Week 2 was an absolute bloodbath. If any of your teams are like mine, you might have enough red text on there that you’re tempted to call it quits. 


But fear not my internet football pals because we’re here to break down what happened and tell you what you need to do to move forward. So pick that phone up out of the trash, full your IR spots, and let’s build this thing back up!


Team Snaps   61  
    Snaps Snap %
Tevin Coleman RB 30 49.2%
Jerick McKinnon RB 13 21.3%
Raheem Mostert RB 13 21.3%
Kendrick Bourne WR 45 73.8%
Brandon Aiyuk WR 44 72.1%
Trent Taylor WR 28 45.9%
Mohamed Sanu WR 13 21.3%
Dante Pettis WR 10 16.4%
Ross Dwelley TE 39 63.9%
Jordan Reed TE 28 45.9%

WR: Deebo Samuel is still absent but at least Brandon Aiyuk made his debut. His snaps came almost entirely at the expense of Dante Pettis who went from 72.6% of the snaps last week to 16.4% of the snaps this week. Bourne and Taylor remained the other main options and, based on the usage, it looks lIke Taylor will be the one that falls off when Deebo returns. Richie James also hit the IR but he wasn’t particularly relevant anway. Aiyuk is our favorite for the time being. 

RB: Both Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman were hurt this week and both are expected to miss week 3 (Coleman is expected to miss even more time than that). That leaves Jeff Wilson to get the short yardage work and Jerick McKinnon on the passing downs. McKinnon has the best shot to become the “hot hand” and drastically increase his workload. 

TE: George Kittle is still questionable for this week. If you have other options it might be safe to roll with them. If Kittle is out, Jordan Reed is once again a sneaky start and DFS play. 


Team Snaps   65  
    Snaps Snap %
David Montgomery RB 35 53.8%
Tarik Cohen RB 21 32.3%
Ryan Nall RB 3 4.6%
Allen Robinson WR 53 81.5%
Darnell Mooney WR 39 60.0%
Javon Wims WR 29 44.6%
Anthony Miller WR 26 40.0%
Cordarrelle Patterson WR 14 21.5%
Jimmy Graham TE 40 61.5%
Demetrius Harris TE 36 55.4%

WR: Allen Robinson once again led the team but the surprise this week was Darnell Mooney emerging across from him. Mooney played almost all of his snaps outside so he looks to be out in front right now as the flanker to Robinson’s split end. Anthony Miller played 17 of his 26 snaps in the slot so he’s the favorite for three wide sets but his usage as of this week makes him essentially unstartable. 

RB: David Montgomery took a big step forward in terms of snap share with Cohen’s backfield snaps dropping from 24 last week to only 12 this week despite the team running the same number of offensive plays. Monty is on the up and up. 

TE: From a usage perspective, Jimmy Graham still saw a good chunk of slot snaps (14) and snaps at WR (8) but he played fewer snaps in general and was clearly less involved. For now he’s a stash as you likely have much safer options. Cole Kmet was used to block on 18 of his 22 snaps which is even worse than last week so he is still merely a dynasty stash. 


Team Snaps   92  
    Snaps Snap %
Samaje Perine RB 16 17.4%
Joe Mixon RB 46 50.0%
Giovani Bernard RB 42 45.7%
Tyler Boyd WR 78 84.8%
Tee Higgins WR 60 65.2%
A.J. Green WR 57 62.0%
Mike Thomas WR 32 34.8%
John Ross WR 28 30.4%
Alex Erickson WR 8 8.7%
Drew Sample TE 54 58.7%
C.J. Uzomah TE 47 51.1%

WR: Despite only catching 3 of his absurd 13 targets, Green was actually third in snap share behind Tyler Boyd and the rookie Higgins. Green attributed his poor efficiency to growing pains in regards to the new offense and returning to the field after a long absence. Higgins could be worth a stash at this point while John Ross is droppable in most formats. 

RB: This week wasn’t as clear cut for Joe Mixon as it was last week. In fact, Gio Bernard almost matched his snaps after being used heavily towards the end of the game in passing situations. If Mixon needs positive game scripts to be featured heavily, it could be rough sledding for a team that isn’t projected to win many games. 

TE: C.J. Uzomah was a casualty this week, landing on the IR with a torn achilles. Blocking tight end Drew Sample slid into that void and managed to catch some balls in a good matchup but he’s unlikely to be a great asset in most formats giving his profile (4.71 forty) and his spot on the target totem pole. 


Team Snaps   61  
    Snaps Snap %
Taiwan Jones RB 20 32.8%
Devin Singletary RB 34 55.7%
Zack Moss RB 28 45.9%
John Brown WR 56 91.8%
Stefon Diggs WR 48 78.7%
Cole Beasley WR 41 67.2%
Gabriel Davis WR 22 36.1%
Isaiah McKenzie WR 7 11.5%
Andre Roberts WR 6 9.8%
Tyler Kroft TE 31 50.8%
Dawson Knox TE 22 36.1%

WR: Not much change from Week 1 to 2 for the Bills which is a good thing for Diggs and Brown owners. Diggs is a start every week and Brown isn’t a bad option either. 

