Mostert operated as the lead back for the Dolphins on Thursday
night playing on 72% of the snaps with Chase
Edmonds (28%) playing second fiddle. 17 touches for Mostert,
7 for Edmonds who found the endzone again.
usage and workload are top notch. He played on 83% of the snaps
Thursday night and cedes some work on third downs to Samaje
Perine (19%). Mixon (2.7 ypc) and the Bengals havenít got
the run game going yet, but when it pops, heís going to bust
out in a big way.
Mattison is working in a bit more than usual playing on
38% of the snaps in Week 4, and getting a lot of usage on third
Cook (63%) is still the lead dog but isnít being used as
a workhorse like he has in previous years.
Kamara (ribs) out, the Saints called up Latavius
Murray (43%) and added him to the committee with Mark
Ingram (48%). Murray is worth consideration in games when
Kamara is banged up.
We know what weíre getting with the Browns backfield. A split
Chubb (55%) and Kareem
Hunt (50%) with Chubb getting around 20-22 touches per game
and being hyper-efficient. Hunt is getting 12-15 touches and
makes for a solid Flex option.
Singletary has grabbed ahold of the lead back role in Buffalo,
playing on 88% of the snaps in Week 4. His use in the passing
game is strong. 16 targets and 13 catches the last two weeks.
The Ravens have settled into J.K.
Dobbins (50%) and Justice
Hill (36%) as their running back combo. Dobbins is a low-end
RB2 option moving forward.
Robinson Jr. is set to be activated this week but when he
plays is still anyoneís guess. This will muddy backfield when
he does return with Antonio
Gibson (41%) and J.D.
McKissic (51%) likely to be in the mix. A three-headed RBBC
will be one to avoid.
Snap percentages for Breece
Hall the first four weeks: 45%, 27%, 51%, 66%.
played on 25% of the snaps for the Steelers. Heís in handcuff
territory and doesnít have any weekly stand-alone value.
18 touches for James
Conner this week playing on 66% of the snaps. Heís been
a disappointment through four weeks with only 1 TD. Eno
Benjamin (15%) and Darrel
Williams (21%) arenít seeing enough volume to be considered.
McCaffrey haters are looking for any reason to bury this
guy. He didnít miss Week 4 as some predicted. In fact, he played
87% of the snaps and finished as a top 5 PPR running back on
the week despite the struggles of this Baker-led offense.
(62%) and AJ Dillon
(58%) continue to do their thing in Green Bay. Jones (16-110-0)
had 19 touches; Dillon (17-73-0) had 18.
With the unfortunate news the Javonte
Williams (knee) will miss the rest of the season, Melvin
Gordon (19%) and Mike
Boone (36%) will split the workload. What the split looks
like remains to be seen.
posted a 1-9-0 line on Sunday but it wasnít for a lack of trying.
He saw an 85% snap share just ahead of Donovan
Peoples-Jones (84%). These are the only two Brownsí wideouts
Jamison Crowder is going to miss some time with a broken
ankle which could open the door for Isaiah McKenzie (48%)
to see an increased role. Khalil Shakir (25%) is also an option.
Gabriel Davis (95%) continues to be the on the field but just
isnít seeing enough targets. Thatís bound to change
one of these weeks.
Rondale Moore stepped right into a significant role in his
first action of the season playing on 86% of the snaps at
the expense of Greg Dortch (36%). Marquise Brown (93%) and
Rondale are the only Arizona wideouts to consider right now.
Anderson both played on 96% of the snaps for the Panthers.
If only Baker Mayfield was a good enough quarterback to support
Cooper Kupp played on 100% of the snaps. Allen Robinson (99%)
is getting his cardio in and seeing low percentage jump balls
near the goaline. Itís not happening for him right now.
Ben Skowronek (88%) rounds out the three-receiver set.
Once again, Mike Gesicki (44%) played fewer snaps than Durham Smythe (63%). Gesicki is the pass-catching tight end but heís
a middling TE2 given his usage.
Irv Smith played 64% of the snaps in Week 4. A nice increase
from Week 3 (51%) but still not in the 75% that weíd
like to see.
The Saints are mixing and matching their tight ends with Taysom
Hill (20%), Juwan
Johnson (48%) and Adam
Trautman (65%) all seeing time. We know Hill will get some
valuable touches around the endzone making him somewhat viable
in deep leagues.
Weíre seeing some encouraging usage for David Njoku
who played on 92% of the Browns snaps in Week 4. Given how
bad the position is, he feels like a safe low-end TE1 option.
Ohhh, Kyle Pitts (62%). The Falcons arenít running
enough plays and they arenít passing the ball enough
for Pitts to be a trusted fantasy option. 19 attempts and
7 completions for Mariota in Week 4.
Dawson Knox played 75% of the snaps in Week 4 making him
a viable weekly option.
Isaiah Likely (37%) and Josh Oliver (30%) saw a similar snap
share for the Ravens. Neither one of these guys is playable