George Kittle vs Mike Gesicki Stats

George Kittle Career Mike Gesicki
57 Games Played 52
397 Targets 240
283 Receptions 148
71.3% Catch Percentage 61.7%
3,806 Receiving Yards 1,702
13.4 Yards Per Reception 11.5
14 Touchdowns 12
179 1st Downs 83
85 Longest Catch 70
9.6 Yards Per Target 7.1
5.0 Receptions Per Game 2.8
66.8 Receiving Yards Per Game 32.7

Kittle (14 receiving TD’s) has an average of 66.8 yards per contest receiving and he averages 5.0 catches per game in his career. His longest catch of his career went for 85 yds and he’s been able to catch 71.3% of the passes thrown to him. He has caught 283 passes thrown his way which means he averages 13.4 yards per reception. Kittle has totaled 3,806 receiving yards in 57 games for his career.

Mike Gesicki has played in 52 games for his career. His catch percentage is 61.7% and he has that by hauling in 148 out of the 240 throws that went in his direction. He has earned 1,702 yards and has an average of 11.5 yards per reception. Up to now in his career, Gesicki is sitting with 12 touchdowns and has a long reception of 70 yards. His catches per game and yards per contest average are 2.8 and 32.7 yards.

George Kittle (2021) Most Recent Season Mike Gesicki (2021)
4 Games Played 5
28 Targets 34
19 Receptions 22
67.9% Catch Percentage 64.7%
227 Receiving Yards 227
11.9 Yards Per Reception 10.3
0 Touchdowns 1
10 1st Downs 13
39 Longest Catch 27
8.1 Yards Per Target 6.7
4.8 Receptions Per Game 4.4
56.8 Receiving Yards Per Game 45.4

Kittle has accounted for 227 receiving yards for the season. His catches per contest and yards per contest average are 4.8 and 56.8 yards. As we sit, Kittle has 0 receiving touchdowns and his long reception of the season is 39 yds. He has earned a total of 227 yards for this season and has an average of 11.9 yards per reception. His caught pass percentage sits at 67.9% and he earned that by pulling in 19 of the 28 throws that went his way. Kittle has stepped onto the gridiron in 4 games this season.

Gesicki has racked up 227 yards through the air in his 5 contests this year. He has hauled in 22 balls which means he averages 10.3 yards per reception. His longest catch this year went for 27 yards and he has been able to catch 64.7% of the passes thrown to him. Mike Gesicki (1 TD) has compiled an average of 45.4 yards per game receiving and he has 4.4 catches per contest. Gesicki has accounted for 227 receiving yds.