The Chiefs WR by committee saw a bit of a change this week as
Rashee Rice saw a 49.3% snap share, his highest mark of the season.
This should be sticky as heís the only Chiefs wideout that
shown some promise through the early part of the season.
Travis Kelce played 69.0% of the snaps on his injured ankle and
posted his best yardage game of the season (9-124-0).
The Broncos gave Javonte
Williams (34.6%) and rookie Jaleel
McLaughlin (40.4%) the bulk of the running back work at the
expense of Samaje
Perine (17.3%). Perine was still active in the two-minute
drill and passing game which is unfortunate. Williams and McLaughlin
are the backs to own moving forward.
TE Greg Dulcich (21.2%) finally got back on the field and promptly
left withÖ. you guessed itÖ a hamstring injury.
BAL @ TEN
Offensive Snaps Ravens: 71
Gus Edwards (62.0%) was in the lead back role over Justice Hill
(38.0%) in Week 6 and out-touched Hill 17 to 11. Both hold marginal
Flex value with Lamar Jackson soaking up 10 rushing opportunities
on a weekly basis.
It was almost and even split between Derrick Henry (52.7%) and
Tyjae Spears (56.4%). Weíve seen this throughout the season
especially in negative game scripts for Tennessee. Despite the
equal snap share, Henry continues to get more of the opportunities
(14 to 5).
Washington struggled to move the ball against the Falcons which
led to fewer opportunities for Brian Robinson Jr. (52.9%) and
Antonio Gibson (39.2%). Their roles remain constant.
Terry McLaurin (84.3%) saw a very high 52.4% target share while
Jahan Dotsonís (80.4%) forgettable season continues. He
saw 1 target in this game and dropped it while Curtis Samuel (62.7%)
caught all four of his targets for 42 yards and a TD.
After 11 targets in Week 5, TE Logan Thomas (78.4%) saw just
1 target in Week 6.
Atlanta ran 83 plays which allowed QB Desmond Ridder to throw
47 times, by far the most attempts heís had this season.
Bijan Robinson (77.1%) was on the field far more than Tyler Allgeier
(27.7%) but both had 13 carries. As expected, Bijan was active
in the passing game with 8 targets while Allgeier had none.
Kyle Pitts (55.4%) found the endzone but is still sharing tight
end time with Jonnu Smith (54.2%) who also found the endzone this
McCaffrey (58.1%) left this game with an oblique injury which
Mason (24.2%) and Elijah
Mitchell (11.3%) to see some extra carries. This was Mitchellís
first game back since Week 3 so itís a little unclear if heíll
remain third on the depth chart. HC Kyle Shanahan loves him and
it wouldn't be surprising to see him have a bigger role in Week
7 if CMC sits. Mason will be a waiver wire add this week.
Deebo Samuel (14.5%) has battled injuries early this season and
left this game with a shoulder issue. Jauan Jennings (53.2%) has
been the next man up in these scenarios while Ray-Ray McCloud
(71.0%) probably isnít going to be fantasy-worthy if Deebo
We saw Taysom Hill (59.8%) get a 21.1% target share this week,
by far the most work heís seen in the passing game in his
career. Keep in mind the Saints ran 82 plays and Carr attempted
50 passes so Hillís receiving work may not be sticky moving
Dameon Pierce (33.3%) is losing playing time and opportunities
to Devin Singletary (54.0%). Both had 13 touches this week but
Pierce has been less efficient (2.9 yards per carry) all season.
Expect Singletary to have a significant role moving forward.
The beat goes on for the high-flying Dolphins. Raheem Mostert
(61.2%), Salvon Ahmed (35.8%) and Chris Brooks (16.4%) share RB
duties. Mostert scored three TDs on 20 touches and is now averaging
5.7 yards per carry.
Speaking of high efficiency, Tyreek Hill (56.7%) is averaging
19.4 yards per reception. He left this game for awhile with cramps
but later returned. Jaylen Waddle (68.7%) has now scored in back-to=back
games but seems to be getting forced looks even when Hill is open.
SEA @ CIN
Offensive Snaps Seahawks: 74
Kenneth Walker (75.7%) has a consistent workload but has yet
to top 100 rushing in a game this season. Zach Charbonnet (24.3%)
remains a good hold if you have the bench spot.
DK Metcalf (78.4%) continues to have diva moments on the field
while Jaxon Smith-Njigba (71.6%) had his highest output of the
season at just 48 yards (sigh).
