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Jan 8, 2023 4 41 15 1 10
Jan 1, 2023 5 59 16 0 5
Dec 25, 2022 5 61 42 0 6
Dec 19, 2022 1 7 7 0
Dec 4, 2022 5 67 21 0 6

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2022 60 788 13.13 6 0.00 1077.1
2021 40 513 12.82 8 32 10.67 1026.8
2020 33 451 13.67 3 17 8.50 646.4
3y Avg. 36 480 13.33 5 23 11.50 805.7
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Scores TD in defeat

    Lazard had four receptions (six targets) for 41 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-16 loss to Detroit. He rushed twice for no gain. Lazard finished the season on a high note, scoring his first touchdown since Week 9. The veteran wideout took a back seat to rookie Christian Watson in the second half of the season, but he still set new career highs in receptions (64) and yards (829) while scoring seven touchdowns. Lazard will become an unrestricted free agent this offseason, providing solid hands and excellent run blocking for teams interested in acquiring him.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Leading receiver in rout

    Lazard caught five of six targets for 59 yards in Sunday's 41-17 win over the Vikings. The Packers ran away with this one and didn't need to pass the ball much, so Lazard's modest numbers led the team in both catches and receiving yards. The veteran wideout has failed to score a TD in seven straight games, topping out at five receptions and 67 yards during that stretch, but Green Bay may need Lazard to produce a ceiling game in a must-win Week 18 clash with Detroit.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: WRs to Start

    I wish this was Christian Watson in this spot, but he missed practice Wednesday and could be out with a hip injury in Week 17. If Watson is out then look for Lazard to be the go-to receiver for Aaron Rodgers in a dream matchup against the Vikings, who are No. 1 in most Fantasy points allowed to opposing receivers. There have been 10 receivers to score at least 12 PPR points against Minnesota in the past five games alone, and Lazard has top-20 upside in all leagues if he's the featured receiver for Green Bay in this matchup. I would also use Romeo Doubs as a No. 3 receiver in the majority of leagues if Watson were out.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Leading receiver against Miami

    Lazard caught five of 11 targets for 61 yards in Sunday's 26-20 win over the Dolphins. Christian Watson (hip) had a big first half before getting hurt, so Lazard wound up leading the Packers in targets and receiving yards while finishing one reception behind Watson. If the rookie wideout isn't ready to go for Week 17 against the Vikings, Lazard figures to be Aaron Rodgers' top option against a Minnesota secondary that has been vulnerable almost all year.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: WRs to Sit

    Lazard was struggling when just Christian Watson was on the field with him, but now Lazard also has to contend with Romeo Doubs, who returned to action in Week 15 against the Rams following a five-game absence with an ankle injury. Lazard only had one catch for 7 yards on two targets against the Rams, and he's now scored seven PPR points or less in three of his past five games, with a high of 11 PPR points over that span. He also hasn't scored a touchdown since Week 9. I like Watson as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in all leagues, and Doubs is a borderline low-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver. As for Lazard, consider him a desperate No. 3 Fantasy receiver in Week 16 at Miami.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Quiet night in win

    Lazard brought in one of two targets for seven yards in the Packers' 24-12 win over the Rams on Monday night. Lazard notably took a back seat to the rookie duo of Romeo Doubs and Christian Watson, who finished with a combined 9-101 line on 11 targets. Lazard's catch and yardage totals were both season lows for the fifth-year veteran, and the fact they came in a rare instance where both Doubs and Watson were available is worth at least keeping in mind. However, the Packers waived veteran Sammy Watkins earlier Monday, so Lazard should still have a solid amount of opportunities for targets during what remains of the regular season.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Leads team in receiving

    Lazard caught five of six targets for 67 yards in Sunday's 28-19 win over the Bears. Lazard helped the Packers move the chains, ultimately topping the team in receiving yards. Although he's now gone four straight games without a touchdown -- a span that's coincided with rookie teammate Christian Watson scoring a whopping eight times -- Lazard at least posted his best performance over that stretch on Sunday. He'll now enter Green Bay's bye week before returning to face the Rams in Week 15.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    There are too many factors hurting Lazard: The matchup is great but it could lead to the Packers not having to throw 30-plus times. Lazard's history against Chicago is touchdown-dependent. He's not even the best receiver on his own roster over the past three games. His quarterback is playing through multiple injuries. If you start Lazard, you're hoping he scores and becomes much more efficient than he's been, and you're probably hoping for the Bears offense to put up some points so that the Packers don't just pummel the Chicago defense with the run game. It's a lot to count on for Lazard, which is why I'd rather start Zay Jones, Michael Pittman and Christian Watson.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Low production in Sunday's loss

    Lazard caught two of three targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 40-33 loss to the Eagles. Lazard did not carry an injury designation into Sunday's tilt, so his low usage can't be attributed to his nagging shoulder. Rookie Christian Watson (4/110/1) continued to produce WR1 numbers for the third week in a row, leaving scraps for the rest of a depleted receiver room. Lazard has performed well when healthy this season (40/553/5 across 10 games), so fantasy managers should forgive this dud ahead of a Week 13 matchup against the Bears on Sunday.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Ready to go Sunday

    Lazard (shoulder) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Eagles. Lazard hurt his shoulder Week 7, missed Week 8 and has played through the injury ever since, averaging 4.0 catches for 63 yards on 8.3 targets in a stretch that's coincided with Christian Watson's emergence. There's little question about those two and Randall Cobb serving as the lead trio at receiver for Green Bay again, especially with Romeo Doubs (ankle) ruled out another game.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Remains limited at practice

