Amon-Ra St. Brown sets Lions receiving mark in Week 7 loss

USA Today

There wasn’t much to be excited about with the Lions in Detroit’s 38-6 loss in Baltimore on Sunday, but one Lions player did establish a positive new team record.

Wide receiver Amon-Ra St. Brown had a prolific day, catching 13 passes for 102 yards. When paired with last week’s 12 receptions for 124 yards in the Week 6 win over Tampa Bay, it gives St. Brown the new team record for most receptions over a two-game period.

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St. Brown seized the top spot from Brett Perriman, who had 12 catches in two consecutive games back in 1995. No. 14 also matched Herman Moore’s team record of catching at least five passes for at least 50 yards in each of the first six games of the season. Moore did that back in 1997.

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