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Fantasy Takeaways from Week 4 Usage

By Jared Smola 8:27am EDT 10/5/22


Arizona Cardinals

RB snap rates:

James Conner - 66%

Darrel Williams - 21%

Eno Benjamin - 14%


Route rates:

James Conner - 53%

Darrel Williams - 20%

Eno Benjamin - 13%


Rondale Moore - 95%

Marquise Brown - 93%

Greg Dortch - 43%

Andy Isabella - 23%

Andre Baccellia - 5%


Zach Ertz - 93%

Trey McBride - 23%

Maxx Williams - 10%


Takeaways:

  • Good news: Moore led the Cardinals in routes in his 2022 debut. Bad news: He played 72% of his snaps on the outside. He needs to be a primary slot receiver. I’d expect him to move into that role once Arizona gets A.J. Green or DeAndre Hopkins back.
  • Ertz leads all TEs with 176 pass routes through 4 games, despite being limited in the opener.



Atlanta Falcons

RB snap rates:

Tyler Allgeier - 44%

Cordarrelle Patterson - 29% (injured)

Caleb Huntley - 22%

Avery Williams - 13%


Route rates:

Tyler Allgeier - 40%

Cordarrelle Patterson - 25% (injured)

Avery Williams - 15%

Caleb Huntley - 5%


Drake London - 95%

Olamide Zaccheaus - 40%

KhaDarel Hodge - 35%


Kyle Pitts - 60%

Parker Hesse - 35%

Anthony Firkser - 30%


Takeaways:

  • Allgeier and Huntley split carries down the middle (10 apiece) in the win over Cleveland. Snap counts suggest that Allgeier is the better bet for volume going forward. But expect this to be a 3-man backfield, with Williams mixing in on some passing downs.
  • This was a season-low route rate for Pitts. He’s now run a route on 75% of pass plays on the season. Coupled with Atlanta’s low-volume pass offense, Pitts ranks 21st among TEs in total pass routes.



Baltimore Ravens

RB snap rates:

J.K. Dobbins - 50%

Justice Hill - 36% (injured)

Mike Davis - 3%


Route rates:

J.K. Dobbins - 35%

Justice Hill - 26% (injured)

Mike Davis - 5%


Devin Duvernay - 67%

Demarcus Robinson - 56%

Rashod Bateman - 53%

James Proche - 12%

Tylan Wallace - 7%


Mark Andrews - 98%

Isaiah Likely - 53%

Josh Oliver - 14%


Takeaways:

  • Dobbins went from a 43% snap rate and 27% carry share in Week 3 to a 50% snap rate and 39% carry share in this one. Expect those rates to continue climbing, especially with Hill hurt.
  • Batman suffered a mid-foot injury and didn’t play in the 4th quarter.
  • Duvernay will be an intriguing Week 5 flier if Bateman misses the Sunday night game vs. Cincinnati.



Buffalo Bills

RB snap rates:

Devin Singletary - 87%

Zack Moss - 10%

James Cook - 3%


Route rates:

Devin Singletary - 79%

Zack Moss - 5%

James Cook - 5%


Stefon Diggs - 98%

Gabe Davis - 98%

Isaiah McKenzie - 51% (injured)

Khalil Shakir - 26%

Jamison Crowder - 21% (injured)


Dawson Knox - 67%

Quintin Morris - 26%


Takeaways:

  • These were easily season highs in snap rate and route rate for Singletary. He’s also tallied 17% and 14% target shares the past 2 weeks. If this level of usage continues, he’s an every-week RB2.
  • Crowder’s likely season-ending broken ankle opens up a huge opportunity for McKenzie. Those 2 have combined for 20% of Buffalo’s targets through 4 weeks. McKenzie, of course, needs to clear concussion protocol.
  • Shakir might also pick up some of Crowder’s work. The rookie has played 16 of 40 offensive snaps (40%) in the slot so far.
  • Knox set season highs in Week 4 with a 67% route rate and 17% target share.



