27-Year-Old Defensive Back – Detroit Lions
2013 Fantasy Football Outlook
Quin is a former cornerback who was moved to safety in recent years in Houston, and he'll play the latter position after signing with the Lions in 2013. Quin averaged 82 tackles per year over the last...
Glover Quin Contract Information:
Five-year deal with the Lions in March of 2013.
Quin (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.
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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
The team's starting strong safety, Quin likely will post around 80 tackles and a couple interceptions this season, based on his numbers in previous seasons with the Texans.
Although Houstonís coaches have singled out Quin as the teamís best cornerback, he still is reportedly facing a possible move to free safety. Such a move would be questionable on Houstonís part, but itíd be a nice boost to Quinís fantasy value. He finished last year with 85 tackles (71 solo) playing cornerback, so itís a distinct possibility that heíd make a run for triple-digits if he moves to safety in Houstonís porous secondary. Teams throw often and effectively against Houston, so there will be tackles to be had no matter where Quin lines up.
Quin will open the season as one of Houston's starting cornerbacks.
Quin is one of a number of cornerbacks in camp, looking to get into the regular rotation. He was impressive during organized team activities, when he was given a lot of snaps, while versatile enough to play safety. At best, he'll be Houston's nickel defensive back, supporting starters Dunta Robinson and Jacques Reeves or Fred Bennett.