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Sep 18, 2022 6 78 26 2 19
Sep 11, 2022 6 117 49 0 11

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2022 12 195 16.25 2 0.00
2021 77 982 12.75 5 11 11.00 1307.6
2020 48 621 12.94 6 3 1.50 987
3y Avg. 64 771 12.05 5 36 9.00 1107.3
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: WRs to Start

    Kirk is living up to his contract so far, and he's been awesome for Fantasy managers. He's worth starting again in Week 3 at the Chargers in a tough matchup. Kirk has 18 targets on the season, and he's converted them into 12 catches for 195 yards and two touchdowns. He scored at least 17 PPR points in each outing against Washington and Indianapolis, and he should have another quality performance against the Chargers. It's a tough secondary, but Kirk should still play well with the amount of volume he'll get from Trevor Lawrence.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Catches two touchdowns

    Kirk caught all six of his targets for 78 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 24-0 win over the Colts. Kirk didn't replicate the volume from his spectacular Week 1 performance, but he still turned in an impressive showing. He found the end zone on receptions of 10 and five yards while also chipping in lengthier gains of 26 and 21 yards in between. It's still early, but Kirk appears to be in line for a breakout season as he has tallied 12 receptions for 195 yards and two touchdowns in his first two games with Jacksonville.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Breaks century mark with new team

    Kirk caught six passes (12 targets) for 117 yards in Sunday's 28-22 loss to the Commanders. Kirk hit the ground running with his new club, leading Jacksonville in every receiving category Sunday. The 25-year-old went from being the second or third receiving option during his four years in Arizona to now potentially being Trevor Lawrence's favorite target with the Jaguars. Fantasy managers who drafted Kirk have to be pleased with their decision heading into a Week 2 matchup against the Colts.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Start 'Em

    Kirk should see plenty of passes from Trevor Lawrence this week as the Jaguars will attack this Washington secondary. And if the lone preseason appearance for Lawrence and Kirk is any indication, Kirk could be in line for a monster campaign. They played one half against Pittsburgh in the preseason, and Kirk had eight targets for five catches and 54 yards. Let's hope that's a sign of things to come in Week 1 and all season.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Rested ahead of Week 1

    Kirk is not in line to play in Saturday's preseason finale against the Falcons, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. The same applies to fellow WRs Marvin Jones and Zay Jones as well as QB Trevor Lawrence, RBs Travis Etienne and James Robinson (Achilles) and TE Evan Engram. Kirk's focus will thus shift to preparing for the Jaguars' Week 1 contest against the Commanders, a game in which he'll make his regular season debut for Jacksonville after signing a four-year, $72 million contract with the team this offseason to serve as Lawrence's top wideout target.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Targeted eight times

    Kirk recorded five receptions on eight targets for 54 yards in Saturday's preseason loss to the Steelers. Kirk appeared in game action for the first time with the Jaguars, and he led the team with eight targets. The results were uneven, but he hauled in a 22-yard reception and also worked effectively in the middle areas of the field. Kirk will be a substantial part of Jacksonville's offense after signing a lucrative multi-year deal to join the team this offseason.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Back in team drills Monday

    Kirk (ankle) participated in team drills during Monday's practice that ran at full speed, John Shipley of SI.com reports. Kirk unsurprisingly was a healthy scratch for the Jaguars in the Hall of Fame Game, but he was spotted working on the side last Wednesday and ultimately didn't play in Friday's preseason contest against the Browns due to an ankle injury. As of Monday, he was back on the field without limitations, including a big connection with Trevor Lawrence. The Jaguars likely want to see more of that in one of Jacksonville's final two exhibitions, be it this Saturday versus the Steelers or Saturday, Aug. 27 in Atlanta.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Taking seat Friday

    Kirk (ankle) isn't expected to play in Friday's preseason game against the Browns, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. After not suiting up for the Hall of Fame Game, Kirk was spotted working on the side at Wednesday's practice due to an ankle issue, which will keep him in street clothes for the Jaguars' second exhibition. He'll have two more chances to get some work with quarterback Trevor Lawrence before the regular season, the first of them Saturday, Aug. 20 versus the Steelers. Along with Kirk, Laviska Shenault (hamstring) and Jamal Agnew won't be available Friday, leaving Marvin Jones, Zay Jones and Laquon Treadwell, among others, as the team's active wide receivers.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Dealing with minor ankle injury

    Kirk is working off to the side at Wednesday's practice due to an ankle injury, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. The injury, while seemingly minor, will probably be reason enough to hold Kirk out of Friday's preseason game against Cleveland. The Jaguars are expected to play their other starters, and they're already a bit thin at wide receiver with depth options Laviska Shenault (ankle) and Jamal Agnew (hip) ruled out for Friday's game. Kirk, Marvin Jones and Zay Jones have been getting most of the first-team reps at training camp, with Kirk taking many snaps from the slot.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Not in line to play Thursday

    Kirk won't play in Thursday's Hall of Fame Game against the Raiders, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The same applies to fellow wideouts Marvin Jones, Zay Jones and Laviska Shenault, a context that will give a handful of players looking to secure depth roles in the team's passing offense an opportunity to log snaps in Thursday's preseason opener.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: Set to join Jaguars