RB:  As similar split this week to last week for Singletary and Jones which confirms our worst fear - it seems the backfield will be split down the middle. An injury to one would be a boon for the other. The Taiwan Jones snaps were all played on special teams - had some technical difficulties with the sheet this week but those will be removed for next week. 

TE: Dawson Knox left this week’s game with a concussion though Tyler Kroft still blocked heavily despite receiving more snaps. There likely isn’t enough target to go around to make Knox relevant even when he’s healthy but he is still the guy to own. 


Team Snaps   58  
    Snaps Snap %
Nick Chubb RB 36 62.1%
Kareem Hunt RB 20 34.5%
D'Ernest Johnson RB 2 3.4%
Odell Beckham WR 39 67.2%
Jarvis Landry WR 35 60.3%
Khadarel Hodge WR 33 56.9%
Rashard Higgins WR 5 8.6%
JoJo Natson WR 3 5.2%
Austin Hooper TE 57 98.3%
Harrison Bryant TE 30 51.7%

WR: It was the same split we saw last week with Odell, Jarvis, and Khadarel Hodge . In Stefanski’s run first offense, only Odell and Juice will be relevant unless there is an injury. And even then, the targets may go to Hooper rather than Hodge. 

RB: After being split fairly down the middle last week, this week’s split favored Nick Chubb in both the running and passing games. It might be disappointing for Hunt owners but Chubb owners can certainly breath a little easier.

TE: The Vikings were a top three team last year in terms of two tight end sets, rivaling the Eagles and Ravens. Kevin Stefanski clearly brought this philosophy with him to Cleveland as Hooper played almost every snap while Harrison Bryant also played 30. The issue for fantasy has never been other competition from tight ends though - it’s that Odell and Jarvis are premier target hogs and the team isn’t even throwing much. Every top five tight end in fantasy for five straight years has been either first or second on their team in targets so Hooper’s ceiling is low as long as those two WRs are there. 


Team Snaps   61  
    Snaps Snap %
Leonard Fournette RB 26 42.6%
Ronald Jones RB 21 34.4%
LeSean Mccoy RB 5 8.2%
Justin Watson WR 54 88.5%
Mike Evans WR 53 86.9%
Scott Miller WR 42 68.9%
Cyril Grayson WR 18 29.5%
Jaydon Mickens WR 7 11.5%
Rob Gronkowski TE 42 68.9%
O.J. Howard TE 34 55.7%

WR: In the absence of Chris Godwin , the big bodied Justin Watson manned the slot for most of the game (21 snaps) until he hurt his shoulder. Next in terms of slot snaps were Mike Evans (14) and Scotty Miller (8). Watson hurt his shoulder and has yet to practice but Godwin and Evans will likely be the only two startable players. 

RB: An early fumble for Ronald Jones opened the door for Leonard Fournette who paced the running backs this week. Unfortunately coach Bruce Arians said that Rojo is still the starter which likely means a convoluted backfield. We lean Fournette. 

TE: Bruce Arians has never been one to hold his tongue. The words he used to talk about the tight ends this week were downright alarming for owners of any of them. Both Gronk (23 blocking vs 19 routes) and Howard (19 blocking and 15 routes) blocked more times than they went out for passes this week. Can’t be trusted. 


Team Snaps   77  
    Snaps Snap %
Melvin Gordon RB 61 79.2%
LeVante Bellamy RB 14 18.2%
Royce Freeman RB 16 20.8%
Tim Patrick WR 50 64.9%
K.J. Hamler WR 48 62.3%
Jerry Jeudy WR 44 57.1%
DaeSean Hamilton WR 34 44.2%
Courtland Sutton WR 31 40.3%
Diontae Spencer WR 3 3.9%
Noah Fant TE 61 79.2%
Nick Vannett TE 23 29.9%

WR: Courtland Sutton returned this week and then he season promptly ended. The door would seem wide open for the tongue guys but it looks like Tim Patrick will be playing split end as he played the most WR snaps. Jerry Jeudy will be in the slot and KJ Hamler will act as the field stretcher outside. Jeudy the most interesting though Hamler might be worth an add in best ball or standard leagues. 

RB: As expected, with Phillip Lindsay out, the backfield belongs to Melvin Gordon . Lindsay is not looking good for this week once again. 

TE: Noah Fant played the second most snaps for position players after Melvin Gordon and played well against a tough Steelers defense. It’s all systems go for Fant. 


Team Snaps   78  
    Snaps Snap %
Kenyan Drake RB 50 64.1%
Chase Edmonds RB 27 34.6%
D.J. Foster RB 2 2.6%
DeAndre Hopkins WR 75 96.2%
Larry Fitzgerald WR 61 78.2%
Christian Kirk WR 47 60.3%
Andy Isabella WR 14 17.9%
Trent Sherfield WR 5 6.4%
Dan Arnold TE 56 71.8%
Darrell Daniels TE 43 55.1%

WR: For the second week in a row, this team lived up to the “Air Raid” moniker with over 75 plays run. Hopkins, Fitz, and Kirk are staples. No other WR plays enough to be relevant. 

