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Oct 2, 2022 7 149 54 0 14
Sep 25, 2022 5 64 18 1 12
Sep 18, 2022 4 35 12 0 3
Sep 12, 2022 7 36 15 0 1

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2022 23 284 12.35 1 0.00
2021 75 967 12.89 12 6 6.00 1689.9
2020 83 1303 15.70 10 0.00 18811.8
3y Avg. 72 1057 14.68 10 6 6.00 16310.2
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Paces pass catchers in win

    Metcalf secured seven of 10 targets for 149 yards in the Seahawks' 48-45 win over the Lions on Sunday. Metcalf produced team-high figures in receptions, receiving yards and targets, with a 54-yard grab the highlight of his performance. The trademark effort made up for a slow start to the season for Metcalf, who'd topped out at seven receptions and 64 yards in terms of his individual game highs over the first three weeks of the campaign. With his first 100-yard effort of 2022 now under his belt, Metcalf will look to put together a successful encore in a Week 5 road battle versus the Saints.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Hits pay dirt in loss

    Metcalf had five receptions (12 targets) for 64 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Falcons. Metcalf was finally able to turn in a strong fantasy performance with Geno Smith at the helm after totaling just 71 yards and no touchdowns through Seattle's first two games. The lack of efficiency (42 percent catch rate) from the quarterback/wideout duo is concerning projecting forward, but fantasy managers have to be pleased with the end results after a pair of duds to start the season. Metcalf will look to build off of this positive performance in a favorable matchup against the Lions next Sunday.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: WRs to Start

    Last week, Tyler Lockett had a great game at San Francisco with nine catches for 107 yards on 11 targets, proving that Geno Smith can help his receivers have a productive outing. This week, Metcalf will have his best game of the season. He struggled in two games so far with a combined 15 PPR points against the Broncos and 49ers, but those secondaries are tough. The Falcons have allowed four receivers to score at least 15 PPR points so far this season with Michael Thomas, Jarvis Landry, Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson, and hopefully Metcalf will follow suit. He's worth trusting as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Four grabs in Week 2 loss

    Metcalf caught four of six targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers. For the second straight game, Metcalf saw solid volume from Geno Smith, but it failed to translate into much production. The entire Seattle offense struggled in this one, and the team's only score came on a blocked field goal that got returned to the end zone by Mike Jackson. Metcalf had more success last year with Smith under center, catching 14 passes on 18 targets for 197 yards and three TDs in the QB's three starts, and the talented wideout could break out 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' DK Metcalf: WRs to Sit

    DK Metcalf was clearly the go-to receiver for Geno Smith in Week 1 against Denver with seven targets, but he finished with just 36 yards, including a lost fumble. I expect him to do better than that in Week 2, but not by a lot. In his past three games against San Francisco, Metcalf is averaging just 10.2 PPR points per game, and he only has one touchdown over that span. He's a good No. 3 Fantasy receiver this week, but I don't consider him a must-start option in two-receiver formats.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Catches all seven MNF targets

    Metcalf caught all seven of his targets for 36 yards and lost a fumble in Monday's 17-16 win over the Broncos. One play after showing off his hands and strength to pluck the ball out of the air for a 15-yard gain on third-and-10, Metcalf got greedy on a short pass and had the ball punched out as he was fighting for extra yardage. That fumble was sandwiched between a pair of Broncos fumbles inside Seattle's five-yard line, so Metcalf's miscue didn't wind up costing his team. Big downfield plays could be rare for Metcalf in a conservative Seattle offense helmed by Geno Smith, but the athletic wide receiver was the top option in the passing game, as no teammate saw more than four targets. Metcalf and the Seahawks will face the 49ers in Week 2.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    I want to believe Metcalf can overcome any potential struggles with new quarterback Geno Smith, but I need to see it first. As such, Metcalf is just a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues. He did score three touchdowns in three starts with Smith in 2021, but he also averaged just 3.2 catches, 65.7 yards and six targets per game over that span. The Broncos secondary is formidable, led by cornerback Patrick Surtain II, and Metcalf could struggle with a lack of volume this week. I would also try to sit Tyler Lockett in the majority of leagues as well.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Bust Alert (Start/Sit)

    We have another revenge game narrative at play here with Parker facing his former team in Miami. But that could also mean a matchup with cornerback Xavien Howard, and Parker will likely struggle in that scenario. Mac Jones has been inconsistent according to reports in training camp, and the only Patriots receiver I would be comfortable using this week is Jakobi Meyers in a deep PPR league. Parker is, at best, a desperation starter in 14-team leagues or larger.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Rests during preseason finale

    Metcalf didn't play in Friday's 27-26 preseason loss to the Cowboys. Tyler Lockett played, but Metcalf took the night off as he prepares for the Week 1 matchup against the Broncos. The night was still eventful for the star receiver, as Geno Smith was named the starting quarterback for the season opener. Metcalf had a solid connection with Smith last season, as he totaled 14 catches for 197 yards and three touchdowns during the three games that Smith started.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Plays one series Thursday

    Metcalf played the opening series of Thursday's 27-11 preseason loss to the Bears but wasn't targeted. Metcalf got his feet wet after sitting out Seattle's preseason opener, but he was used sparingly, as the Seahawks' immediate goal for Metcalf is just to keep him healthy heading into the regular season. Metcalf may see more significant action in the Aug. 26 preseason finale in Dallas so that he can build a rapport with Geno Smith (knee) or Drew Lock (COVID-19) before the games start to count.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Doesn't play in preseason opener

