Richardson snagged two of seven targets for 18 yards during Sunday's 42-7 loss to the Rams. Richardson has thrived on the long ball this season, and it should be no surprise that he's struggled in two of his last three games when he's been unable to get open deep. Richardson snagged 10 passes of at least 20 yards through the first nine games of the year, but he has just three such plays in the last five weeks. He gets a tough draw down the stretch. The Seahawks take on a Dallas defense ranked third in the league at suppressing opponent yardage per reception before finishing up with an Arizona team that held him to one, albeit 43-yard, catch in Week 10.
Richardson brought in three of seven targets for 72 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Jaguars. Richardson scored a nifty 61-yard touchdown with 9:48 remaining in the game, helping the Jaguars begin a comeback from a 27-10 deficit. The fourth-year receiver had a down game (two receptions, eight yards) versus the tough Eagles secondary in Week 13, but his performance Sunday marked his second game in the last three with at least 70 yards receiving. Richardson's production still goes through some fluctuations, but he's now compiled a career-best 664 yards on a career-high 40 catches over 13 games. He'll look to build on those totals in a Week 15 showdown against the Rams.
Richardson snatched two of four targets for eight yards during Sunday's 24-10 win over the Eagles. The eight yards marked a season low for Richardson, who has had had a bit of a renaissance during his fourth year in the league with for touchdowns and six games of at least 50 yards. He's slowed down a bit as of late and has not reeled in a score in his last five games. He has a firm grasp on the No. 2 wideout job in Seattle but gets another tough test this coming week against the Jaguars.
Richardson reeled in four of seven targets for 70 yards during Sunday's 24-13 win over the 49ers. Richardson has now caught at least four receptions in back-to-back games after just two such performances in the season's first nine games. The fourth-year target has been a consistent big-play threat after remaining mostly quiet for most of his career, and it seems as though Russell Wilson has taken notice. Richardson has been targeted more than Doug Baldwin in each of the past two games. While a stretch of two games obviously doesn't change the hierarchy of Seattle's receiving corps, Richardson is someone to keep an eye on if you're looking for upward-trending snares.
Richardson (groin) hauled in one of two targets for 43 yards in Thursday's 22-16 win over the Cardinals. Richardson made his one catch count, posting his second reception of over 40 yards on the season. The 25-year-old speedster's six-catch effort in Week 8 against the Texans was essentially an outlier, as he's managed no better than three grabs in any other game. Richardson will now have an extended period to rest his ailing groin and ready himself for a Week 11 showdown with the Falcons on Monday Night Football.
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