RB: Kenyon Drake was the primary running back again with Chase Edmonds spelling him mostly on pass downs. Drake himself told fantasy owners not to worry or to drop him at their own peril. We side with Drake. 

TEDan Arnold ’s usage is interesting given his snap share and the number of snaps he’s playing wide receiver (22) vs. inline tight end (30). But the target are simply to thin to trust the UDFA in all but the deepest of leagues. 


Team Snaps   82  
    Snaps Snap %
Ezekiel Elliott RB 76 92.7%
Tony Pollard RB 8 9.8%
Amari Cooper WR 75 91.5%
Michael Gallup WR 75 91.5%
CeeDee Lamb WR 68 82.9%
Malik Turner WR 19 23.2%
Noah Brown WR 8 9.8%
Cedrick Wilson WR 4 4.9%
Dalton Schultz TE 57 69.5%
Blake Bell TE 33 40.2%

WR: As we mentioned last week, the Cowboys had one of the most consolidated snap shares last year and that continued both last week and this week. You love to see it. Cooper/Gallup/Lamb - locked in. 

RB: Same as last week - it’s the Zeke show. Tony Pollard played 10 snaps, 7 of which were pass plays and he was asked to pass block twice at least. As we talked about, he needs to earn their trust pass blocking to see more time. 

TE:  Dalton Schultz stepped in in the absence of Blake Jarwin but target are too thin to rely on him in most formats. Perhaps in tight end premium leagues or very deep best ball leagues he is viable. 


Team Snaps   83  
    Snaps Snap %
Austin Ekeler RB 47 56.6%
Joshua Kelley RB 43 51.8%
Darius Bradwell RB 4 4.8%
Keenan Allen WR 81 97.6%
Mike Williams WR 74 89.2%
Jalen Guyton WR 44 53.0%
K.J. Hill WR 6 7.2%
Joe Reed WR 2 2.4%
Hunter Henry TE 71 85.5%
Virgil Green TE 35 42.2%

WR: We knew Keenan Allen and Mike Williams were going to be the guys. It looks like Jalen Guyton will be the third guy with Joe Reed relegated to mostly special teams. Unless Williams or Allen get hurt, Guyton isn’t startable either. 

RB: Austin Ekeler (29 pass, 18 run) skews more pass heavy while Joshua Kelley (17 pass, 26 run) skews more run heavy but, so far, there have been enough touches to go around. I would keep an eye on potential game script as games they are losing would favor Ekeler and games they are winning favor Kelley. It’s also worth noting that Justin Herbet targets the running back far more heavily than TyRod Taylor - more info on that is available via our running back breakdown by Jon Impemba. 

TE:  Hunter Henry is the guy and he’s worth a start anywhere you don’t have another stud. 71 of 83 snaps and he only pass blocked 4 times. 


Team Snaps   77  
    Snaps Snap %
Clyde Edwards-Helaire RB 48 62.3%
Darwin Thompson RB 15 19.5%
Darrel Williams RB 10 13.0%
Tyreek Hill WR 69 89.6%
Marcus Kemp WR 18 23.4%
Mecole Hardman WR 50 64.9%
Demarcus Robinson WR 48 62.3%
Sammy Watkins WR 45 58.4%
Byron Pringle WR 7 9.1%
Travis Kelce TE 74 96.1%
Nick Keizer TE 11 14.3%

WR: In week 1, Tyreek Hill (18 slot snaps) played the majority of the slot snaps with Sammy Watkins and Demarcus Robinson outside. Mecole Hardman got the short end of the stick. With Sammy Watkins banged up, Robinson was the split end and Hill (25 slot snaps) and Hardman (24) slot the snaps at slot and flanker. If Sammy is out you can take a flyer on Hardman but, if he’s healthy, it’s hard to trust him. 

RB: This backfield officially belongs to the rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire. If you took that risk, it’s looking like it paid off. 

TE:  Kelce played on 61 pass plays - he ran 60 routes and blocked on 1 pass play. That’s why he’s the best. He is the focal point of this offense.   


Team Snaps   73  
    Snaps Snap %
Jonathan Taylor RB 49 67.1%
Jordan Wilkins RB 17 23.3%
Nyheim Hines RB 9 12.3%
Michael Pittman Jr. WR 67 91.8%
Zach Pascal WR 59 80.8%
T.Y. Hilton WR 42 57.5%
Daurice Fountain WR 15 20.5%
Ashton Dulin WR 6 8.2%
Parris Campbell WR 2 2.7%
Mo Alie-Cox TE 49 67.1%
Noah Togiai TE 37 50.7%

WR: They may have been cautious last week but this week they made it clear - rookie Michael Pittman Jr. is the team’s starting split end. Pittman played the most snaps of any position player lining up opposite of TY Hilton. Zach Pascal picked up the slack left by Parris Campbell at slot. We don’t know how long Campbell will be out but it will certainly be more than a few games after being placed on IR. Pittman’s upside interests us. 

RB: After playing 39 snaps and looking tremendous in week 1, Nyheim Hines took a distant back see to Jonathan Taylor playing only 9 snaps. It seems like the Colts are willing to let the rookies run wild and see what they have. 

