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Sep 29, 2022 4 81 36 0 8
Sep 25, 2022 6 29 10 1 6
Sep 18, 2022 5 54 17 0 5
Sep 11, 2022 10 129 24 1 18

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2022 25 293 11.72 2 2 0.67
2021 81 1455 17.96 13 21 3.00 22313.1
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Solid yardage total in win

    Chase secured four of six targets for 81 yards in the Bengals' 27-15 win over the Dolphins on Thursday night. Chase finished second in receptions, receiving yards and targets to Tee Higgins for the Bengals on the night, turning in his best yardage total since Week 1 against the Steelers in the process. The 2021 first-round pick's 20.3 yards per reception was a welcome sight after he'd averaged just 7.5 yards per grab over the previous two games, and Chase will aim to keep his momentum going in a key Week 5 AFC North road battle versus the Ravens a week from Sunday night.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: TD salvages quiet Week 3

    Chase caught six of 10 targets for 29 yards and a touchdown while rushing twice for minus-2 yards and losing a fumble in Sunday's 27-12 win over the Jets. Chase made up for a first-quarter fumble by capitalizing on a blown coverage for an easy five-yard touchdown in the third. He led the Bengals in targets and catches but finished a distant third behind Tyler Boyd (105) and Tee Higgins (93) in receiving yards, as rookie cornerback Sauce Gardner did a decent job of keeping Chase in check. Another tough cornerback awaits Chase in Week 4, as Xavien Howard will be tasked with slowing down the star wide receiver when the Bengals host the Dolphins on Thursday.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Five grabs in loss to Dallas

    Chase caught five of nine targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Cowboys. He also gained four yards on one carry. Chase was matched up against Trevon Diggs most of the day, although Joe Burrow's lack of time in the pocket was likely the bigger factor in Chase's relatively quiet performance. The second-year wideout will look to bounce back in Week 3 against a seemingly vulnerable Jets secondary that just surrendered a 9-101-1 line to Amari Cooper after giving up three TDs to Baltimore wide receivers in its opener.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Not likely to play Sunday

    With Geoff Hobson of the team's official site indicating that Bengals are not in line to play key starters in Sunday's preseason game against the Giants, Chase appears on track to sit out the contest. Chase also sat out Cincinnati's exhibition opener, and it's unclear if the coaching staff intends to give the wideout any snaps in the team's preseason finale Saturday against the Rams. Either way, once the games count, Chase is slated to head a Bengals wideout corps that also features Tee Higgins (shoulder) and Tyler Boyd,
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Eyeing competition to 2,000 yards

    Chase joked Wednesday that he hopes former college teammate Justin Jefferson doesn't beat him to 2,000 receiving yards this season, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports. No player has ever hit 2,000 yards in a season, though Cooper Kupp came close in the first year with the NFL's 17-game schedule (1,947). It won't be too surprising if someone does it in the next few years, with Chase, Jefferson and Kupp being the prime candidates to achieve the feat in 2022. They're also the consensus first-round fantasy picks among wide receivers, with many drafts featuring all three in the top five selections. Chase turned 128 targets into 1,455 yards and 13 touchdowns as a rookie, later adding 368 more yards and another score on 35 targets in four playoff games. Even if there's some efficiency regression, Chase has room to add more volume in his second season.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Solid in Super Bowl loss

    Chase recorded five receptions on eight targets for 89 yards in Sunday's 23-20 Super Bowl LVI loss to the Rams. Chase was overshadowed by Tee Higgins' two-touchdown performance, though he still delivered explosive plays of his own. He set up Cincinnati's first points of the game when he hauled in a 46-yard reception after beating Jalen Ramsey down the right sideline. Chase also added a 17-yard catch on the final drive of the game as the team was pushing down the field in an effort to attempt a game-tying field goal. Despite the disappointing loss, Chase was excellent throughout the postseason by topping 100 yards twice and posting five gains of 20 or more yards across four contests. He'll head into his second season as the primary big-play threat in the Bengals' offense while working opposite Higgins.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Grabs touchdown

