Usage Notes: Week 11
Titans RB snap percentages for Thursday night: Derrick
Henry (71%), Dontrell
Hilliard (18%), Hassan
(66%) and AJ Dillon
(48%) were the only two running backs to see an offensive snap
for the Packers.
Herbert out, David
Montgomery played on 80% of the snaps while Trestan
Ebner (22%), Khari
Blasingame (16%) and Darrynton
Evans (3%) played a minimal amount for the Bears.
(55%) and Cordarrelle
Patterson (49%) are seeing the bulk of snaps at running
back for the Falcons leaving Caleb
Huntley (4%) out in the cold.
The Panthers couldn’t get anything go on offense against the
Ravens resulting in a limited number of snaps for D’Onta
Foreman (39%), Chuba
Hubbard (40%) and Raheem
With Gus Edwards
out, the Ravens split backfield touches between Kenyan
Drake (51%) and Justice
Per usual, the Browns split their backfield work between Nick
Chubb (55%) and Kareem
Singletary played 72% of the snaps for the Bills with James
Cook (25%) backing him up.
Gibson led the Commanders running backs with a 68% snap
Robinson Jr. only played 34% of the snaps.
played on 77% of the snaps for the Texans while Rex
Burkhead played only 16%.
The Eagles continue to lean on Miles
Sanders (65%) as their main running back. Boston
Scott (19%) saw a slightly higher snap share than Kenneth
Taylor played 75% of the snaps for the Colts. Deon
Jackson played 20% while Zack
Moss played only 4 snaps.
Carter was banged up in this game, playing only 50% of the
snaps which allowed James
Robinson to play 64% of the snaps. Ty
Johnson saw a 29% snap share.
was efficient for the Patriots but only played 24% of the snaps
compared to Rhamondre
Stevenson’s 78% snap share.
The Rams broken running game featured Kyren
Williams (55%) and Cam
Akers (39%) with Darrell
Henderson playing just 4 snaps.
played 70% of the snaps for the Saints. Newly acquired David
Johnson (18%) and Dwayne
Washington (11%) filled the backup role.
Part of the demise of D’Andre
Swift (31%) is the inclusion of Justin
Jackson (37%) into the running back rotation. Jamaal
Williams (48%) scores all of the touchdowns.
A rough day for Saquon
Barkley who played 76% of the snaps. Matt
Breida played 20%.
The Broncos split work between Melvin
Gordon (45%) and Latavius
Murray (50%). Chase
Edmonds played just 3 snaps. Gordon has been released and
Edmonds is dealing with a high ankle sprain meaning we’ll see
a running back added to the roster soon.
continues to be a workhorse playing 80% of the snaps for the
Abdullah (17%) comes in on occasion.
Elliott returned from his knee injury and played just 29%
of the snaps while Tony
Pollard played 54%. Due to this game being a blowout, Malik
Davis played 18%.
(60%) got a bit of rest in this game as the Vikings got wasted
by the Cowboys. Alexander
Mattison (28%) and Kene
Nwangwu (12%) played in garbage time.
(21%) left this game with a concussion which allowed Samaje
Perine (70%) to put up a monster performance (11-30-0, 4-52-3).
left early with a hamstring injury which allowed Najee
Harris to play 92% of the snaps.
Edwards-Helaire (8%) injured his ankle which left running
back duties to Isiah
Pacheco (40%) and Jerick
played 69% of the snaps with Isaiah
Spiller (25%) being the next man in. Sony
Michel (8%) barely played.
Arizona used just two running backs this week. James Conner
played 78% of the snaps while Keaontay Ingram played 25%.
The 49ers added Jordan Mason (12%) to the running back mix
this week to go along with Christian McCaffrey (66%) and Elijah Mitchell (22%). In closer games, Mason won’t see the
(76%) and Nick
Westbrook-Ikhine (79%) are still playing the majority of
snaps for the Titans while rookie Treylon
Burks (50%) is third in the pecking order.
Watson moved into the starting lineup in Week 11 playing
80% of the snaps. Allen
Lazard (92%), Randall
Cobb (56%), Sammy
Watkins (36%) and Samori
Toure (7%) were also on the field.
(42%) saw a bump in snaps this week for the Bears but is still
well behind Darnell
Mooney (81%) and Equanimeous
St. Brown (73%). Dante
Pettis (26%), Byron
Pringle (20%) and Velus
Jones Jr. (12%) also saw some action.
(76%) and Olamide
Zaccheaus (76%) continue to get the most playing time for
the Falcons but aren’t fantasy viable given the low volume of
passing in Atlanta.
The Panthers played four WRs against the Ravens: D.J.
Moore (98%), Terrace
Marshall Jr. (93%), Shi
Smith (60%) and Laviska
(84%) and Demarcus
Robinson (78%) played the majority of snaps for the Ravens.
(25%) was operating as the third receiver.
(64%) is still running as the third receiver for the Browns
Cooper (84%) and Donovan
Davis (88%), Stefon
Diggs (66%) and Isaiah
McKenzie (40%) were the top three receivers for the Bills.
played 25% of the snaps.
The top four wide receivers for Washington included: Terry
McLaurin (72%), Curtis
Samuel (60%), Jahan
Dotson (66%) and Cam
(59%) was operating as the third receiver for the Texans this
week behind Brandin
Cooks (80%) and Nico
Collins (86%). Phillip
Dorsett played on 25% of the snaps.
The Eagles played four receivers: A.J.
Brown (88%), DeVonta
Smith (94%), Quez
Watkins (53%) and Zach
The Colts top three receivers are cemented in their roles.
