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Player Outlook
St. Brown has established himself as one of the best receivers in the NFL, and he's worth drafting in Round 1 in all leagues. He should be considered a top-five wide receiver this year along with CeeDee Lamb, Tyreek Hill, Justin Jefferson and Ja'Marr Chase, and St. Brown can get drafted as high as No. 6 overall this season. In 2023, St. Brown averaged a career-high 20.7 PPR points per game, and he's scored at least 16.7 PPR points per game in each of the past two seasons. Over that span, St. Brown has averaged 155 targets, 113 catches, 1,338 yards and eight touchdowns, and he earned a huge raise this offseason with a four-year extension for $120 million, including $77 million guaranteed. Jared Goff should continue to lean on St. Brown in 2024, and he's a great player to select first on your Fantasy roster.

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 119 1515 12.73 10 24 6.00 20412.8
2022 106 1161 10.95 6 95 10.56 1499.3
3y Avg. 105 1196 11.39 7 60 8.57 1579.8
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Gets four-year extension

    St. Brown and the Lions reached agreement Tuesday on a four-year extension, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Rapoport relays that St. Brown's deal is worth more than $120 million, including $77 million guaranteed. If those numbers hold up when more details come out, St. Brown will tie Tyreek Hill's for average annual value ($30 million) for a receiver and have the stand-alone record for money guaranteed. Of course, he probably won't hold those records for long, as the list of star wideouts nearing the end of their rookie contracts includes Justin Jefferson, CeeDee Lamb and Ja'Marr Chase. In any case, St. Brown has improved his receiving volume and fantasy production with each passing season in the NFL, and he should have another big year in 2024 while catching passes from quarterback Jared Goff in an offense that will be coordinated by Ben Johnson for at least one more season.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Totals 89 yards in playoff loss

    St. Brown recorded seven receptions on 11 targets for 87 yards in Sunday's 34-31 loss to the 49ers. He added one rush for two yards. St. Brown unsurprisingly had a key role in the Detroit offense, compiling double-digit targets for the fourth time in his last six games. He failed to top 100 yards or reach the end zone for the first time in that span, though he still managed long receptions of 23 and 17 yards -- both of which set up scores -- to make his mark on the contest. St. Brown has improved in each of his three campaigns in the league, and he closed the 2023 regular season with 119 receptions for 1,515 yards and 10 touchdowns. He'll be entering the final year of his rookie contract in 2024 and could be headed for a significant contract extension with the Lions this offseason.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Hauls in winning touchdown Sunday

    St. Brown caught eight of 14 targets for 77 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 31-23 divisional-round win over the Buccaneers. While Sam LaPorta led the Lions in catches, St. Brown paced the team in receiving yards and targets and was on the other end of Detroit's final score of the game, a nine-yard TD toss from Jared Goff with a little over six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. St. Brown's yardage total was actually his lowest since Week 14, but the third-year wideout has gotten into the end zone in five of six games since, and he should be Goff's top downfield option again next weekend against the 49ers in the NFC Championship Game.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Finishes regular season strong

    St. Brown brought in seven of 10 targets for 144 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' 30-20 win over the Vikings on Sunday. St. Brown found himself in the familiar position of leading the Lions across the board in receiving categories, essentially playing a normal amount of snaps in a game Detroit needed to position itself for a potential ascension to the No. 2 seed. The third-year wideout's yardage total was his second-highest tally of the season, and he heads into the postseason riding the momentum of a 119-1,515-10 line across 16 regular-season contests, including three 100-yard efforts in the last four games.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Picks apart Vikings secondary

    St. Brown secured 12 of 14 targets for 106 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 30-24 win over the Vikings. Minnesota had no answer for St. Brown with the division title on the line. Continuing to pile on the stats after already setting career highs in receiving yards (1,175) and touchdowns (seven) last week against Denver, St. Brown had his way with a burnable Vikings secondary over the middle of the field while also finding success working the sidelines and on a screen. With few receivers leaguewide handling bigger roles on offense, St. Brown should again stay busy when Detroit travels to Dallas in Week 17.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Held to 21 yards

    St. Brown recorded three receptions on nine targets for 21 yards in Sunday's 28-13 loss to the Bears. St. Brown saw a fairly typical number of targets, but he posted a season-low yardage total. He got off to a fairly normal start to the game by recording all three of his receptions within Detroit's first three offensive possessions. However, he was shut out from there as the Lions' entire offense faltered in the final two quarters. St. Brown has been one of the most consistent receivers this season, but he has only 70 total receiving yards combined across the last two games.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Finds end zone on quiet afternoon

    St. Brown brought in two of six targets for 49 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' 33-28 win over the Saints on Sunday. The star receiver took a rare back seat to rookie Sam LaPorta on the afternoon, with the latter pacing the Lions' air attack with a career-best 9-140-1 line. St. Brown was able to salvage his otherwise quiet day with a 25-yard touchdown grab over the middle just before the midway point of the fourth quarter, but he finished with season lows in receptions, receiving yards and targets. St. Brown, who'd posted no fewer than six receptions or 77 yards in any game since Week 4 prior to Sunday, will look to bet back on track at the expense of the Bears on the road in Week 14.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Another productive outing

