(50.0%) is still operating as the Panthers lead RB ahead of Miles
Sanders (38.3%). Hubbard out-touched Sanders 11 to 4. The
offense isn’t great which makes Hubbard just a low-end Flex option
on a weekly basis.
Adam Thielen (29.4% target share) played every snap and is really
the only pass catcher to be considered for Carolina. Jonathan Mingo (98.3%) is also an every-down player when D.J. Chark is
out like he was this week.
remains on IR but will likely be back in Week 11. That left D’Onta
Foreman (52.8%) in the lead back role while Roschon
Johnson (41.7%) filled the backup role. Johnson got a little
extra playing time towards the end of the first half when Foreman
was being checked for a foot issue. Foreman scored the only offensive
TD of the game.
The lack of offense in this game carried through the Bears wideouts.
D.J. Moore (93.1%) led the group with a 28.1% target share followed
by Darnell Mooney (66.7%) with a 12.5% target share.
TE Cole Kmet (91.7%) had another solid game (5-45-0, 7 targets)
and remains a low-end TE1 option.
IND @ NE
Offensive Snaps Colts: 57
The transition is complete. Jonathan Taylor played 87.7% of the
snaps compared to 15.8% for Zack Moss. This is Taylor’s
backfield moving forward. He out-touched Moss 24 to 1. Moss is
a worth bench stash as a contingency play.
Josh Downs (24.6%) was limited by a knee issue. Isaiah McKenzie
filled in the gap, playing 45.6% of snaps and saw 4 targets (4-31-0).
Alec Pierce is on the cardio club, playing 96.5% of snaps, but
isn’t a target earner in this offense.
As usual, just two running backs saw playing time for New England:
Stevenson (66.7%) and Ezekiel
Elliott (33.3%). The Patriots plodding, grind-it-out style
will keep Stevenson in the RB2 conversation.
A week after being “unleashed” Aaron Jones played
55.9% of the snaps while AJ Dillon remained active playing 50.0%
of the snaps. Jones had 19 opportunities compared to 12 for Dillon.
This is the workload share we should expect moving forward.
A perfectly even split for Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren as
both played 50.8% of the snaps. This is now back-to-back weeks
where Harris saw 20 opportunities. Warren had 19… the most
he’s had all season.
It was reported that T.J. Hockenson (63.0%) would be used on
a limited basis given his rib injury. His snap share was down,
but dude saw a whopping 46.9% target share and was continually
banged around on his 11 catches. Vikings bye is in Week 13.
HOU @ CIN
Offensive Snaps Texans: 75
Devin Singletary (81.3%) had a tough matchup last week against
the Bucs run-D but exploded this week against the Bengals with
30 carries, 150 yards and 1 TD. Mike Boone played just 18.7% of
the snaps and had 3 opportunities.
Nico Collins was inactive. Tank Dell (96.0%), Noah Brown (74.7%)
and Robert Woods (60.0%) were the top three wideouts. Dell led
the group with a 35.9% target share but failed to catch even half
of his passes going 6-56-1 on 14 targets. Brown is viable whenever
Nico or Dell is out.
TE Dalton Schultz played 88.0% of the snaps and had a 15.4% target
Joe Mixon (73.4%) had just 14 opportunities but did find the
endzone for the third consecutive week.
played 84.4% of the snaps with his back issue. Trenton
Irwin (81.2%) was the direct fill-in for Tee
Higgins who was inactive. Tyler
Boyd (92.2%) played his normal role but led the group with
a 30.8% target share… because of Chase’s back injury?
CLE @ BAL
Offensive Snaps Browns: 78
The Browns stuck with their top two running backs this week:
Jerome Ford (64.1%) and Kareem Hunt (35.9%) got all the playing
time. 18 touches for Ford, 10 for Hunt.
With Donovan Peoples-Jones now in Detroit, Cedric Tillman (84.6%)
has been elevated in Cleveland but he failed to produce a catch
on 3 targets. Elijah Moore (83.3%) caught his first TD of the
season and could be useful down the stretch.
The Ravens continued with their three-man RBBC. Gus Edwards (51.9%)
led the group with 12 opportunities while Justice Hill (25.9%)
and Keaton Mitchell (24.1%) combined for just 7 touches (Mitchell
had 5). Mitchell had displayed efficiency but will be difficult
to trust given the low workload.
We’ve seen this multiple times this season. When the Titans
get behind, Tyjae Spears (60.3%) will spend more time on the field
than Derrick Henry (42.9%). Opportunities were 12 to 10 in favor
Rachaad White (70.8%) continues to have a good role in the Bucs
offense. This is his second-straight game with over 20 touches.
Chase Edmonds (27.7%) filled the backup role.
Mike Evans (72.3%) led the receiver group with a 34.5% target
TE Cade Otton played 95.4% of the snaps but had just 3 targets.
