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Oct 2, 2022 6 91 34 0 7
Sep 25, 2022 9 76 20 0 7
Sep 18, 2022 9 107 27 0 10
Sep 12, 2022 3 28 17 0 2

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2022 27 302 11.19 0.00
2021 73 1175 16.10 8 9 4.50 16710.4
2020 100 1054 10.54 10 0.00 16510.3
3y Avg. 85 1095 12.88 9 1 0.50 16310.2
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Makes six grabs in Week 4 win

    Lockett brought in six of eight targets for 91 yards, returned one punt for seven yards and lost a fumble in the Seahawks' 48-45 win over the Lions on Sunday. Lockett finished with the second-highest reception, receiving yardage and target totals behind DK Metcalf on the afternoon. The veteran speedster also recorded a 34-yard grab that served as a season high, and he's enjoyed a very busy start to the season with 30 targets in the last three games alone. Lockett's next opportunity to build on his early chemistry with Geno Smith comes in a Week 5 road matchup against the Saints in a dome environment that should favor his speed.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Lockett is another receiver I was skeptical to trust this season because of his quarterback, but Geno Smith and Lockett are locked in right now. In the past two games against San Francisco and Atlanta, Lockett has combined for 18 catches for 183 yards on 22 targets (11 in each game), and he's averaging 17.5 PPR points over that span. The two should continue to connect in Week 4 at Detroit, and the Lions have already allowed six receivers to score at least 12 PPR points this year. Lockett and DK Metcalf are both high-end No. 3 Fantasy receivers in the majority of leagues.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Sleeper WRs

    Lockett is another receiver I was skeptical to trust this season because of his quarterback, but Geno Smith and Lockett are locked in right now. In the past two games against San Francisco and Atlanta, Lockett has combined for 18 catches for 183 yards on 22 targets (11 in each game), and he's averaging 17.5 PPR points over that span. The two should continue to connect in Week 4 at Detroit, and the Lions have already allowed six receivers to score at least 12 PPR points this year. Lockett and DK Metcalf are both high-end No. 3 Fantasy receivers in the majority of leagues.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    With at least 16 PPR points in each of his past two games, and with 11 targets in each of his past two games, Tyler Lockett seems much more like a crucial component to the Seattle offense than realized. Good passing by Geno Smith has obviously helped, and Smith should be in line for a sneaky good game. I might not expect 11 targets, but I'd still expect a good game. He's a No. 2 receiver in PPR ahead of Terry McLaurin, Mike Williams and DK Metcalf.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Powers through in-game injury

    Lockett (shoulder) racked up nine receptions (10 targets) for 76 yards in Sunday's 27-23 loss to Atlanta. Lockett suffered a shoulder stinger during the contest, but he was able to return and was not listed as an official injury by head coach Pete Carroll after the loss, according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times. Still, it wouldn't be surprising to see the speedy wideout pop up on the injury report leading up to Sunday's tilt against the Lions. Lockett currently leads the Seahawks in receptions (21) and yards (211), making him a solid fantasy option with more value in PPR formats heading into Week 4.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    Though I am a little worried the Seahawks will be able to win without throwing more than, say, 24 times, I will still start Lockett as at least a flex with the hope he continues to see work as a short- and mid-range target who gets open for Geno Smith. I'd start him over Allen Lazard, Jahan Dotson and Elijah Moore.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Tops century mark in loss

    Lockett caught nine of 11 targets for 107 yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers. It was a surprisingly productive performance for the veteran wideout considering the Seattle offense failed to produce any points at all on the day, as the Seahawks' only score came on a blocked field goal that got returned to the end zone by Mike Jackson. Lockett showed flashes of chemistry with new starting QB Geno Smith last season as well, and this is the second time in Smith's five starts for Seattle he's topped 100 receiving yards. He'll look to keep rolling in Week 3 against a Falcons defense that has already given up huge games to Cooper Kupp (11-108-2), Jarvis Landry (7-114-0) and Michael Thomas (5-57-2) this season.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Quiet in Week 1 win

