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Player Outlook
Doubs enters this season as the likely No. 3 receiver in Green Bay, and he should be considered a No. 4 Fantasy receiver in the majority of leagues. He's worth drafting with a late-round pick in all formats. In 2023, Doubs was mostly touchdown-dependent for much of his Fantasy production, scoring eight times. He averaged 10.3 PPR points per game but had nine games with 11 or more PPR points. However, only two of those games came when he didn't find the end zone, and he had 12 games with 37 yards or less and just three games with at least five receptions. He got more involved in the playoffs with 10 catches for 234 yards and a touchdown on 12 targets in two games, and hopefully, he can build off that performance. That said, the Packers have a crowded receiving corps with Christian Watson, Jayden Reed and Dontayvion Wicks, and Jordan Love loves to spread the ball around. Doubs is a good receiver to have on your bench to open the season, and hopefully the catches and yards match the touchdown production that he scored in 2023.

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 59 674 11.42 8 0.00 1096.4
2022 42 425 10.12 3 11 11.00 544.2
3y Avg. 50 550 11.00 6 6 0.00 825.5
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Another strong playoff performance

    Doubs recorded four receptions on six targets for 83 yards in Saturday's 24-21 loss to the 49ers. As has been the case all season, targets were spread evenly between multiple Packers pass catchers. Doubs finished tied for the team lead with six opportunities, and he was by far the most efficient with his chances thanks to long gains of 38, 22 and 15 yards. After it previously appeared that he slipped behind Jayden Reed as the top pass catcher on the team, Doubs combined to record 234 yards across two playoff contests. His ability to consistently command targets will remain an issue in 2024, as Christian Watson, Reed and Dontayvion Wicks will all almost certainly remain on the roster.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Career game in playoff debut

    Doubs caught all six of his targets for 151 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 48-32 wild-card round win over the Cowboys. Doubs' season high in receiving yards was 95, but he exceeded that mark in the first half alone with four catches on as many targets for 102 yards. He added a 46-yard catch in the third quarter, then put the cherry on top with a three-yard touchdown catch in the fourth. After setting a career high in receiving yards in his playoff debut and accounting for more than half of Jordan Love's 272 passing yards, Doubs will look to put up an encore performance on the road against the 49ers in the NFC divisional round.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Ready for Sunday's game

    Doubs (chest) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's wild-card contest at Dallas, Rob Demovsky of reports. Doubs made an early exit from the Packers' Week 18 win over the Bears due to a chest injury, which capped his on-field work Wednesday and Thursday. Having said that, it won't impact his availability for Sunday's playoff opener, something that can't be said for fellow wide receiver Christian Watson (hamstring), who is listed as questionable. Even if Watson suits up for the first time since Week 13, Doubs will remain one of Green Bay's top WRs in terms of snap share, as he topped 80 percent in 12 of 17 appearances this season.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Listed as limited Wednesday

    Doubs (chest) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. Doubs mostly avoided the injury bug this season, unlike most of the rest of the Packers receiving corps, but he made an early exit this past Sunday against the Bears due to a chest issue. On Monday, head coach Matt LaFleur called Doubs "day-to-day," per Matt Schneidman of The Athletic, and the receiver's ability to mix into drills at Wednesday's walkthrough seems to back up LaFleur's sentiments. Doubs thus has two more chances this week to get back to full activity before Green Bay potentially gives him a designation ahead of Sunday's wild-card game at Dallas.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Considered day-to-day

    Coach Matt LaFleur said Doubs (chest) is day-to-day after leaving Sunday's game against the Bears, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Doubs was injured when he was unable to come down with a would-be touchdown grab in the first quarter versus Chicago. The wideout spent part of the game being evaluated at the local hospital but was able to return to the locker room before the end of the contest. Green Bay's wideout depth chart is deep, even with Doubs and Christian Watson (hamstring) banged up. Jayden Reed, Dontayvion Wicks, Bo Melton and Malik Heath soaked up the receiver work Sunday.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Exits with injury

