College: Kansas State | 6 years
Height: 5'10" | Weight: 182 lbs
Birth Date: 9/28/1992
Depth Chart: WR2.1
2020 Bye Week: 6
Total Pts: 36.9
Avg Pts: 18.45
Rank: 12 WR
|Week 1||17.20||Tyler Lockett 92 receiving yds (9.20 pts)|
Tyler Lockett 8 receptions (8.00 pts)
|Week 2||19.70||Tyler Lockett 67 receiving yds (6.70 pts)|
Tyler Lockett 4 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
Tyler Lockett 7 receptions (7.00 pts)
|Week 3||37.00||Tyler Lockett 100 receiving yds (10.00 pts)|
Tyler Lockett 43 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
Tyler Lockett 1 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
Tyler Lockett 1 yd TD reception (6.00 pts)
Tyler Lockett 9 receptions (9.00 pts)
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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett has firmly entrenched himself in the conversation for the NFL's best receivers after his incredible performance in Week 3 against the Dallas Cowboys. He caught nine of his 13 targets for 100 yards and three touchdowns on the afternoon. The connection between Lockett and quarterback Russell Wilson is arguably the NFL's best, and there seems to be no way to stop it no matter how you're defending him. Moving forward, Lockett needs to be firmly locked into your lineups as a WR1.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett corralled nine of his 13 targets for 100 yards and three touchdowns in Week 3 against the Dallas Cowboys.
Fantasy Spin: While Lockett is one of the most skilled route-runners in the game, there may not have been a defender within two steps of him on any of his scoring catches. That's a major problem for the defense when two of the scores were from a yard out. At any rate, Lockett has picked right up where he left off prior to getting hurt last year and is a top-three fantasy receiver in virtually any scoring system after three weeks. He's a good candidate to remain there after facing the Miami Dolphins in Week 4.
Seattle Seahawks DE Rasheem Green (neck) did not participate in practice all week and has been ruled out for Week 3 against the Dallas Cowboys. CB Quinton Dunbar (knee) and CB Neiko Thorpe (hip) did not practice Friday, Sept. 25, and are listed as questionable. OT Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral) was limited all week and is also listed as questionable. DE Benson Mayowa (groin) was upgraded to a limited practice Friday and is listed as questionable as well. DT Jarran Reed (back), LB Cody Barton (quad), TE Will Dissly (Achilles) and OT Duane Brown (knee, foot) were also limited in practice Friday but have been removed from the injury report. RB Chris Carson (rest), WR DK Metcalf (rest), WR Tyler Lockett (rest), TE Greg Olsen (heel), CB Shaquill Griffin (shoulder), OG Mike Iupati (wrist), OG Jordan Simmons (knee), DE L.J. Collier (wrist), OT Jamarco Jones (back) and CB Tre Flowers (hand) practiced in full Friday and also no longer appear on the injury report.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (non-injury) fully participated in practice Thursday, Sept. 24.
Fantasy Spin: Lockett has caught 15 of his 16 targets this season and has 159 yards in two games. He will continue to be a focal point in the passing game and should be at least a No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (non-injury) participated in a limited fashion at practice Wednesday, Sept. 23.
Fantasy Spin: There's no reason to expect Lockett to miss Sunday's game against the Dallas Cowboys. He'll need to be in lineups in a nice matchup for the Seahawks' passing attack.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett wasn't quite perfect in Week 2, but he was pretty close to it. He caught seven of his eight targets for 67 yards and a touchdown. Lockett is quickly becoming one of the best fantasy wide receivers to roster, and with the connection he has with quarterback Russell Wilson, he's a threat to finish as a WR1 on a weekly basis. Just like Wilson, you should have no doubts about starting him every week, regardless of his matchup.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett caught seven passes for 67 yards and a touchdown in a Week 2 victory against the New England Patriots.
Fantasy Spin: Lockett is the steadiest producer in the Seattle passing game, providing WR2 value most weeks. His upside is generally modest, though, as he now works as Wilson's security blanket more than the deep threat he looked to be earlier in his career.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett posted eight catches for 92 yards on eight targets in Week 1 against the Atlanta Falcons.