    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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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Eclipses century mark in win

    St. Brown (illness) secured six of nine targets for 108 yards in the Lions' 26-14 win over the Raiders on Monday night. St. Brown took a questionable designation into Monday after coming down with an illness Sunday, but he 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 clearly a success. The third-year star will tangle with another AFC West opponent in the Chargers in Week 10 following a Week 9 bye.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Suiting up Monday

    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.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Comes down with illness

    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.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Targeted 19 times

    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, but 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.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Returns with 124 yards

    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.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Logs full practice Thursday

    St. Brown (abdomen) practiced in full Thursday. After giving St. Brown a week off, including the Lions' Week 5 win against the Panthers, to tend to an abdominal injury, St. Brown followed up Wednesday's capped session with all activity one day later. He even told Eric Woodyard of on Thursday, "I feel good. I feel ready, so we'll see," regarding his availability for Sunday's game at Tampa Bay. The Lions still may list St. Brown with a designation for Week 6 action upon the release of Friday's practice report, but all signs seem to point toward the wide receiver returning to action this weekend.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Officially limited Wednesday

    St. Brown (abdomen) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday. St. Brown didn't log any on-field work during Week 5 prep before the Lions deemed him inactive ahead of this past Sunday's win over the Panthers. Head coach Dan Campbell expressed optimism about St. Brown's chances of playing Week 6 against the Buccaneers when speaking to Justin Rogers of The Detroit News and Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site earlier this week, and the receiver's return to practice seemingly backs up Campbell's hopefulness. Ultimately, St. Brown likely will need to get through the Lions' next two practices unscathed before the Lions provide some clarity on his status heading into Sunday.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Will practice Wednesday

    Head coach Dan Campbell said that St. Brown (abdomen) will be on the practice field Wednesday, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports. St. Brown will practice in at least a limited fashion after sitting out all three of the Lions' sessions last week before missing Sunday's win over Carolina. He appears to be trending in the right direction for this Sunday's road matchup against the Buccaneers, as Campbell stated in his Monday press conference. The Lions will reveal their first Week 6 practice report later Wednesday, when it will be known whether St. Brown was a limited or full participant.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Won't practice Friday

    Coach Dan Campbell noted that St. Brown (abdomen) is not in line to practice Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The report adds that the Lions expect to know more about St. Brown's status for Sunday's game against the Panthers in the next 24 hours. With another absence on tap Friday, St. Brown will have missed the entire practice week, with added context regarding his Week 5 status set to arrive when Detroit's final injury report is posted.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Still aiming to play Week 5

    St. Brown (abdomen) said Thursday that his goal remains to play this Sunday against the Panthers, despite having sat out the Lions' first two Week 5 practices, Kyle Meinke of reports. Though he's gone down as a non-participant on both of the Lions' two practice reports for Week 5, St. Brown hasn't been completely inactive during those sessions. As Eric Woodyard of notes, St. Brown was spotted working with trainers off to the side Thursday, just as the receiver was able to do Wednesday. Even so, the Lions will still presumably want to see St. Brown log at least some reps with the team before clearing him to play, so his activity (or lack thereof) at Friday's session will be more telling with regards to his chances of suiting up Sunday. If St. Brown ends up sitting out this weekend, quarterback Jared Goff could become more reliant on tight end Sam LaPorta, running back Jahmyr Gibbs and receivers Josh Reynolds (groin) and Jameson Williams, the last of whom is set to make his 2023 debut Sunday after completing a four-game suspension to begin the season.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Idle for another practice

    St. Brown (abdomen) will be a non-participant in Thursday's practice, Colton Pouncy of The Athletic reports. Per Eric Woodyard of, St. Brown will be working out and running off to the side under the supervision of trainers, just as he did for the Lions' first official Week 5 practice session Wednesday as well as an unofficial session Tuesday. With no involvement in team reps thus far in Week 5, St. Brown may need to take part in drills in some capacity Friday to have a realistic shot at playing Sunday versus the Panthers. If St. Brown is sidelined this weekend, his absence would be cushioned to some extent by the return of 2022 first-round pick Jameson Williams, who is eligible to make his season debut after serving a four-game suspension to begin the campaign.
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  • Lions' Amon-Ra St. Brown: Finds end zone in Week 4 win

    St. Brown secured five of seven targets for 56 yards and a touchdown in the Lions' 34-20 win over the Packers on Thursday night. The star wideout took a back seat to running back David Montgomery, who pace Detroit's victory with a 121-yard, three-touchdown effort on the ground. However, St. Brown found a way to make an impact via his 24-yard scoring grab in the first quarter. The third-year star's reception and receiving yardage totals were season lows, yet he remains an elite option in all formats heading into a Week 5 home matchup against the Panthers on Sunday, Oct. 8.
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