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AFC CHAMPIONSHIP
Titans
9-7
24
Chiefs
12-4
35
YDS/R
  • 8.0
Rec. Yards
  • 8
Receptions
  • 1
Receiving Touchdowns
  • 0
SplitsRECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFDATTYDSAVGTDLNGFUMLST
This Game1188.0080000.00000
vs AFC South teams91218720.8110861-6-6.00-600
vs TEN116363.01631000.00000
vs AFC223447421.5583143103.30900
Home142031622.6283114174.30900

2019 Receiving

Stats
Regular Season
Postseason
Career
RECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFDATTYDSAVGTDLNGFUMLST
264153820.7683184174.30900
35279.00131000.00000
264153820.7683184174.30900

Recent Games

DateOPPResultRECTGTSYDSAVGTDLNGFD
Sun 1/19vsTEN
W
35-24
1188.0080
AFC CHAMPIONSHIP
Sun 1/12vsHOU
W
51-31
24199.50131
AFC DIVISIONAL PLAYOFFS
Sun 12/29vsLAC
W
31-21
113030.00301
Sun 12/22@CHI
W
26-3
0000.0000
Sun 12/15vsDEN
W
23-3
121010.00101
Latest News

Fantasy Football

Position Rank
49
% Rostered
17.4
% Change 7 Days
0.2

News: 14 hours agoHardman caught his lone target for an eight-yard gain in Sunday's 35-24 win over Tennessee, adding four kickoff returns for 86 yards, one punt return for seven yards and also drawing a 41-yard pass interference penalty.

Spin: The ticky-tack penalty was arguably Hardman's biggest contribution, converting a third-and-10 with just under four minutes remaining in the game. Although it didn't show up in the box score, Hardman's role on offense expanded from a 17 percent snap share the previous week (a 51-31 win over Houston) to a 40 percent share in Sunday's win over Tennessee. Accordingly, Demarcus Robinson dipped from 58 percent to 37 percent, catching two passes for 31 yards in the process. The exact split will be tough to get a read on ahead of time, but the most likely scenario features some form of split between Hardman and Robinson in the No. 3 receiver role during the Super Bowl.

Data provided by Elias Sports Bureau