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Sep 25, 2022 6 73 30 0
Sep 18, 2022 9 116 49 2 29
Sep 11, 2022 8 64 29 1 12

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2022 17 180 10.59 3 68 34.00
2021 90 912 10.13 5 61 8.71 1378.1
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Plays through ankle issue

    St. Brown recorded six receptions on nine targets for 73 yards in Sunday's 28-24 loss to the Vikings. St. Brown tied for the team lead in receptions and set up a two-yard touchdown for Jamaal Williams with a 30-yard catch and run midway through the first quarter. He lacked some explosiveness on his catches for the rest of the game, and he told reporters after the game that he rolled his right ankle during the second quarter, per Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com. St. Brown expects to suit up for a Week 4 matchup against the Seahawks, but his status will be worth monitoring throughout the week.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Ties NFL record

    St. Brown caught nine of 12 targets for 116 yards with two touchdowns while rushing twice for 68 yards during Sunday's 36-27 win over Washington. Through two games, it seems as if preseason concerns that St. Brown wouldn't be able to maintain the target share he handled down the stretch of last year were significantly overblown. While perhaps benefiting from an inviting matchup with the Commanders down Kamren Curl (thumb) in this one, St. Brown nonetheless racked up yet another productive fantasy outing. In fact, he has now tied the NFL record with eight consecutive games with at least eight receptions while also logging nine total touchdowns and some rushing production over that span. Seemingly matchup-proof given his role in an ascending Lions offense, St. Brown will remain a quality fantasy option in Week 3 against the Vikings.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: WRs to Start

    For at least one week, Amon-Ra St. Brown shut down any talk that his performance last season was due to everyone else being out in Detroit down the stretch. He was again a target monster against the Eagles, catching eight of 12 passes in his direction for 64 yards and a touchdown. He's now scored at least 15 PPR points in seven games in a row, including five in a row with at least 20 PPR points. There's no reason to go away from St. Brown now against the Commanders, who just allowed Christian Kirk and Zay Jones to score at least 12 PPR points in Week 1 against Jacksonville.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Remains target monster

    St. Brown caught eight of 12 targets for 64 yards with one touchdown during Sunday's 38-35 loss to the Eagles. Many were pessimistic about St. Brown sustaining the production he had down the stretch of last season when both of T.J. Hockenson and D'Andre Swift were banged up and DJ Chark wasn't on the team. However, the second-year receiver kept on rolling in the season opener, matching the most targets he saw in any game last year while finding the end zone for the fifth consecutive game dating back to last season. With that said, St. Brown's 5.3 yards per target wasn't great, especially since he had yet to dip below 6.1 YPT since becoming the focal point of the passing game in 2021. Next up for St. Brown and the Lions is a home matchup against the Commanders.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Three catches in final exhibition

    St. Brown caught three of five targets for 34 yards in Sunday's preseason finale against the Steelers. St. Brown got to get in one more tune-up appearance, despite some key starters sitting out. The talented sophomore is looking to take a step forward after a promising rookie campaign. Expect St. Brown to be Jared Goff's primary target after the two built up a solid rapport in 2021. The Lions will be taking on the Eagles to begin the 2022 regular season on Sunday, Sept. 11.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Makes two grabs

    St. Brown caught both his targets for 29 yards in Friday's 27-23 preseason loss to the Falcons. St. Brown picked up where he left off last season, hauling in a pair of passes from Jared Goff on Detroit's opening drive. After recording 90 catches for 912 yards and five touchdowns as a rookie, St. Brown figures to remain a key to the Lions offense in 2022.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Competition for targets

