WR - DET - IR
This Week Outlook
Lions wide receiver Quintez Cephus suffered a broken collarbone during Sunday's loss to the Vikings. The injury could be season-ending.
It's too early to tell exactly how much time Cephus misses, but his season is certainly in jeopardy. The second-year receiver had caught 15 passes for 204 yards and two touchdowns through five games while complementing Kalif Raymond as the headliners in Detroit's wide receiver corps.
Lions WR Quintez Cephus caught three of his three targets for 38 yards before getting hurt.
It was a short-lived success for Cephus before he exited on Sunday. The breakout receiver saw three targets but exited with a shoulder injury that should cost him some time per the Lions head coach Dan Campbell. Cephus is droppable in all formats outside of dynasty.
Per Dave Birkett, the Lions WR Quintez Cephus is questionable to return against the Vikings with a shoulder injury.
After taking a big hit in the second quarter, Cephus was carted to the locker room. His status for the second half remains up in the air. Expect T.J. Hockenson and Kalif Raymond to take big steps forward in the offense.
Lions WR Quintez Cephus grabbed four passes for 83 yards on five targets during Sunday's loss to the Bears.
Cephus was super sharp on Sunday grabbing four balls for 83 yards. He continues to be the second WR in the offense catching a lot of deep passes. Moving forward I would consider Cephus a low-end flex play but is worth rostering in all fantasy formats.
Quintez Cephus secured his only target for eight yards during Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Ravens.
After a breakout game last week, Cephus and Goff connected on just one target for eight yards. The whole Lions' offense struggled as a whole putting up just 17 points against the Ravens. There are bright spots as just Kalif Raymond was the only WR to see more than one target. The Lions get back to work next week against the Bears where Cephus should return to the fantasy spot light.