Jackson, C.J. Spiller and Marshawn Lynch carrying the mail in Buffalo, that is very unlikely to change in 2010.
McIntyre, who was cleared of all wrongdoing in an offseason incident, finished the 2008 season as the Bills' starting fullback. He played in 11 games, but didn't receive a carry. If you search through all the hundreds of players in the NFL and stack them by fantasy points, McIntyre will be close to the bottom because his only stat was two catches for minus-1 yards. Needless to say, the Bills don't give the ball to fullbacks -- they make them block all the time -- so McIntyre won't even be able to help you in an AFC East league that makes you start two fullbacks.
McIntyre will be the bruiser behind Mughelli Ovie at fullback. He has no rushing yards in his two-year career.
McIntyre was claimed on waivers by the Falcons in November, but was inactive for the season's final six games. With Ovie Mughelli signed to be the team's starting fullback, McIntyre could be released.
He will be a back up and is not worth fantasy consideration right now.
Will backup starter Terrelle Smith.
McIntyre has never played a down in an NFL game and was brought-in to backup Terelle Smith, who is widely considered the best run-blocking FB in the league. Do not expect McIntyre to play too important a role in the team's offense.