    Lockett caught three of four targets for 28 yards in Monday's 17-16 win over the Broncos. Seattle never trailed in the game, so Geno Smith didn't have to look Lockett's way downfield as the Seahawks stayed on schedule with a mix of runs and short passes. Lockett's four targets tied for second on the team with Noah Fant behind DK Metcalf's seven. All of Seattle's top pass-catchers could see more volume in Week 2 against the 49ers if the Seahawks fall behind as expected.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Two grabs Friday

    Lockett caught both his targets for 35 yards in Friday's preseason game against the Cowboys. The veteran receiver caught both his passes during Seattle's first possession of the night with Geno Smith under center, and both checked out the of game afterward. With Smith now named the Week 1 starter by coach Pete Carroll, Lockett will be working with a QB that may not look to stretch the field as much as Russell Wilson did, but the speedster is more than capable of supplying big plays on his own. During the three games Smith started in 2021, Lockett caught 16 of 23 targets for 189 yards, including a 142-yard eruption in Week 8 against the Jaguars.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Makes brief appearance Thursday

    Lockett played the first series of Thursday's 27-11 preseason loss to the Bears but wasn't targeted. Both Lockett and D.K. Metcalf suited up briefly after sitting out last week's preseason opener, but quarterback Geno Smith (knee) didn't target either of his top two wide receivers during their brief time in the game. Smith didn't lead the Seahawks to any points despite playing the entire first half, so Seattle's quarterback competition between him and Drew Lock -- who sat this one out due to COVID-19 -- is far from decided heading into the team's Aug. 26 preseason finale in Dallas.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: QB downgrade in store

    The Seahawks traded Russell Wilson to the Broncos on Tuesday, meaning Lockett will likely have a downgrade at quarterback in 2022, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Lockett, who will turn 30 years old in September, signed a four-year, $69.2 million contract with the Seahawks in March of 2021, and he was probably expecting that Wilson would be his signal-caller for the remainder of that deal. Instead, the Seahawks established their commitment to the rebuild by trading the nine-time Pro Bowler. The Seahawks received quarterback Drew Lock, tight end Noah Fant, DE Shelby Harris along with an assortment of picks in return. While they may also draft a QB or sign one in free agency, it's basically certain that the Seahawks will have a significant downgrade under center. Furthermore, Fant adds more competition for targets, too. Lockett -- who has only played three NFL games without Wilson -- is still poised to be the 1B option in this offense, but there's plenty of ambiguity for the time being.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Scores twice

    Lockett caught five passes for 98 yards and two touchdowns on five targets against Arizona on Sunday. Lockett has had a lot of success against Arizona the last two years, so it might not be so surprising that he posted another strong box score against the Cardinals in this game, even with Russell Wilson attempting only 26 passes. Lockett's fantasy value beyond 2021 is pending the status of Wilson and Seattle coach Pete Carroll, but in the meantime it seems safe to say that Lockett is still almost automatic when working with Wilson. Lockett finishes the year with 73 receptions for 1,175 yards and eight touchdowns on 107 targets in 16 games
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Finds end zone again

    Lockett caught three passes on three targets for 24 yards and one touchdown against Detroit on Sunday. Lockett is of course capable of much more damage than this against a defense as vulnerable as Detroit's, but in this particular game DK Metcalf hogged most of the spotlight on the fantasy stage, drawing nine targets while catching six for 63 yards and three touchdowns. Although the Arizona defense is a tough matchup for the Seahawks in Week 18, Lockett has really had the Cardinals' number going back to last year, scoring four times in the last three matchups and going over 100 yards in two of them.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Quiet in Sunday's loss

    Lockett caught three of six targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Bears. On a snowy day in Seattle, the Seahawks' passing game was mostly quiet, leading to one of Lockett's worst performances of the season. The veteran wideout is on the cusp of a couple milestones, however, as he needs only five more receiving yards and one touchdown to set new career single-season highs in both categories, giving him something to play for in Week 17 against the Lions even with the Seahawks eliminated from postseason contention.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Off of COVID-19 list

