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It stands for "Receiving Target". Basically how many times the ball was thrown to them. So it goes together with Receptions. It's like Attempts/Completions for a QB, they just break it into 2 columns for receivers.

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Tar is short for target.. I.e. roddy white had 100 receptions on 181 targets (TAR) in 2011-12

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