Usage Notes: Week 7
With Conner on the sidelines, Eno
Benjamin played 73% of the snaps for the Cardinals while
Ingram played 30%. Corey
Clement got in for 1 snap on offense.
played on 72% of the snaps for the Saints with Mark
Ingram (28%) in a clear backup role. Dwayne
Washington played 1 snap.
(47%) continues to see the field at a typical rate but canít
seem to produce. He only has two double-digit fantasy point
games (PPR) this season. Nick
Chubb played 57% of the snaps and saw 18 touches.
In his first game of the season, Gus
Edwards played on 36% of the snaps with Justice
Hill (31%) and Kenyan
Drake (27%) mixing in for a three-man committee. Touch counts:
Edwards (16), Hill (5), Drake (11) as the Ravens were run-heavy
Tampa Bay got Rachaad
White (43%) a little more action this week while Leonard
Fournette played on 60% of the snaps.
With McCaffrey shipped off to San Francisco, Chuba
Hubbard got the start for Carolina and played on 46% of
the snaps. He left this game with an ankle injury. D'Onta
Foreman played on 54% of the snaps. Raheem
Blackshear saw a 10% snap share.
played on 62% of the snaps for Atlanta with Caleb
Huntley (23%) and Avery
Williams (15%) also seeing action.
played on 72% of the snaps with Samaje
Perine picking up a 30% snap share.
Swift couldnít make it back from his ankle and shoulder
injuries allowing Jamaal
Williams to see a 44% snap share with Craig
Reynolds (34%) and Justin
Jackson (20%) being worked in at the expense of Williams.
led the Dallas running backs with a 65% snap share. He continues
to be the more efficient and explosive player over Ezekiel
Elliott (49%) who continues to score touchdowns.
Head coach Doug Pederson seemed to indicate that James
Robinson (17%) might not be healthy which could be a reason
for his low snap rate in Week 7. Whatever the case, Travis
Etienne (80%) seems to have taken over as the lead back.
The Colts are using a no-huddle offense that saw them run
81 plays in Week 6, so in Week 7 they planned to rotate their
backs a bit more, resulting in Jonathan
Taylorís a reduced snap percentage (55%). Nyheim
Hines played on 38% of the snaps and Deon
Jackson played on 8%.
(30%) has been a disappointment thus far as the Packersí offense
continues to struggle. Aaron
Jones played on 74% of the snaps and is still viable as
an RB2 with upside.
Robinson Jr. led Washington running backs with a 47% snap
Gibson played on 40% of the snaps with J.D.
McKissic (16%) coming up third.
(20%) suffered an ACL injury. Michael
Carter (73%) is likely to see the biggest snap percentage
increase as a result. Ty
Johnson played on 17% of the snaps.
(11%) left early with an ankle injury for the Broncos. Melvin
Gordon played on 51% of the snaps with Latavius
Murray (39%) seeing significant action.
With the Texans getting outscored 21-0 in the fourth quarter,
(52%) lost a bit of snap share to Rex
The PPR dream that is Austin
Ekeler played on 78% of the snaps, backed up by Sony
Michel (18%) and Isaiah
Walker (73%) saw a healthy snap percentage over DeeJay
We got word Sunday morning that Isiah
Pacheco would get the start for the Chiefs. That resulted
in a 30% snap share as KC continued to rotate their three running
McKinnon played on 44% of the snaps with Clyde
Edwards-Helaire coming in with a 27% snap share.
In his first game in San Francisco, Christian
McCaffrey saw a 28% snap share. Expect that to increase
moving forward. Jeff
Wilson (33%), Tyrion
Davis-Price (17%) and fullback Kyle
Juszczyk (49%) also saw time with Tevin
Coleman (0%) left out in the cold.
Mostert (71%) continues to dominate snaps at running back
for the Dolphins. Chase
Edmonds played on 29% of the snaps.
played on 77% of the snaps for the Steelers while Jaylen
Warren played on 23%. Warren only has handcuff value.
Trestan Ebner (11%) got a little bit of run for the Bears on
Monday night which kept the snap share of David Montgomery (56%)
a little bit in check. Khalil Herbert played on 41% of the snaps.