Fantasy Spin: Lockett has rolled up 137 receptions for 2,022 yards and 18 touchdowns over the past two seasons, making him a fantasy must-have. He is also durable, too, missing just one game in his five-year NFL career. Lockett and the Seahawks host the New England Patriots in Week 2.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett could be a WR1 at the end of Week 1. He was on pace to finish as a WR1 last season before an injury hobbled him for a month. Now he's fully healthy and he's playing with one of the league's best quarterbacks. The Atlanta Falcons overhauled their cornerback room this offseason and they are really young as a result. With an improved offensive line in front of quarterback Russell Wilson, he should be able to find Lockett on those deep shots down the field. If they're able to connect on one or two of those, he has an easy path to an absolutely huge game in the season opener.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett has been extremely consistent, reliable and efficient over the past two seasons. Last year was his first season with over 100 targets and he delivered with 1,057receiving yards and eight touchdowns. This year, he should be able to at least reproduce those numbers and maybe even improve upon them. Lockett's teammate, second-year wide receiver DK Metcalf, is a trendy breakout player in fantasy this year as he had an exceptional rookie year last year with 900 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. However, Lockett is still the No. 1 for now and should be drafted ahead of Metcalf.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett flourished during a red-zone session in Tuesday's practice. At one point during the session, quarterback Russell Wilson hooked up with Lockett on two consecutive plays, both touchdowns. Lockett previously left Monday's practice while dealing with an apparent leg injury, but clearly it wasn't anything major as he excelled in practice the following day. Lockett caught 82 passes for 1,057 yards and eight touchdowns in 2019 and should return similar numbers in 2020, making him a fantastic WR2 in all formats.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) was not able to finish practice Monday, Aug. 24, and had ice on his leg. The injury does not appear to be serious.
Fantasy Spin: Lockett may miss a few practices but should be ready for the start of the regular season. He has posted at least 950 yards in each of the last two seasons and has 18 receiving touchdowns during that span. He should be a fine No. 2 receiver in fantasy leagues.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett held a video conference with reporters on Friday and informed them that he "definitely had a lot of hesitation" about playing this year. Lockett explained that he was fearful of the effects COVID-19 could have on himself and his family. He has a preexisting heart abnormality that makes him extra cautious about the virus and multiple members of his family have asthma. Lockett said that the fact that head coach Pete Carroll and other older coaches putting themselves at risk helped him make his decision to play. He said, "I told myself if they could do it then I know I could do it." Lockett set career-highs in receptions (82) and receiving yards (1,057) last year and should be in line for another big season in 2020.
The Seattle Seahawks are not close to signing free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown as he deals with several unresolved off-the-field issues, including a civil lawsuit in which his former trainer accused him of sexual assault and felony burglary and battery charges from an incident this January. There's a good chance that Brown will face a lengthy suspension from the league. Josh Gordon, who has applied for reinstatement after being suspended last December for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs and substance abuse, continues to reside in the Seattle area. He is hoping to have his indefinite suspension lifted before the start of training camp. Seattle remains interested in both receivers, but they're unlikely to sign either one until they have a clearer picture of how many games they might miss in 2020. There are depth concerns behind wideouts D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett accumulated 770 receiving yards out of the slot in 2019 - the fourth-highest total in the league - according to Pro Football Focus.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is ranked second by NFL.com's Nick Shook among the best pass-catchers of 2019. Lockett had a catch rate of 74.5 percent and an expected catch rate of 61.9 percent. His catch-rate difference was nearly equal to Michael Thomas, who was ranked No. 1 on the list. Lockett had more of an average cushion than Thomas, which aided in him having over four more air yards on average. Opponents rarely pressed Lockett at the line of scrimmage, however, because they were more fearful that he might beat them deep. Lockett owned the highest wide-open rate of the top 10 2019 pass-catchers at 22.7 percent. The 27-year-old can disappear at times and was hurt a bit by D.K. Metcalf's emergence in the second half, but he should remain a strong WR2 in 2020 with one of the best QBs in the game in Russell Wilson still throwing him passes.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett's 11.23 yards per target and 18 receiving touchdowns over the past two seasons rank second in the NFL, and he has caught 77.2 percent of his targets in that stretch, the third-best mark.
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett became the first receiver (minimum 100 total targets) to catch more than 90 percent of his catchable targets (92.1) and post an average depth of target of more than 12 yards (12.3) since at least 2015, according to Sports Info Solutions.