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Jan 7, 2024 2 22 17 0 2
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 21, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Skowronek started 11 games last year and played at least 60% of the offensive snaps in 11 of 15 games. That may make him the most likely Rams receiver not named Cooper Kupp to start in 2023. But that distinction does not do much for his Fantasy value. Shockingly, he only scored more than 11 PPR Fantasy points once in the nine games that he played at least 80% of the snaps. His 0.92 yards per route run was one of the worst marks in the league, even trailing Allen Robinson. So, despite the fact that Skowronek looks likely to start, we wouldn't want him anywhere near our Fantasy rosters until he shows some ability to turn playing time into Fantasy points.

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2023 8 66 8.25 1 9 4.50 130.8
2022 39 376 9.64 17 17.00 402.9
2021 11 133 12.09 0.00 110.8
3y Avg. 25 254 10.16 8 0.00 171.2
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Diminished role in 2023

    Skowronek recorded eight catches for 66 yards and a touchdown and rushed twice for nine yards during the 2023 regular season. Skowronek's third year on the Rams was mostly spent as a special-teams mainstay, as Puka Nacua, Cooper Kupp and Demarcus Robinson emerged as the leading targets for Matthew Stafford at wideout, with Tutu Atwell and Van Jefferson (before being traded to Atlanta) making up the second tier. Skowronek has one year left on his rookie contract, and he'll likely continue his role as a gadget player capable of lining up in a variety of roles -- including fullback -- on offense and as a trusted special-teams performer. However, neither role is likely to translate to much from a fantasy perspective.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Good to go versus Washington

    Skowronek (ankle/back) has no injury designation ahead of Sunday's contest against the Commanders, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Skowronek was able to finish the week as a full participant in Friday's practice and is set to play Sunday. He played 29 of his 34 snaps on special teams in Week 14 against the Ravens and has six catches for 44 yards and a touchdown over 13 games this season.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Limited participant again

    Skowronek (ankle/back) was a limited participant in practice Thursday for the second consecutive day, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. The depth wide receiver appears on track to play Sunday against the Commanders. Skowronek has six catches for 44 yards and a touchdown this season.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Limited for Wednesday's jog-through

    Skowronek (ankle/back) was listed as a limited participant Wednesday on the Rams' estimated practice report. Rams head coach Sean McVay said Monday that Skowronek could be held out of the first practice session of the week due to ankle and back issues, so his status as an estimated limited participant Wednesday is a promising sign heading into Week 15. However, the team held a "jog-through" Wednesday, thus Thursday's practice report may provide more insight into the wide receiver's health. Fantasy managers probably aren't keeping much of an eye on Skowronek's status for Sunday against Washington since he's tallied only six catches on 10 targets for 44 yards and one touchdown over 13 games this season.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Could miss practice

    Head coach Sean McVay told reporters Monday that Skowronek has "ankle and some back issues" that could keep him out of Wednesday's practice, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. Skowronek played 34 snaps on Sunday -- five on offense and 29 on special teams -- and did not record any stats. His practice participation after Wednesday will provide a better indication as to his availability for Week 15 against the Commanders. Skowronek has six catches on 10 targets for 44 yards and a touchdown in 13 games this season.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Will play Sunday

    Skowronek (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. Skowronek was a limited participant in practice all week after sustaining a hip pointer injury in Week 11 against the Seahawks. He's contributed mostly on special teams this season and has three catches for 33 yards and a touchdown in 10 games.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Dealing with hip pointer

    Coach Sean McVay said Skowronek "got a hip pointer" during Sunday's win over the Seahawks, Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site reports. The wide receiver played on nine offensive snaps but was not targeted Sunday. Skowronek has three catches for 33 yards and a touchdown in 2023.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Scores TD on lone catch

    Skowronek caught his only target for a 20-yard touchdown during Sunday's 43-20 loss to the Cowboys. Despite playing just five snaps on offense in the blowout loss to the Cowboys, Skowronek was able to haul in his first NFL receiving touchdown after breaking free through the middle of the Cowboys' secondary. The catch was just Skowronek's third on the year, and despite the score, he's still just a depth piece behind Cooper Kupp, Puka Nacua and Tutu Atwell while making his impact felt primarily on special teams this season.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Questionable to play vs. Steelers

    Skowronek (Achilles) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus Pittsburgh. Skowronek was able to play through his Achilles injury in Week 6 versus the Cardinals, so he should be considered to be on the "probable" end of the questionable designation for Week 7. If he ends up as a scratch though, Demarcus Robinson could take his place Sunday.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Ready to go

    Skowronek (Achilles) is absent from the Rams' final injury report ahead of Sunday's contest with the Cardinals, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Skowronek practiced in full Friday after back-to-back limited sessions to kick off the week. As a result, look for him to take on his usual role providing depth at receiver while primarily contributing on special teams.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Available in Week 4

