James Conner - 96% Keaontay Ingram - 7% Eno Benjamin - 1%
James Conner - 55% Keaontay Ingram - 5% Eno Benjamin - 2%
DeAndre Hopkins - 98% Rondale Moore - 95% A.J. Green - 43% Robbie Anderson - 17% Greg Dortch - 2% (injured)
Trey McBride - 81% Zach Ertz - 21% (injured) Stephen Anderson - 19%
Conner’s 96% snap rate matched a career high. Arizona surprisingly released Benjamin on Monday, so it looks like Conner will remain a true workhorse going forward.
Ertz drew 19% of Cardinals targets in 9 healthy games – although that dipped to 16% in 3 full games with Hopkins. There’s a big opportunity available for McBride, a 2nd-round rookie who topped 1,000 receiving yards at Colorado State last year.
Patterson went from a 39% snap rate and 43% RB carry share in his Week 9 return to a 38% snap rate and 23% RB carry share in this one. It’s possible that Atlanta limited him on the short week, but we should expect Patterson to remain in a committee going forward.
Pitts has registered an absurd 31% target share over his last 4 games. Even more absurd: He’s caught just 41% of his targets during that stretch.
The Ravens had a Week 10 bye.
RB snap rates:
Devin Singletary - 72% James Cook - 17% Nyheim Hines - 8% Duke Johnson - 7%
Devin Singletary - 56% James Cook - 10% Nyheim Hines - 8% Duke Johnson - 4%