6'2'' / 204 lbs
Doubs caught five of 12 targets for 73 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 18-17 win over the Saints.
Doubs capped Green Bay's dramatic comeback with an eight-yard touchdown with under three minutes remaining. In addition to that score -- which marked Doubs' third through as many weeks -- the second-year wideout led the Packers in receiving yards and targets. Whether or not Christian Watson (hamstring) is fit to return for Thursday night's game against the Lions in Week 4, Doubs should maintain solid value as one of quarterback Jordan Love's favorite options, particularly on jump balls near the goal line.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
|1 @MIN||Dome 72°||8.8||53rd||1.76||2.0||47.5||5||4||37||0||9.3||8||2||0%||1||1||0||14%||31%||0%||69%|
|2 CHI||Outdoor 73°||4.7||78th||2.35||-10.0||42.5||3||2||27||0||13.5||-2||15||33%||1||1||0||12%||8%||0%||92%|
|3 @TB||Outdoor 89°||21.3||9th||2.66||1.5||41.5||8||8||73||1||9.1||3||6||0%||2||1||0||24%||13%||0%||87%|
|4 NE||Outdoor 66°||13.7||23rd||2.74||-8.5||39.5||8||5||47||1||9.4||1||8||17%||2||0||0||25%||3%||0%||97%|
|5 NYG||Outdoor 64°||5.9||71st||1.97||-9.5||41.5||5||3||29||0||9.7||7||2||0%||1||1||0||13%||15%||0%||85%|
|6 NYJ||Outdoor 49°||6.1||53rd||1.53||-8.0||45.5||9||4||21||0||5.3||3||3||20%||0||0||0||21%||20%||0%||80%|
|7 @WAS||Outdoor 59°||0.0||118th||0.00||-3.5||41.5||4||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||100%||0||0||0||12%||27%||0%||73%|
|8 @BUF||Outdoor 54°||16.2||19th||4.05||10.5||47.5||7||4||62||1||15.5||12||3||0%||3||1||0||24%||48%||0%||52%|
|9 @DET||Dome 59°||2.8||60th||2.80||-4.0||49.5||1||1||18||0||18.0||18||0||0%||1||0||0||3%||0%||0%||100%|
|15 LA||Outdoor 15°||10.5||42nd||2.10||-7.5||39.5||5||5||55||0||11.0||7||4||0%||4||1||0||18%||9%||0%||78%|
|16 @MIA||Outdoor 45°||6.6||53rd||2.20||3.5||49.5||6||3||36||0||12.0||9||3||40%||2||1||0||16%||15%||0%||78%|
|17 MIN||Outdoor 39°||5.0||55th||1.67||-3.5||47.5||4||3||20||0||6.7||2||5||0%||1||0||0||15%||10%||0%||90%|
|18 DET||Outdoor 21°||0.0||131st||0.00||-4.5||48.5||2||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||100%||0||0||0||8%||13%||0%||88%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2022 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
Doubs caught two of three targets for 30 yards in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Falcons.
Doubs made a pair of 15-yard receptions, but that was the full extent of his production in another game where usual top wideout Christian Watson (hamstring) was sidelined. After Doubs scored twice in Week 1, it was rookie Jayden Reed who tallied two touchdowns Sunday, when fellow first-year wideout Dontayvion Wicks also scored. Whether or not Watson returns in Week 3 versus the Saints, Doubs will strive to make a bigger impact than he did in Sunday's late defeat.
Doubs is expected to serve as quarterback Jordan Love's primary target Sunday against the Falcons with No. 1 receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) listed as questionable but expected to be inactive for the contest, Zach Kruse of USA Today reports.
With Watson on track to miss a second consecutive game, Doubs should once again be in line for an expanded profile in the Green Bay passing attack after catching four passes for 26 yards and two touchdowns on five targets in the Packers' season-opening win over the Bears. Doubs played less than half of the Packers' snaps on offense (48 percent) in the Week 1 win, but that may have been a byproduct of Green Bay's 18-point margin of victory along with the fact that he had been listed as questionable heading into the opener with a hamstring injury of his own. The second-year Nevada product seemingly came out of the opener no worse for the wear, as he doesn't carry an injury designation into the weekend after following up limited practices Wednesday and Thursday with a full session Friday.
Doubs (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Atlanta, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Fellow wideout Christian Watson (hamstring) is listed as questionable and could be headed for a game-time call after limited practice participation Friday. Doubs played through his own hamstring injury in the 38-20 win over Chicago last week, scoring twice on four catches while handling 48 percent snap share and 64 percent route share. It's certainly possible those numbers grow now that he's healthier, and the Packers may emphasize their WRs and TEs a bit more than usual if Aaron Jones (hamstring) can't play after missing practice all week.
Doubs (hamstring) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Though Doubs' practice reps were capped for the second day in a row, the Packers haven't offered any indication that he suffered a setback with the hamstring injury that dates back to the preseason during Green Bay's 38-20 win over Chicago this past Sunday. While Christian Watson (hamstring) was sidelined for the contest, Doubs was the Packers' most productive wideout, turning in a 4-26-2 receiving line on five targets. Doubs was restricted to playing only 48 percent of the snaps on offense, however, though he could see his workload pick up this Sunday in Atlanta if he's cleared to play through the hamstring issue.
Doubs (hamstring) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
As Doubs was in the final two sessions of Week 1 prep, he again is operating with a cap on his practice reps due to the hamstring issue that has plagued him since at last Aug. 26. Meanwhile, Christian Watson (hamstring) continued to be sidelined at practice, so it remains to be seen of Doubs will be joined by his fellow starting wide receiver Sunday in Atlanta. Doubs logged 29 of 60 offensive snaps in this past Sunday's win at Chicago en route to four catches (on five targets) for 26 yards and two touchdowns.
Doubs caught four of five targets for 26 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 38-20 win over the Bears.
Doubs overcame a hamstring injury to suit up Sunday and took advantage of his opportunities with fellow starting wideout Christian Watson (hamstring) sidelined. Although his yardage wasn't anything special, Doubs opened Green Bay's scoring with an eight-yard touchdown in the first quarter, before impressively hauling in a four-yard TD in the fourth. While Watson could return for Week 2's matchup versus the Falcons, Doubs should remain a prominent option for quarterback Jordan Love to target in key situations, with upside for a wider variety of involvement as he gets more healthy.
Doubs (hamstring) is listed as active Sunday in Chicago, Mike Spofford of the Packers' official site reports.
Doubs sat out the Packers' preseason finale on Aug. 26 due to a hamstring injury, which capped him to two limited sessions during Week 1 prep. While Doubs is healthy enough to suit up for the season opener, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported earlier Sunday that the second-year pro likely won't handle a full allotment of snaps. If that's the case -- and with Christian Watson (hamstring) sidelined -- RB Aaron Jones, WR Jayden Reed and TE Luke Musgrave may serve as QB Jordan Love's top pass catchers. Meanwhile, wide receivers like Malik Heath, Samori Toure and Dontayvion Wicks will be available for more reps.
Doubs (hamstring) is expected to suit up for Sunday's matchup against the Bears but handle a snap count, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Doubs is officially listed as questionable for Week 1 but managed to finish with back-to-back limited practice sessions. With Christian Watson (hamstring) ruled out for Week 1's divisional matchup, though, Doubs could be in position to operate as Jordan Love's top pass-catcher even if his snap total is limited. Still, Green Bay could have to lean more heavily than usual on RB Aaron Jones in the passing game, as well as rookies WR Jayden Reed and TE Luke Musgrave. The final word on Doubs' status will come prior to Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.