After missing the previous two games with a hamstring injury,
Damien Harris played on just 17% of the snaps while Rhamondre Stevenson played on 77%. Pierre Strong Jr. played 3 snaps.
was active for this game but didnít see the field. DeAndre
Hopkins played 93% of the snaps with Rondale
Moore (89%), Greg
Dortch (53%) and Robbie
Anderson (20%) rounding out the top four for Arizona. Expect
Robbieís snap share to increase moving forward.
Thomas and Jarvis
Landry on the sidelines, the Saints rolled with Chris
Olave (76%), Marquez
Callaway (72%), Tre'Quan
Smith (61%), Kevin
White (29%) and Rashid
Shaheed (14%) at wide receiver.
Cooper (95%) and Donovan
Peoples-Jones (93%) in the passing game for the Browns.
(57%) isnít fantasy worthy.
After missing a couple weeks with a foot injury, Rashod
Bateman returned to play 56% of the snaps, down slightly
from his typical snap percentage. Devin
Duvernay (66%), Demarcus
Robinson (23%) and James
Proche (13%) also saw action for the Ravens.
Godwin (94%) and Russell
Gage (61%) were the three main wideouts for the Bucs but
Gage left with a hamstring injury. Breshad
Perriman (15%) and Scotty
Miller (12%) were picking up scraps.
The pecking order for the Carolina wide receivers was D.J.
Moore (100%), Terrace
Marshall Jr. (86%) and Shi
Smith (50%). Laviska
Shenault played only two snaps.
led all Atlanta receivers with an 85% snap share. It doesnít
matter because the Falcons refuse to throw the ball.
St. Brown (17%) left this game with a concussion. Kalif
Raymond (90%) and Josh
Reynolds (80%) saw the most snaps for the Detroit wide receivers.
played on 51% of the snaps.
(83%), Noah Brown
(79%) and Michael
Gallup (67%) continue to be the top three wideouts for Dallas.
Robinson saw his snap share increase to 69% with Marcus
Johnson (79%), Darius
Slayton (57%) and David
Sills (31%) seeing the most action. Richie
James (9%) is the odd man out for the Giants.
The Jaguars had their top three receivers back for this game
Kirk (94%), Zay
Jones (99%) and Marvin
Jones (56%) playing the most snaps.
The Colts used a lot of three-wide receiver sets this week
Pittman Jr. (100%), Parris
Campbell (98%) and Alec
Pierce (97%) playing almost exclusively.
The Packers continue to search for answers at the wide receiver
position rotating five players in Week 7: Romeo
Doubs (89%), Allen
Lazard (59%), Sammy
Watkins (52%), Samori
Toure (35%) and Amari
Rodgers (30%). Avoid this group if you can.
(22%) left early with a knee injury and Elijah
Moore was left to pout on the sidelines. As a result, Garrett
Wilson (73%), Jeff
Smith (59%), Braxton
Berrios (56%) and Denzel
Mims (41%) was the WR rotation for the Jets.
Texansí WR Nico
Collins (46%) left with a groin injury which allowed extra
snaps for Chris
Moore (55%) and Phillip
Dorsett (54%). Brandin
Cooks played on 89% of the snaps.
The banged-up Chargers wide receiver room took another hit
Williams (76%) going down late in the game with a sprained
Carter played on 94% of the snaps with Keenan
Allen (32%) used sparingly. Michael
Bandy (59%) and Jason
Moore (25%) also saw action.
(28%) left this game early with a knee injury. Tyler
Lockett (65%) came into the game with balky hamstring. Marquise
Goodwin (54%), Dee
Eskridge (42%) and Dareke
Young (24%) picked up the slack.
A big lead in the fourth quarter led to some decreased snap
shares for JuJu
Smith-Schuster (55%) and Marquez
Valdes-Scantling (55%). Mecole
Hardman (63%) saw plenty of action with Skyy
Moore (22%) and Justin
Watson (16%) also seeing time.
Snap shares for the 49erís wide receivers: Deebo
Samuel (86%), Brandon
Aiyuk (94%), Jauan
Jennings (41%), Ray-Ray
McCloud (25%) and Danny
Waddle (79%) and Trent
Sherfield (57%) are the top three receivers for the Dolphins.
The Steelers play their top three receivers a lot: Diontae
Johnson (93%), Chase
Claypool (85%) and George
Tyquan Thornton (85%) has moved into the No.3 role for New England
ahead of Nelson Agholor (6%). Jakobi Meyers played every snap
while DeVante Parker finished with a 92% snap share.
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