TE:  With Jack Doyle out, Mo Allie Cox took over the passing tight end role and did an admiral job with 5 catches for 111 yards. If Doyle is out he could be worth a dart throw start but it will be it’s difficult to trust a guy who has spent the vast majority of his career as a blocker. 


Team Snaps   75  
    Snaps Snap %
Myles Gaskin RB 49 65.3%
Matt Breida RB 16 21.3%
Jordan Howard RB 8 10.7%
DeVante Parker WR 66 88.0%
Preston Williams WR 61 81.3%
Isaiah Ford WR 48 64.0%
Jakeem Grant WR 10 13.3%
Lynn Bowden Jr. WR 4 5.3%
Mack Hollins WR 1 1.3%
Mike Gesicki TE 41 54.7%
Durham Smythe TE 35 46.7%

WR: This one is at least clear which is nice - Preston Williams and DeVante Parker on the outside with Isaiah Ford rotating in the slot with Mike Gesicki . Chan Gailey’s offense focuses heavily on slot so it’s not surprising to see the targets going to Gesicki and Ford in the early going. Parker is worth a start but Preston Williams is likely going to be a touchdown dependent flyer given his spot on the target totem pole.  

RB: Myles Gaskin semed to emerge as the every down back on this team, outsnapping every other running back by 30+ snaps and leading snaps in all phases. Jordan Howard and Matt Breida look like fill-ins for short yardage or passing downs respectively - when Gaskins needs a breather.

TE:  Mike Gesicki once again played the vast majority of his snaps from the slot but the Bills don’t have a Joejuan Williams like the Patriots do so he was ability to capitalize for a breakout game. Through 2 weeks Gesicki has played almost 80% of his snaps from the slot - he’s a slot WR you can play at tight end. Go get him. 


Team Snaps   74  
    Snaps Snap %
Miles Sanders RB 55 74.3%
Boston Scott RB 13 17.6%
Corey Clement RB 3 4.1%
Jalen Reagor WR 60 81.1%
DeSean Jackson WR 55 74.3%
JJ Arcega-Whiteside WR 16 21.6%
Greg Ward WR 13 17.6%
John Hightower WR 7 9.5%
Zach Ertz TE 67 90.5%
Dallas Goedert TE 63 85.1%

WR: Rookie Jalen Reagor led the team in snaps then promptly injured his thumb and landed on IR. DeSean Jackson will be outside and it seems like J.J. Arcega-Whiteside will be opposite him with Greg Ward working in the slot with Zach Ertz . Might be time to stash Alshon Jeffrey now that he’s returned to practice. 

RB: In his triumphant return, Miles Sanders took the lead of this backfield and hardly relinquished it, playing 56 offensive snaps to only 13 for Boston Scott . Miles Sanders owners rejoice. 

TE:  As expected, Dallas Goedert came back down to earth a bit this week despite playing additional snaps in the slot compared to the previous week (22 this week vs. 14 last week). Zach Ertz played his typical 60% of snaps lined up as a receiver. As long as Ertz is there, Goedert will have his ceiling capped a bit as he’s the one that’s asked to block on pass plays when needed (5 for Geodert vs 2 for Ertz). There has yet to be a game where Zach Ertz is asked to block more than Dallas Goedert in any capacity so the rumors of “Dallas Goedert surpassing Zach Ertz ” are unfounded - for fantasy football purposes at least. 


Team Snaps   75  
    Snaps Snap %
Todd Gurley RB 48 64.0%
Brian Hill RB 15 20.0%
Ito Smith RB 11 14.7%
Calvin Ridley WR 63 84.0%
Russell Gage WR 62 82.7%
Julio Jones WR 59 78.7%
Brandon Powell WR 10 13.3%
Olamide Zaccheaus WR 16 21.3%
Christian Blake WR 9 12.0%
Hayden Hurst TE 49 65.3%
Luke Stocker TE 29 38.7%

WR: Just like last week, it was Julio/Ridley/Gage. Beautiful thing. Julio Jones did suffer a hamstring injury and, if he can’t go, that would bring Olamide Zaccheaus into the fold.

RB: Todd Gulrey dominated the snaps here as well. This is what we like to see for fantasy football. High powered, heavily consolidated offenses. 

TE:  In our Week 1 TE Coach DFS article we had Hayden Hurst as a fade. In week 2 we had him as a start. Why?  The over/under in that game was 54 points and the Cowboys just lost Leighton Vander-Esch. In most games though, Hurst is too far down the target totem pole to be a high end asset for your team. If Julio is out this week and Hurst does well again, it could be a big sell-high window. Right now may be the best time to make that move. There is too much data suggesting tight ends need to be the focal point of the offense to be high end fantasy assets. 


