Brown couldn't haul in his only target in Monday's win over the Vikings.
Brown was coming off a two-touchdown performance against the 49ers in Week 13 and looked poised to see an uptick in usage with Doug Baldwin (hip) out. However, quarterback Russell Wilson was held to just 72 passing yards by a strong defense, and Brown was underthrown on his lone target. If Baldwin stays out, Brown could be a sleeper option during the fantasy playoffs with a Week 15 matchup against the 49ers on tap.
General manager John Schneider said he expects Brown to see more snaps Monday against the Vikings with Doug Baldwin (hip) inactive, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Brown filled in for an absent Baldwin in Weeks 2 and 3 against tough defenses in the Bears and Cowboys, gathering in all five of his targets for 61 yards and one touchdown while playing a combined 97 snaps on offense. In nine contests in the interim, Brown has averaged 15 such snaps per game en route to a combined five catches (on seven targets) for 82 yards and four TDs. Even if his number of looks isn't substantial, his ridiculous TD rate (45.5 percent) as a Seahawk makes him a decent bet to make a mark with an increased workload Monday and as long as Baldwin is sidelined.
Brown caught two of three targets for 67 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's win over the 49ers.
Brown caught Russell Wilson's first two passes: a 45-yarder and a four-yard touchdown. He later hauled in an 18-yard score in the fourth quarter to extend the lead to 24. Brown entered the contest without a catch in the previous three games, so he surprised us with such a hefty role. Brown has just 15 targets in 12 games, and he's collected five touchdowns. Fantasy owners may want to peg this one as a fluke moving forward, especially in Week 14 against the Vikings, who have allowed just nine passing touchdowns this year.
Brown couldn't haul in his only target during Sunday's win over the Panthers.
Brown finally got targeted after being neglected in the pass game in the previous two weeks. Barring an injury to Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett or David Moore, Brown won't be a viable fantasy option.
Brown played 10 of 68 offensive snaps and didn't receive a target in Sunday's 36-31 loss to the Rams.
This is the fourth time in the last six games that Brown didn't get targeted. In the other two games, Brown caught a touchdown, which makes him frustrating for owners of Tyler Lockett and Doug Baldwin. Brown isn't a viable fantasy option.
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