|11||@Browns||L 7 - 21||2||21||10.5||16||0|
|10||Rams||W 17 - 12||3||44||14.7||20||0|
|9||Colts||W 26 - 24||3||16||5.3||12||0|
|8||Dolphins||W 27 - 14||5||103||20.6||34||1|
|6||@Chargers||W 24 - 17||1||7||7||7||0|
|5||Ravens||L 23 - 26||7||75||10.7||35||1||1||1|
|4||Bengals||W 27 - 3||3||15||5||9||0|
|3||@49ers||L 20 - 24||3||81||27||76||1|
|2||Seahawks||L 26 - 28||5||84||16.8||45||0|
|1||@Patriots||L 3 - 33||6||78||13||26||0|
WR TE Career
In 2018, saw action in all 16 games with 13 starts…set single-season highs with 1,426 receiving yards (fifth-most by a Steeler in a single season), the first 1,000-receiving yard season of his NFL career, 1,439 scrimmage yards and 111 catches (fourth-most by a Steeler in a single season) in 2018…added seven touchdown reception…totaled at least 100 receiving yards in eight games in 2018, and in consecutive games (Nov. 18 – Nov. 25), which tied as the second-most by a Steeler in a single-season with Antonio Brown (2014 and 2017). (Record: Antonio Brown, 2015: 9)…tallied four games with at least 10 catches and 11 games with at least five catches in 2018.
In 2017, became the fourth Steelers rookie with at least seven touchdown catches in their first season and the sixth rookie in Steelers history with at least eight total touchdowns in their first season…became the second rookie in Steelers history to record at least 95 receiving yards in back-to-back games, joining Jimmy Orr (1958: four games)…became the first rookie in franchise history to record a kickoff return for a touchdown (96 yards) and a touchdown catch (20 yards) in the same game (Dec. 31, 2017 vs. Cleveland)…posted three 100-receiving yard games during his 2017 rookie season...is the second rookie in Steelers history to record at least 50 catches in their first NFL season, joining Troy Edwards (1999: 61)…is the fifth rookie in Steelers history with at least seven touchdown catches in their first season...is the seventh rookie in team history to post a touchdown catch in a playoff game and first since a 2014 AFC Wild Card game (Martavis Bryant, Jan. 3, 2015 vs. Baltimore).
Voted Team MVP and was selected as a Pro Bowl alternate in 2018.
Drafted by the Steelers in the second round (62nd overall) of the 2017 NFL Draft.