Joe Mixon (70.4%) continues his inefficient ways but the Bengals
show no signs of reducing his role.
Tee Higgins (53.7%) didnít see his normal amount of snaps
in his first game back with a rib injury. Trenton Irwin (44.4%)
filled the void.
IND @ JAX
Offensive Snaps Colts: 78
Jonathan Taylor saw his snap percentage increase to 42.3% this
week, still a little behind Zack Moss (50.0%). Both RBs had 13
Alec Pierce (74.4%) left this game with a shoulder injury. Josh Downs (78.2%) has been more active in the passing game and should
continue to be the No.2 receiver in the Colts offense.
Travis Etienne (79.7%) continues to have a dominant RB role and
logged another 21 touches on Sunday.
We may see Trevor Lawrence miss Week 7 with a knee injury. Calvin Ridley (79.7%) had a 28.6% target share but had just 4 catches
for 30 yards.
TE T.J. Hockenson (78.9%) had the highest target share of the
receiving group at 26.7%.
worked as the lead back for the Bears playing 60.6% of the snaps
ahead of Darrynton
Evans (36.4%). Expect Roshcon Johnson to get into the mix
ahead of Evans when heís ready to return.
The Bears will likely be without Justin Fields (thumb) in Week
7. Tyler Scott (59.1%) filled the No.3 receiver role this week
but isnít fantasy viable.
NE @ LV
Offensive Snaps Patriots: 60
We actually saw some efficiency from the Patriots running backs
this week as Rhamondre Stevenson (65.0%) and Ezekiel Elliott (38.3%)
both averaged over 4.6 yards per carry! Both are still uninspiring
Nobody creates a 3-yard dust cloud like Josh Jacobs (81.4%).
The concentration of passing volume on Davante Adams (91.4%)
and Jakobi Meyers (91.4%) is actually quite amazing. However,
keep your eye on rookie TE Michael Mayer (81.4%) who is starting
to make his presence known in this offense. He has 114 yards over
the last two weeks.
Amon-Ra St. Brown (91.4%) returned to his normal role after a
one-game absence and promptly saw 15 targets.
Vaughn (21.4%) has taken over the No.2 running back role in
Tampa Bay behind Rachaad
White (78.6%) but he has little fantasy value in this offense.
Mike Evans (80.4%) was not limited in his return from a hamstring
injury. Trey Palmer (66.1%) operated as the third wideout.
ARI @ LAR
Offensive Snaps Cardinals: 76
The Cardinals used three running backs with James Conner out.
Keaontay Ingram (36.8%) Emari Demercado (43.4%) and Damien Williams
(17.1%). Interestingly, Demercado only had 3 touches while Ingram
had the highest rush share (33.3%). Williams had 9 touches. All
of these backs will peak at Flex value until Arizona decides to
eliminate one from the mix.
WR Rondale Moore (65.8%) did not see any extra work at RB with Conner out.
The Rams barely ran the ball in the first half, then flipped
the switch on Kyren Williams (82.5%) who rolled up 158 rushing
yards on 20 carries. Keep an eye on Williams who suffered an ankle
injury and backup Ronnie Rivers (7.0%) suffered a knee injury.
Zach Evans would be the next man up.
(7.1%) saw a few offensive snaps this week but mainly DíAndre
Swift (57.1%) and Kenneth
Gainwell (41.4%) continued in their normal roles. Swift saw
10 targets (8-40-1) which helped considered he only rushed for
18 yards against the tough Jets-D.
The Jets are still using three running backs but at least their
giving Breece Hall (66.2%) the majority of carries (57.1% rush
share). Hall got a gift TD at the end of the game as the Eagles
let him score from 8-yards out.
TE Tyler Conklin (70.8%) has solidified himself as the pass-catching
tight end in this offense. C.J. Uzomah played 36.9% of the snaps.
NYG @ BUF
Offensive Snaps Giants: 77
Saquon Barkley (77.9%) returned to action and was not limited
by any means. He had 28 touches as the Giants tried to move the
ball on the ground with Tyrod Taylor at quarterback. Matt Breida
(23.4%) only played 18 snaps.
saw his highest snap share of the season at 72.7% but only had
4 targets. Darius
Slayton (87.0%) and Wan'Dale
Robinson (59.7%) round out the top three receivers. Robinson
has some marginal value in PPR leauges.