Recent Games

date rec
Receiving Yards
Longest Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Jan 8, 2023 0 0 0 0
Jan 1, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2022 0 0 0 0
Dec 19, 2022 1 3 3 0
Dec 8, 2022 7 89 32 0 8


Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
@ 4 17
vs 27 22
@ 8 18
@ 7 18
vs 6 18
vs 5 17
vs 25 21
@ 28 22
@ 13 19
- -
vs 4 17
@ 5 17
vs 11 19
@ 17 20
vs 16 20
vs 10 18
@ 9 18
@ 27 22

Fantasy Stats

receiving rushing fantasy
Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 39 376 9.64 17 17.00 443.1
2021 11 133 12.09 0.00 130.9
3y Avg. 25 254 10.16 8 0.00 251.8
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Out for season

    Coach Sean McVay said Tuesday that Skowronek will miss the rest of the campaign due to a calf strain, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Per Cameron DaSilva of USA Today, Skowronek appeared to get banged up following a reception in the first half of Monday's game at Green Bay, but his eventual snap share (67 percent) indicates he gutted through what was bothering him. McVay now has clarified that the issue won't allow Skowronek to play again this season, meaning the second-year pro will end the year with 39 catches on 61 targets for 376 yards and no touchdowns in 14 appearances. He will join four other Rams wide receivers on the sidelines, leaving the team down to Van Jefferson, Tutu Atwell, Brandon Powell, Austin Trammell and Lance McCutcheon on the active roster.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Nets just three yards

    Skowronek caught one of three targets for three yards during Monday's 24-12 loss to the Packers. Fantasy managers hoping for another standout performance from Skowronek after he erupted for a 7-89-0 line in Week 14 were greeted with a floor game fromthe second-year wideout, his second-worst performance of the season after a zero-catch day against the Buccaneers in Week 9. Baker Mayfield was under duress all night, taking a total of five sacks and throwing a bad pick that was targeted to Skowronek, and the chemistry the duo showed against the Raiders evaporated against a stout Green Bay defense. Mayfield faces an even more imposing defense in Week 16 when Denver comes to town, which makes gambling on Skowronek to bounce back a tall order.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Week 15 Waiver Priority List

    Skowronek stepped up in the first game with Baker Mayfield in Week 14 against the Raiders. Skowronek had seven catches for 89 yards on eight targets in that game, and we could see Mayfield make Skowronek his No. 1 option with Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Allen Robinson (foot) out. You can also look at Van Jefferson (56 percent rostered), who had the game-winning touchdown against Las Vegas from Mayfield with two catches for 44 yards on four targets, and Tutu Atwell (2 percent), who had nine targets for five catches and 50 yards in Week 14. All of them are worth just 1 percent of your remaining FAB, but I would gamble on Skowronek first in most leagues.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Week 15 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    A week of surprises around the NFL started with the Rams' 17-16 win over the Raiders Thursday, and Skowronek was a big part of that. He led the team in catches and yards, while finishing with one fewer target than Tutu Atwell for the team lead. Skowronek hasn't done much in Cooper Kupp's absence this season overall, but maybe Baker Mayfield at QB can help him finish the season strong. In PPR leagues with deeper lineups, he's worth a look.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Paces pass catchers in win

    Skowronek brought in seven of eight targets for 89 yards in the Rams' 17-16 win over the Raiders on Thursday night. The second-year wideout finished as the team leader in receptions and receiving yards while checking in second in targets. Skowronek's ability to develop quick chemistry with new quarterback Baker Mayfield -- his catch and yardage tallies were both career highs -- certainly seems to bode well for the receiver's prospects down the stretch, especially with Mayfield seemingly having locked in a Week 15 starting opportunity on the road versus the Packers on Monday night, Dec. 19.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Ready for Thursday night

