Baldwin caught eight of 12 targets for 82 yards in Sunday's loss to Carolina. Sunday was just Baldwin's second scoreless game in his last eight contests. Entering 2015, Baldwin's career high in touchdown catches was five, a total that he matched in a pair of two-game stretches in Weeks 12 and 13 and 14 and 15 on his way to tying the league lead this season. Expect his contract status to be a big discussion this off season. If Seattle does not extend him, Baldwin will be a very dangerous man - a touchdown-tallying deep threat on a contract year.
Baldwin nabbed five of seven targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's win over Minnesota. Baldwin finally put the Seahawks on the board early in the third quarter with a three-yard quick out into the end zone. Baldwin practically lived in the end zone during the second half of the season, over a quarter of his 47 receptions in the final eight games of the season going for touchdowns. For perspective, only five other receivers in the league had as many touchdowns during the entire season as Baldwin had in the final eight games. Seattle travels to Carolina next week, a team that held Baldwin to 23 yards in Week 6. That game was, of course, before Baldwin became the force he has shown himself to be over the past two months.
Baldwin caught five of seven targets for 46 yards in Sunday's 36-6 win at Arizona. Baldwin went off for a 7/134/1 stat line in the first meeting against Arizona, but didn't do much Sunday as Russell Wilson threw three touchdowns in the first half, before the Seahawks' defense took over in the second half. Even though his touchdown streak ended at five games, Baldwin will be a hot commodity for those participating in fantasy leagues during the NFL Playoffs, with he and QB Russell Wilson really clicking over the last two months.
Baldwin (hamstring) caught eight of 10 targets for 118 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-17 loss to the Rams. Baldwin's incredible hot streak finally came to an end, failing to catch multiple touchdowns for the first time in five games, but he still managed to be productive, grabbing a contested 25-yard score in the third quarter. Despite cooling off a bit, Baldwin should continue to be a factor in the playoffs for Seattle, which has really opened things up offensively on the shoulders of QB Russell Wilson. In the regular season finale next week, Baldwin and the Seahawks will play at Arizona.
Baldwin (hamstring) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Rams. Baldwin, who participated fully in practice Friday, is out there Sunday, as expected, and in the absence of any setbacks with his hamstring, he'll look to continue on a roll that has seen him record 10 touchdown receptions over his last four games.
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