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NFL Receiving Stats & Targets

NFL receiving stats and player targets for the current season. Insight on which players from Wide Receivers, Running Backs and Tight Ends are seeing opportunity in the passing game. Data includes targets, receptions, yards per game, yards per catch and receiving touchdowns. View performance by weeks and home/road splits.

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Pos | Position
GP | Games Played
Tar | Targets
Rec | Receptions
Yds | Yards
YPG | Yards Per Game
YPC | Yards Per Catch
TD | Touchdowns
Proj | Projected Yards
Team Player Pos GP Tar Rec Yds YPG YPC TD Proj
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Jack Kitson is the Editor of Betting Odds and The Sack Race. He is an NCTJ-qualified sports journalist who has accumulated over 10 years of experience in the sports betting industry. His work on The Sack Race was honoured by a panel of experts at the Football Blogging Awards where it was named the Best Gambling Football Blog. Jack created the popular YouTube series ‘In The Managers Office’ featuring exclusives with Chris Wilder and Ian Holloway, while his work has been referenced within numerous publications such as The Guardian, BBC Sport, The New York Times, and Washington Post.