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Usage Notes: Week 5

By Mike Krueger | Updated: 10/18/22

Kenyan Drake

Running Back

Wide Receiver

Tight Ends

  • Cole Kmet played on 93% of the snaps for the Bears. If only Chicago was throwing the ball at a decent clip.

  • Cole Turner played on 93% of the snaps for Washington with Logan Thomas out. John Bates left this game with a hamstring injury.

  • Kyle Pitts saw a 57% snap share after missing Week 5 with a hamstring injury. Not the kind of usage you want to see out of a pre-season top five tight end.

  • George Kittle played on 98% of the snaps for the 49ers. Caught in a negative script against the Falcons, Kittle finished with an 8-83-0 line.

  • Hunter Henry played on 97% of the snaps for the Patriots but Jonnu Smith (43%) was back in the mix this week.

  • David Njoku (80%) continues to dominate snaps for the Browns with Harrison Bryant (36%) and Pharaoh Brown (27%) seeing action on a limited basis.

  • Tyler Conklin (67%) and C.J. Uzomah (78%) have become unplayable ever since Zach Wilson took over at quarterback.

  • Robert Tonyan turned in a monster performance (10-90-0) playing on 63% of the snaps.

  • Hayden Hurst came into Week 6 with a groin injury but played on 70% of the snaps for the Bengals.

  • Adam Trautman (22%) left Week 6 with an ankle injury which could mean more playing time for Juwan Johnson (78%) in Week 7. Taysom Hill played on 21% of the snaps.

  • Daniel Bellinger played on 94% of the snaps for the Giants.

  • The Bucs split snaps at tight end between Cade Otton (56%) and Cameron Brate (47%) however, Brate suffered a neck injury in this game which may give more snaps to Otton moving forward.

  • With Pat Freiermuth out, Zach Gentry saw a 66% snap share and posted 1 catch for 4 yards.

  • Dawson Knox saw an 85% snap share for the Bills against the Chiefs.

  • Dalton Schultz was Inactive, leading to Jake Ferguson (51%) and Peyton Hendershot (61%) filling the tight end role for Dallas.

  • Rookie Greg Dulcich (71%) made his debut and scored the first touchdown of the game. If you were holding out hope for Albert Okwuegbunam (0%) you can cut him. He was made inactive.

  • Gerald Everett as a fantasy asset is losing steam. He played on only 55% of the snaps and lost some targets to Donald Parham (20%). Tre' McKitty (42%) is largely a blocker.