Carolina Panthers

RB snap rates:

Christian McCaffrey - 85%

Chuba Hubbard - 8%

D’Onta Foreman - 8%


Route rates:

Christian McCaffrey - 80%

Chuba Hubbard - 5%

D’Onta Foreman - 2%


Robbie Anderson - 98%

D.J. Moore - 93%

Shi Smith - 85%

Rashard Higgins - 5%


Tommy Tremble - 51%

Giovanni Ricci - 32%

Ian Thomas - 15%


Takeaways:

  • McCaffrey was not at all limited by the quad issue that had him listed as questionable for this one. He handled 8 of 9 RB carries and racked up 9 targets (25% share).
  • Moore saw 11 targets (31% share), turning them into a 6-50 line. That almost feels like a ceiling game in this offense.



Chicago Bears

RB snap rates:

Khalil Herbert - 77%

Trestan Ebner - 23%


Route rates:

Khalil Herbert - 50%

Trestan Ebner - 19%


Equanimeous St. Brown - 94%

Darnell Mooney - 86%

Dante Pettis - 72%

Ihmir Smith-Marsette - 11%


Cole Kmet - 89%

Trevon Wesco - 14%


Takeaways:

  • As expected, Herbert stepped into a workhorse role with RB David Montgomery sidelined, handling 19 of 25 RB carries (76%).
  • We got season highs in dropbacks (36) and pass attempts (22) from Chicago.
  • Mooney posted a 4-94 line on 5 targets (23% share).



Cincinnati Bengals

RB snap rates:

Joe Mixon - 83%

Samaje Perine - 19%

Chris Evans - 5%


Route rates:

Joe Mixon - 59%

Samaje Perine - 22%

Chris Evans - 8%


Ja’Marr Chase - 97%

Tee Higgins - 84%

Tyler Boyd - 81%


Hayden Hurst - 70%

Mitchell Wilcox - 19%


Takeaways:

  • Mixon continues to see absurd usage. He ranks 2nd among RBs in carries (82) and 3rd in targets (24). It’s tough to imagine his efficiency not improving going forward.
  • After sinking to a 51% route rate with a groin injury in Week 3, Hurst was back to a solid 70% route rate in this one.



Cleveland Browns

RB snap rates:

Nick Chubb - 55%

Kareem Hunt - 49%


Route rates:

Kareem Hunt - 43%

Nick Chubb - 38%


Amari Cooper - 90%

Donovan Peoples-Jones - 83%

David Bell - 28%

Anthony Schwartz - 13%


David Njoku - 88%

Harrison Bryant - 58%


Takeaways:

  • Chubb has now out-carried Hunt 5 to 2 inside the opponent’s 5-yard line.
  • Cooper’s target shares:
    • Week 1 - 17.6%
    • Week 2 - 37.0%
    • Week 3 - 35.5%
    • Week 4 - 11.8%
  • Njoku followed up his big Week 3 with another solid game, posting a 5-73 line on 7 targets (20% share).



Dallas Cowboys

RB snap rates:

Ezekiel Elliott - 64%

Tony Pollard - 39%


Route rates:

Ezekiel Elliott - 48%

Tony Pollard - 39%


CeeDee Lamb - 100%

Michael Gallup - 85%

Noah Brown - 76%


Dalton Schultz - 76%


Takeaways:

  • Lamb’s target shares:
    • Week 1 - 26.2%
    • Week 2 - 35.5%
    • Week 3 - 38.7%
    • Week 4 - 29.6%
  • Gallup played just 64% of Dallas’ snaps but was out there for 85% of pass plays. He saw 3 targets for an 11% share. His volume should grow going forward.
  • Schultz was a bit limited in his return from a knee injury, finishing catch-less on 3 targets (11% share).



Denver Broncos

RB snap rates:

Javonte Williams - 45% (injured)

Mike Boone - 36%

Melvin Gordon - 19%


Route rates:

Mike Boone - 42%

Javonte Williams - 22% (injured)

Melvin Gordon - 17%


Courtland Sutton - 100%

Jerry Jeudy - 97%

Kendall Hinton - 69%

K.J. Hamler - 8%

Montrell Washington - 8%


Eric Saubert - 86%

Eric Tomlinson - 14%


Takeaways:

  • Williams’ season-ending knee injury not only leaves behind 45% of Broncos carries, but also 17% of the team's targets.
  • Boone has run a route on 33 of his 43 snaps (77%) through 4 weeks, so he might be a candidate to pick up passing-down work.
  • In his 2 healthy games (Weeks 1 and 4), Jeudy has posted a 94% route rate and 18% target share.
  • Looking for Albert Okwuegbunam? He played 1 snap – and it was a run play. He’s droppable. And consider stashing TE Greg Dulcich, eligible to come off IR in Week 5, in deep and TE-premium leagues.