    Lazard (shoulder) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday. Since Lazard sat out a Week 8 road game against the Bills due to a shoulder injury, the issue has been evident on Packers practice reports in advance of the last three contests, all of which he managed at least an 87 percent share of snaps. His production has been somewhat sporadic, though, with 12 catches (on 25 targets) for 189 yards and one touchdown during that span. Friday's report will reveal whether or not Lazard ditches his designation ahead of Sunday's outing at Philadelphia.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Lazard (shoulder) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice. Lazard's left shoulder has been a bother since he exited the Packers' Week 7 loss at Washington. But he's missed just one game as a result, otherwise suiting up for each of the last three contests. During that stretch, Lazard reeled in 12 of 25 targets for 189 yards and one touchdown. Rookie wide receiver Romeo Doubs (ankle) isn't expected to return for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, so Lazard, Christian Watson, Randall Cobb (illness) and Sammy Watkins should continue to be the primary options at the position for quarterback Aaron Rodgers (thumb).
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: WRs to Start

    Christian Watson was worth adding and has the potential to be a starter in all leagues this week after he had four catches for 107 yards and three touchdowns on eight targets in Week 10 against Dallas. But I still like Lazard as the better Fantasy receiver for the Packers against the Titans. While he only had three catches for 45 yards on four targets against the Cowboys, that was just his second game this season without a touchdown or 100 receiving yards. I expect him to rebound this week against the Titans, who have allowed 13 receivers to score at least 12 PPR points this year.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Five grabs in Week 11 loss

    Lazard brought in five of 11 targets for 57 yards in the Packers' 27-17 loss to the Titans on Thursday night. Lazard paced the Packers in targets on the night, but he wasn't very efficient with his volume. However, he did finish second in receptions and receiving yards for Green Bay, with his last catch a clutch third-down conversion on the team's final drive. Lazard is offering solid but unspectacular production since putting up a season-high 116-yard effort against the Patriots in Week 4, topping out at six catches and 87 yards as far as single-game highs over the last six contests. Lazard may have an uphill battle improving on those numbers in a Week 12 road matchup against the Eagles a week from Sunday night.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Set to play in Week 11

    Lazard (shoulder) doesn't have a designation for Thursday's contest against the Titans, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports. Despite being listed as a limited participant on all three Week 11 practice reports due to a lingering shoulder injury, Lazard will be available to a Packers offense without rookie wide receiver Romeo Doubs, who is missing a second game in a row due to a high-ankle sprain. Lazard doesn't have a problem seeing a large snap share when available due to his reliability in all situations, but his output can vary wildly. During Christian Watson's breakout this past Sunday versus the Cowboys, Lazard turned a season-high 98 percent share of snaps into just three catches (on four targets) for 45 yards.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Tagged as limited participant

    Lazard (shoulder) was listed as a limited participant at Tuesday's walk-through practice. Lazard is maintaining his same listing from Monday's estimated report, but the Packers haven't provided any indication he suffered any setback with his shoulder issue after he played 60 snaps in this past Sunday's 31-28 overtime win over the Cowboys. Since sitting out a Week 8 loss to Buffalo with the injury, Lazard has played north of 85 percent of the snaps on offense while stringing together a 7-132-1 receiving line on 14 targets. Lazard is expected to be ready to go for Thursday's game against the Titans, but the Packers' final Week 11 injury report Wednesday will reveal whether he carries a designation into that contest.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Limited on estimated report

    Lazard (shoulder) was listed as limited on Monday's estimated injury report. Since sitting out Week 8 due to a shoulder issue, Lazard has been under practice limitations that now have continued into Week 11 prep. Still, he's handled snap shares of 87 and 98 percent the last two games en route to a cumulative 7-132-1 line on 14 targets. With Romeo Doubs sidelined due to a high-ankle sprain, Lazard will continue to be one of the top targets for quarterback Aaron Rodgers (thumb, DNP on Monday), assuming the duo are both active Thursday against the Titans.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Ready for Sunday

    Lazard (shoulder) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Dallas. Lazard sat out Green Bay's Week 8 loss to Buffalo but returned Week 9 and caught four passes for 87 yards and a touchdown in a loss to Detroit while playing 88 percent of the snaps on offense. With Romeo Doubs suffering a high-ankle sprain Week 9 and expected to miss multiple games, Lazard is locked in as Aaron Rodgers' favorite target and has a good chance to extend a six-game streak with four or more catches and six or more targets. He's yet to have a huge game this year despite scoring touchdowns in five of seven appearances, as his lone outing with more than 100 yards was one of the two in which he didn't find the end zone.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Stays limited at practice

    Lazard (shoulder) was limited in practice Thursday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Lazard maintained his activity level from the first session of Week 10 prep, as did running back Aaron Jones (ankle), while quarterback Aaron Rodgers (right thumb) and fellow wide receiver Sammy Watkins (knee) joined them after sitting out Wednesday. With rookie WR Romeo Doubs expected to miss 4-to-6 weeks due to a high-ankle sprain, Lazard and any other skill-position player that's available is in line for additional targets. First, though, Lazard will have one more chance to practice in full before potentially getting a designation for Sunday's game versus the Cowboys.
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  • Packers' Allen Lazard: Still limited by shoulder issue

    Lazard (shoulder) practiced in a limited fashion Wednesday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. The Packers are as banged up as they've been all season, with quarterback Aaron Rodgers (thumb) and fellow wide receivers Romeo Doubs (ankle) and Sammy Watkins sitting out Wednesday, Aaron Jones (ankle) joining Lazard as limited, and Christian Watson (concussion protocol) practicing in full. As long as Lazard is able to play through his shoulder concern, he'll be in line for a significant workload considering the state of the team's skill-position group. In his last five appearances, he's earned between seven and 10 targets per game en route to a cumulative 24-369-3 receiving line.
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