WR - SEA
Week 13 Outlook
Tyler Lockett caught 3-of-4 targets for just 23 yards in a 23-17 win over the Eagles in Week 12.
After seeing nine targets in each of the last two games, Lockett saw just four in Week 12, as it was D.K. Metcalf who went off for 177 yards on 13 targets against the Eagles on Monday night. Lockett has been hit-or-miss all season, so it's difficult to know exactly when he'll go off. He's a must start every week because of the offense he plays on, but just realize he's extremely volatile and could always put up a dud like he did against the Eagles. Or he could go for 200 yards and three touchdowns like he did against the Cardinals in Week 7. He'll get the Giants in Week 13, which could be a good thing for Lockett's value if James Bradberry decides to shadow Metcalf.
Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett caught 9-of-9 targets for 67 yards and a touchdown in the Seahawks' Week 11 win over the Cardinals.
Lockett was limited in practice with a knee injury heading into Thursday night but didn't look phased as he was able to work the sidelines and move the chains against a good Arizona secondary. Lockett will have some additional time to prepare for a matchup against the Eagles in Week 12, so fantasy managers should feel great that he was productive while avoiding any further injury. Lockett will continue to be a WR1 and, through 10 games this season, has amassed 67 receptions for 748 yards and 8 TDs.
Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is officially active for the team's matchup against the Arizona Cardinals on Thursday Night Football despite being limited with a knee injury in practice this week.
In Week 7, Lockett went off against the Arizona defense for 15 receptions, 200 yards, and three touchdowns. While fantasy managers should not expect a repeat performance this week, he is a must-start in all formats now that he is confirmed to be active.
Tyler Lockett (knee) is listed as questionable for Week 11 against the Cardinals.
All we know about Lockett's injury is that he's dealing with "a bit of a knee sprain." Seahawks' HC Pete Carroll said "I don't think there's any doubt Tyler Lockett will play Thursday, providing his sprained knee came out of his work Wednesday OK." He should be considered a game-time decision entering Thursday. Of course, fantasy managers are encouraged to start Lockett if he winds up playing. David Moore would be an upside WR3 in his absence.
WR Tyler Lockett (knee) didn’t participate in Tuesday’s practice.
Lockett has a “bit of a knee sprain” said Seahawks’ HC Pete Carroll. He didn’t practice on Tuesday and will likely be questionable for Thursday’s contest against the Cardinals. Lockett will look to practice on Wednesday after consecutive DNPs. If Lockett is unable to suit up Thursday, David Moore would see an increased role and can be used as a flex/WR3 in fantasy for Week 11.
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