Pittman Jr. (99%), Parris
Campbell (80%) and Alec
Wilson played every snap for the Jets. Denzel
Mims (90%) was the second wide receiver while Elijah
Moore played 54% of the snaps.
Agholor saw a boost this week playing 59% of the snaps for
the Patriots. Jakobi
Meyers (95%) is the only reliable receiver option. The rotation
also included DeVante
Parker (40%), Kendrick
Bourne (38%) and Tyquan
Kupp out, the Rams played Allen
Robinson (83%), Ben
Skowronek (84%) and Van
Jefferson (73%) as the top three receivers. Brandon
Powell (31%) and Tutu
Atwell played 11% played in backup roles.
The Saints spread out their wide receiver snaps to Chris
Olave (49%), Jarvis
Landry (56%), Rashid
Shaheed (49%), Marquez
Callaway (37%) and Tre'Quan
returned from his ankle injury to play just 16% of the snaps.
St. Brown played 90% and Kalif
Raymond played 85%.
Robinson (72%) tore his ACL in this game. Expect Richie
James (22%) to man the slot moving forward. Darius
Slayton saw the highest snap percentage with Isaiah
Hodgins (59%) and Kenny
Golladay (43%) next in line.
Jeudy out, Kendall
Hinton assumed the No.2 role playing 88% of the snaps. Courtland
Sutton played 92% with Brandon
Johnson (34%), Jalen
Virgil (11%) and Montrell
Washington (9%) filling the back roles.
The Raiders played three wide receivers: Davante
Adams (99%), Mack
Hollins (100%) and Keelan
The top three receivers for the Bengals were Tee
Higgins (79%), Trenton
Irwin (70%) and Tyler
Snap shares for the Steelers wide receivers: Diontae
Johnson (96%), George
Pickens (86%), Steven
Sims and Gunner
No JuJu and no Mecole
Hardman for the Chiefs. Kadarius
Toney (22%) injured his hamstring but wasn’t seeing a big
snap share early in the game. Marquez
Valdes-Scantling (71%), Justin
Watson (88%) and Skyy
Moore (42%) were the top three receivers.
For the Chargers, Mike
Williams (9%) re-injured his ankle. Keenan
Allen made it through the whole game playing 67% of the
Palmer (92%) and DeAndre
Carter (82%) played a significant amount.
Rondale Moore (3%) was injured very early in the game and never
returned. That allowed Greg Dortch to play 93% of the snaps.
Dortch will be fantasy viable if Moore misses time. DeAndre Hopkins (69%), A.J. Green (78%) and Robbie Anderson (47%) rounded
out the wide receiver rotation.
The 49ers trotted out five receivers: Deebo Samuel (59%),
Brandon Aiyuk (79%), Jauan Jennings (38%), Danny Gray (17%)
and Ray-Ray McCloud (14%).
The Titans are rotating three tight ends: Austin
Hooper (46%), Geoff
Swaim (71%) and Chigoziem
Not to be outdone, the Packers are rotating four tight ends:
Lewis (26%), Josiah
Deguara (26%) and Tyler
played 91% of the snaps for the Bears.
(44%) left early with a knee injury (MCL) which allowed MyCole
Pruitt to play on 56% of the snaps.
The Panthers rotated three tight ends in Week 11: Ian
Thomas (54%), Tommy
Tremble (37%) and Stephen
(93%) was back and playing his usual number of snaps. Josh
Oliver (33%) and Isaiah
Likely (32%) were part of the rotation.
was limited in his first game back after a sprained ankle. As
a result, he only played 37% of the snaps while Harrison
Bryant played 73%.
played 80% of the snaps for the Bills. Quintin
Morris played 42%.
Washington played three tight ends this week: Logan
Thomas (68%), John
Bates (52%) and Cole
The Texans also played three tight ends: Teagan
Quitoriano (66%), Jordan
Akins (46%) and O.J.
Goedert out, the Eagle played Jack
Stoll (81%), Grant
Calcaterra (28%) and Tyree
Woods out, the Colts still used three tight ends. Mo
Alie-Cox (62%), Kylen
Granson (39%) and Nikola Kalinic (26%).
played 84% of the snaps for the Patriots with Jonnu
Smith playing 54%.
played 92% of the snaps for the Rams.
(63%) has a nose for the endzone but isn’t playing as many snaps
as Adam Trautman
Hill played 42% of the snaps in his swiss-army-knife role.
The Lions used three tight ends this week: Brock
Wright (75%), James
Mitchell (22%) and Shane
Cager (74%) was the Giants main tight end against the Lions.
played just 16% of the snaps.
played 83% of the snaps for Denver as the main pass-catching
played every snap for the Raiders.
played 77% of the snaps for the Vikings.
The Bengals used three tight ends this week: Hayden
Hurst (65%), Mitchell
Wilcox (36%) and Devin
played 71% of the snaps for Pittsburgh while Zach
Gentry played a healthy 41%.
The Chiefs bumped up Jody
Fortson’s snaps a bit (28%), likely with all the wide receiver
Kelce played 79% of the snaps while Noah
Gray played 60%.
Everett out, the Chargers played Tre’McKitty
Rodgers (32%) and Stone
Rookie Trey McBride played 76% of the snaps for Arizona. Maxx Williams (18%) and Stephen Anderson (14%) also got on the field.
With the game well in hand, San Francisco played multiple
tight ends including George Kittle (74%), Tyler Kroft (47%),
Charlie Woerner (19%) and Ross Dwelley (7%).
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