Amon-Ra St. Brown has been a dynamo early in his career for the Detroit Lions, and in no way is that more evident than what he was able to do in Week 10.

St. Brown, who was facing off against his brother, needed to have a modest day of work to make a statement about where his career was going. In the end, he ended up shattering that mark.

As ESPN’s Field Yates pointed out, St. Brown needed only seven catches to reach 136 for his career, which would put him inside the top 10 for most catches in his first 25 games in the league.

Today will mark the 25th game of Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown’s career.

With 7 catches, St. Brown would reach 136 for his career, putting him inside the Top 10 of NFL history for most catches in his first 25 games. pic.twitter.com/fCouBVhzHZ

— Field Yates (@FieldYates) November 13, 2022

“Today will mark the 25th game of Lions WR Amon-Ra St. Brown’s career. With 7 catches, St. Brown would reach 136 for his career, putting him inside the Top 10 of NFL history for most catches in his first 25 games,” Yates tweeted before the game.

Instead of seven catches, St. Brown went for 10 and a solid 119 yards on the day. While he did not score, he set the Lions offense up multiple times and looks like an easy force in the game.

St. Brown looks to have one of the brightest futures of any young wideout in the league. Games and stats like this only serve to prove that more in the end, and it’s another historical footnote for the wideout to hang his hat on early in his career.

Dan Campbell: St. Brown Was Motivated for Bears

Perhaps given the presence of his brother on the other side, St. Brown was very excited for the matchup and had a special look in his eye according to his coach.

As Campbell said, not only is the wideout feeling better, but he’s also feeling motivated to make some big plays, and that drove the team to continue to feed him during crunch time.

“Without him speaking, you could tell he wanted the ball”@amonra_stbrown pic.twitter.com/8Nj2P9NWF8

— Detroit Lions (@Lions) November 13, 2022

“You know how we feel about St. Brown, he’s a guy who’s highly productive for us. He’s feeling better too. …read more

Source:: Heavy.com

      

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