Detroit Lions

RB snap rates:

Jamaal Williams - 48%

Craig Reynolds - 33%

Justin Jackson - 15%


Route rates:

Craig Reynolds - 33%

Jamaal Williams - 31%

Justin Jackson - 16%


Josh Reynolds - 88%

Tom Kennedy - 80%

Kalif Raymond - 59%

Quintez Cephus - 41%


T.J. Hockenson - 84%

Brock Wright - 14%


Takeaways:

  • Williams smashed in Week 4 and handled 19 of 23 RB carries (83%). The underwhelming snap rate, route rate and 7.5% target share is worth noting, though.



Green Bay Packers

RB snap rates:

Aaron Jones - 62%

A.J. Dillon - 58%


Route rates:

A.J. Dillon - 55%

Aaron Jones - 39%


Allen Lazard - 97%

Romeo Doubs - 95%

Randall Cobb - 50%

Christian Watson - 18%


Robert Tonyan - 61%

Marcedes Lewis - 18%

Tyler Davis - 16%

Josiah Deguara - 8%


Takeaways:

  • Dillon ran more routes than Jones for the 1st time this season. I’d expect that to be a 1-week blip, but it’s worth monitoring.
  • Lazard’s target shares:
    • Week 2 - 12.0%
    • Week 3 - 17.1%
    • Week 4 - 22.9%
  • Doubs followed a 95% route rate and 23% target share in Week 3 with a 95% route rate and 23% target share in Week 4.



Houston Texans

RB snap rates:

Dameon Pierce - 68%

Rex Burkhead - 32%


Route rates:

Dameon Pierce - 51%

Rex Burkhead - 37%


Brandin Cooks - 88%

Nico Collins - 74%

Chris Moore - 56%

Phillip Dorsett - 19%


O.J. Howard - 65%

Jordan Akins - 40%

Mason Schreck - 30%


Takeaways:

  • Pierce set season highs in snap rate, route rate and targets (6). The rookie continues to trend up.
  • TEs Brevin Jordan and Pharaoh Brown were both inactive, but a 65% route rate and 14% target share from Howard is noteworthy. He’s worth considering as an add in FFPC leagues.



Indianapolis Colts

RB snap rates:

Jonathan Taylor - 88% (injured)

Nyheim Hines - 32%


Route rates:

Jonathan Taylor - 69% (injured)

Nyheim Hines - 29%


Michael Pittman - 93%

Parris Campbell - 69%

Alec Pierce - 40%

Ashton Dulin - 29%

Michael Strachan - 17%


Mo Alie-Cox - 62%

Kylen Granson - 40%

Jelani Woods - 26%


Takeaways:

  • After registering a 26% target share in the opener, Pittman has seen 24% and 16% shares the past 2 weeks.
  • Alie-Cox’s route rates and target shares:
    • Week 1 - 38% and 4%
    • Week 2 - 47% and 10%
    • Week 3 - 51% and 8%
    • Week 4 - 62% and 16%



Jacksonville Jaguars

RB snap rates:

Travis Etienne - 51%

James Robinson - 47%

JaMycal Hasty - 6%


Route rates:

Travis Etienne - 50%

James Robinson - 36%

JaMycal Hasty - 11%


Christian Kirk - 93%

Marvin Jones - 93%

Jamal Agnew - 57%

Tim Jones - 36%


Evan Engram - 79%

Chris Manhertz - 14%

Dan Arnold - 11%


Takeaways:

  • The Jaguars ran just 46 plays in this game, muting everyone’s production.
  • This was our 1st look at the Jacksonville backfield in negative game script – particularly in the 2nd half. Over the game’s final 30 minutes, Etienne out-carried Robinson 4 to 1 and out-targeted him 1 to 0.
  • Kirk finished with just a pair of catches for 60 yards – but the 93% route rate and 39% target share are extremely bullish for his outlook going forward.
  • Engram is at a strong 81% route rate for the season but an underwhelming 12% target share. He’s drawn a target on just 13% of his routes.