SF @ JAX
Offensive Snaps 49ers: 62
With the game out of hand, the 49ers brought Christian McCaffrey
(75.8%) back in the game late in the 4th quarter in an attempt
to keep his TD streak alive. It didn’t work out, but it’s
kind of thing fantasy dreams are made of.
Deebo Samuel returned from a two-game absence and played 56.5%
of the snaps. An efficient and wide target tree led to muted numbers
for Brandon Aiyuk (67.7%) who finished with a 3-55-1 line on 3
Evan Engram’s low aDOT (4.01 yds for the season) combined
with poor efficiency (7 targets, 4 catches) equals fantasy death
DET @ LAC
Offensive Snaps Lions: 66
The Lions got in a shootout with the Chargers. In this scenario,
Jahmyr Gibbs (57.6%) got more work than David Montgomery (37.9%).
Gibbs (14-77-2, 3-35-0) had 19 opportunities to 12 for Montgomery
Rookie WR Quentin Johnston played 84.7% of the snaps and finished
with a 4-34-1 line on four targets. Jalen Guyton (79.2%) operated
as the third receiver behind Keenan Allen (75.0%) who saw a 35.0%
target share despite leaving the game for a bit with a shoulder
James Conner stepped right back into a lead-RB role playing 63.1%
of the snaps. He finished with a 16-73-0 line with zero targets.
Keaontay Ingram (21.5%) worked as the No.2 back with Tony Jones
playing 7 snaps.
Kyler Murray completed just 59.4% of his passes in his first
game back (19-32, 249-0-1). He had 6 carries, 33 yards and rush
TD and seemed to be moving fine.
The Cardinals used Marquise Brown (100.0%), Michael Wilson (89.2%)
and Rondale Moore (64.6%) as their top three receivers. Moore
had a 25.8% target share while Brown had just four targets and
finished with 1 catch, 28 yards.
TE Trey McBride (76.9%) had a 29.0% target share and delivered
a 8-131-0 line. He’s in the weekly TE1 conversation.
WAS @ SEA
Offensive Snaps Commanders: 61
Brian Robinson Jr. (50.8%) had his first 100-yard game or the
season and it came through the air. He only had 8-38-0 on the
ground but finished with 6-119-1 receiving.
Curtis Samuel returned to the lineup and played 50.8% of the
snaps. With so much production coming from the RBs, the WRs had
a quiet day including Jahan Dotson who played 95.1% of the snaps
but had just 2 targets.
DK Metcalf (88.9%) and Tyler Lockett (79.0%) both had target
shares above 23% while Jaxon Smith-Njigba (61.7%) had just a 11.9%
target share. JSN is going to need an injury to Metcalf or Lockett
to become a trusted fantasy asset.
NYG @ DAL
Offensive Snaps Giants: 57
Saquon Barkley (61.4%) got in 14 touches during the beatdown
handed out by the Cowboys.
With Tommy DeVito at quarterback, there’s no reason to
consider Giant pass catchers.
The Jets offense remains anemic. Breece Hall (69.7%) does what
he can but is limited to RB2 status.
Garrett Wilson (93.9%) had a 37.8% target share and is the only
bright spot in the passing game. His volume makes him an easy
WR2 in most formats. He had double-digit targets in five out of
his last six games.
This offense runs through Josh Jacobs (82.8%) who had 29 touches
in this game. This should be the norm moving forward.
Davante Adams had a 52.0% target share but was hampered by a
below-average QB and an above-average defense.
DEN @ BUF
Offensive Snaps Broncos: 75
The Broncos conservative offensive game plan calls for a lot
of Javonte Williams (52.0%) who has now seen 25 and 30 touches
in back-to-back weeks. Samaje Perine (33.3%) works in obvious
passing situations Jaleel McLaughlin (14.7%) gets sprinkled in.
The only fantasy relevant receiver in Denver is Courtland
Sutton (86.7%) who had a 37.9% target share Monday night.
is left out in the cold due to a low-volume passing attack.
hasn’t thrown the ball less than 30 times in five out of his last
Marvin Mims saw a healthy 69.3% of the snaps but can’t
be trusted until the Broncos start throwing more.
The Bills and the Ravens ran the fewest plays (54) this week.
James Cook (46.3%) fumbled on the first offensive play and then
was benched for most of the first half which allowed Latavius Murray (51.9%) to rack up 11 touches for 69 yards and a TD. Cook
turned it on in the second half and managed 120 yards on just
(98.1%) was held in check (3-34-0) by Patrick Surtain and low
play volume. Gabriel
Davis (98.1%) had the highest target share (24.0%) of the
receivers while Khalil
Shakir (75.9%) worked as the No.3 option.
Tight end Dalton Kincaid (75.9%) also had a 24.0% target share.
He’s an easy TE1.