Team Snaps   65  
    Snaps Snap %
Dion Lewis RB 57 87.7%
Saquon Barkley RB 8 12.3%
Darius Slayton WR 58 89.2%
Golden Tate WR 40 61.5%
Damion Ratley WR 27 41.5%
Sterling Shepard WR 15 23.1%
CJ Board WR 11 16.9%
Evan Engram TE 63 96.9%
Kaden Smith TE 31 47.7%

WR: Sterling Shepard suffered one of the least predictable injuries in terms of recovery - the dreaded turf toe. He lands on IR so he’ll miss the next three weeks but it’s hard to gauge how effective he might in his return. Darius Slay ton maintained his outside role while Golden Tate featured in the slot. The rest of the slack was picked up sporadically by guys like Damion Ratley and C.J. Board . It likely won’t be one guy that jumps in and takes over those snaps but a mix of players and tight ends. 

RB: With Saquon Barkley done for the season, this up coming week is one of the most interesting to watch. They signed Devonta Freeman who is the best bet for production long term but who knows what shape he’s in and how long it will take him to get up to speed. Wayne Gallman w as a healthy scratch last week and they immediately signed another player so it’s likely Dion Lewis vs. Freeman for touches. 

TE: It took him awhile to get going on the stat sheet but, in terms of usage, Engram was out there nearly every play as always. Through two weeks he now leads the league in routes run. And with the Sterling Shepard injury, Engram played 16 snaps split out wide at WR after only playing 4 in the first week. Engram is a guy that you can likely start every week given his floor. 


Team Snaps   75  
    Snaps Snap %
James Robinson RB 38 50.7%
Dare Ogunbowale RB 12 16.0%
Chris Thompson RB 31 41.3%
D.J. Chark WR 59 78.7%
Keelan Cole WR 51 68.0%
Laviska Shenault WR 43 57.3%
Chris Conley WR 34 45.3%
Collin Johnson WR 8 10.7%
Tyler Eifert TE 45 60.0%
James O’Shaugnessy TE 35 46.7%

WR: As we saw week 1, DJ Chark was out wide, Keelan Cole in the slot, and Laviska Shenault on the other side. Chris Conley may be the captain but he must be more of a locker room presence as his usage on field is sporadic. That said, with Chark out in week 3 he should get a better chance to show what he can do. 

RB: Despite playing more snaps this week in a losing situation (31 snaps with 27 on pass downs) this is James Robinson’s backfield. Robinson is worth a start in most formats though that Jags aren’t likely to be running over most teams. 

TE:  Tyler Eifert is clearly the pass catching tight end - O’Shaugnessy played 18 pass snaps and blocked on 7 of them. Eifert is more of a DFS play than a weekly starter given what we expect from one of the league’s worst offenses. 


Team Snaps   65  
    Snaps Snap %
Frank Gore RB 37 56.9%
Lamical Perine RB 9 13.8%
Kalen Ballage RB 8 12.3%
Chris Hogan WR 59 90.8%
DeAndre Brown WR 21 32.3%
Braxton Berrios WR 46 70.8%
Josh Malone WR 42 64.6%
Breshad Perriman WR 20 30.8%
Chris Herndon TE 48 73.8%
Ryan Griffin TE 27 41.5%

WR: This WR corps is a mess injury-wise and it somehow got even worse with the injury to Bredhad Perriman. They are now missing Jamison Crowder , Breshad Perriman , and rookie Denzel Mims. Chris Hogan logged the most snaps but suffered a rib injury himself and has been limited in practice. Our best bet would be a lot of Chris Hogan outside with Braxton Berrios in the slot and Josh Malone on the other side. Probably best to stay away. 

RB: With LeVeon Bell on IR, Frank Gore carried the load with Perine, Ballage, and Adams all chipping in. Gore is the only one you can trust but worth keeping an eye on the youngsters to see if someone can flash. 

TE:  We’ve been saying it for years now but Adam Gase is terrible for fantasy tight ends. Chris Herndon played a ton and, one again, blocked on ton. He’s now played 60 pass snaps on the year and he’s blocked on 16 of them which is 26.6%. To put that in perspective, Travis Kelce has played 96 pass snaps and he’s blocked on 4 (4.2%). That’s why Chris Herndon isn’t “breaking out” but we told you that. Perhaps having literally no WRs will change Gase’s attitude a bit. 


Team Snaps   59  
    Snaps Snap %
D'Andre Swift RB 20 33.9%
Kerryon Johnson RB 19 32.2%
Adrian Peterson RB 15 25.4%
Marvin Jones WR 53 89.8%
Quintez Cephus WR 39 66.1%
Danny Amendola WR 33 55.9%
Marvin Hall WR 17 28.8%
Jamal Agnew WR 9 15.3%
T.J. Hockenson TE 41 69.5%
Jesse James TE 30 50.8%

WR: Quintez Cephus filled in admirably for Kenny Golladay but Golladay is expected back this week. Probably not worth owning Cephus but at least we know who is likely to carry the water if Golladay or Marvin Jones get hurt. Danny Amendola is your slot guy. 

RB: This backfield could not have a more annoying split. D’Andre Swift at least played 15 pass snaps to only 10 and 8 respectively for Kerryon Johnson and Adrian Peterson which makes him our preferred choice. 

TE:  Hockenson’s usage has been good so far though the team itself has struggled limiting his opportunities. He’s caught every target thrown his way so far so maybe the return of Kenny Golladay in a high powered battle with the Cardinals will shake things up a bit for the Lions offense.  


