St. Brown started and caught one of four targets for 16 yards in Thursday's 27-24 loss to the Seahawks. St. Brown was on the field for a season-high 87.8 percent of the Packers' offensive snaps, but struggled to make an impact for the second straight week while filling in for the injured Randall Cobb (hamstring) as the team's No. 3 receiver. The rookie's snap count has increased each of the last three weeks, but if Cobb is able to return to action in Week 12 in Minnesota, St. Brown's opportunities will likely take a hit.
St. Brown caught two passes for three yards in Sunday's victory over the Dolphins. St. Brown operated as the Packers' third receiver Sunday and was on the field for 57 percent of the Packers' 57 plays, his highest number since Week 5. However, on a day where the Packers dominated on the ground and quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for only 199 yards, St. Brown was not counted on for much. St. Brown's standing on the depth chart Week 11 will depend on whether or not fellow receivers Randall Cobb (hamstring) and Trevor Davis (hamstring) play, but with just five catches for 38 yards over the last three games, it will be tough to trust him in fantasy lineups regardless.
St. Brown is expected to start Sunday's game versus the Dolphins with Randall Cobb (hamstring) inactive. The Packers' passing attack is without regulars Geronimo Allison (groin) for the rest of the season and Cobb this week, leaving less competition than normal for snaps. Working behind Davante Adams, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Jimmy Graham, St. Brown will have an opportunity to get in on the act. Over the last four games, St. Brown has averaged 11.9 YPT on 12 targets but hasn't reached the end zone in his brief career.
St. Brown caught one pass for four yards in Sunday's loss to the Patriots. St. Brown operated as the Packers' fourth receiver Sunday with fellow wideout Geronimo Allison (hamstring/groin) sidelined, and although he was targeted four times during the 15 plays he was on the field for, he was only able to come up with the one short reception. St. Brown has shown some promise, but he hasn't been productive enough to do much for fantasy players, and he figures to move back down the depth chart again when Allison is able to return.
St. Brown (knee) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Patriots, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports. The knee issue never seemed to be a major concern, as St. Brown was able to practice throughout the week, albeit in a limited capacity Thursday and Friday. The rookie was limited to just six offensive snaps in the Week 7 loss to the Rams while Green Bay had all its key receivers at full strength, but the team could be down a member Sunday with Geronimo Allison (hamstring/groin) listed as doubtful for the contest. Marquez Valdes-Scantling would likely move into the starting lineup and benefit the most if Allison is in fact out, but St. Brown would presumably see his snap count pick up as well as part of an expanded wideout rotation.
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