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Jan 8, 2023 5 104 45 0 11
Jan 1, 2023 1 11 11 0 1
Dec 25, 2022 6 49 20 0 4
Dec 19, 2022 4 46 15 0 4
Dec 4, 2022 3 48 19 1 20

Fantasy Stats

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2022 41 611 14.90 7 80 11.43 1148.1
2021
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Fantasy News

  • Packers' Christian Watson: Strong finish to rookie campaign

    Watson (hip) corralled five of six targets for 104 yards and rushed twice for 12 yards in Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Lions. Watson's rookie year got off to a nightmarish start when he dropped a potential huge touchdown out of the gates that led to confidence issues and early struggles. The second-round pick got things rolling midseason when he ripped off eight touchdowns over a four-game span, and he didn't surrender the No. 1 wideout role from that point forward. Watson's strong finish to the season should have fantasy managers looking for a big sophomore leap from the explosive wideout in 2023.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: WRs to Start

    Watson was clearly limited in Week 17 against Minnesota with the hip injury he suffered in Week 16 at Miami, and he finished the game against the Vikings with one catch for 11 yards on five targets. He should rebound this week against the Lions at home, and Detroit has allowed six receivers to score at least 13 PPR points in the past five games. Watson only had two catches for 24 yards on two targets against the Lions in Week 9, but he should destroy them at home in Week 18 if he's back to full strength.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Cleared to play Sunday

    Watson (hip) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Detroit, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. A hip injury caused Watson to miss the second half of Green Bay's Week 16 contest, and he then managed only one catch for 11 yards in Week 17 while playing 60 percent of snaps in a 41-17 win over the Vikings. The blowout nature of the game affected his playing time, but there's real competition for snaps/targets with Allen Lazard, Romeo Doubs and Randall Cobb all healthy. Even so, Watson should still be featured in the game plan in light of his surge during the second half of the season.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Remains limited Thursday

    Watson (hip) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday. Watson, who hurt his hip Week 16 at Miami, now has logged more work than a week ago, when he managed just one capped session before the Packers made him questionable ahead of this past Sunday's game against the Vikings. He ended up playing 60 percent of the snaps in that contest but hauled in just one of five targets for 11 yards. In the end, Friday's injury report will unveil if Watson has a designation for Sunday's regular-season finale versus the Lions.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Remains limited at practice

    Watson (hip) was a limited participant at Wednesday's walk-through practice. After injuring his hip Week 16 at Miami, Watson managed just one limited session last Friday and went into the weekend listed as questionable. He was able to suit up this past Sunday against the Vikings and rank second among Packers wide receivers in snap share (60 percent) behind Allen Lazard, but the usage only resulted in an 11-yard catch on five targets for the rookie second-round pick. Watson still is tending to the health concern during Week 18 prep, but there's been no word that he's in danger of missing Sunday's game versus the Lions.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Limited in Week 17 win

    Watson was targeted five times and caught one pass for 11 yards in Sunday's 41-17 victory over the Vikings. Watson took the field one week after injuring his hip in Green Bay's Week 16 victory over the Dolphins, but he played only 59 percent of the snaps and did not come close to matching the numbers he tossed up in his previous six appearances. Watson's participation -- or lack thereof -- in practice this week could indicate what type of workload can be expected of him in the Packers' crucial Week 18 matchup with the Lions.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Suiting up in Week 17

    Watson (hip) is active for Sunday's contest against the Vikings, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports. It remains to be seen how much work Watson can handle after taking a seat for the second half of last Sunday's win at Miami due to a hip injury and also failing to practice until Friday, when he was limited. His availability Sunday was tied to a pregame workout, which went well enough for the Packers to make him available to the offense. Over the last six games, Watson has reeled off 25 catches (on 41 targets) for 408 yards and seven touchdowns, so he may be worth a start in the fantasy postseason, if only for his big-play ability.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Set for pregame workout

    Watson (hip) will undergo a pregame workout to determine whether he'll be active Sunday versus the Vikings, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Watson didn't play in the second half of last Sunday's win at Miami due to a hip injury, which didn't allow him to mix into drills until Friday. He was limited in that session, and the Packers subsequently made him questionable ahead of Week 17 action. Watson is facing a 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, so there won't be as many options for fantasy managers to turn to if the team ends up including him on its inactive list. If the rookie second-round pick is unable to play, Green Bay will rely on Allen Lazard and Romeo Doubs as its top two wide receivers, with Randall Cobb manning the slot.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Questionable after limited practice

    Watson (hip) returned to practice Friday as a limited participant and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Minnesota. The return to practice gives some hope for a quick return after Watson missed the second half of last week's 26-20 win over Miami. He was targeted eight times in the first half, and fellow rookie Romeo Doubs joined Allen Lazard as a near-full-time starter in the second half (with Randall Cobb working the slot). It'll likely be a similar look this Sunday if Watson is deemed inactive ahead of the 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Another DNP on Thursday

    Watson (hip) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice. Coach Matt LaFleur told Matt Schneidman of The Athletic earlier Thursday that Watson was in line to practice in a limited capacity, but the rookie wide receiver ended up going down as a DNP for a second straight session. Watson thus has only one more chance Friday to mix into drills before the Packers likely hand him a designation ahead of Sunday's contest against the Vikings.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Not practicing Thursday

