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Tagged: Amon-Ra St. Brown (18 Results)

Mailbag: November 23, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Can Odell Beckham make a difference in December? Top players coming back from IR. And weighing Amon-Ra St. Brown vs. Najee Harris. more »

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Oct
26

Lions WR St. Brown expected to play vs. Dolphins

Detroit Lions wide receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN reportedly did not suffer a concussion in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, instead he was removed as the result of the new concussionMore protocol. Lions head coach Dan Campbell said that St. Brown was removed from the game after exhibiting signs of ataxia, which is poor muscle control that causes clumsy movements. From all indications, St. Brown is expected to be clear to play on Sunday against the Miami Dolphins. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Oct
24

Lions offense stalls again

The Detroit Lions had the NFL’s top ranked offense just a few short weeks ago. Unfortunately for the Lions and fantasy owners, the Lions failed to reach the end zone forMore a second consecutive game in Sunday’s loss to the Dallas Cowboys. Running back D’ANDRE SWIFT was ruled out shortly before the game and wideout AMON-RA ST. BROWN left the game in the first quarter with a concussion. In addition to the injuries, quarterback JARED GOFF had 2 interceptions and 2 fumbles in the game, giving him 9 turnovers in 6 games this season. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Oct
7

Lions RB Swift, WR St. Brown unlikely to play vs. Patriots

Detroit Lions running back D’ANDRE SWIFT and receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN are unlikely to play against the New England Patriots after both missed a fifth consecutive practice on Thursday. Both playersMore are dealing with ankle injuries, while Swift has also been tending to a sprained shoulder. With the bye week scheduled for next week, the Lions seem likely to get both star players some extra rest. Less

Source: Mlive.com

Sep
30

Lions likely to be without top offensive weapons vs. Seahawks

Bad news, fantasy owners. It looks like the Detroit Lions could be without running back D’ANDRE SWIFT and wide receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN for Sunday’s game against the Seattle Seahawks. BothMore players did not practice on Thursday, with Swift dealing with ankle and shoulder injuries and St. Brown dealing with an ankle injury. Earlier this week, Lions head coach Dan Campbell said it would take “significant” improvement for Swift to be able to play on Sunday. Campbell noted that St. Brown was in similar circumstances. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Podcast: September 23 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff preview Week 3 of the NFL regular season. Sponsored by RotoWire.  more »

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Sep
19

Lions WR St. Brown has record day vs. Commanders

Detroit Lions wide receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN caught a first quarter touchdown against the Washington Commanders on Sunday, the sixth consecutive game he has found the end zone dating back toMore last season and the most consecutive games with a touchdown reception in the organization’s history. St. Brown also had a 49-yeard catch and run and a 58-yard rush in the game, both career-long achievements for the second-year wideout. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Podcast: August 15 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Joseph Robert -- the Fantasy Football Counselor -- joins the podcast for a quick 2022 draft strategy primer ... and to help relaunch the Fantasy Index Podcast Listeners League. Sponsored by the Fantasy Football Counselor.  more »

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Mailbag: July 6, 2022

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. How, in the math of a keeper league, James Conner is a better choice than Najee Harris -- and Amon-Ra St. Brown is better than Kyle Pitts. Teams with extra home games. more »

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Factoid: Wide receivers on bad teams

In yesterday's post about rookie receivers, reader Robert McKinlay mentioned being cool on Drake London with him perhaps laboring on one of the league's worst teams this season. This interested me: does a bad team necessarily have lousy wide receivers?   more »

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Jun
10

Lions rookie WR Williams not likely to be ready for training camp

Detroit head coach Dan Campbell said yesterday that he did not think rookie first-round wide receiver JAMESON WILLIAMS would be ready for training camp. Williams had initially hoped to be readyMore in time for camp but he is still working his way back from the ACL injury he suffered in the National Championship game in January. Williams is expected to eventually move into the starting lineup alongside DJ CHARK and AMON-RA ST. BROWN. Less

Source: Mlive.com

Factoid: No-name receivers

Is it just me, or did there seem like there were more surprise receivers last year? At the end of the season, guys like Amon-Ra St. Brown, Hunter Renfrow and Russell Gage were helping to win fantasy leagues.   more »

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Jan
10

Lions win, and lose, vs. Packers

The Detroit Lions won their football game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday but lost the top overall pick in the 2022 NFL Draft as a result of the victory.More With the win, the Lions will select second while the Jacksonville Jaguars take the first overall pick in the NFL Draft for the second consecutive year. Fantasy owners saw running back D’ANDRE SWIFT return to action and score the game winning touchdown, while wide receiver AMON-RA ST. BROWN set a franchise record for most receiving yards (912) by a rookie. Less

Source: Detroit Free Press

Mailbag: December 31, 2021

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. Special year-end edition. What now for James Robinson? Top 2022 rookies. Breakout players for next year. Rebuilding Pittsburgh's offense. And more. more »

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Factoid: Amon-Ra St. Brown

I remember having some interest in Amon-Ra St. Brown in the offense. I just wish I had done a better job of drafting him onto my teams. He’s been a key guy late in the year.   more »

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