    Metcalf didn't play during the Seahawks' 32-25 preseason loss to the Steelers on Saturday. Metcalf signed a three-year extension with Seattle in late July, but he was held off the field during Saturday's preseason opener since the Seahawks elected to rest some of their starters. It's not yet clear whether the 24-year-old will see the field at all during the preseason, but his fantasy potential in 2022 is somewhat dependent on the play of Geno Smith or Drew Lock after Russell Wilson was traded to Denver during the offseason.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Signs three-year extension

    Metcalf has agreed to terms on a three-year, $72 million extension with the Seahawks, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Per the report, the wideout's deal includes $58.2 million guaranteed, with a $30 million signing bonus. With coach Pete Carroll having noted Wednesday that Metcalf -- who is bouncing back from a foot injury -- had passed his physical, look for the 2019 second-rounder to return to practice in short order. Heading into the 2022 season, Metcalf and Tyler Lockett remain entrenched as Seattle's top wideouts, but with Russell Wilson no longer in the mix, the duo are in line to be catching passes from either Geno Smith or Drew Lock come Week 1.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Moves past foot issue

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll acknowledged Wednesday that Metcalf's offseason foot surgery isn't the reason the wideout isn't participating in the team's early training camp practices, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Per Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle, Metcalf has indeed passed his physical, but for now he's sitting out practice while he and the team look to work out a new contract. Carroll hinted that progresses is being made on a new deal, which suggests that Metcalf could be back on the field with his teammates before long.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Not practicing yet

    Metcalf (foot) is present at Wednesday's practice but isn't participating, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. The Seahawks' decision to keep Metcalf off the active/PUP list suggests he has a chance to practice in some capacity during the early part of training camp. No setbacks have been reported since his foot surgery in March, with the bigger issue for fantasy being a poor quarterback situation in Seattle.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Reports for training camp

    Metcalf (foot) was present for the first day of Seattle's training camp Tuesday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports. Metcalf skipped mandatory minicamp in June, and there had been some speculation that he would hold out for a new contract, but his appearance at training camp suggests the star wide receiver will not be holding out. It isn't clear whether he will be able to practice with the team immediately, as Metcalf has been recovering from foot surgery. Metcalf wasn't among the initial wave of Seahawks placed on the active/PUP list, which likely indicates that he isn't expected to miss much, if any, practice time.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Not present for minicamp

    Metcalf (foot) isn't present for the start of Seahawks' mandatory minicamp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Rapoport adds that Metcalf continues to rehab from a surgically repaired left foot in Los Angeles while Seattle begins mandatory minicamp. The star wideout is entering the final year of his rookie deal and may be displeased with the lack of an extension, but he did take part in voluntary workouts in May. Regardless, even if he was present this week, Metcalf likely wouldn't be able to practice anyway, so the ramifications of his absence remain unclear at this point.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Ditches walking boot

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed Saturday that Metcalf no longer is using a walking boot to protect his surgically repaired left foot, Liz Mathews of USA Today reports. Carroll also noted that Metcalf has resumed running, though presumably not yet at 100 percent after he underwent foot surgery in February. The 24-year-old is expected to continue his rehab into the spring, so he may not be fully cleared before OTAs come to an end. Metcalf should be at or near full strength by training camp in late July, if not minicamp in mid-June, when he and Tyler Lockett will headline a new-look Seattle passing game that will be helmed by a yet-to-be-determined starter following Russell Wilson's move to Denver earlier in the offseason. The Seahawks didn't add to the position group through the draft over the weekend, tentatively leaving Drew Lock, Geno Smith and Jacob Eason to compete for the starting job.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: No extension talks yet

    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the Seahawks haven't directly addressed the issue of a new contract for Metcalf, who showed up for the start of the voluntary offseason program while continuing his rehab from foot surgery, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. It wouldn't have been a surprise if Metcalf hadn't reported, considering he's rehabbing from surgery and oft-mentioned in trade rumors as he enters the final year of his rookie contract. He'll likely miss spring practices after foot surgery this winter, but the 24-year-old wideout should be ready for training camp and Week 1
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: Extension not yet being discussed

    Coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday, when asked about a potential contract extension for Metcalf (foot), that "we have not gotten to that topic yet specifically because we've got so many other things going on," Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Metcalf is entering the final year of his rookie deal, and with quarterback Russell Wilson having been traded to the Broncos, Seattle's roster is facing a transition to a new era. Carroll did say the Seahawks "intend for [Metcalf] to be with us" for the long term, but at least in the early stages of the offseason, it appears extending the 2019 second-round pick hasn't ranked atop the team's list of priorities. Per Condotta, Carroll suggested that extensions will be dealt with after the free agency period has completely run its course. For the time being Drew Lock stands atop the depth chart at QB, but it seems likely that Seattle will add competition for the starting job via a trade, free agency, or in April's draft, potentially with the ninth overall pick.
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  • Seahawks' DK Metcalf: QB downgrade in contract year

    Metcalf (foot) will likely have a downgrade at quarterback in 2022 after the Seahawks traded Russell Wilson to the Broncos on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Metcalf took a step back last year but still managed to post a 75-967-12 line through 17 games despite dealing with a lingering foot injury for most of the season. Head coach Pete Carroll said last week that Metcalf underwent a minor offseason procedure in February to remove a screw from his left foot, but the 24-year-old wideout should be good to go for training camp, if not OTAs. The bigger concern is the changing of the guard at quarterback and the Seahawks' commitment to a rebuild. Metcalf had a strong connection with Wilson, recording 3,170 receiving yards and 29 touchdowns through his first three NFL seasons. Now, Drew Lock -- who has a career 6.7 YPA and a 59.3 completion percentage -- is seemingly the top QB in Seattle for now, though the Seahawks will likely pick a QB in the draft or bring one in via trade or free agency. Metcalf may have the pedigree to overcome a severe downgrade at QB, but this likely isn't the type of turbulence he wanted in his contract season.
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