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Amon-Ra St. Brown Receives New NFL Label Breakout Star From Insider

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The Detroit Lions have done a good job drafting and developing talent over the past few years, and their work might be best showcased at Amon-Ra St. Brown.

Detroit’s sophomore wideout has taken a big step forward with two big performances this season, one of which was historic, and as a result he’s starting to appear on the radar across the league.

Heavy.com NFL insider Matt Lombardo took a close look Sunday, Sept. 18. What he saw from St. Brown excited him enough to call the wideout the breakout star of the day.

As he wrote, St. Brown’s great performance puts him firmly on the NFL radar as a mainstay.

“St. Brown, whose first name means “sun god,” is a household name in the making. Sunday’s performance was a major step in that direction for the versatile sophomore. Against the Commanders, St. Brown did a little bit of everything, catching 9-of-12 goals at game height for 116 yards with 2 touchdowns and adding 68 rushing yards at game height. St. Brown can do anything and he could be the future of the Lions offense,” Lombardo wrote.

It’s true that St. Brown could be the future of Detroit’s offense. The Lions gave him a chance to showcase his talents in a variety of ways, and he ran with it. The more he can do, the better St. Brown will be at making a name for himself.

St. Brown as a star is already one of the prevailing opinions of former NFL players like Golden Tate, who shared this opinion after Week 2.

This is great news for the Lions. St. Brown becoming a star will give both her roster and resurgent offense a major boost.

It was a big day for St. Brown and he got off to a quick start in the afternoon. Early in the first half, he played strongly for Detroit’s offense, catching a pass to get the team going and put the Lions in the end zone.

Here’s a look at the play:

It wasn’t just that game for St. Brown, however. Later in the fourth quarter, he caught a touchdown to put Detroit’s lead a little further.

In addition to these plays, St. Brown easily blasted for a 58-yard run which was also very impressive.

Overall, this was a definite coming out party for St. Brown to become an NFL star. It’s not hard to see how accurate this analysis of his future could be in terms of accuracy given what he’s capable of doing.

What led to St Brown’s status and what could see him rise even further in the coming weeks? A solid offensive in which he feels very comfortable thanks to the coaching.

After the game, St. Brown was asked by the media about Detroit’s offense and he said he feels comfortable with it given the work of Ben Johnson, the team’s new play caller. He commended Johnson for what he was able to achieve with the team.

“I keep telling everyone, I think he’s one of the best coaches I know. He has this young spirit. He is open to new ideas. He puts us all in the right position to make games. He knows our strengths, he knows our weaknesses. He knows what the quarterback likes. He knows everything. He’s one of the best coaches I know,” said St. Brown. “I love Coach Johnson. When he kind of took over mid-season (2021) I started getting more goals and things started going for me so I commend the coach. I love what he does for us as an insult. He puts us in the right position to make games and we go out there and execute.”

As St. Brown becomes more well-known, it becomes harder to ignore him as a star of the league. Apparently, Johnson and the Lions offense plan to have him exposed to a greater extent in the future.

For those reasons, Lombardo will probably be spot on when it comes to calling St. Brown a breakout star. It will be fascinating to see how far this star can climb in the coming weeks and months.

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“I keep telling everyone, I think he’s one of the best coaches I know. He has this young spirit. He is open to new ideas. He puts us all in the right position to make games. He knows our strengths, he knows our weaknesses. He knows what the quarterback likes. He knows everything. He’s one of the best coaches I know,” said St. Brown. “I love Coach Johnson. When he kind of took over mid-season (2021) I started getting more goals and things started going for me so I commend the coach. I love what he does for us as an insult. He puts us in the right position to make games and we go out there and execute.”



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