WR - SEA
Week 13 Outlook
Tyler Lockett caught three passes for 96 yards on Monday against Washington.
Lockett caught two long passes in the first half which saved his performance from a fantasy football perspective. It was the third straight week in which the Seahawks offense struggled to even pick up a first down. Lockett is a risky WR2 next week against the 49ers.
Tyler Lockett caught four passes for 115 yards on Sunday against the Cardinals.
In what was an otherwise miserable game for Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense, Lockett was the lone bright spot. He was second on the team in targets only behind D.K. Metcalf, but took advantage of them with a number of long gains.
Tyler Lockett caught two passes for 23 yards on Sunday against the Packers.
It was a frustrating game for Lockett and the entire Seahawks offense in the return for Russell Wilson. Lockett tied D.K. Metcalf and Gerald Everett for the team lead in targets.
Tyler Lockett caught 12 passes for 142 yards against Jacksonville on Sunday.
Lockett almost had an even bigger game if he wasn't tackled inside the five-yard line on two different occasions. After seeing just four combined targets the previous two weeks, Lockett logged a season-high 13 targets against the Jaguars. The hope now is that Russell Wilson will be ready to return following the Seahawks bye week.
Brandon Aiyuk WR-SF
recommended by 88% of experts
Jaylen Waddle WR-MIA
recommended by 93% of experts
Tee Higgins WR-CIN
recommended by 37% of experts
DeVonta Smith WR-PHI
recommended by 18% of experts
|T-1.||Walter Cherepinsky||WR #25|
|T-1.||Brandon Murchison||WR #27|
|T-3.||Derek Lofland||WR #21|
|T-3.||Kent Weyrauch||WR #13|
|T-3.||Dave Kluge||WR #20|
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