Team Snaps   84  
    Snaps Snap %
Aaron Jones RB 35 41.7%
Jamaal Williams RB 31 36.9%
Tyler Ervin RB 28 33.3%
Allen Lazard WR 61 72.6%
Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR 46 54.8%
Davante Adams WR 38 45.2%
Malik Taylor WR 15 17.9%
Robert Tonyan TE 44 52.4%
Marcedes Lewis TE 33 39.3%

WR: Davante Adams is THE guy when healthy but he was not safe from Bloody Sunday either and is now in danger of missing week 3. If he does miss it, that would be a boost for Allen Lazard and Marquez Valdes-Scantling with Malik Taylor potentially being a dart throw DFS play. 

RB: The snaps may look split between the running backs but in reality it was all Aaron Jones . Jamaal Williams played his normal pass snaps and helped with mop up duty while Tyler Ervin was relegated to special teams. Even rookie AJ Dillon briefly saw the field. He’s still a stash in dynasty but has little value in seasonal leagues. 

TE:  As we discussed last week, Robert Tonyan is getting decent snaps but he’s not really getting the looks. Don’t let the touchdown this week fool you.


Team Snaps   73  
    Snaps Snap %
Christian McCaffrey RB 47 64.4%
Trenton Cannon RB 10 13.7%
Mike Davis RB 24 32.9%
D.J. Moore WR 65 89.0%
Robby Anderson WR 54 74.0%
Curtis Samuel WR 51 69.9%
Seth Roberts WR 19 26.0%
Pharoh Cooper WR 6 8.2%
Brandon Zylstra WR 4 5.5%
Ian Thomas TE 40 54.8%
Chris Manhertz TE 36 49.3%

WR: DJ Moore and Robby Anderson on the outside with Curtis Samuel in the slot. Nice consolidated snap share. Beautiful. 

RB: Maybe we jinxed it last week talking about how CMC consistently has a huge snap share but he too will be doing an IR stint. It was Mike Davis taking over in the backfield and, based on the way we’ve seen them operate, he should get the bulk of the work until CMC returns. Trenton Cannon is the next man up after him. 

TE:  Ian Thomas was in on 33 pass plays and ran 33 routes while Chris Manhertz played 19 pass plays and ran 10 routes. Thomas would be the guy if there were enough targets to go around. With CMC banged up, he’s in the mix for more looks and could be one more injury away from startable in some formats. . 


Team Snaps   72  
    Snaps Snap %
Rex Burkhead RB 51 70.8%
Sony Michel RB 15 20.8%
J.J. Taylor RB 1 1.4%
Damiere Byrd WR 62 86.1%
N'Keal Harry WR 61 84.7%
Matt Slater WR 23 31.9%
Julian Edelman WR 52 72.2%
Jakobi Meyers WR 8 11.1%
Ryan Izzo TE 70 97.2%
Devin Asiasi TE 10 13.9%

WR: Surprisingly consolidated for the Patriots - looks like you will have Harry and Byrd on the outside with Edelman in the slot. Edelman is the go to guy as usual better a better game from N’Keal Harry after Cam Newton had his back regarding last week’s fumble. Damiere Byrd you can skip.

RB: I’m sure by now we’ve all heard about the incident with James White and his family. Rex Burkhead took the bulk of the pass down snaps in his place. Sony Michel as an early down plodder is a difficult start given Cam’s own running ability in short yard situations. 

TE:  Ryan Izzo played nearly all the snaps and basically acted as an additional offensive lineman. No Patriots TE worth owning at this point. 


Team Snaps   80  
    Snaps Snap %
Josh Jacobs RB 53 66.3%
Jalen Richard RB 17 21.3%
Devontae Booker RB 11 13.8%
Henry Ruggs III WR 49 61.3%
Bryan Edwards WR 49 61.3%
Hunter Renfrow WR 40 50.0%
Zay Jones WR 18 22.5%
Nelson Agholor WR 15 18.8%
Darren Waller TE 74 92.5%
Derek Carr ier TE 20 25.0%

WR:  The Raiders were one of the teams hit hardest by injury woes. Both Henry Ruggs and Bryan Edwards were dinged up on the WR front. Ruggs is already ruled out but Edwards is likely to suit up. It should be Edwards on the outside with Hunter Renfrow in the slot. Zay Jones will likely pick up some snaps on the outside opposite Edwards.

RB: Josh Jacobs is officially listed as questionable but it’s looking more and more like he will suit up. Jalen Richard will likely play some extra pass down snaps either way. 

TE:  Darren Waller is also banged up but he too is looking like a go. He’s facing the Patriots defense which is one of the more difficult ones for tight ends so you may want to start someone else if you have the option either way. 