    Detroit's offseason acquisitions could potentially lead to a lesser role for St. Brown than he had in the final six games of last season, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. "Adding some receivers, I think we're a complete offense now if you ask me, so I'm excited to see what we can do," St. Brown noted. Only Cooper Kupp was more productive than St. Brown was down the stretch of last season, but he got there with an inflated target share that was aided by the absences of fellow short-range receivers T.J. Hockenson and D'Andre Swift. The healthy return of those two alone would figure to eat away at a large chunk of the 11.2 targets per game St. Brown was seeing. Add in the fact that Detroit now has two promising perimeter receivers in DJ Chark and Jameson Williams (knee), and St. Brown could see something of a downturn in offensive opportunities relative to last year's productive stretch that saw him average 8.5 receptions, 93.3 receiving yards and one touchdown per game.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Joined by first-round receiver

    St. Brown is being joined by 2022 first-round draft pick Jameson Williams within the Lions' receiving corps, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. After trying to get by with aging veterans in Tyrell Williams and Breshad Perriman last year, Detroit enters the 2022 campaign with a significant upgrade at outside receiver in the form of Jameson Williams and a 25-year-old second-rounder (2018) in DJ Chark. Considering Chark owns an impressive 4.34 40 time and still might be markedly slower than Jameson Williams (who was unable to participate in the 40 this offseason), St. Brown stands to benefit from these speedy additions, which likely will give St. Brown more room to work in the middle of the field. The main concern is how St. Brown's volume will be affected after he averaged 11.2 targets per game over the final six contests of the 2021 season.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Memorable finish to rookie season

    St. Brown caught eight passes for 109 yards and one touchdown on 10 targets while running for 12 yards on one carry against Green Bay on Sunday. The big game rounds out what has been a highly promising second half to St. Brown's rookie season, one that ends with six straight games with double-digit targets (67 total) while accumulating 51 catches for 560 yards and five touchdowns (76.1 percent catch rate, 8.4 yards per target). He even added 61 yards and a touchdown on the ground in that span. It's asking a lot of St. Brown to expect him to maintain this elite level of production over the course of an entire season, but this has been his standard of play since his college days at USC.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Continues improvement

    St. Brown caught eight passes for 111 yards and one touchdown on 11 targets and ran for 23 yards and one touchdown on two carries against Seattle on Sunday. The rookie fourth-round pick has been on a tear in the past five weeks, and this effort was his most productive entry yet in what was already a highly impressive stretch. St. Brown had 35 receptions for 340 yards and three touchdowns on 46 targets in the four games prior to this one, and at no point in that span could anyone accuse St. Brown of benefiting from the quarterback play, especially in the games featuring Tim Boyle. The Packers defense looks like a tougher task in Week 18, but it may be unwise to doubt St. Brown at this point.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Keeps surging

    St. Brown caught nine of 11 targets for 91 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 20-16 loss to the Falcons. He added 19 rushing yards on two carries. St. Brown keeps rolling and has now seen at least 11 targets in four consecutive games while posting at least 86 yards with a touchdown in three of them. This latest stat line might be the most impressive, though, considering the rookie did it with backup Tim Boyle under center. While the potential return of pass-catching running back D'Andre Swift (shoulder) could impact St. Brown's target count in Week 17 against Seattle, it's hard to imagine that Detroit will move away from the surging slot receiver regardless of whether Boyle or Jared Goff (COVID-19) is under center.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Picks apart Arizona

    St. Brown caught eight of 11 targets for 90 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 30-12 win over Arizona. Quarterback Jared Goff acknowledged during the week that St. Brown is becoming a security blanket of sorts, and he backed up that sentiment by peppering the rookie with double-digit targets yet again. St. Brown now has a whopping 35 targets over the past three weeks and it has translated to 249 yards and two touchdowns. Even though this surge has directly overlapped with the absence of D'Andre Swift (shoulder), the season-ending loss of T.J. Hockenson could allow St. Brown to stay productive even if Swift and/or Jamaal Williams (COVID-19 protocols) are able to return for a Week 16 matchup with the Falcons.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Becoming security blanket

