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Olamide Zaccheaus

WR

#17

Experience: 4 years

Height: 5-8

Age: 24

Weight: 193 lbs

College: Virginia

2021 SEASON

  • REC
    31
  • YDS
    406
  • AVG
    13.1
  • TDS
    3
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WKOPPRESULTRECYDSAVGLNGTDATTYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
18SaintsL 20 - 3034715.7280
17@BillsL 15 - 2928480
16LionsW 20 - 1623216170
15@49ersL 13 - 3125326.5490
14@PanthersW 29 - 21
13BuccaneersL 17 - 3034414.730012220
12@JaguarsW 21 - 1415550
11PatriotsL 0 - 253237.790
10@CowboysL 3 - 4322211130
9@SaintsW 27 - 2535819.3492
8PanthersL 13 - 1911212120
7@DolphinsW 30 - 2811313130
5JetsW 27 - 2022010150
4Football TeamL 30 - 3411515150
3@GiantsW 17 - 1433210.7141
2@BuccaneersL 25 - 4822211120
1EaglesL 6 - 32

Career Stats

WRTE Career

SEASONTEAMGGSRECYDSAVGLNGTDATTYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
2019Atlanta Falcons100311538.393100
2020Atlanta Falcons1122027413.751110000
2021Atlanta Falcons1783140613.149312220
TOTAL38105479521.79352212000

Biography

CAREER

  • Has appeared in 21 games in two seasons, producing 23 receptions for 389 yards (16.9 avg.) and two touchdowns.
  • Recorded a career-high 20 receptions for 274 yards (13.7 avg.) and one touchdown in 11 games with two starts in 2020 before being placed on the Reserve/Injured list.
  • Appeared in 10 games with three catches for 115 yards, including one receiving touchdown, and recovered a fumble in the end zone for a touchdown as a rookie in 2019.
  • Recorded his first NFL catch during Week 14 against the Carolina Panthers. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, his 93-yard touchdown catch is the longest first-career reception in NFL history. It is the third-longest reception in Falcons' history behind a 98-yard reception by Michael Haynes (1993) and a 94-yard catch by Jamal Anderson (2001).
  • In Week 16 with two seconds left in the game, the Falcons kicked off and the 49ers fumbled on a lateral pass that led to Olamide Zaccheaus recovering the ball in the end zone for a touchdown. The last fumble recovery for a touchdown on a kickoff in franchise history occurred on Nov. 13, 1994 (Eric Jack).
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