    Chase recorded six receptions on nine targets for 54 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 overtime win over Kansas City in the AFC Championship Game. Chase was blanketed throughout the day and was unable to find much room for big gains. However, he still managed a 22-yard reception to help set up a field goal early in the third quarter. He followed that up with a two-yard touchdown reception one possession later, winning a jump ball in the back corner of the end zone. Chase is sure to be the focal point of either the Rams or 49ers defense in the Super Bowl, but he has either 100 receiving yards or a touchdown in all three of Cincinnati's postseason wins.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Dominant playoff debut

    Chase caught nine passes for 116 yards on 12 targets and ran for 23 yards on three carries against Las Vegas on Saturday. Be it the regular season or playoffs, Chase has proven himself a uniquely productive player who holds top-shelf fantasy value. Chase was heavily involved early for Cincinnati and spearheaded its initial offensive attack in a game the Bengals went on to win 26-19. Tee Higgins (one 10-yard catch on four targets) will normally claim a bigger share of the Cincinnati passing game than he did against the Raiders, but both players have shown the ability to shine when the spotlight lands on them.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Active Sunday, may see light snaps

    Chase is active for Sunday's game against the Browns, though he's not expected to see his usual snap count in the contest, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. Head coach Zac Taylor suggested earlier this week that Chase could be a candidate to sit out the regular-season finale for rest purposes, as the Bengals have little at stake Week 18 in terms of playoff positioning and would ideally escape the contest without any injuries to key players heading into the postseason. To that end, Joe Burrow (knee/rest), Joe Mixon (reserve/COVID-19 list) and Tee Higgins (coach's decision) are all sitting out Week 18, but Chase will at least dress for the contest. However, the Bengals may be looking to limit his workload, with Baby noting that Chase enters the contest just 12 receiving yards shy of the single-season franchise record. It wouldn't be surprising if the Bengals attempted to give Chase the opportunity to set the record early in the game before keeping him on the sideline the rest of the day.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: May play some this week

    Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said Chase "potentially" could play in Sunday's game against Cleveland, Charlie Goldsmith of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. With quarterback Joe Burrow already acknowledging that he'll sit out with a minor knee injury he would otherwise normally play through if the Bengals hadn't already locked up a playoff spot, there's a good chance Chase plays less than a full game, if he even suits up at all. He already has the rookie record for receiving yards (1,428), thanks to his 11-266-3 line in the Week 17 win over Kansas City.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Ineffective against Denver

    Chase recorded one reception on four targets for three yards in Sunday's 15-10 win over the Broncos. This matchup was a defensive struggle from start to finish, but even given that context, Chase posted a disappointing line. Volume was down for nearly every Cincinnati receiver, but Chase's inability to break free for big gains -- a skill that was the key to his early-season production -- remains a concern. Across his last seven games, he's managed only two receptions of at least 20 yards. In that same span, he's averaged only 3.7 receptions and 40.6 receiving yards per game.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Scores twice against Niners

    Chase caught five of eight targets for 77 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 26-23 overtime loss to the 49ers. The rookie was a key figure in forcing the game into OT. With the Bengals in a 20-6 hole to begin the fourth quarter, Chase got to work and hauled in TD strikes of 17 and 32 yards from Joe Burrow. It's the second two-touchdown performance of the season for Chase, who now has an amazing 10 TDs through his first 13 NFL games in addition to reaching the 1,000-yard mark. He'll look to keep rolling in Week 15 against the Broncos.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Falls victim to game script

    Chase caught all three of his targets for 39 yards in Sunday's 41-10 blowout win over the Steelers. The Bengals went up big in the first half on the backs of Joe Mixon (165 yards and two touchdowns) and a dominant defensive performance (interception return for a touchdown). When Joe Burrow was asked to drop back and pass, he favored Tee Higgins (six receptions for 114 yards and a score) on the side of the field that star defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick wasn't operating in. Chase has seen his production dip over the last four contests as defenses appear to be focusing more on the breakout star (38 yards per game over that span). Cincinnati may need to utilize its top receiving option more heavily in an upcoming matchup against the Chargers' high-powered offense next Sunday.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Makes low volume count Sunday

