Hall caught two of four targets for 16 yards during Thursday's 41-25 loss to Houston.
Hall was a starting wideout in the absence of both Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip), but the speedster surprisingly wasn't much of a factor in this high-scoring affair. Instead, Detroit attacked the middle of the Texans defense, allowing T.J. Hockenson and the Lions' running game to fill up the stat sheet. While it's not clear if Golladay or Amendola could return for a Week 13 matchup against Chicago, Hall doesn't seem to be a reliable fantasy option regardless of the opportunity in front of him.
Hall (toe) doesn't have an injury designation for Thursday's game against Houston, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Hall began the week with back-to-back limited practices, but he managed to practice fully Wednesday. With Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip) both sidelined, Hall should serve as one of Detroit's top three receivers versus the Texans.
Hall (toe) was listed as a limited participant for Tuesday's walkthrough, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
The 27-year-old was also limited on Monday's practice estimation after playing 68 offensive snaps during Sunday's loss to Carolina. Hall could avoid an injury designation for Thursday's game against the Texans if he puts in a full practice Wednesday.
Hall (toe) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's practice estimate, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Hall showed no signs of an injury during Sunday's loss to the Panthers, as he played 68 percent of the snaps on offense and posted three receptions for 16 yards. If he's able to play through the injury in Thursday's game against the Texans, he could continue to handle a sizable workload with Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip) also on the injury report.
Hall caught all three of his targets for 16 yards during Sunday's 20-0 loss to Carolina.
Each of Marvin Hall, Quintez Cephus and Jamal Agnew saw expanded roles in the absences of Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip), but none of them were able to do much on a day Matthew Stafford struggled through a thumb injury. Should Golladay and Amendola remain sidelined in Week 12, Hall could get another shot to produce against a Texans defense allowing the sixth-most yards per pass attempt (7.8) in 2020.
Hall is expected to occupy a larger role in the Lions' passing game Sunday against the Panthers with Kenny Golladay (hip) and Danny Amendola (hip) ruled out for the contest, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Hall had already played north of 60 percent of the offensive snaps in each of the Lions' past three games with Golladay having been sidelined since exiting early in the Week 8 contest, but Amendola's absence now leaves even more volume in the passing game up for grabs. Marvin Jones still projects as the Lions' top weapon in the passing game, but Hall and Quintez Cephus could both see enough targets to make for intriguing speculative plays in DFS tournaments or deeper season-long leagues. Hall has demonstrated some big-play ability in Golladay's stead the last three weeks, turning 15 targets into 202 receiving yards (13.4 YPT) and a touchdown.
Hall caught two of three targets for 61 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 30-27 win over Washington.
It looked like Hall was in for a big day after he opened the scoring on a 55-yard touchdown in the first quarter, but D'Andre Swift and Marvin Jones ended up commanding roughly two-thirds of the Lions offensive touches. While it's disappointing Hall wasn't able to get more looks in the absence of both Kenny Golladay (hip), Danny Amendola (hip) might need to miss time as well now, which would position Hall as a top-two receiver for Detroit in the short term, with Quintez Cephus and Jamal Agnew also on hand. Next up is a Week 11 matchup against a declining Carolina team that has allowed the seventh-highest completion rate (68.8) in 2020.
Hall caught three of five targets for 28 yards during Sunday's loss to Minnesota.
Hall again saw a solid handful of targets in the absence of Kenny Golladay (hip), but most of them, surprisingly, weren't deep shots. On one occasion where Hall did get open deep, Matthew Stafford underthrew him. Given Hall's typically low-volume role, he'll probably need to connect on one of those bombs in order to provide significant fantasy value. Next up is a Week 10 matchup with Washington, though it's not clear if Golladay has a chance to play in it.
Hall could have a regular role in three-receiver sets Sunday against the Vikings with Kenny Golladay (hip) ruled out for the contest, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Hall was the clear beneficiary when Golladay missed the second half of last week's loss to Indianapolis, hauling in four of seven targets for 113 yards. However, it was Quintez Cephus who filled in as the starter when Golladay missed Weeks 1 and 2, with the rookie catching six of 13 targets for 97 yards while playing 79 and 66 percent of snaps. Cephus was a healthy scratch the past three games, but he'll likely be active Sunday with both Golladay and Jamal Agnew (ribs) ruled out. Furthermore, it isn't yet clear if Matthew Stafford (reserve/COVID-19 list) will play.
