Chase Claypool 2022 - 2023 Post Game Stats & Recaps

September 15, 2022

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Welcome to Chase Claypool's post game stats & recaps, where we'll be following the wide receiver's production throughout the season. Check back every week for updates on Chase Claypool's post game stats!

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Week 18:

Statline: 2 REC, 29 REC YARDS

Chase Claypool capped off what could be considered a disappointing 2022-2023 season with only 29 receiving yards with a Bears team that just could never figure it out when throwing the football. The Chicago Bears enter the offseason with the #1 pick in the NFL draft and a ton of cap space, which ultimately bodes well for their future. Chase Claypool will look to have a bounce back year in the 2023-2024 season and hopefully will become the WR1 that the Bears traded for. 

Week 17:

Statline: 1 TAR, 0 REC, 0 YARDS

In a game where the Detroit Lions defense surprisingly pressured the quarterback consistently, Chase Claypool and QB Justin Fields were unable to establish a connection to produce any type of offense for the Bears. No other Bears receivers had more than 20 yards in this game. While Claypool has shown his potential as a potential big play threat for the Chicago Bears, it seems that there’s a lot more work to be done for the Bears as a whole to field a competent lineup for the 2023-2024 season.

Week 16:

Statline: DNP/Injured

Week 15:

Statline: DNP/Injured

Week 14:

Statline: BYE WEEK

Week 13:

Statline: 5 REC, 28 REC YARDS

Wide receiver Chase Claypool and the Chicago Bears seemingly can’t buy a win these days as they lost their sixth consecutive game Sunday afternoon to the Green Bay Packers 28-19. Bears’ quarterback Justin Fields couldn't get anything going against a stingy Packers defense he tossed two interceptions without a touchdown pass. He did try finding Claypool six times on the day, completing five targets for him. Claypool would pull in 28 yards receiving. In five games with Chicago, Claypool has 12 receptions for 111 yards.

Week 12:

Statline: 2 REC, 51 REC YARDS

Chase Claypool’s Chicago Bears lost to the New York Jets on Sunday 31-10. The loss makes the Bears 1-6 on the road and brings their record to 3-9 on the season. For his part, Claypool had his best day since being traded to the Bears from the Pittsburgh Steelers as he notched 51 yards on two receptions and three targets. Considering the inconsistency at quarterback Sunday afternoon, Claypool was still the only Bears receiver to amass at least 50 yards receiving on the day.

Week 11:

Statline: 2 REC, 11 REC YARDS

The Chicago Bears and Chase Claypool couldn’t string together two wins in a row as they fell on the road in Georgia to the Atlanta Falcons, 27-24. With Bears’ quarterback Justin Fields dominating Chicago’s offense both through the air and on the ground, Claypool struggled to get much attention as Fields looked his way three times for two completions but only 11 yards. The Bears also don’t appear to be thinking of Claypool as a backfield option as he didn’t have any carries on the day either. So far with Chicago, Claypool only has five receptions on 11 targets for 32 yards.

Week 10:

Statline: 1 REC, 8 REC YARDS

Chase Claypool spent his entire three-and-a-half-year NFL career in Pittsburgh as the Steelers drafted him 49th overall in the 2018 NFL Draft. That ended two weeks ago when they traded him to the Chicago Bears where he suited up for his second game with them Sunday afternoon. Although the teams combined for 61 points, the Bears quarterback accounted for the majority of Chicago’s offense as he only threw for a total of 167 yards and two TDs, both of which went to tight end Cole Kemet. Claypool only had two targets and one catch for eight yards. The Bears and Claypool will look to bounce back next week against the Falcons.

Week 9:

Statline: 2 REC, 13 REC YARDS, 1 CAR, 4 RUSH YARDS

The Chicago Bears newly acquired wide receiver Chase Claypool showcased some of the versatility he brings to his new team in a close 35-32 loss to the Miami Dolphins this week. A brutal missed pass interference call ultimately cost the Bears great field position for a scoring opportunity, however Claypool was targeted 6 times (tied for 2nd on the team) and showed that the Chicago Bears were intent on having Chase Claypool heavily involved in a new look offense that has Quarterback Justin Fields thriving. Chase Claypool will look to continue making an impact for the Chicago Bears against the Detroit Lions in week 10. 

