Usage Notes: Week 13
The Bills got a few extra snaps for Khalil
Shakir (21%) on Thursday and added John
Brown (16%) to the mix. Stefon
Diggs (73%), Gabriel
Davis (81%) and Isaiah
McKenzie (52%) played the most.
New England used five receivers on Thursday night: DeVante
Parker (87%), Jakobi
Meyers (57%), Nelson
Agholor (56%), Tyquan
Thornton (39%) and Kendrick
saw double-digit targets (12) for the second time this season
finishing with a 6-95-0 line. He played 87% of the snaps alongside
Zaccheaus (87%). Damiere
Byrd (35%) was working as the No.3 receiver.
(38%) returned for the Broncos but was limited. Courtland
Sutton (43%) left early with a hamstring injury. Kendall
Hinton (77%), Brandon
Johnson (47%) and Montrell
Washington (15%) were filling in the gaps.
(35%) continues to play a limited role for the Ravens behind
(94%) and Demarcus
Robinson (76%). James
Proche played 18% of the snaps.
Watson (92%) and Allen
Lazard (94%) are the clear starters at receiver for Green
Bay with Randall
Cobb (50%) operating as the third receiver. Watson has 8
TDs in the last four weeks.
(64%) played his normal number of snaps for the Bears despite
being out. Dante
Pettis (65%), Equanimeous
St. Brown (58%), Byron
Pringle (39%), Velus
Jones Jr. (23%) and N'Keal
Harry (10%) were all in the mix.
(87%) and Tyler
Lockett (88%) are dominating snap share for the Seahawks.
(100%) and Ben
Skowronek (97%) were basically every-down players for the
Rams. Tutu Atwell
(47%) and Brandon
Powell (41%) were also in the mix.
The Jaguars WR rotation remained steady with Christian
Kirk (86%), Zay
Jones (82%) and Marvin
Jones (68%) leading the way.
The top three receivers for Detroit were Amon-Ra
St. Brown (87%), D.J.
Chark (84%) and Josh
Reynolds (79%). Jameson
Williams played just 11% of the snaps.
(81%) and Donovan
Peoples-Jones (95%) once again dominated snaps for the Browns.
Cooks out, the Texans used four wide receivers including
Dorsett (71%), Chris
Moore (55%) and Amari
Wilson (92%), Corey
Davis (81%) and Elijah
Moore (68%) are working as the top three receivers for the
The top three receivers for Washington included Terry
McLaurin (91%), Jahan
Dotson (79%) and Curtis
The Giants top three receivers included Darius
Slayton (92%), Isaiah
Hodgins (80%) and Richie
James (52%). Kenny
Golladay was inactive.
Burks (18%) left early with a concussion. Robert
Woods (93%) and Nick
Westbrook-Ikhine (95%) played the majority of snaps.
(51%) left early with a shoulder injury. A.J.
Brown (82%) and DeVonta
Smith (86%) played the majority of snaps for the Eagles.
(38%) was fourth in the rotation.
was bothered by a leg injury but did play on 52% of the snaps.
Sherfield (65%), River
Cracraft (44%) and Cedrick
Wilson (20%) were also in the mix.
The 49ers used Deebo
Samuel (82%), Brandon
Aiyuk (95%), and Jauan
Jennings (26%) at receiver.
Smith-Schuster led the Chiefs with a 76% snap share. Justin
Watson (62%), Marquez
Valdes-Scantling (56%) and Skyy
Moore (42%) were also in the mix.
In his first game back from a hip injury, JaíMarr
Chase played 82% of the snaps. Tee
Higgins (93%) and Tyler
Boyd (86%) were in the usual roles.
Rinse and repeat for the Chargers at wide receiver. Keenan
Allen (96%), Josh
Palmer (93%) and DeAndre
Adams (97%), Mack
Hollins (98%) and Keelan
Cole (57%) continue to be the tight receiver rotation for
The Colts used their typical wide receiver rotation of Michael
Pittman Jr. (93%), Parris
Campbell (78%), Alec
Pierce (71%) and Ashton
The top three receivers for Dallas are set: CeeDee
Lamb (75%), Michael
Gallup (69%) and Noah
The Bucs used five WRs on Monday night. Chris Godwin (86%),
Mike Evans (84%), Julio Jones (65%), Russell Gage (33%) and
Scotty Miller (19%).
The Saints used six wide receivers Monday night. Chris Olave
(70%), Rashid Shaheed (61%), Jarvis Landry (54%), Tre'Quan Smith (19%), Marquez Callaway (19%) and Kirk Merritt (19%).
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