    Doubs is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Bears due to a chest injury. Doubs appeared to sustain an injury when he failed to haul in a would-be touchdown pass during the first quarter, as he was seen moving into the medical tent after the drive, per Rob Demovsky of Coming into Sunday's action, the second-year wideout led the Packers with eight touchdown catches this season to go along with career highs in both receptions (59) and yards (674). With Christian Watson (hamstring) already inactive, expect reserves Bo Melton and Malik Heath to see increased playing time behind Jayden Reed and Dontayvion Wicks.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Held to 28 yards

    Doubs recorded three catches on six targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 33-10 win over the Vikings. Doubs was overshadowed by Bo Melton and Jayden Reed (chest), though he still remained involved with six targets -- tied for third-best on the team. The Packers have had several different receivers step up for big performances throughout the season, making it difficult for Doubs to produce consistently. For example, he has been held to 32 receiving yards or fewer in three of his last five games, but he's topped 70 in the other two and also has a touchdown in that span. He should be on the field plenty for a Week 18 matchup against the Bears, giving him the chance to bounce back.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Reaches end zone in win

    Doubs was targeted five times and caught four passes for 79 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-30 victory over the Panthers. Doubs averaged just 42.8 yards per game and did not score over the four contests that preceded Sunday's, but with Christian Watson (hamstring) and Jayden Reed (toe/chest) sitting out Sunday and Dontayvion Wicks (chest) exiting early, Doubs saw extra opportunities and capitalized. His prospects for Week 16 will hinge significantly on the availability -- or the lack thereof -- of his three fellow wideouts.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Quiet night in loss

    Doubs secured four of seven targets for 32 yards in the Packers' 24-22 loss to the Giants on Monday night. Doubs finished second in receiving yards on the night for Green Bay, but he still had only half the total of tight end Tucker Kraft. It also marked Doubs' fourth sub-40-yard tally in the last six games, and Monday night was his third straight contest without a touchdown. Consequently, even if Christian Watson (hamstring) remains sidelined for a Week 15 home date with the Buccaneers, Doubs' outlook isn't overly optimistic.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Leads GB in receiving yards

    Doubs had four receptions on five targets for 72 yards in Sunday's 27-19 win over the Chiefs. Doubs wound up leading the Packers in receiving yards, but it was Christian Watson (hamstring) who cashed in two scores for the superior fantasy score. The latter suffered an injury to his hamstring late in Sunday's victory, so Doubs could be in store for an uptick in targets should the Packers' No. 1 wideout miss next Monday's matchup against the Giants. Even if Watson's injury proves to be minor, Doubs has solidified his No. 2 role by averaging five targets over the last four weeks.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Three grabs against Detroit

    Doubs caught three of four targets for 37 yards in Thursday's 29-22 win over the Lions. The second-year wideout took a back seat to Christian Watson (5-94-1 on seven targets) and Jayden Reed (4-34-1 on eight targets) in this one, but Doubs had a key 14-yard grab in the third quarter to help set up Watson's score. Doubs has caught at least three passes in five straight games, and while he has only 175 receiving yards over that stretch he's scored three TDs of his own. The Packers' trio of young WRs will likely keep taking turns coming up big as they develop alongside first-year starting QB Jordan Love, but the team's whole passing game faces a daunting challenge in Week 13 against Kansas City's secondary.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Another touchdown Sunday

    Doubs caught three of five targets for 31 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 23-19 loss to the Steelers. Doubs opened the scoring with an eight-yard catch in the back corner of the end zone to cap Green Bay's first offensive drive. That grab gave Doubs his sixth touchdown through nine games this season. His scoring impact helps compensate for his somewhat limited yardage upside, as Doubs has now gone five straight appearances with under 40 receiving yards.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Catches all targets

    Doubs caught all three of his targets for 36 yards in Sunday's 20-3 win over the Rams. Doubs hauled in everything thrown his way, including an important third-down catch during the fourth quarter. However, he failed to top 40 receiving yards for the fourth straight game. His stock has been dependent on touchdowns lately, yet Green Bay's offense struggles to consistently get into scoring position.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Scores fifth TD of season

