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Nov 24, 2022 9 122 26 1 18
Nov 20, 2022 7 76 32 0 7
Nov 13, 2022 10 119 22 0 11
Nov 6, 2022 4 55 25 0 5
Oct 30, 2022 7 69 21 0 6

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2022 65 716 11.02 4 81 16.20
2021 90 912 10.13 5 61 8.71 1378.1
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Feasts on Bills secondary

    St. Brown caught nine of 10 targets for 122 yards with one touchdown while rushing once for seven yards during Thursday's 28-25 loss to Buffalo. The Bills didn't have much of an answer for St. Brown, who has been a menace in 2022 when he doesn't seem to be the only above-average wideout the Lions have on the field. In the four games in which DJ Chark and his 4.3 speed has logged more than 10 offensive snaps, St. Brown now has 32 receptions for 375 receiving yards with four touchdowns. Considering those numbers are somehow in line with his explosive 2021 breakout, it will be interesting to see if St. Brown can maintain his productive ways now that Detroit's offense is getting significantly healthier. Next up is a Week 13 matchup against a Jaguars defense that has been much better against the run than the pass in 2022.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Gains 80 yards in win

    St. Brown hauled in seven of eight targets for 76 yards and rushed once for four yards in Sunday's 31-18 win over the Giants. St. Brown did the heavy lifting for Detroit's passing game, pacing the team in all passing categories in an upset victory. The Lions' rushing attack took care of all of the scoring with four touchdowns from in close, much to the chagrin of St. Brown's fantasy managers. That seems to be a recurring theme for the star wideout, who has been held scoreless since visiting the end zone three times in the first two games of the campaign. St. Brown still carries a solid 56/594/3 line heading into a Thanksgiving matchup against the Bills on Thursday.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Tops century mark in win

    St. Brown caught 10 of 11 targets for 119 yards in Sunday's 31-30 win over the Bears. He also added two yards on one carry. St. Brown reached triple digits in yards for the first time since Week 2 while setting a new season high in receptions, and he appears to be back in his early-season form heading into a Week 11 clash with the Giants.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Leads quiet passing attack

    St. Brown hauled in four of nine targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 15-9 win over the Packers. St. Brown didn't post gaudy totals, but he did pace the Lions in every notable receiving category outside of touchdowns. After a red-hot start to the season, the 23-year-old has seen his production taper as defenses key in on Detroit's top wide receiver. St. Brown remains Jared Goff's favorite target with a 9.8 target average in the five games the duo has started and finished this season. The heavy volume and and a favorable matchup keeps St. Brown in must-start territory against the Bears next Sunday.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Solid showing in Week 8 loss

    St. Brown (concussion protocol) brought in seven of 10 targets for 69 yards in the Lions' 31-27 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. St. Brown cleared concussion protocol over the weekend and was able to get through the game without incident, leading the Lions in receptions and targets in the process. The second-year wideout averaged a modest 9.9 yards per grab in his usual short-area role, but he continued to reward fantasy managers with a safe floor, particularly in PPR formats. With his most productive showing since Week 2 now under his belt, St. Brown will carry some momentum into a Week 9 home NFC North clash against the Packers.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Suiting up Sunday

    St. Brown (concussion protocol) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. St. Brown played limited snaps in both of the Lions' last two games, the first in Week 5 while he was well below 100 percent due to a right ankle sprain and the second in Week 7 after he suffered a concussion in the first half of a loss to the Cowboys. The wideout is now further removed from the ankle sprain and was able to clear the concussion protocol shortly after putting in a full practice Friday, so St. Brown could be in decent position to approach the high-end fantasy production he delivered in the first three weeks of the season. In those contests, St. Brown delivered a 23-253-3 receiving line on 33 targets while also carrying twice for 68 yards.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: On track to play Sunday

