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Notes: Watch Amon-Ra St. Brown break down his 2 TDs vs. Jaguars

Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown is a technician in his game. Watch him break down the film of his two touchdowns vs. the Jaguars.

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Amon-Ra St. Brown is on the verge of superstardom, if he isn’t there already. If there was any doubt that his rookie season may have been a fluke, St. Brown has quickly put that to bed with a 2022 season that has nearly eclipsed his first-year production with five more games to go.

Through 13 weeks, St. Brown is eighth in the league in catches (76), 14th in yards (830), t-ninth in receiving touchdowns (6), and t-second in PFF grade (90.7). And that’s despite missing a game with an ankle sprain (and being limited for a few weeks) and being pulled in the first quarter against the Patriots due to concussion protocol.

On Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars, St. Brown was the centerpiece of the Detroit Lions’ offensive game plan. The result: he pulled in 11 of 12 targets for 111 yards and two scores. He was Football Outsiders’ best receiver of Week 13 per their DYAR statistic. Here’s what they had to say about his performance:

Though his longest catch gained only 15 yards, nine of them picked up first downs, and he added a 10th first down on a 5-yard DPI.

It’s one thing to read a bunch of statistics about St. Brown’s performance—like that he has converted third downs on 18.2 percent of his routes, an NFL high. It’s another to actually watch him work his magic on the field.

Working in accordance with The 33rd Team, St. Brown broke down his own film on his two touchdowns against the Jaguars. It’s a fun peek into what the star receiver was thinking on each play and the attention to detail in his game. Check it out:

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