    Skowronek (shoulder) doesn't have a designation for Thursday's game versus the Raiders, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. Rams head coach Sean McVay revealed Monday that Skowronek was tending to a shoulder injury, which resulted in limited listings on Monday's estimated practice report and for Tuesday's walk-through session. On Wednesday, Skowronek was labeled a full participant at the Rams' jog-through session and now is ready to roll Week 14. With both Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Allen Robinson (foot) sidelined this past Sunday against the Seahawks, Skowronek earned his second-highest snap share of the season (97 percent) but turned the elevated workload into just two catches (on three targets) for 30 yards.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Listed as limited again

    Skowronek (shoulder) is officially listed as a limited participant on Tuesday's practice estimate, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Skowronek's limited listing is just an estimate, as the Rams held a walk-through instead of an actual practice ahead of Thursday's game against the Raiders. Along with two receptions for 30 yards in the Rams' Week 13 loss to Seattle he also picked up a shoulder injury, but if he's able to suit up Thursday there could be opportunities for him in a passing game missing Cooper Kupp (ankle) and Allen Robinson (foot).
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Listed as limited participant

    Skowronek (shoulder) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's injury report, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reprots. The Rams didn't practice Monday, so the report was merely an estimate. Head coach Sean McVay said earlier in the day that he felt good about Skowronek's chances of playing Thursday against the Raiders, despite picking up a shoulder injury during Sunday's loss to Seattle. The wideout caught two passes for 30 yards Week 13, marking his highest receiving output since Week 6. Skowronek will have two more chance to log a full session before the team needs to make a decision on his status for Week 14, but he appears to be trending in the right direction.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Dealing with shoulder injury

    Rams head coach Sean McVay said Monday that Skowronek is considered day-to-day with a shoulder injury but feels good about the wideout's chances of playing Thursday against the Raiders, Stu Jackson of the team's official site reports. Skowronek caught two of three targets for 30 yards while playing 62 of the Rams' 64 offensive snaps during Sunday's loss to Seattle. However, it appears the wideout picked up a health concern as well. Despite McVay's optimism, fantasy managers still should monitor Skowronek's participation in practice ahead of Thursday's matchup.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Two catches in loss

    Skowronek secured two of three targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Seahawks. The Rams' first drive of the day was highlighted by a toe-tap catch from Skowronek for 22 yards, which helped set up a one-yard Cam Akers rushing touchdown. Beyond that, however, Skowronek only made one more catch despite being on the field for all but two snaps on offense. Both John Wolford and Bryce Perkins have struggled under center for the Rams in place of Matthew Stafford (neck), making it difficult to rely on Skowronek for consistent production, even with a tantalizing matchup against the Raiders on tap for Week 14.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Little production in defeat

    Skowronek secured two of four targets for five yards in Sunday's 26-10 loss to the Chiefs. Despite finishing second on the team in targets, Skowronek had another quiet performance in what has become a recurring theme for the second-year wideout. With Allen Robinson (foot) now out for the season and Cooper Kupp (ankle) unlikely to return with the Rams essentially out of playoff contention, Skowronek now slots in as the Rams' No. 2 wide receiver. However, given the state of the offense with Bryce Perkins at the helm with Matthew Stafford (neck) week-to-week, it's hard to see a path to fantasy relevance for Skowronek in the short term.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Just one catch in loss

    Skowronek secured one of four targets for four yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Saints. It was another disappointing performance from the second-year wideout, who has just four receptions for 28 yards since the Week 7 bye. Despite playing the most snaps of any Rams wide receiver, Skowronek actually finished fourth on the team in targets and a distant seventh in receiving yardage. With Allen Robinson and Van Jefferson leading the team at wideout during the absence of Cooper Kupp (ankle), Skowronek's stock is trending down heading into a tough Week 12 matchup with the Chiefs.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Should retain starting role