Week 8:


Chase Claypool and his Pittsburgh Steelers teammates matched up with the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles, losing on the road 35-13. Claypool did his best with a rookie quarterback at the helm as he managed to grab four catches on six targets. On the bright side, Claypool threw a one-yard TD pass to fullback Derek Watt for the Steelers’ only TD of the game. Next week Claypool and the team will get a much-needed bye to figure out how to get out of their 2-6 hole.

Week 7:

Statline: 5 REC, 41 REC YARDS

Chris Claypool played a solid game in the Pittsburgh Steelers' 16-10 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday night. Despite inconsistent play from the Steelers offense, Claypool managed to pull in five catches for 41 yards on eight targets. Steelers QBs combined for 3 interceptions in this game, struggling against a stout Miami Dolphins defense. Next week the Steelers travel to Philadelphia to take on the undefeated Eagles.

Week 6:

Statline: 7 REC, 96 REC YARDS, 1 RUSH, 8 RUSH YARDS, 1 REC TD

Wide receiver Chase Claypool helped the Pittsburgh Steelers to a huge upset over the visiting Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday afternoon, winning a nailbiter at Heinz Field, 20-18. After having his best statistical game last week, Claypool nearly doubled his performance from Week 5 with 96 yards receiving on seven receptions and seven targets. He also got the go-ahead score with a six-yard touchdown reception from backup quarterback Mitch Trubisky to put the Steelers up 20-12 with just under 10 minutes to go in the fourth quarter. With Claypool beginning to heat up this season, he gets to play the eighth-worst passing defense in the NFL next Sunday night when the Steelers face the Miami Dolphins in South Florida.

Week 5:

Statline: 5 REC, 50 REC YARDS

In Chase Claypool’s best game of the season statistically, the Steelers wideout hauled in five receptions for 50 yards on nine targets. With rookie quarterback Kenny Pickett at the helm for Pittsburgh, there have been more opportunities for the Steelers wide receivers to make plays through the air. This hopefully bodes well for Chase Claypool and the other Steelers wide receivers as they continue through this season. Claypool will have to do all he can next week when the Steelers host a vicious Tampa Bay defense. 

Week 4:

Statline: 0 REC, 0 YARDS

In a game that the Pittsburgh Steelers had in their possession until the fourth quarter, it ended in a 24-20 loss to the New York Jets. Quarterbacks Mitch Trubisky and Kenny Pickett combined to throw four interceptions in a 24-20 loss to the New York Jets. Chase Claypool’s targets appear to be decreasing with the spotty quarterback play doing him no favors. With the 1-3 Steelers losing three in a row, Claypool and the offense will really have to step it up in Week 5 when they’ll head to upstate New York to take on the 3-1 Buffalo Bills.

Week 3:

Statline: 3 REC, 35 REC YARDS, 1 CAR, 11 RUSH YARDS

Chase Claypool was targeted six times and was able to haul in three receptions for 35 yards. His 11-yard run also helped Pittsburgh get into the red zone where they would score their second touchdown three plays later. Claypool will be facing the 25th-worst defense in the NFL next weekend against the New York Jets.

Week 2: 

Statline: 4 REC, 26 YARDS

Chase Claypool, despite only six targets, hauled in four catches for 26 yards, with one first down on an 11-yard reception. Claypool gets to face a Cleveland Browns secondary next week that just gave up 324 receiving to the New York Jets.

Week 1:

Statline: 6 TGTS, 4 REC, 18 YARDS, 6 ATT, 36 YDS

Chase Claypool was a significant factor in the Steelers’ win as he led the team in rushing. Claypool would carry the ball six times for 36 yards and another 18 yards on four receptions. Most important was his 19 all-purpose yards on the Steelers' only offensive touchdown drive of the game in the second quarter. 

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