Kansas City Chiefs

RB snap rates:

Clyde Edwards-Helaire - 56%

Jerick McKinnon - 23%

Isiah Pacheco - 21%


Route rates:

Clyde Edwards-Helaire - 50%

Jerick McKinnon - 25%

Isiah Pacheco - 11%


Marquez Valdes-Scantling - 75%

JuJu Smith-Schuster - 73%

Mecole Hardman - 43%

Skyy Moore - 25%

Justin Watson - 16%


Travis Kelce - 89%

Noah Gray - 41%

Jody Fortson - 32%


Takeaways:

  • Edwards-Helaire continues to break all concepts of rational fantasy scoring. He’s now scored 5 TDs in the red zone, despite only playing 30% of Kansas City’s red zone snaps, per CBS’ Jacob Gibbs.
  • This was a season-low route rate for Hardman … and a season-high for Moore. The flippening might have started. Moore is worth stashing in fantasy leagues of 10+ teams.



Las Vegas Raiders

RB snap rates:

Josh Jacobs - 89%

Brandon Bolden - 7%

Zamir White - 4%

Ameer Abdullah - 1%


Route rates:

Josh Jacobs - 63%

Brandon Bolden - 13%

Ameer Abdullah - 3%

Zamir White - 0%


Mack Hollins - 100%

Davante Adams - 98%

Keelan Cole - 80%


Darren Waller - 88%


Takeaways:

  • Jacobs has been dominating Raiders carries all season. But he’s added a big pass-catching role the past 2 weeks, registering 57% and 63% route rates and 11% and 18% target shares.
  • It’s been a strange start to the season for Waller. The good: He’s run a route on 79% of pass plays and is tied for 5th among TEs in total pass routes. The not-so-good: He ranks 9th among TEs in targets on a disappointing 15.5% target share. Expect the volume to climb as long as the playing time remains.



Los Angeles Chargers

RB snap rates:

Austin Ekeler - 59%

Sony Michel - 24%

Joshua Kelley - 20%


Route rates:

Austin Ekeler - 59%

Joshua Kelley - 22%

Sony Michel - 12%


Mike Williams - 98%

DeAndre Carter - 80%

Josh Palmer - 59%

Michael Bandy - 27%

Jason Moore - 10%


Gerald Everett - 61%

Tre McKitty - 29%


Takeaways:

  • Despite concerns about Ekeler’s snap rates and rushing efficiency, he’s now 3rd among RBs in PPR points. He leads the position with 29 targets, 27 catches and 188 receiving yards.
  • There’s been no injury reported on Palmer, so it looks like he was passed on the depth chart by Carter at least for this week.
  • Everett is up to 8th among TEs with 26 targets on a 15.7% share.



Los Angeles Rams

RB snap rates:

Darrell Henderson - 59%

Cam Akers - 38%

Malcolm Brown - 3%


Route rates:

Darrell Henderson - 54%

Cam Akers - 26%

Malcolm Brown - 2%


Cooper Kupp - 100%

Allen Robinson - 98%

Bennett Skowronek - 86%

Brandon Powell - 7%

Lance McCutcheon - 2%


Tyler Higbee - 84%

Kendall Blanton - 9%


Takeaways:

  • The Rams backfield has become a weekly guessing game that isn’t providing many fantasy points. Best to stay away for now.
  • Kupp and Higbee combined for 69% of Rams targets in this one. Good for those guys – but bad for QB Matt Stafford and this offense in general.



Miami Dolphins

RB snap rates:

Raheem Mostert - 72%

Chase Edmonds - 28%


Route rates:

Raheem Mostert - 64%

Chase Edmonds - 26%


Tyreek Hill - 95%

Jaylen Waddle - 86%

Trent Sherfield - 71%

River Cracraft - 19%


Mike Gesicki - 57%

Durham Smythe - 38%


Takeaways:

  • Mostert continues to distance himself from Edmonds. He set season highs in snap rate and route rate in Week 4, out-carrying Edmonds 15 to 5 and matching him with 3 targets.



