Justin Jefferson

#18 WR / Minnesota Vikings / EXP: 0YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 202 lb Age: 21 College: LSU Bye 7,18,19,20,21

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Sets record with 133 yards

    Justin Jefferson secured nine of 12 targets for 133 yards during Sunday's 37-35 win against Detroit.Jefferson attracted double the targets of Minnesota's second-busiest option Sunday, amassing his seventh 100-yard receiving day of the campaign and setting a new NFL record for receiving yards by a rookie in the process. The 21-year-old went without a TD catch in the season finale, though he finished with a total of seven scores on the year. Having also posted 88 catches and an even 1,400 yards, Jefferson secured an NFC Pro Bowl nod in his debut season. Adam Thielen remains under contract with the Minnesota Vikings through 2024, as he and Jefferson continue to pose a formidable duo atop Minnesota's receiving corps. It's notable that the rookie out-targeted Thielen in five consecutive mutual appearances to end the season.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Solid performance in loss

    Justin Jefferson brought in six of 10 targets for 85 yards in the Minnesota Vikings' 52-33 loss to the Saints on Friday.The standout rookie continued to perform admirably down the stretch of his first pro season, pacing the Vikings in targets while checking in second in receptions and receiving yards in the contest. Jefferson has now posted at least 70 and as many as 135 receiving yards in six of his last seven games, a stretch during which he's also eclipsed the century mark on three occasions and recorded four touchdowns. He'll look to put an exclamation point on a spectacular debut campaign versus the Lions in Week 17.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Big numbers in defeat

    Justin Jefferson brought in eight of 11 targets for 104 yards in the Minnesota Vikings' 33-27 loss to the Bears on Sunday.The rookie added to his stellar first-year numbers with Sunday's team-leading yardage haul, comfortably pacing the Vikings in catches and targets as well for good measure. Jefferson saw a downturn to just 39 receiving yards versus the Buccaneers secondary Week 14, so Sunday's production represented a resurgence at a timely point for the LSU product's fantasy managers. Jefferson will look to carry over Sunday's momentum into a Week 16 road showdown against the Saints on Christmas Day.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Stymied in Week 14 loss

    Justin Jefferson secured four of eight targets for 39 yards in the Minnesota Vikings' 26-14 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. He also caught a two-point conversion pass.The dynamic rookie frequently met his match in the form of an aggressive Buccaneers secondary Sunday, encountering plenty of tight coverage on his way to his lowest yardage tally since Week 8 against the Packers. Jefferson also saw a three game streak of at least one touchdown catch snapped, while his targets also dipped back into the single digits for the first time in three games. Despite the untimely downturn at the start of the fantasy postseason for many, Jefferson will look to atone in a Week 15 divisional battle against the Bears.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Stays hot against Jags

    Justin Jefferson caught nine of 12 targets for 121 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 overtime win over Jacksonville. He added two yards on one rushing attempt.Jefferson's most impressive sequence came in the third quarter, as he drew an 18-yard pass interference penalty and scored a 20-yard touchdown on back-to-back plays to give his team a 19-16 lead. The rookie first-round pick led the team in targets, catches and receiving yards, topping second-place Adam Thielen by one target, one catch and 46 yards. Jefferson has four touchdowns in his last three games and five 100-yard performances in his young career heading into a Week 14 clash with the Buccaneers.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Pair of scoring grabs in win

    Justin Jefferson brought in seven of 13 targets for 70 yards and two touchdowns in the Minnesota Vikings' 28-27 win over the Panthers on Sunday.As expected, Jefferson saw a sizable workload with Adam Thielen (reserve/COVID-19) sidelined for the contest. Jefferson easily paced the Vikings in targets while also drawing even with multiple teammates for the team lead in receptions. The rookie's pair of touchdown grabs -- from 12 and 10 yards in the first and fourth quarter, respectively -- pushed his season total to six, half of which have come in the last pair of games. Jefferson could be in for another busy day in a Week 13 matchup against the hapless Jaguars secondary, irrespective of whether Thielen is available in that game.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Elevates to No. 1 WR spot

    Justin Jefferson is slotted in as Minnesota's No. 1 wide receiver for Week 12 with Adam Thielen remaining on the reserve/COVID-19 list.Thielen's status seemed to be up in the air for Sunday's matchup against Carolina after he logged conflicting results on COVID-19 screenings during the practice week. The veteran was unable to gain clearance for kickoff, opening the door for Jefferson to potentially garner a massive target share Week 12. The rookie out of LSU sits with 45 receptions, 848 receiving yards and four touchdowns on the 2020 campaign, amassing that production via a workload of 5.9 targets per game. Carolina has been respectable in allowing 7.8 yards per target to opposing WRs this season (eighth best), and the Panthers are one of just 12 teams to have held the position to single digits in receiving TDs (nine).

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Could be No. 1 WR this week

    Justin Jefferson's teammate Adam Thielen isn't expected to play in Sunday's game against the Panthers, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.There's still a bit of uncertainty, as Thielen reportedly had a second test come back negative after a positive result on the initial test had him placed in the COVID-19 protocol. Jefferson could see extra targets if Thielen doesn't play, but the rookie might also draw more attention from the opposing defense.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Stays hot in Sunday's loss

    Justin Jefferson caught three of five targets for 86 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Cowboys.Despite low target volume, Jefferson still produced big numbers thanks to a 39-yard TD catch late in the fourth quarter that gave the Minnesota Vikings their last lead of the game. The rookie receiver is on pace for over 70 catches and 1,300 receiving yards heading into a Week 12 clash with the Panthers.

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    Vikings' Justin Jefferson: Another stellar showing

    Justin Jefferson caught eight of 10 targets for 135 yards in Monday night's 19-13 win over the Bears.Jefferson continued his dazzling rookie campaign, leading the Minnesota Vikings in catches, targets and receiving yards. Although running mate Adam Thielen hauled in both of Minnesota's touchdowns through the air, Jefferson still topped 100 yards for the fourth time thus far, with Monday's total including a long gain of 54 yards on a third-and-long late in the third quarter. That set up a tying field goal, and the Vikings would take the lead on the next drive. On the back of another outstanding showing, Jefferson will now look forward to Week 11's matchup against a Cowboys defense that's surrendered the second-most passing touchdowns league-wide this season.