    Skowronek (Achilles) is active for Sunday's game in Indianapolis, Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times reports. Prior to this contest, Skowronek was contained to just one limited practice Friday due to an Achilles injury. Still, he'll gut it out Week 4 while operating as a depth wide receiver for the Rams behind Puka Nacua, Tutu Atwell and Van Jefferson. Through three outings, Skowronek has gathered in two of four targets for 13 yards.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Misses practice Thursday

    Skowronek (Achilles) did not practice for the second straight day Thursday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. The wide receiver emerged from Monday night's loss to the Bengals with the injury. Skowronek caught one pass for three yards in the Week 3 defeat. The third-year pro has zero starts and four targets through three games.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Skowronek (Achilles) missed practice Wednesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Skowronek is dealing with an Achilles injury seemingly suffered during Monday's loss to the Bengals. If the 26-year-old ends up missing time, Demarcus Robinson will likely be in line for more snaps.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Nearly invisible in loss

    Skowronek brought in his only target for three yards during Monday's 19-16 loss to the Bengals. Skowronek found his only reception of the game at the start of the third quarter and was on the field for just 12 snaps through the entire game. While "Skow" is on top of the pecking order behind the starting trio of Puka Nacua, Tutu Atwell and Van Jefferson, that role hasn't led to much of an impact in the stat column through three weeks.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Could see additional work

    Skowronek could have an expanded role in the Rams offense while fellow wideout Cooper Kupp (hamstring) is sidelined for at least Sunday's season opener in Seattle, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Atlantic reports. Skowronek's familiarity with all of the Rams' receiver positions was a key factor in him sticking around with the club for a third season. With two young wideouts in Tutu Atwell and rookie Puka Nacua stepping in behind Van Jefferson, Skowronek could be called upon to spell any of the three players and function in a variety of roles beyond special teams while Kupp is out.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: May not play much on offense

    Skowronek may get most of his playing time on special teams this season, according to Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic. Skowronek has been with the team for a few years and knows all the receiver positions in Sean McVay's offense, but the Rams prefer to keep him as a depth guy and get more speed/playmaking in the starting lineup. Cooper Kupp's lingering hamstring injury offers a path for Skowronek to play more on offense, though even then he might be just the fourth receiver behind Van Jefferson, Tutu Atwell and Puka Nacua.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Secures two grabs in loss

    Skowronek secured both of his targets for 25 yards during Saturday's 34-17 preseason loss to the Raiders. The veteran was on the field for only 17 snaps on offense but made a nice 18-yard grab in the second quarter as part of an eight-play drive that led to a Tanner Brown field goal. Skowronek has seemingly fallen down the depth chart, as both Puka Nacua and Tutu Atwell were held out Saturday, a sign that the Rams are protecting the duo for significant roles in the regular season. The third-year wideout will be competing with Tyler Johnson, Demarcus Robinson, and Lance McCutcheon for one of the final few wide receiver spots on the Rams' 53-man roster.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Returns with pair of catches

    Skowronek (back) caught two of three targets for seven yards during Saturday's 34-17 preseason loss to the Chargers. The third-year Rams wideout suffered a few health concerns during the preseason with both back and foot injuries, but he was able to play nearly half of the team's offensive snaps and showed no signs of rust in snaring a pair of passes in the contest. Skowronek's do-it-all role for the Rams appears to be intact, but with Puka Nacua impressing early and often during both training camp and Saturday's contest (3-32-1 on five targets) and Tutu Atwell also seemingly looking at an expanded role, how often the Rams utilize the versatile trio of receivers immediately behind starters Cooper Kupp and Van Jefferson will be something to keep an eye on through the rest of the preseason.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Back at practice Thursday

    Skowronek (back) returned to practice Thursday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Skowronek has been banged up from the offseason program and into training camp, first dealing with a foot issue during mandatory minicamp in June before missing practice Tuesday due to a sore back. It's unclear how much activity he'll be able to handle Thursday, but the Rams may ease him back in with the regular season more than a month away.
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  • Rams' Ben Skowronek: Nets just three yards

    Skowronek caught one of three targets for three yards during Monday's 24-12 loss to the Packers. Fantasy managers hoping for another standout performance from Skowronek after he erupted for a 7-89-0 line in Week 14 were greeted with a floor game fromthe second-year wideout, his second-worst performance of the season after a zero-catch day against the Buccaneers in Week 9. Baker Mayfield was under duress all night, taking a total of five sacks and throwing a bad pick that was targeted to Skowronek, and the chemistry the duo showed against the Raiders evaporated against a stout Green Bay defense. Mayfield faces an even more imposing defense in Week 16 when Denver comes to town, which makes gambling on Skowronek to bounce back a tall order.
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