Amon-Ra St. Brown
6'0'' / 202 lbs
St. Brown caught nine of 11 targets for 95 yards during Thursday's 29-22 loss to Green Bay.
Only Keenan Allen has averaged more targets per game than St. Brown has this season, and the USC product yet again took advantage of his voluminous role with a fifth eight-catch game in his past six outings. While St. Brown admittedly needed garbage time to approach the century mark in receiving yards, it can be argued that St. Brown was deprived of a number of other opportunities to rack up stats before that point thanks to Detroit's five failed fourth-down conversion attempts and three drive-killing fumbles. Look for St. Brown to stay busy when the Detroit offense looks to get back on track in a Week 13 road trip to New Orleans.
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St. Brown caught eight of 11 targets for 77 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-26 win over the Bears.
St. Brown's streak of 100-yard receiving performances ended at four games, but he got into the end zone for the fifth time this season on a seven-yard touchdown catch 11 seconds before halftime. The star receiver has caught 73 of 98 targets for 898 yards heading into Thursday's Thanksgiving visit from the Packers. One of St. Brown's five touchdowns came against Green Bay in Week 4, but his 56 yards in that game were a season low.
St. Brown caught eight of nine targets for 156 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 41-38 win over the Chargers.
He also chipped in nine rushing yards on two carries. St. Brown has reeled off four straight 100-yard performances and reached the century mark in six of eight games this season, and his 20-yard TD grab from Jared Goff in the third quarter was his fourth score of 2023. St. Brown will look to continue his streak in Week 11 against the Bears.
St. Brown (illness) secured six of nine targets for 108 yards in the Lions' 26-14 win over the Raiders on Monday night.
After taking a questionable designation into Monday after coming down with an illness Sunday, St. Brown suited up and looked no worse for wear. The gifted wideout led the Lions in receiving yards while checking in second in receptions and targets, generating his third straight 100-yard effort in the process. While his catch and target totals were actually well behind the massive tallies of the last pair contests -- a stretch during which he generated 25 grabs on 34 targets -- St. Brown's fantasy night was still a clear success. The third-year star will tangle with another AFC West opponent in the Chargers in Week 10 following a Week 9 bye.
St. Brown (illness) is active for Monday's game versus the Raiders.
St. Brown came down with an illness Sunday that forced the Lions to add him to their Week 8 injury report as questionable to play Monday, but it won't impact his availability after all. He'll thus take on his usual high-volume role in Detroit's passing attack against a Las Vegas defense that has conceded the ninth-highest catch rate (69 percent) to opposing wide receivers this season.
St. Brown (illness), who remains listed as questionable ahead of Monday's game against the Raiders, plans to play, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports.
The Lions didn't include St. Brown on their Week 8 injury report until he was added Sunday after apparently falling ill at some point over the weekend. Though it's unclear how close to 100 percent St. Brown is as Monday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff approaches, he's apparently feeling well enough to give it a go. Given that the Lions chose to elevate a running back (Devine Ozigbo) and an offensive lineman (Michael Niese) from the practice squad rather than a receiver ahead of Monday's game, the team is seemingly optimistic St. Brown will be able to handle his usual high-volume role in the passing attack. In the Lions' last two games alone, St. Brown has drawn a whopping 34 targets and has turned in a 25-226-1 receiving line.
The Lions added St. Brown to their Week 8 injury report Sunday due to an illness and are listing him as questionable for Monday's contest versus the Raiders.
Since missing Week 5 against the Panthers due to an abdominal injury, St. Brown has been heavily utilized in the passing game, as he's gathered in 25 of 34 targets for 226 yards and one touchdown over the last two games. With an illness now in tow, the status of Detroit's top wide receiver for Week 8 won't be confirmed until about 90 minutes before Monday's 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff. If St. Brown ultimately sits out, fellow WRs Josh Reynolds, Jameson Williams and Kalif Raymond figure to handle bigger workloads.
St. Brown recorded 13 receptions on 19 targets for 102 yards in Sunday's 38-6 loss to the Ravens.
The Lions offense was stalled for the entire game -- except for one late possession in garbage time -- both that didn't stop St. Brown from recording his fourth 100-yard performance of the season. He did so almost entirely based on volume, as he averaged only 5.4 yards per target with his longest gain of the day going for 15 yards. While the performance wasn't one of his best, it does illustrate the safety of his weekly stat lines thanks to his integral role in the Detroit offense.
St. Brown recorded 12 receptions on 15 targets for 124 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-6 win over the Buccaneers.
St. Brown returned from a one-game absence caused by an abdominal injury, though he showed no signs of the issue. He tallied season-high marks in targets, receptions and yards, and his performance was highlighted by lengthy receptions of 27 and 23 yards -- the former of which went for a touchdown. While St. Brown has been limited to either seven or eight targets in three of his five games this season, he's still managed to top 100 receiving yards on three occasions.