    St. Brown remains listed as questionable but has reportedly cleared the NFL's concussion protocol and is in line to play Sunday against the Dolphins, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. After being a limited participant at practices Wednesday and Thursday, St. Brown was deemed a full participant Friday. Final confirmation of his Week 8 status will arrive when the team's inactive list is posted approximately 90 minutes ahead of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff, but the wideout looks on track to play. In five games this season, St. Brown has recorded a 28-275-3 receiving line on 40 targets.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Listed as questionable

    Brown (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Miami, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. Brown still needs to clear concussion protocol and thus is listed as questionable, though coach Dan Campbell said Friday morning that he thought the star slot receiver would play, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports. If so, it'll be the healthiest the Detroit offense has been since September, with RB D'Andre Swift, WR Josh Reynolds and TE T.J. Hockenson all entering the weekend without injury designations. St. Brown, meanwhile, will hope to clear concussion protocol Friday evening or Saturday and suit up for Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Remains limited Thursday

    St. Brown (concussion protocol) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday. Opening Week 8 prep with back-to-back capped sessions is a fair sign that St. Brown is progressing through the protocol for head injuries. He entered said protocol this past Sunday in Dallas, when he seemed to stumble as he attempted to get to the sideline and eventually went to the locker room, where he was ruled out. St. Brown will have one more opportunity to get back to full participation this week before the Lions make a ruling on a game-day designation for Sunday's matchup with the Dolphins. Elsewhere in the team's receiving corps, DJ Chark (ankle), Jameson Williams (knee) and Quintez Cephus (foot) aren't on the active roster, and Josh Reynolds (knee) also was limited at practice Thursday, so Kalif Raymond and Tom Kennedy are the healthy options at the position.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Limited Wednesday

    St. Brown (concussion protocol) was a limited participant at practice Wednesday. The Lions' receiving corps is particularly banged up, with DJ Chark (ankle) and Quintez Cephus (foot) on injured reserve, rookie Jameson Williams (knee) more than a month away from making his debut and Josh Reynolds (knee) unable to practice Wednesday. While St. Brown entered the concussion protocol this past Sunday at Dallas, he may not have a head injury, as head coach Dan Campbell expressed confidence Monday that the team's top wide receiver will be cleared to play Sunday versus the Dolphins, per Tim Twentyman of the team's official site. With some activity under his belt this week, St. Brown is trending in a positive direction on that front.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Likely to suit up Week 8

    Coach Dan Campbell expects St. Brown (concussion protocol) to play Sunday against the Dolphins, and the wide receiver has been cleared of having a concussion, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. St. Brown remains in the NFL's protocol for head injuries, so he'll need to clear all five stages before he's eligible to play, but it appears that he didn't actually suffer a concussion after being hit up high early in the team's Week 7 loss to the Cowboys. Assuming he's cleared to play this weekend, St. Brown should reclaim his role as Jared Goff's top target Week 8 against Miami.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Suffers concussion Sunday

    St. Brown sustained a concussion during Sunday's game at Dallas. Per Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, St. Brown appeared to stumble toward the sideline after taking a hit on the Lions' second possession of the contest. The nearest referee sent St. Brown to the sideline, and after a visit to the blue medical tent, the wide receiver went to the locker room without a helmet, at which point a concussion was confirmed. St. Brown -- who won't return to Sunday's game -- thus will be subject to the protocol for head injuries before he'll be able to return to action.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Practices in full Wednesday

    St. Brown (ankle) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice. With the benefit of the Lions' Week 6 bye, St. Brown has put the high-ankle sprain that he sustained Week 3 at Minnesota further in the rear-view mirror. The same can't be said for DJ Chark (ankle) and Josh Reynolds (knee), both of whom didn't practice to kick off Week 7 prep. If one or both are sidelined Sunday in Dallas, St. Brown would have fewer players to contend with for targets, especially if No. 1 running back D'Andre Swift (ankle/shoulder), who was limited Wednesday, isn't able to make it all the way back. In the two-plus games in which St. Brown was healthy this season, he compiled a 23-253-3 line on 33 targets and also racked up 68 yards on two carries.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Back in action Sunday