    The Seahawks activated Lockett from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Lockett spent exactly a week on the COVID-19 list, missing Tuesday's loss to the Rams in the process. Now that he's back with the Seahawks, he'll turn his focus to Sunday's game against the Bears, who have given up the second-most touchdowns (19) to wide receivers this season.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Nearing activation

    Head coach Pete Carroll relayed Wednesday that Lockett (illness) is closing in on being activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Lockett found himself on the COVID-19 list last Thursday following a positive test for the virus, and while the Seahawks' Week 15 matchup was pushed back two days to Tuesday due to COVID-19-related issues afflicting the Rams, the delay didn't provide enough time for the wide receiver to clear league protocols. Carroll's comments could imply that Lockett may have returned his first negative test. If so, Lockett will need to do the same 24 hours from that initial test in order to return to the active roster.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Not on track to play

    Seattle doesn't plan to activate Lockett (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, putting him on track to miss the team's Week 15 game against the Rams, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Though the NFL delayed the matchup between the Rams and Seahawks an extra two days, Lockett wasn't able to make enough progress in his recovery from COVID-19 to suit up after he tested positive for the virus Thursday. Assuming his symptoms begin to subside in the next few days, Lockett should be ready to play Week 16 against the Bears, but his absence Tuesday locks in DK Metcalf as Seattle's clear-cut No. 1 wideout. Beyond Metcalf, the Seahawks will likely have Freddie Swain, Dee Eskridge and Penny Hart rotate in on two- and three-receiver sets.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Seahawks-Rams moved to Tuesday

    Lockett (illness) and the Seahawks will no longer play the Rams on Sunday, after the NFL officially rescheduled the matchup between the two teams for Tuesday at 7 p.m. ET. Due to ongoing COVID-19-related issues within the Rams organization, the NFL is hopeful that by delaying the game two days, Los Angeles will be able to restore enough players from the reserve/COVID-19 list to alleviate depth concerns on the roster. The two-day delay could also provide sufficient time for Lockett to return from the reserve/COVID-19 list after he tested positive for the virus Thursday, with his potential availability hinging on whether or not he's experiencing any symptoms. If Lockett doesn't clear the necessary protocols prior to Tuesday's game, the Seahawks will likely turn to a combination of Freddie Swain (ankle), Dee Eskridge (foot) and Penny Hart to handle reps at receiver alongside starter DK Metcalf (foot).
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Tests positive, could play Sunday

    Lockett's placement on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday was the result of a positive test, but he could still clear the necessary protocols in time to play Sunday against the Rams, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Along with Lockett, the Seahawks placed running back Alex Collins on the list Thursday after he too tested positive, but since both players are vaccinated, they'll have a shot at being available this weekend. Per Dan Graziano of ESPN.com, the NFL and NFLPA reached agreement Thursday on changes to the return-to-play COVID-19 protocol, which will allow players who are vaccinated and asymptomatic to rejoin their teams as soon as 24 hours after an initial positive test. The Seahawks haven't yet disclosed whether Lockett was experiencing symptoms of the virus before landing on the list, but even if he isn't, the wideout may have some reservations about returning to action so soon after his positive test; Henderson notes Lockett was previously hesitant to play in 2020 during the pandemic due to a pre-existing heart abnormality.
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  • Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Hits reserve/COVID-19 list

    The Seahawks placed Lockett (undisclosed) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. Lockett and Alex Collins (abdomen) are the second and third Seahawks to be placed on the list this season after Gerald Everett sat out Weeks 4 and 5 due a positive test of the virus. If Lockett is unable to suit up Sunday at the Rams, Seattle may be a bit compromised at wide receiver, as all of DK Metcalf (foot/back), Freddie Swain (ankle) and Dee Eskridge (foot) are tending to injuries at the moment.
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