Usage Notes: Week 14
Same story different week for the Raiders at wide receiver.
(97%) and Mack
Hollins (97%) are basically playing all the snaps. Keelen
Cole played 48% while D.J.
Turner saw 4 snaps on offense.
The Rams used Van
Jefferson (97%) and Ben
Skowronek (100%) on almost every play and also mixed in
Powell (22%) and Austin
Davis (92%) was once again playing the most snaps for the
Bills with Stefon
Diggs (78%) and Isaiah
McKenzie (64%) locked into three-wide receiver sets. Khalil
Shakir (20%) and John
Brown (5%) were backups.
(12%) left this game early with a concussion which allowed more
playing time for Denzel
Mims (69%). Garrett
Wilson (97%) and Elijah
Moore (82%) were the others starters in three wide receiver
Berrios played 23% of the snaps.
came into the game a little banged up but still played 86% of
the snaps. Donovan
Peoples-Jones played every snap with David
Bell playing 68%. Rookie Michael
Woods played 21%.
injured his finger early in the game and only played 2 snaps.
was left off the injury report despite being limited in practice
earlier in the week with a hamstring injury. HC Zac Taylor decided
to play him for one snap. Ja’Marr
Chase (94%), Trent
Taylor (78%) and Trenton
Irwin (84%) played the most.
In his first game back from a foot injury, James
Washington played 16% of the snaps for Dallas behind CeeDee
Gallup (76%) and Noah
As expected, Phillip
Dorsett (82%), Chris
Moore (80%) and Amari
Rodgers (55%) was the three wide receiver set for the Texans
Cooks and Nico
Collins out. Moore was the fantasy stud with a 10-124-0
Williams (19%) saw a slight increase this week behind Amon-Ra
St. Brown (87%), D.J.
Chark (86%) and Josh
Same drill, different week for the Vikings. Justin
Jefferson (94%), Adam
Thielen (94%) and K.J.
The top four receivers for the Eagles were A.J.
Brown (85%), DeVonta
Smith (91%), Quez
Watkins (47%) and Zach
The top three receivers for the Giants remain consistent:
James (91%) and Isaiah
Hodgins (89%). Kenny
Golladay played 17% of the snaps.
The Ravens wide receiver rotation included Demarcus
Robinson (61%), Devin
Duvernay (57%), DeSean
Jackson (18%) and James
Johnson (95%) had his best fantasy game since Week 3 but
still hasn’t found the endzone. George
Pickens (76%), Steven
Sims (49%), Gunner
Olszewski (36%) and Miles
Boykin (18%) were the other receivers on the field.
The WR rotation for Jacksonville has remained consistent with
Kirk (85%), Zay
Jones (78%) and Marvin
Jones (49%) locked in as the top three.
Burks out, the Titans used Robert
Woods (87%), Nick
Westbrook-Ikhine (96%), Chris
Conley (48%) and Racey
Hinton (86%) and Brandon
Johnson (74%) was the three wide receiver set for the Broncos.
Valdes-Scantling (52%) is not seeing the field as much as
he was earlier in the season. JuJu
Smith-Schuster (81%) is the only constant with Justin
Watson (65%) and Skyy
Moore (40%) also in the mix.
(91%) and Mike
Evans (87%) once again led the Tampa Bay in snap percentage
with Julio Jones
(72%) the clear third receiver. Russell
Gage (33%) and Scotty
Miller (15%) picked up the pieces.
(43%) left with an ankle injury. That should leave Brandon
Aiyuk (78%), Jauan
Jennings (35%) with an increased snap share moving forward.
McCloud (44%) and Danny
Gray (21%) are also in the mix.
played 96% of the snaps alongside Terrace
Marshall Jr. (85%), Shi
Smith (33%) and Laviska
Seattle continues to use a tight rotation at wide receiver
with DK Metcalf
Lockett (93%) and Marquise
Goodwin (76%) taking almost all of the opportunity.
(67%) was bothered by an ankle injury Sunday night. Jaylen
Waddle played 84% of the snaps with Trent
Sherfield (61%), Cedrick
Wilson (39%) and Freddie
Swain (14%) also seeing action.
Back from his ankle injury, Mike
Williams played 65% of the snaps. Keenan
Allen (86%), Josh
Palmer (79%) and DeAndre
Carter (15%) rounded out the rotation.
Despite being active, Greg Dortch played just 5% of the snaps,
losing his slot role to Marquise Brown (96%). Robbie Anderson
(31%) got in the game and shared snaps on the outside with A.J. Green (60%) and DeAndre Hopkins (85%).
DeVante Parker (10%) left early with a concussion which left
Nelson Agholor (97%), Tyquan Thornton (88%) and Kendrick Bourne
(71%) to get the bulk of the work. Jakobi Meyers was inactive.
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