Lockett caught two of three targets for eight yards during Sunday's 42-7 loss to the Rams.
Well, it was fun while it lasted. Lockett started the season on an 11-game scoreless streak but had scored in back-to-back games heading into Sunday. The diminutive dynamo has taken a back seat in Seattle's offense this season with just two touchdowns and two games of at least 75 yards. He might get luckier this week as Seattle takes on a Dallas defense ranked 26th in the league in opponent receiving touchdowns with 1.86 per game.
Lockett brought in four of five targets for 90 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 30-24 loss to the Jaguars. He also rushed once for 10 yards, returned four kickoffs for 85 yards and netted five yards on three punt returns.
Lockett enjoyed his best day from scrimmage since Week 8, and his 74-yard touchdown reception with 3:42 remaining brought the Seahawks to within 30-23. The catch was Lockett's longest of the season as well, and he's posted both of his receiving touchdowns on the season over the last pair of contests. Lockett's production still remains hard to trust, but his big-play upside can certainly emerge in any given week. He'll look to build on Sunday's performance against the Rams in Week 15.
Lockett caught both of his targets for 17 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 24-10 win over Philadelphia.
Lockett put Seattle up by two scores in the third quarter when he worked his way across the field on a short crosser and was found by a scrambling Russell Wilson for a one-yard score. It was Lockett's first touchdown of the season, and it might take a little while for him to get his next one. Lockett has, for the most part, been quiet this season with the emergence of Paul Richardson. He also seems to be getting a little competition from tight end Nick Vannett, who has caught multiple passes in three of his last four games. Vannett, Seattle's second tight end behind Jimmy Graham, saw more offensive snaps than Lockett on Sunday (33 to 29).
Lockett was held without a catch on just one target.
Lockett was held without a catch twice each of the past two years. Sunday's bagel was his first this year. Quarterback Russell Wilson spread his targets to eight receivers, which probably impacted Lockett's involvement.
Lockett caught four of five targets for 37 yards in Monday's 34-31 loss to Atlanta. He did most of his damage in the return game, accounting for 197 kick-return yards.
Monday was Lockett's third game in his last five contests with at least four catches, but that doesn't tell the whole story. The third-year receiver has just one game of over 70 yards this season and remains scoreless. If you were to say during the preseason that the Seahawks would trade away Jermaine Kearse and move to a more pass-happy attack, the assumption would have been big production from Lockett. That hasn't been the case as Paul Richardson has, instead, emerged as a big-play threat behind Doug Baldwin and Jimmy Graham. Part of the problem is a lack of explosive plays. Lockett is averaging a catch of 20 or more yards once every 8.3 receptions this season as compared to once every 5.7 catches in 2015 and once every 4.6 catches in 2016.
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