    Kirk and the Jaguars agreed Monday to a four-year contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Per Albert Breer of SI.com, Kirk's deal is worth up to $84 million in total, with $72 million in base salary and $3 million in performance-based incentives available for each year of the contract. Regardless of the exact structure of the pact, it's clear that the Jaguars prioritized adding a pass catcher like Kirk in free agency with an eye toward bolstering the supporting cast of second-year quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Kirk, who turned 25 this past November, is coming off a 2021 campaign in which he led the Cardinals in receiving yards (982), catches (77) and targets (103) while adding five touchdowns in 17 games.
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  • Jaguars' Christian Kirk: New target for Lawrence

    Kirk is slated to sign with the Jaguars as an unrestricted free agent, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Jacksonville continues to make splashes in the free-agent market, but Kirk marks the first addition to the skill-position ranks. He'll join Marvin Jones and Laviska Shenault as the top wide receiver options for second-year quarterback Trevor Lawrence in 2022. Kirk is coming off his most productive season overall as a pro last year, hauling in 77 of 103 targets for 982 yards and five touchdowns in 17 games with the Cardinals.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Leads team in catches

    Kirk caught six of 10 targets for 51 yards in Monday night's 34-11 wild-card round loss to the Rams. Kirk led the Cardinals in all major receiving categories, going for a team-long gain of 23 yards as well. Despite Arizona ending its season on a sour note, Kirk overall enjoyed his best campaign as a pro. The wideout caught 77 of 103 targets for 982 yards and five touchdowns while not missing any games for the first time in his four-year career. On the back of that production, the 25-year-old is slated to enter free agency this offseason with his value on the rise, making it uncertain whether the Cardinals will be able to bring him back or not.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Leading receiver against Dallas

    Kirk caught six of nine targets for 79 yards in Sunday's 25-22 win over the Cowboys. Kyler Murray did a good job spreading the ball around, as Kirk led the Cards in receiving yards but Zach Ertz led in receptions with seven, while Antoine Wesley was on the end of both of Murray's TD passes. Kirk has a 25-307-1 line on 36 targets over the last four games as the team's de facto No. 1 wideout, giving him plenty of momentum heading into a Week 18 clash with the Seahawks.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Garners nine targets in Week 16

    Kirk caught seven of nine passes for 48 yards during Saturday's 22-16 defeat to the Colts. With DeAndre Hopkins (knee) beginning a lengthy absence following Week 14, Kirk has benefitted on the target front, seeing his biggest counts in the category of the campaign over the last two contests. Overall, Kirk put up a 16-142-1 line on 21 targets in that span, while tight end Zach Ertz managed 14-145-0 on 24 targets. The pair appears to be Kyler Murray's top options at the moment, so Kirk again should be poised for significant volume in the Cardinals' next game Sunday, Jan. 2 in Dallas.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Top receiver with Hopkins out

    Kirk caught nine of 12 targets for 94 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-12 loss to the Lions. Kirk stepped into the No. 1 wide receiver role in DeAndre Hopkins' (knee) absence, setting new season highs in catches and targets, but the rest of the Cardinals struggled as the team suffered a shocking loss to a Lions team that came into the game with a 1-11-1 record. His 26-yard touchdown with just 4:40 left in the game was too little too late, but it raised Kirk's season total to five heading into a Week 16 visit from the vulnerable Colts pass defense.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Three grabs in loss

    Kirk caught three of six targets for 86 yards in Monday night's 30-23 loss to the Rams. Kirk's performance was fueled by a long catch in each half. In the second quarter, he hauled in a 41-yard dime from Kyler Murray, then Kirk was the recipient of a 47-yarder in the fourth. Those big plays enabled the wideout to accumulate his third-most receiving yards in a game this season, helping Kirk rebound after posting merely one catch for four yards in Week 13.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Another paltry showing

    Kirk caught one of three targets for a season-low four yards during Sunday's 33-22 win at Chicago. With Kyler Murray only attempting 15 passes in his first game action since Week 8, there wasn't much volume to go around for Cardinals receivers Sunday. Kirk actually paced the team in targets, and eight different players recorded one or two receptions, but only DeAndre Hopkins and James Conner were able to take advantage with TDs. Looking ahead to Week 14, Kirk will attempt to bounce back against a Rams defense that also contained him to one catch back in Week 4.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Musters two catches Sunday

    Kirk corralled two of five targets for 25 yards during Sunday's 23-13 win at Seattle. With DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) again sidelined, Kirk joined A.J. Green and Rondale Moore as the top wide receivers available for the Cardinals. Colt McCoy was also under center for a third straight game with Kyler Murray (ankle) out. The lack of production was notable after Kirk combined for a 13-149-0 line on 14 targets between Weeks 9 and 10, but each member of this receiving corps has had its highs and lows this season. Arizona has a Week 12 bye, so the offense as a whole could be back to normal by the time it takes the field again Sunday, Dec. 5 at Chicago.
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  • Cardinals' Christian Kirk: Makes seven grabs

    Kirk caught seven of eight targets for 58 yards in Sunday's 34-10 loss to the Panthers. Kirk led Arizona in all major receiving categories with top wideout DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) sidelined. However, with star quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) also out again, the Cardinals struggled mightily passing the ball, with signal-callers Colt McCoy and Chris Streveler managing just 143 yards combined. While Kirk has been productive within a short-handed offense lately, he'll hope Murray can return to the lineup in Week 11 versus the 49ers.
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