Minnesota Vikings

RB snap rates:

Dalvin Cook - 62%

Alexander Mattison - 37%


Route rates:

Dalvin Cook - 43%

Alexander Mattison - 40%


Adam Thielen - 96%

Justin Jefferson - 94%

K.J. Osborn - 85%

Jalen Reagor - 4%

Jalen Nailor - 2%


Irv Smith - 64%

Johnny Mundt - 11%


Takeaways:

  • Cook’s routes were scaled with the shoulder injury, and he saw just 2 targets (5% share). But he handled 20 of 23 RB carries.
  • After a slow start to the season, Thielen has registered 20% and 23% target shares the past 2 games.



New England Patriots

RB snap rates:

Rhamondre Stevenson - 55%

Damien Harris - 45%


Route rates:

Rhamondre Stevenson - 52%

Damien Harris - 24%


DeVante Parker - 100%

Nelson Agholor - 88%

Kendrick Bourne - 64%

Lil’Jordan Humphrey - 32%


Hunter Henry - 56%

Jonnu Smith - 12% (injured)


Takeaways:

  • Stevenson has seen 5 targets in 2 straight games, accounting for 19% of Patriots targets over that stretch.



New Orleans Saints

RB snap rates:

Mark Ingram - 48%

Latavius Murray - 43%

Dwayne Washington - 3%


Route rates:

Mark Ingram - 41%

Latavius Murray - 34%

Dwayne Washington - 3%


Marquez Callaway - 97%

Chris Olave - 78%

Jarvis Landry - 72%

Tre’Quan Smith - 22%

Deonte Harty - 3%


Juwan Johnson - 59%

Adam Trautman - 31%

Taysom Hill - 16%


Takeaways:

  • Olave’s target shares:
    • Week 1 - 9%
    • Week 2 - 33%
    • Week 3 - 32%
    • Week 4 - 25%
  • Johnson continued to cede routes to Trautman, posting a 59% route rate for the 2nd straight game.



New York Giants

RB snap rates:

Saquon Barkley - 94%

Matt Breida - 14%

Gary Brightwell - 5%


Route rates:

Saquon Barkley - 73%

Matt Breida - 12%

Gary Brightwell - 0%


David Sills - 69%

Darius Slayton - 58%

Richie James - 46%

Kenny Golladay - 46% (injured)


Tanner Hudson - 69%

Daniel Bellinger - 38%

Chris Myarick - 15%


Takeaways:

  • Bellinger tallied a 19% target share in this one after last week’s 14% share. But his route rate remains too low to consider in fantasy lineups.
  • (I’m just trying to write something about the Giants other than “Saquon is awesome.”)



New York Jets

RB snap rates:

Breece Hall - 66%

Michael Carter - 44%


Route rates:

Breece Hall - 59%

Michael Carter - 36%


Elijah Moore - 91%

Garrett Wilson - 86%

Corey Davis - 73%

Jeff Smith - 11%

Braxton Berrios - 9%


Tyler Conklin - 73%

C.J. Uzomah - 34%


Takeaways:

  • Hall set season highs in snap rate, route rate and carries (17) in Week 4. He’s looking like an every-week RB2.
  • Wilson ran more routes than Davis for the 1st time this season.
  • WR target shares in QB Zach Wilson’s 1st start of the year:
    • Corey Davis - 19%
    • Garrett Wilson - 16%
    • Elijah Moore - 11%



Philadelphia Eagles

RB snap rates:

Miles Sanders - 67%

Kenneth Gainwell - 27%

Trey Sermon - 7%


Route rates:

Miles Sanders - 52%

Kenneth Gainwell - 36%

Trey Sermon - 6%


DeVonta Smith - 97%

A.J. Brown - 91%

Quez Watkins - 55%

Zach Pascal - 18%


Dallas Goedert - 100%

Jack Stoll - 33%

Grant Calcaterra - 9%


Takeaways:

  • Sanders set season highs in snap and route rate – likely due at least in part to RB Boston Scott’s absence.
  • We’re still waiting on a blowup game from Goedert, but the usage remains strong. He ranks 7th among TEs with 137 pass routes.



