Crabtree caught six passes off of 11 targets for 50 yards in Sunday's loss to Detroit. He fumbled during the game. Sunday marked the third time in the past four games that Crabtree saw double-digit targets. Crabtree has been an incredibly consistent performer throughout the season, catching at least four passes in every game, while tallying at least 50 yards in eight of 10 games. Despite the well-deserved hype surrounding 2015 first-round pick Amari Cooper, Crabtree leads the Raiders in catches, targets and touchdowns while trailing Cooper in yardage by just 40.
Crabtree caught 4-of-5 targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 30-14 loss to Minnesota. Like most of Oakland's offensive weapons Sunday, Crabtree was held in check, with his long catch of 22 yards not coming until late in the fourth quarter when the team was airing it out. Despite the quiet game, Crabtree has enjoyed a nice comeback season, leading the Raiders in targets and receptions. He could be in line for a bigger game next week against a porous Lions' secondary.
Crabtree caught 7-of-12 targets for 108 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 38-35 loss in Pittsburgh. Crabtree finished with over 100 yards receiving for the second straight contest, and his 38-yard score with 1:15 remaining almost sent the game to overtime. The 28-year-old's first season with the Raiders could turn out be his most productive since he played for the Texas Tech Red Raiders, as Crabtree is on pace for almost 1200 yards and 10 touchdowns.
Crabtree caught seven of his 12 targets for 102 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over the Jets. Sunday marked Crabtree's second 100-yard game of the year as the Raiders picked apart one of the top defenses in the game. He's been targeted at least eight times in all but one game this year, which makes him a valuable option in PPR formats. Owners would love to see more touchdowns, but that part should come eventually if he continues to get this many looks. Crabtree gets a matchup with the Steelers in Pittsburgh next week.
Raiders receiver Michael Crabtree caught six of eight targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in the Week 7 defeat of San Diego. Crabtree led the team in targets and made the most of them. He recorded his second touchdown of the year in the third quarter when he hauled in a bubble screen in the flat and then made two guys miss on his way to a 25-yard score. The Raiders get a difficult matchup against the Jets next week, which is bad news for Crabtree.
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