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Usage Notes: Week 5

By Mike Krueger | Updated: 10/11/22

Rhamondre Stevenson

Running Back

Wide Receiver

Tight Ends

  • Albert Okwuegbunam continues to be a non-factor for the Broncos. Eric Saubert (56%) played the most of the Denver tight ends with Eric Tomlinson (48%) also seeing action.

  • The Colts are using three tight ends including Mo Alie-Cox (44%), Kylen Granson (48%) and Jelani Woods (29%) making all of them untrustworthy for lineups.

  • Robert Tonyan (44%) continues to share time with other tight ends which is limiting his upside. He’s not really playable until this changes.

  • Quintin Morris (68%) and Tommy Sweeney (41%) formed a TE committee for the Bills with Dawson Knox out. Morris is the preferred pass-catching option.

  • Donald Parham returned from injury this week and played on 38% of the snaps This didn’t cut into Gerald Everett’s time on the field (65%) but Parham’s pass-catching chops give them another viable option at the position which is concerning for Everett.

  • O.J. Howard (79%) played the most snaps of all the Houston tight ends with Brevin Jordan out.

  • Hunter Henry (98%) dominated snaps at tight end for the Patriots with Jonnu Smith out and turned a usable fantasy performance (4-54-0).

  • Noah Fant (60%) and Will Dissly (64%) continue to play a significant number of snaps for the Seahawks cancelling out their fantasy value.

  • Taysom Hill’s monstrous game came on a 30% snap share. Adam Trautman (65%) and Juwan Johnson (57%) are seeing the most snaps at the true tight end position.

  • Tyler Conklin (40) and C.J. Uzomah (41) played almost the same number of snaps for the Jets.

  • With Cameron Brate out, rookie Cade Otton saw an impressive 94% snap share. He’s worth an add if Brate continues to sit.

  • George Kittle (88%) saw a dominant snap share in Week 5 against the Titans.

  • Dalton Schultz only played 18% of the snaps as he works his way back from a knee injury.

  • Tyler Higbee is played an astounding 97% of the snaps for the Rams.

  • Hayden Hurst played on 81% of the snaps for the Bengals.

  • Darren Waller pulled a Tee Higgins and only played 8 snaps before leaving with a hamstring injury. Jesper Horsted (58%) filled in with Foster Moreau on the Inactive list.