    Watson (hip) wasn't spotted at Thursday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. It was previously noted that the wideout was in line to practice in a limited fashion, but Watson -- who didn't practice Wednesday -- could end up going down as a 'DNP' after all. If that's the case, what Watson does Friday will be key with regard to his prospects of playing Sunday against the Vikings.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Set for limited practice

    Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said Watson (hip) will return to practice Thursday as a limited participant, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. After missing the entire second half of Sunday's 26-20 win in Miami with the hip issue, Watson was a spectator Wednesday in the Packers' first Week 17 session. The rookie wideout looks like he'll be able to go through at least a handful of drills Thursday, a positive development with regard to his chances of playing Sunday against the Vikings. Ultimately, the Packers will wait until after Friday's practice before deciding whether Watson approaches the Week 17 contest with an injury designation.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Not able to practice

    Watson (hip) didn't practice Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports. Packers head coach Matt LaFleur said Monday that he considers Watson day-to-day after the rookie sat out the second half of Sunday's 26-20 win in Miami. Fellow rookie Romeo Doubs played more than 80 percent of Green Bay's offensive snaps in the second half, after Watson caught six of eight targets for 49 yards in the first half. Lazard, Doubs and Randall Cobb will likely be Green Bay's top three wide receivers if Watson isn't available this Sunday against Minnesota.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Considered day-to-day

    Head coach Matt LaFleur said Monday that Watson (hip) is considered day-to-day, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports. Watson caught six of eight passes for 49 yards in the first half of Sunday's win at Miami, but he was deemed questionable coming out of halftime with a hip issue and eventually was ruled out. However, it appears the injury isn't serious, and the rookie wideout will have a chance to suit up Sunday against the Vikings. The Packers' practice report Wednesday may provide further clarity on Watson's availability for Week 17.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Ruled out Sunday

    Watson (hip) won't return to Sunday's game in Miami. Watson put together a productive first half, gathering in six of eight targets for 49 yards. However, he emerged from halftime as questionable to return due to a hip issue, which will end his Week 16 after all. With Watson in street clothes for the rest of Sunday, the Packers will be down to Allen Lazard, Romeo Doubs, Randall Cobb and Samori Toure at wide receiver.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Exits with hip injury

    Watson departed Sunday's game at Miami due to a hip injury. The Packers made the announcement after halftime, at which point Watson had hauled in six of eight targets for 49 yards. If he's unable to return, the team's receiving corps will have been whittled down to Allen Lazard, Romeo Doubs, Randall Cobb and Samori Toure.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Fails to extend TD streak

    Watson caught four of six targets for 46 yards in Monday's 24-12 win over the Rams. Watson maintained his status as the Packers' No. 1 wideout despite the return of fellow rookie Romeo Doubs (ankle) from injured reserve. The 23-year-old Watson failed to extend his four-game scoring streak -- in which he produced a whopping seven touchdowns -- but he did lead the team in targets. Watson could have kept his impressive streak alive had he not ran an incorrect route on the Packers' final drive that would have resulted in a wide-open touchdown. With Green Bay's receiving corps getting back to full strength, a slight dip in usage should be expected for Watson moving forward. For now, the rookie remains a strong fantasy play heading into a road matchup against Miami that could produce a high point total.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: WRs to Start

    Watson comes off his bye in Week 15 and will hopefully stay hot against the Rams on Monday night. Prior to his bye, Watson was on fire with at least 20 PPR points in four games in a row, and he scored eight total touchdowns over that span. We'll see how he does with Romeo Doubs (ankle) likely back for the Packers, but I still like Watson as a No. 2 Fantasy receiver in all leagues with tremendous upside. The Rams have allowed five receivers to score at least 18 PPR points in their past five games, and Watson has the potential for another huge stat line in this matchup at home.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: Continues scoring spree

    Watson caught three of six targets for 48 yards and a touchdown, and rushed once for 46 yards and another score in Sunday's 28-19 win over the Bears. Watson is one of the league's hottest playmakers, as he's now scored eight times in his last four games. The rookie's first touchdown Sunday came on a crucial, 14-yard catch on fourth down to close the first half. Watson then sealed the game by going untouched on a 46-yard jet sweep with under two minutes left. With great size and blazing speed, the North Dakota State product has come into his own over the last month, but as the Packers now embark on their bye, he'll have to wait until Week 15's Monday night matchup versus the Rams to make his next appearance.
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  • Packers' Christian Watson: WRs to Start

    Watson had another big game in Week 12 at Philadelphia with four catches for 110 yards and a touchdown on six targets, and he's now scored at least 20 PPR points in three games in a row, with six touchdowns over that span. He's become a must-start Fantasy receiver in all leagues while he's this hot, and it's great for him that Aaron Rodgers (ribs) is expected to play against the Bears. In the past five games for Chicago, six receivers have scored at least 14 PPR points with seven touchdowns. And two rookie receivers, Drake London and Garrett Wilson, have scored three touchdowns against the Bears in the past two games.
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