Westbrook brought in five of eight targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 10-3 AFC wild-card win over the Bills. Westbrook's reception, receiving yardage and target totals were all team highs on the afternoon, as he accounted for nearly half of Blake Bortles' 12 completions and well over 50 percent of his 87 passing yards. The dynamic rookie recorded at least four catches in four of the seven regular-season games he suited up for, and he's likely to play an important role in the passing game once again during next Sunday's AFC divisional-round road matchup versus the Steelers.
Westbrook caught four passes for 74 yards on seven targets against San Francisco on Sunday. Westbrook played second fiddle to Keelan Cole for the second week in a row, but 74 yards on seven targets is a fine showing on Westbrook's part. Marqise Lee (ankle) figures to reestablish his status as jacksonville's WR1 whenever he returns to the field, so Westbrook's run as a leading contributor in Jacksonville is somewhat tenuous, promising as he's been.
Westbrook had two catches for 21 yards in Sunday's Week 15 win over Houston. After hauling in five passes for 81 yards and his first career touchdown last week against Seattle, Westbrook was targeted only twice on an afternoon in which Blake Bortles completed 21 of 29 passes. Even so, Westbrook should remain a key piece in the Jaguars' receiving game over the final weeks of the season, particularly if Allen Hurns (ankle) and/or Marqise Lee (ankle) miss more time.
Westbrook brought in five of eight targets for 81 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Seahawks. Westbrook's 18-yard scoring reception early in the second quarter was his first of the career. The dynamic rookie has come on over the last three weeks, posting 17 receptions for 200 yards and a touchdown over that span. Just as important, he's shown instant rapport with quarterback Blake Bortles, as the latter has directed 27 passes his way during that stretch. Westbrook will look to continue adding to his already impressive fantasy resume against the Texans in Week 15.
Westbrook caught six of nine targets for 78 yards in Sunday's 30-10 win over the Colts. Westbrook has burst onto the scene with 19 targets in his past two games. The rookie fourth-rounder's lack of burst makes him more of a possession receiver rather than a downfield target, but he's quickly earned the trust of quarterback Blake Bortles. With Allen Hurns (ankle) not yet practicing, Westbrook's in position to see a heavy share of targets once again next week against the Jaguars.
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