Team Snaps   69  
    Snaps Snap %
Malcolm Brown RB 37 53.6%
Xavier Jones RB 13 18.8%
Darrell Henderson RB 29 42.0%
Cooper Kupp WR 59 85.5%
Robert Woods WR 59 85.5%
Josh Reynolds WR 42 60.9%
Nsimba Webster WR 13 18.8%
Van Jefferson WR 26 37.7%
Tyler Higbee TE 59 85.5%
Gerald Everett TE 30 43.5%

WR: This game we saw more of what we expected coming in - Robert Woods and Josh Reynolds mostly on the outside with Cooper Kupp in the slot (17 slot snaps to 12 for Woods). Van Jefferson came in sporadically but that usage makes him a difficult start in most formats. Both he and Reynolds seemingly need an injury to Woods or Kupp to have relevance. 

RB: With rookie Cam Akers already ruled out for week 3 with separated rib cartilage, Malcolm Brown can continue his quest to be the Rams “hot hand” running back. Darrell Henderson sprinkled in on 10 pass plays and 12 run plays but he’s not getting enough usage for a fantasy start at this point. 

TE: Despite only playing on 24 pass snaps and blocking on 7 of them, Tyler Higbee scored 2 touchdowns from within the 5 yard line and another from about 20 yards out. With his lack of speed and lack of high volume, he is a touchdown dependent start but, as of now, Goff seems to really like him in those situations. Gerald Everett played on 30 snaps and blocked on a surprisingly large number of them so he is irrelevant for the time being.


Team Snaps   65  
    Snaps Snap %
Mark Ingram RB 27 41.5%
Gus Edwards RB 20 30.8%
J.K. Dobbins RB 20 30.8%
Miles Boykin WR 48 73.8%
Marquise Brown WR 44 67.7%
Willie Snead WR 41 63.1%
James Proche WR 3 4.6%
Devin Duvernay WR 6 9.2%
Nick Boyle TE 51 78.5%
Mark Andrews TE 38 58.5%

WR: The Ravens showed a little bit of consolidation at the wide receiver position for once - Marquise Brown , Willie Snead , and Miles Boykin played a bulk of the snaps. As of now only Brown is startable in fantasy given the way that offense operates but this consolidation could yield additional options if it keeps up. 

RB:  Ingram received the most snaps but this one is looking to be a bit of a guessing game. It looks like Mark Ingram will get the first look with Dobbins spelling him where needed on passing downs and Edwards coming in for some run plays. Ingram and Dobbins are worth coin flip starts if you need them but the QB also takes a lot of the carries himself. 

TE: Nick Boyle did what he does playing more snaps than any position player while blocking on 33 of 51. Mark Andrews is the guy you want even if he had a bit of a down week. 


Team Snaps   74  
    Snaps Snap %
Alvin Kamara RB 41 55.4%
Latavius Murray RB 16 21.6%
Ty Montgomery RB 6 8.1%
Tre'quan Smith WR 53 71.6%
Emmanuel Sanders WR 47 63.5%
Deonte Harris WR 31 41.9%
Marquez Callaway WR 13 17.6%
Bennie Fowler WR 4 5.4%
Jared Cook TE 39 52.7%
Josh Hill TE 22 29.7%

WR: With Michael Thomas out it was Emmanuel Sanders and Tre’Quan Smith on the outsides with  Deonte Harris manning the slot. Smith looked the best of the two if you need someone to start while you wait for Michael Thomas to return. 

RB: Alvin Kamara is the guy. 

TE: Jared Cook is the guy right now and he’s not being asked to pass block on a single pass play. If anything were to happen to him, rookie Adam Trautman is waiting in the wings though, when both Thomas and Kamara are healthy, targets are thin for everyone else. 

Taysom Hill In true Taysom Hill fashion, he played 2 snaps at quarterback, 2 snaps in the backfield, 3 snaps at inline tight end, 5 in the slot, 2 at wide receiver, 3 on punt coverage and 2 on punt return. Keep doing what you do, football man. 


Team Snaps   63  
    Snaps Snap %
Chris Carson RB 40 63.5%
Carlos Hyde RB 15 23.8%
Travis Homer RB 8 12.7%
DK Metcalf WR 63 100.0%
Tyler Lockett WR 60 95.2%
David Moore WR 32 50.8%
Freddie Swain WR 12 19.0%
Greg Olsen TE 45 71.4%
Will Dissly TE 31 49.2%

WR: Through two weeks now Tyler Lockett has run 61% of his routes snaps from the slot with 44. With DK Metcalf operating on the outside, that leaves David Moore to spit snaps with the tight ends. There isn’t enough action there for it to matter as of now but Moore is likely the next guy up with an injury to Metcalf or Lockett. 

RB: Chris Carson once again dominated the snaps for running back with Carlos Hyde only playing 15. Carson is at least an RB2 or flex wherever you have him. 

TE:  Greg Olsen logged 23 snaps at the slot this week so he’s the one rotating with Tyler Lockett int here. Will Dissly is a little banged up but Olsen is the guy you want regardless.


