CeeDee Lamb’s unprecedented receiving streak lands artifacts at Pro Football Hall of Fame
Over the three-game streak, Lamb produced new career highs in both catches and receiving yards for a single game.
Lamb’s streak began in a Week 8 win over the Los Angeles Rams, when he recorded 12 catches, a career high, for 158 yards and two touchdowns. The fourth-year receiver followed that performance with 11 catches and a career high 191 receiving yards. This marked his third career game with 10 catches and 150 receiving yards (the first coming in Week 9 of the 2022 season — 11 catches for 150 yards against the Green Bay Packers), tying him Pro Football Hall of Famer MICHAEL IRVIN for the most in franchise history.
In Dallas’ Week 10 43-20 victory over the New York Giants, Lamb totaled 11 receptions for 151 yards and two touchdowns, one receiving and one rushing.
There have only been eight other players in NFL history with a two-game streak reaching those receiving marks. Over the past 25 years, there have only been three players to catch at least 10 passes and record 150 receiving yards in two consecutive games: Brandon Marshall (2012), Keenan Allen (2017) and Mike Evans (2019).
Now on display in the Hall’s “Pro Football Today Gallery” are Lamb’s game-worn gloves and towel from Week 10 when he set the record.
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