Pittsburgh Steelers

RB snap rates:

Najee Harris - 75%

Jaylen Warren - 25%


Route rates:

Najee Harris - 54%

Jaylen Warren - 27%


Diontae Johnson - 97%

Chase Claypool - 89%

George Pickens - 78%


Pat Freiermuth - 76%

Zach Gentry - 27%


Takeaways:

  • Harris finished without a target in this one for the 1st time in 22 NFL games. He’s averaging 2.8 targets per game this year after averaging 5.5 last year.
  • QB Kenny Pickett’s target distribution in the 2nd half:
    • Pat Freiermuth - 4
    • George Pickens - 4
    • Diontae Johnson - 2
    • Chase Claypool - 1
    • Zach Gentry - 1



San Francisco 49ers

RB snap rates:

Jeff Wilson - 66%

Tevin Coleman - 2%


Route rates:

Jeff Wilson - 32%

Tevin Coleman - 2%


Brandon Aiyuk - 96%

Deebo Samuel - 93%

Jauan Jennings - 43 (injured)

Ray-Ray McCloud - 18%


George Kittle - 86%

Charlie Woerner - 14%


Takeaways:

  • Wilson has handled 30 of San Francisco’s 41 carries (73%) over the past 2 weeks.
  • Kittle has yet to pop in the box score, but he’s run a route on 86% of pass plays in each of the past 2 games. The numbers will come with that type of usage.



Seattle Seahawks

RB snap rates:

Rashaad Penny - 67%

Ken Walker - 36%

DeeJay Dallas - 4%


Route rates:

Rashaad Penny - 49%

Ken Walker - 23%

DeeJay Dallas - 6%


D.K. Metcalf - 89%

Tyler Lockett - 89%

Marquise Goodwin - 46%

D’Wayne Eskridge - 20%


Will Dissly - 60%

Noah Fant - 49%

Colby Parkinson - 20%


Takeaways:

  • Seattle basically went with a 2-man backfield with RB Travis Homer (ribs) out. Homer is on IR and will miss at least the next 3 games.
  • Dissly ran more routes than Fant for the 1st time this season. Dissly’s 60% route rate was the highest by a Seattle TE this year.



Tampa Bay Buccaneers

RB snap rates:

Leonard Fournette - 61%

Rachaad White - 38%


Route rates:

Leonard Fournette - 47%

Rachaad White - 32%


Mike Evans - 93%

Chris Godwin - 86%

Russell Gage - 65%

Julio Jones - 30%

Jaelon Darden - 9%

Cole Beasley - 7%


Cade Otton - 56%

Cam Brate - 37% (injured)

Ko Kieft - 7%


Takeaways:

  • Fournette and White were rotating series in this one: 2 for Fournette, 1 for White. We’ll see if that continues or if it was a 1-week blip.
  • Godwin posted an 86% route rate and 19% target share in his return from a hamstring injury.



Tennessee Titans

RB snap rates:

Derrick Henry - 69%

Dontrell Hilliard - 31%


Route rates:

Dontrell Hilliard - 45%

Derrick Henry - 41%


Robert Woods - 86%

Treylon Burks - 72% (injured)

Nick Westbrook-Ikhine - 66%

Cody Hollister - 14%

Kyle Phillips - 7%


Austin Hooper - 59%

Geoff Swaim - 34%

Chigo Okonkwo - 17%


Takeaways:

  • Henry doing his best CMC impression with 6 and 5 targets in his last 2 games. His route rates have been up a bit, and the Titans are designing plays to get him the ball in the passing game.
  • Burks’ absence could open up a role again for Phillips. Remember that the rookie slot man drew 9 targets on 25 routes in the opener.



Washington Commanders

RB snap rates:

J.D. McKissic - 51%

Antonio Gibson - 42%

Jonathan Williams - 8%


Route rates:

J.D. McKissic - 55%

Antonio Gibson - 23%

Jonathan Williams - 2%


Terry McLaurin - 94%

Curtis Samuel - 85%

Jahan Dotson - 57% (injured)

Dyami Brown - 38%

Cam Sims - 9%

Dax Milne - 4%


Logan Thomas - 72%

John Bates - 26%

Armani Rodgers - 6%


Takeaways:

  • Gibson’s weekly snap rates: 64%, 54%, 44%, 41%. And now he’ll need to contend with the impending return of RB Brian Robinson.
  • This was a season-high route rate for Thomas. He’s up to 10th among TEs with 133 total pass routes and could get a boost in target share for however long WR Jahan Dotson is out.



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