    St. Brown is becoming a security-blanket receiver for QB Jared Goff, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. "That's the role that as a slot guy and what he can do, he'd like to grow into and we're getting there and I'd like him to grow into that too because it's a nice thing for a quarterback to have," Goff said Wednesday. Goff needs someone to throw to with T.J. Hockenson (finger) set to join Quintez Cephus (collarbone) on IR, D'Andre Swift (shoulder) yet to return to practice, and Jamaal Williams on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Amid a slew of missed games between the above players in recent weeks, St. Brown drew 12 targets a piece in each of the past two games en route to 18 total receptions for 159 yards and one touchdown. Josh Reynolds (thigh) and Kalif Raymond will probably get the majority of the deep shots down the field, but St. Brown is one of the last men standing in the Lions' receiving corps and his role in the slot could continue to load to nice PPR numbers down the stretch.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Top target once again

    St. Brown caught eight of 12 targets for 73 yards in Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Broncos. He led all players in catches, receiving yards and targets on the day, as the rookie continues to emerge as Jared Goff's top option. St. Brown has an 18-159-1 line on 24 targets over the last two games, and he could be busy again in Week 15 if the Lions fall into another big hole against the Cardinals.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Snags four short passes

    St. Brown secured four of four targets for 18 yards during Sunday's 13-10 loss to the Browns. St. Brown literally accounted for 100 percent of Detroit's wide receiver production, as the remainder of Tim Boyle's 77 passing yards went to tight ends. If Jared Goff (ribs) remains sidelined in Week 12 against Chicago, there's no receiver on Detroit who can confidently be used in fantasy lineups.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Modest rebound against Eagles

    St. Brown caught three of five targets for 46 yards during Sunday's 44-6 loss to Philadelphia. St. Brown easily led all Lions wideouts in targets on a day when nearly three quarters of Jared Goff's pass attempts went to tight ends and running backs. However, it was at least some sort of rebound for the rookie after he didn't see any targets last week against the Rams. This corresponded with Kalif Raymond's drop in usage, considering the veteran followed up his 100-yard Week 7 performance with a catchless outing Sunday. Still looking for a true breakout game, St. Brown won't be back on the field until Week 10, when Detroit travels to Pittsburgh.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Leads team in receiving

    St. Brown had seven receptions (eight targets) for 65 yards in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Vikings. St. Brown finished the contest leading the Lions in all receiving categories, one week after sharing the team lead in targets. The 2021 fourth-round pick is starting to look like Jared Goff's favorite option at the wideout position. St. Brown should begin to garner interest in deeper PPR formats and is worth keeping an eye on in shallower leagues in the event this budding relationship between quarterback and receiver continues to grow.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Shares team lead in targets

    St. Brown caught six of eight targets for 70 yards during Sunday's 24-14 loss to the Bears. After totaling 10 targets over the first three weeks of the season, St. Brown nearly reached that number Sunday alone as he shared the team lead in targets with T.J. Hockenson. While Quintez Cephus was the No. 1 receiver and Kalif Raymond popped for two scores, there is certainly room in the slot for St. Brown to continue making a name for himself going forward, though the eventual return of Tyrell Williams (concussion) could throw a wrench into things.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: One target in Williams' absence

    St. Brown caught his only target for two yards during Sunday's 19-17 loss to Baltimore. Even with Tyrell Williams (concussion) sidelined, St. Brown saw just 43 percent of the offensive snaps after seeing no less than 59 percent in the first two games. It's clear the rookie is well behind Quintez Cephus and Kalif Raymond in the pecking order, and St. Brown won't find things any easier once Williams is back in the fold as soon as Week 6.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Catches three passes

    St. Brown caught three of five targets for 18 yards during Monday's 35-17 loss to Green Bay. With Tyrell Williams (concussion) sidelined and Kalif Raymond banged up after injuring his thigh in practice, it was Quintez Cephus and not St. Brown who led Lions wideouts in snaps, targets, receptions, receiving yards and touchdowns. Tight end T.J. Hockenson and running back D'Andre Swift served as the other biggest producers in the passing game while St. Brown was only a complementary piece. Until the rookie starts becoming more involved in the passing game, St. Brown will be hard to trust in any fantasy format.
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