Hall caught four of seven targets for 113 yards during Sunday's 41-21 loss to the Colts.
Hall set a new career high in receiving yards on a day Kenny Golladay (hip) left due to injury. While starting wideouts Danny Amendola and Marvin Jones are probably better bets to see heightened workloads as a result of Golladay's potential absence in Week 9 - and it was fellow reserve wideout Quintez Cephus who saw 10 targets in Golladay's absence in Week 1 - Hall could still get a chance to prove this performance wasn't a fluke. The deep threat will benefit from an inviting Week 9 matchup against a Minnesota defense that has allowed the third-most yards per pass attempt (8.5) in 2020.
Hall caught one of two targets for 24 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 42-21 loss to the Packers.
Down 34-14 in the fourth quarter, Hall capped off a 75-yard drive for the Lions by snagging his first touchdown of the year. However, his playing time (17 of 59 offensive snaps) again massively trailed that of interim No. 3 receiving Quintez Cephus (39 snaps) in the continued absence of Kenny Golladay (hamstring). Seemingly set in his role as a rotational deep threat, Hall will remain an unreliable bet for production even if Golladay suits up for Week 3's matchup with Arizona.
Hall caught one of two passes for 26 yards during Sunday's 27-23 loss to Chicago.
In the absence of Kenny Golladay (hamstring), it was Quintez Cephus who stepped into a huge role, finishing with 79 percent of the snaps while Hall and Jamal Agnew each saw less than 25 percent. Even if Golladay remains sidelined in Week 2 against Green Bay, it doesn't look like Hall will be anything more than a rotational deep threat.
Hall is likely to step into the starting lineup if Kenny Golladay (hamstring) is unable to play in Week 1 against Chicago, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Golladay is currently considered doubtful for game action, which means Hall should see an increased role. The Lions are deep at receiver with Quintez Cephus and Jamal Agnew also on the roster as additional depth options. It's unclear exactly what Hall could accomplish with increased targets, as he has never seen more than 19 in any of his three seasons in the NFL.
Hall (foot) recently posted a video on Twitter of himself going through route-running drills.
While the extent of the lower-body injury that prompted Hall to require crutches last November is not certain, the speedster looks just fine at this point. Hall should presumably be good to go if/when training camp opens in late July.
Hall (foot) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports.
Hall injured his foot in Week 12's loss to the Redskins, and he was spotted using crutches following the contest. The 26-year-old's season is over, so the Lions signed Chris Lacy from the practice squad to take over a depth role. Hall finished the campaign with seven catches for 261 yards (37.3 yards per reception) and a touchdown.
Hall (foot) was listed as a non-participant in Tuesday's practice, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Hall was spotted with crutches and a walking boot following this past Sunday's loss to the Redskins, so a second straight missed practice puts him on track to miss Thursday's matchup against the Bears. The 26-year-old has one more chance to get onto the field Wednesday. If he's unable to go, the Lions may need to promote a practice-squad player since they only have three healthy receivers -- Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola.
Hall (foot) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's estimated injury report.
Hall was using crutches and wearing a walking boot after suffering the injury Sunday against the Redskins, so it's not a major surprise to see he wasn't expected to practice Monday. The specifics of the injury remain unclear, but the 25-year-old appears to be facing long odds to play Thursday, given the short week of preparation.
Hall (foot) was seen sporting crutches and wearing a walking boot on his left foot following Sunday's loss the the Redskins, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Hall left the game in the third quarter, though it's unclear how he picked up the injury. The fact that he was seen using both crutches and a boot is evidence that he could be dealing with a significant injury. It's likely Hall will undergo X-rays or an MRI in the coming days, so expect the team to update his status heading into Week 13's game against the Bears.
Hall (foot) won't return to Sunday's game against Washington, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Hall left the game in the third quarter and was quickly ruled out for the remainder of the game. Expect the team to have an update on Hall's status ahead of next week's game against Chicago.
Hall (foot) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Washington.
It's unclear how Hall suffered the injury, but he exited the game late in the third quarter. With his departure, Kenny Golladay, Marvin Jones and Danny Amendola are the only healthy receivers on the roster for Week 12.
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