Golladay caught seven of eight targets for 146 yards in Sunday's 14-13 loss to Buffalo.
Golladay was the only offensive player able to get going for the Lions, as no other receiver reached the 30-yard mark and no Detroit player got to 50 rushing yards. This performance broke a three-week trend of declining yardage totals, and it gives Golladay 90-plus yards in three of the past five games coming into a Week 16 date with the Vikings.
Golladay caught two of four targets for five yards during Sunday's 17-3 victory over Arizona.
Golladay fell victim to a brutal matchup against three-time first-team All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson, and it didn't help that Detroit doesn't have other weapons to take attention away from the young receiver. With Marvin Jones (knee) on injured reserve, Golladay should continue to command the attention of opposing secondaries down the stretch of the season. Unfortunately for his fantasy owners, Golladay will also draw two more disheartening matchups in Week 15 against Buffalo's TreDavious White and in Week 16 against Minnesota's Xavier Rhodes.
Golladay (quadriceps) doesn't carry a designation into Sunday's contest at Arizona.
After having his practice reps capped Wednesday and Thursday due to a quad issue, Golladay didn't miss a single one at Friday's session. As the Lions' unquestioned top pass catcher in the wake of Marvin Jones' season-ending knee injury, Golladay may be shadowed by Cardinals All-Pro cornerback Patrick Peterson on Sunday. Despite the preceding, Golladay has been targeted 44 times over the last four games, volume that is difficult to discount.
Golladay (quadriceps) was limited in practice Thursday.
After he was estimated as a limited participant Wednesday, Golladay upheld that activity level as the Lions took the practice field one day later. There has been no indication he's in danger of taking a seat Sunday in Arizona, but Friday's injury report will confirm as much.
Golladay (quad) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Golladay seems to have picked up a minor ailment in the process of catching three passes for 50 yards on eight targets in Sunday's 30-16 loss to the Rams. His ability to start the week with a limited practices suggests he's on track to play Sunday in Arizona.
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