    Chase caught three of six targets for 32 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 32-13 win over the Raiders. He also gained eight rushing yards on two carries. The six targets were the fewest Chase has seen since Week 3 and the 40 scrimmage yards were a season low, but the rookie wideout stayed productive by hauling in a six-yard score from Joe Burrow in the fourth quarter as the Bengals pulled away. Chase has eight TDs through his first 10 NFL games while inching closer to 1,000 receiving yards, and he could pad those numbers significantly in Week 12 against a Steelers defense he torched for two touchdowns in their first meeting this year.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Does little with 13 targets

    Chase caught six of 13 targets for 49 yards and lost a fumble in Sunday's 41-16 loss to Cleveland. He also rushed twice for no gain. Chase was the intended receiver on a Joe Burrow pass that was returned for a 99-yard interception touchdown to end a promising Bengals opening drive, then the rookie wide receiver fumbled in the second quarter. He also had a ball go through his hands in the end zone in the third quarter, as some of the drops Chase struggled with in the preseason have begun to resurface. After eclipsing 50 receiving yards in each of his first seven games, Chase has failed to reach that mark in either of the last two, but the Bengals' Week 10 bye will give the standout rookie an opportunity to hit the reset button.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Explodes for 201 yards

    Chase had eight receptions (10 targets) for 201 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-17 rout of the Ravens. Chase was already on the way to a big receiving day before Joe Burrow dialed up his favorite receiver for an 82-yard touchdown late in the third quarter. The budding star wideout continues to dazzle in his rookie campaign, bringing his season totals up to 35 receptions, 754 yards and six scores through seven contests. If that wasn't impressive enough, Chase's mark of 21.5 yards per catch ranks second in the league, trailing only the Raiders' Henry Ruggs. Fantasy managers should continue riding the gravy train into MetLife Stadium when Chase and the Bengals take on the Jets next Sunday.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Four TDs through three games

    Chase caught four of five targets for 65 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 24-10 win over Pittsburgh. Chase found the end zone from 34 yards out with 37 seconds left in the first half on a play reminiscent of his Week 1 touchdown against Minnesota, which also came in the final minute before halftime. The rookie fifth overall pick scored again from nine yards out in the third quarter, giving him four touchdowns in his first three NFL games. With Chase and Joe Burrow having reignited the chemistry from their days together at LSU, the rookie receiver will be an appetizing fantasy play against the Jaguars on Thursday.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Leading receiver in terrific debut

    Chase caught five of seven targets for 101 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 overtime win over the Vikings. Chase had an underwhelming camp, but the rookie fifth overall pick stepped his game up in his NFL debut, bursting by the defender on a go route for a 50-yard touchdown in the final minute of the first half. He finished as the team leader in catches, targets and receiving yards. Chase's chemistry with quarterback Joe Burrow dates back to their days together at LSU, and the electric rookie will look to build on this strong first impression in Week 2 against Chicago.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Making rookie adjustments

    Chase is still "fighting the rookie learning curve" in camp, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports. Chase drew raves during earlier minicamps, but lining up against Chidobe Awuzie has proven to be a challenge in training camp, as Chase has struggled to create separation and has had his share of drops to boot. It's not all negative with the fifth overall pick in this year's draft, but early-season expectations should be tempered.
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  • Bengals' Ja'Marr Chase: Impressive separation

    Chase impressed the Bengals with his ability to gain separation in summer workouts, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. Teammate Joe Burrow extolled Chase's abilities, reminding everyone how well they worked together at LSU. "Everybody's been surprised by how smart he was," said Burrow. "I told everyone coming in, 'He's not going to bust, he's going to know exactly what to do, he's going to be a pro.' And that's exactly what's happened." We'll see how quickly that translates against opposing teams, and there's still the concern about how many targets Chase will get with both Tee Higgins and Tyler Boyd also on the field.
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