    Doubs caught four of nine targets for 18 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-10 loss to the Vikings. His nine targets led the Packers, but Doubs did little with the volume until catching a one-yard TD from Jordan Love in garbage time. It's Doubs' fifth touchdown in seven games this season, and the scores have kept his fantasy value afloat as he's been held to 30 receiving yards or less in five of those contests. He'll look for more consistency in Week 9 against the Rams.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Touchdown in loss

    Doubs caught two of five targets for 30 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Broncos. Doubs was awarded his score after he and Broncos cornerback Patrick Surtain came down with simultaneous possession from a 16-yard throw during the third quarter. The wideout had another would-be touchdown bounce of his hands into teammate Jayden Reed's on Green Bay's next drive. Despite his team's passing attack enduring growing pains under first-year starter Jordan Love, Doubs' four touchdowns through six games gives him decent value ahead of the Week 8 contest versus the Vikings.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Nearly shut out in Week 5 loss

    Doubs brought in one of four targets for four yards in the Packers' 17-13 loss to the Raiders on Monday night. Doubs' stat line was part of the collateral damage of Jordan Love's accuracy issues, with the talented receiver's reception and receiving yardage totals both qualifying as season lows. Doubs' downturn was especially striking considering he'd generated a 14-168-1 line on 25 targets over the previous two games, but the second-year wideout should have a good chance to bounce back in a Week 7 road matchup versus the Broncos following a Week 6 bye.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: WRS to Start

    Doubs and Christian Watson are both in play this week as starting options, but Doubs is the safer choice of the two. He's scored at least 18.3 PPR points in three of four games this season, and he comes into Week 5 against the Raiders with 25 targets in his past two outings against New Orleans and Detroit. With Watson back in action against the Lions, albeit on a snap count, Doubs had nine catches for 95 yards on 13 targets. He should remain the top target for Jordan Love against the Raiders, who have allowed five receivers to score at least 12.2 PPR points this year.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Scores winning touchdown

    Doubs caught five of 12 targets for 73 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 18-17 win over the Saints. Doubs capped Green Bay's dramatic comeback with an eight-yard touchdown with under three minutes remaining. In addition to that score -- which marked Doubs' third in as many weeks -- the second-year wideout led the Packers in receiving yards and targets. Whether or not Christian Watson (hamstring) is fit to return for Thursday night's game against the Lions in Week 4, Doubs should maintain solid value as one of quarterback Jordan Love's favorite options, particularly on jump balls near the goal line.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: WRs to Sit

    Christian Watson (hamstring) is still banged up, but even if he remains out in Week 3 against the Saints, I would still shy away from starting Doubs in most leagues. He scored two touchdowns in Week 1 at Chicago, but he only has six catches for 56 yards on eight targets for the season. You saw the downside for Doubs when he didn't score with his production in Week 2 at Atlanta with two catches for 30 yards on three targets. The Saints secondary is tough, even with Marcus Maye (suspended) out, and I'm not expecting a big game from Doubs in this matchup.
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  • Packers' Romeo Doubs: Should be primary target Week 2

    Doubs is expected to serve as quarterback Jordan Love's primary target Sunday against the Falcons with No. 1 receiver Christian Watson (hamstring) listed as questionable but expected to be inactive for the contest, Zach Kruse of USA Today reports. With Watson on track to miss a second consecutive game, Doubs should once again be in line for an expanded profile in the Green Bay passing attack after catching four passes for 26 yards and two touchdowns on five targets in the Packers' season-opening win over the Bears. Doubs played less than half of the Packers' snaps on offense (48 percent) in the Week 1 win, but that may have been a byproduct of Green Bay's 18-point margin of victory along with the fact that he had been listed as questionable heading into the opener with a hamstring injury of his own. The second-year Nevada product seemingly came out of the opener no worse for the wear, as he doesn't carry an injury designation into the weekend after following up limited practices Wednesday and Thursday with a full session Friday.
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