    St. Brown (ankle) is listed as active Sunday at New England. After failing to practice and not playing Week 4 against the Seahawks, St. Brown didn't get back on the field until Friday, when he had a cap on his reps. He made an early departure from that session to focus on rehab before the Lions tabbed him as questionable for Week 5. The decision to make St. Brown available (or not) came down to a game-time call, and the team has opted for the former with its top wide receiver. While St. Brown may not be 100 percent, he averaged 11 targets per game and scored three TDs in his three appearances this season, so he should see regular looks from quarterback Jared Goff in an offense that's down running back D'Andre Swift (shoulder/ankle) and wide receiver DJ Chark (ankle).
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: True game-time decision

    St. Brown (ankle), who's listed as questionable, is considered a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup against the Patriots, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. St. Brown was sidelined for the team's Week 4 loss to Seattle due to the ankle injury and didn't practice this week until logging a limited session Friday. The Lions may elect to be cautious with their top wideout and hold him out until after the team's Week 6 bye, similar to what they are doing with running back D'Andre Swift. Regardless, if St. Brown is available, he's a must-start after his hot start to the campaign, so fantasy managers should confirm his status ahead of Sunday's 1:00 PM ET kickoff before setting lineups.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Listed as questionable after LP

    St. Brown (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against New England after returning to practice Friday as a limited participant. St. Brown declined to provide an update on his status, merely telling reporters that he was going for rehab work right after practice, per Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com. St. Brown thus appears truly questionable entering the weekend, while fellow wideout DJ Chark (ankle) has been ruled out and Josh Reynolds (ankle) is listed as questionable but seems more likely to play. The Patriots and Lions have an early kickoff at 1:00 p.m. ET, with inactive lists due around 11:30 a.m.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Still absent from practice

    St. Brown (ankle) isn't participating in Thursday's practice, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Both of the Lions' top skill-position players were absent from the field for the second day in a row to begin Week 5 prep, as running back D'Andre Swift (shoulder/ankle) was also sitting out the session. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com suggested that the Lions are planning to hold Swift out Sunday in New England with the hope of having him back to full strength coming out of a Week 6 bye, but it's unclear if the team intends to follow a similar blueprint with St. Brown. Like Swift, St. Brown sat out last week's 48-45 loss to the Seahawks, but the receiver's sprained right ankle may not be as worrisome of an injury as Swift's sprained shoulder and lingering ankle issue. Whatever the case, St. Brown's activity at Friday's practice -- or lack thereof -- will likely help determine his status for this weekend's matchup with the Patriots.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Ruled out for Week 4

    St. Brown (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com reports. St. Brown suffered a right ankle sprain Week 3 and will need to miss at least one game while he recovers, making his next chance to return Sunday, Oct. 9 at New England. Meanwhile, DJ Chark (ankle) is expected to suit up Sunday, while D'Andre Swift (shoulder) likely is out, per Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site. In St. Brown's stead, both Josh Reynolds (ankle) and tight end T.J. Hockenson (foot) could benefit from increased target volume, as long as they're also cleared to play.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    St. Brown (ankle) was listed as a non-participant in practice Wednesday. St. Brown played through an ankle issue Week 3 at Minnesota and still put up six catches (on nine targets) for 73 yards in a 28-24 loss. On Wednesday, he told Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com that he's dealing with nothing more than a sprained right ankle and views himself as day-to-day. Considering his comment, St. Brown may in danger of sitting out Sunday against the Seahawks, so his status should continue to be watched as the weekend approaches.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Cleared of long-term injury

    St. Brown underwent tests on his right ankle Monday, and while the results were encouraging, the receiver's status for the Lions' Week 4 game against the Seahawks is uncertain, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. According to Pelissero, St. Brown isn't dealing with a long-term injury after rolling his right ankle in the second quarter of Sunday's loss to the Vikings, but the 23-year-old could still be at risk of missing some time. The Lions will return to the practice field Wednesday, and if St. Brown is able to take part in at least a limited capacity, it would bode well for his chances of being available this weekend. The second-year player has been one of the NFL's most productive receivers through the first three weeks, accruing a 23-253-3 line on 33 targets.
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