Brown earned 52 of 80 offensive snaps during Thursday's 22-16 defeat to the Seahawks.
Despite receiving the third-most snaps on offense among Cards wideouts behind Larry Fitzgerald (all 80) and John Brown (68), (Jaron) Brown was mostly a nonfactor in the passing game, gathering two of six passes for 13 yards. In two full games with Drew Stanton under center, (Jaron) Brown hasn't produced much outside of an end-zone visit Week 9, otherwise recording three catches (on seven targets) for 16 yards. With Arizona potentially turning to current backup QB Blaine Gabbert due to Stanton's sprained knee, Brown's prospects don't appear as if they'll turn around in the foreseeable future.
Brown nabbed his lone target for a three-yard touchdown in Sunday's 20-10 win over the 49ers.
Brown got the Cardinals rolling in the first quarter with his first score since Week 3. The Cardinals have transitioned into a pound-the-rock outfit with Carson Palmer out and Adrian Peterson in. Brown has caught just four passes in the three games since Adrian Peterson joined the squad and has yet to show that his productivity can persevere with Drew Stanton under center.
Brown caught two of five targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 33-0 loss to the Rams.
Brown led his team in receiving yards as the entire passing offense struggled with Drew Stanton under center after Carson Palmer broke his left arm in the second quarter. Stanton will take over the quarterback job moving forward and Brown has to compete with John Brown and J.J. Nelson for snaps and attention behind Larry Fitzgerald at the wide receiver position, so things aren't looking good for Jaron's fantasy value.
Brown gathered in his only target for 30 yards during Sunday's 38-33 win against the Buccaneers
After going without a target in Week 1, Brown was on the receiving end of 35 passes from Carson Palmer over the ensuing four games, helping him rack up 17 catches for 244 yards and one touchdown. The downtick in looks Sunday coincided with his lowest snap count of the season -- 34 of the 65 offensive snaps -- which ranked third among Cardinals wideouts behind Larry Fitzgerald and John Brown. Because (John Brown) has resembled his explosive self (17.8 YPC and two touchdowns) the last two contests, (Jaron) Brown doesn't appear to be any better than the third option in the passing attack at the moment. With a trip to London on tap, (Jaron) Brown will look to bounce back against the Rams' 13th-ranked pass defense.
Brown tallied three receptions (on six targets) for 39 yards during Sunday's 34-7 loss in Philadelphia.
Brown's snap count was significantly reduced from the first four games, with Sunday's 36 (of a possible 60 on offense) serving as a season low. He actually swapped places with John Brown (48), who sat out Weeks 2 and 3 due to the effects of his sickle-cell trait. While the pecking order at wide receiver may change from week to week, (Jaron) Brown remains a regular recipient of Carson Palmer passes, as evidenced by 35 targets over the last four contests.
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