    Skowronek is expected to hold down a regular role in three-receiver sets for the Rams with No. 1 wideout Cooper Kupp (ankle) projected to miss 6-to-8 weeks after undergoing surgery Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Skowronek has already seen steady involvement for the Rams in 2022, lining up primarily as a receiver and occasionally as a fullback this season while playing no fewer than 61 percent of the snaps on offense in any of his nine appearances. Van Jefferson's absence from the Rams' first six games of the season had a hand in freeing up some playing time for Skowronek, and now Kupp's upcoming absence likely ensures that trend continues, perhaps for the remainder of the season. Perhaps more significantly, the absence of Kupp and the 10.8 targets per game he had averaged this season creates more looks for all of the Rams' key pass catchers, with all of Skowronek, Jefferson, Allen Robinson and Tyler Higbee likely to benefit to varying degrees. Robinson and Higbee will presumably serve as the preferred targets for quarterback Matthew Stafford heading into Sunday's matchup with the Saints, but Skowronek could carve out some utility in deeper leagues as a No. 3 or 4 option in the passing game.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Seven targets Sunday

    Skowronek caught two of seven targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Cardinals. Skowronek was on the field for nearly every play on offense for the Rams, and he was peppered with seven targets from John Wolford. One of those targets bounced off of the hybrid wide receiver/fullback's hands, however, and was intercepted by Budda Baker in the fourth quarter to essentially end any hope of a comeback for the Rams. With Cooper Kupp (ankle) looking like he may miss some time, Skowronek will be looked upon as one of the top receiving options for the Rams, along with Allen Robinson and Van Jefferson, heading into a Week 11 tilt against the Saints.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Held without a catch

    Skowronek failed to secure either of his two targets in Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Buccaneers. The return of Van Jefferson and resurgence of Allen Robinson for the Rams clearly has had an effect on the performance of Skowronek, despite Jefferson failing to secure a single catch in either of the last two contests. Skowronek now is a distant fifth in the pecking order for targets in L.A.'s offense, and his role has shrunk considerably, with just three targets and a single catch for 10 yards during the aforementioned stretch.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: One catch in defeat

    Skowronek caught his only target for 10 yards in the Rams' 31-14 loss to the 49ers in Week 8. With the return of Van Jefferson on Sunday, Skowronek saw a slight drop in his offensive workload, recording a season-low one reception in the loss. The 25-year-old has now slipped into the No. 4 receiver role, limiting his upside moving forward.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Runs in score Sunday

    Skowronek caught all five of his targets for 40 yards and ran in a 17-yard touchdown on his only carry during Sunday's 24-10 win over the Panthers. His score late in the third quarter put the Rams ahead for good, and his first TD of the season came on his first carry of the season. Skowronek has emerged as a reliable option in the absence of Van Jefferson (knee), catching at least four passes in four of the first six games, but with Allen Robinson showing signs of getting comfortable in the scheme and Jefferson returning eventually, his role could shrink following the Rams' Week 7 bye.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Two catches in loss

    Skowronek brought in two of three targets for 33 yards during Monday's 24-9 loss to the 49ers. Skowronek had a brief injury scare in the fourth quarter, coming off the field holding his left leg. He returned on the next series, however, and was on the field for 88 percent of the team's offensive snaps, which is right on par for his season average. Allen Robinson struggled again, notching just two catches for seven yards on six targets, and Skowronek's versatility and reliability may push him into an even larger role behind Cooper Kupp.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Leading receiver in Week 3 win

    Skowronek caught all four of his targets for 66 yards in Sunday's 20-12 win over the Cardinals. The Rams' passing game was quiet in the victory, but Skowronek tied Tyler Higbee and Cooper Kupp for the lead in receptions while pacing the team in receiving yards in the best performance of his brief NFL career. With Van Jefferson (knee) now on IR, Skowronek will get more time to establish himself as a reliable option for Matthew Stafford.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Just two touches

    Skowronek caught two of three targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 31-27 victory against the Falcons. Skowronek saw a dip in overall production but was on the field for 54 out of 68 snaps on offense, an encouraging sign that the team still trusts the second-year wideout significantly more than Brandon Powell and Tutu Atwell, who combined for just eight offensive snaps. As long as Van Jefferson (knee) continues to miss time, Skowronek should hold on to the No. 3 wide receiver role with a Week 3 home matchup against the Raiders looming.
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