Team Snaps   65  
    Snaps Snap %
James Conner RB 50 76.9%
Benny Snell RB 10 15.4%
Jaylen Samuels RB 5 7.7%
JuJu Smith-Schuster WR 59 90.8%
Diontae Johnson WR 54 83.1%
James Washington WR 31 47.7%
Chase Claypool WR 24 36.9%
Ray-Ray McCloud WR 6 9.2%
Eric Ebron TE 50 76.9%
Vance McDonald TE 36 55.4%

WR: Diontae Johnson and JuJu Smith-Schuster once again dominated the wide receiver snaps playing nearly the full game. Despite a monster touchdown, Chase Claypool was actually outnsapped by James Washington 31 to 24. If you look closely, only 13 of Claypools snaps were pass plays with them using the big bodied receiver to block on 11 run plays. If his usage increases maybe he can become relevant but as of now he’s simply not getting enough time. 

RB: The reports about a high ankle sprain did nothing to slow down James Conner . In fact, he took an even bigger snap share this week than he was on pace for last week. It’s all James Conner for the foreseeable future. 

TE: Ebron played a bigger snap share in general and he played 31 pass snaps (0 pass blocking) to 21 for Vance McDonald (3 pass blocking). There might not be enough touches for Ebron but he’s the guy to own if you must own one. 


Team Snaps   59  
    Snaps Snap %
David Johnson RB 56 94.9%
Buddy Howell RB 16 27.1%
Cullen Gillaspia RB 11 18.6%
Brandin Cooks WR 53 89.8%
Randall Cobb WR 40 67.8%
Will Fuller WR 37 62.7%
Kenny Stills WR 28 47.5%
DeAndre Carter WR 10 16.9%
Keke Coutee WR 5 8.5%
Jordan Akins TE 49 83.1%
Darren Fells TE 24 40.7%

WR: Brandin Cooks has a quad that is acting up but should be a go for this weekend meaning it will be Cooks and Fuller on the outside with Cobb in the slot. If Cooks is somehow downgraded, Kenny Stills would step in but he’s also dealing with a non-COVID illness. 

RB:  Duke Johnson was out with an ankle last week leaving all the work to David Johnson . Even when Duke Johnson is healthy, David Johnson is looking like a solid start every week. 

TE: Jordan Akins appears to be running away with this tight end gig - this week he played double the snaps of Darren Fells . Watson spreads the ball out a little too much for our liking but Akins is a decent DFS or deep league player. 


Team Snaps   62  
    Snaps Snap %
Derrick Henry RB 44 71.0%
Jeremy McNichols RB 11 17.7%
Senorise Perry RB 2 3.2%
Corey Davis WR 50 80.6%
Adam Humphries WR 34 54.8%
Cameron Batson WR 34 54.8%
Kalif Raymond WR 28 45.2%
Nick Westbrook WR 6 9.7%
Jonnu Smith TE 54 87.1%
MyCole Pruitt TE 21 33.9%

WR: Corey Davis played pretty much the whole game outside and managed to catch a touchdown. In the absence of AJ Brown, the rest of the snaps were split between Cameron Batson , Kalif Raymond , and Adam Humphries (who operated mostly out the slot). This team doesn’t pass enough to support much beyond Brown when healthy and possibly Davis.

RB: Derrick Henry is obviously the guy though he has never been much of a threat in the passing game and logged no catches this week. Jeremy McNichols is the next biggest threat in the passing game and he’s not threatening whatsoever. 

TE:   After only blocking on 3 pass plays last week, Jonnu reverted to his old ways a bit, blocking on 20% of his pass plays this week. This type of usage isn’t ideal but it was masked by a 63 yard play and a couple close range touchdowns. But without that completely blown coverage on the big catch and run, it would have been a typical 20 yard day for Jonnu. He’s looking like a boom/bust guy in an offense that would rather not pass if they can avoid it. 


Team Snaps   54  
    Snaps Snap %
Dalvin Cook RB 43 79.6%
Mike Boone RB 5 9.3%
Alexander Mattison RB 10 18.5%
Adam Thielen WR 48 88.9%
Olabisi Johnson WR 42 77.8%
Dan Chisena WR 17 31.5%
Justin Jefferson WR 29 53.7%
K.J. Osborn WR 13 24.1%
Tajae Sharpe WR 9 16.7%
Kyle Rudolph TE 38 70.4%
Irv Smith Jr. TE 35 64.8%

WR: Adam Thielen and Olabisi Johnson were both featured on the outside with Justin Jefferson mixing in at the slot with the tight ends. As of now, only Thielen is viable in a low volume attack. 

RB: Dalvin Cook regained the snap share this week playing 43 offensive snaps to only 10 for Alexander Mattison. He’s an every week guy.

TE: The split between Kyle Rudolph and Irv Smith Jr. was pretty much the same as last week - right down the middle for routes (10 vs 20), pass block (3 vs 2), and run block (16 vs 13). If either of them were to become relevant it would almost certainly take an injury to the other and even then there might not be enough targets. 

Washington Football Team

Team Snaps   66  
    Snaps Snap %
Antonio Gibson RB 43 65.2%
J.D. McKissic RB 29 43.9%
Peyton Barber RB 1 1.5%
Terry McLaurin WR 62 93.9%
Steven Sims WR 60 90.9%
Dontrelle Inman WR 45 68.2%
Antonio Gandy-Golden WR 5 7.6%
Cam Sims WR 4 6.1%
Logan Thomas TE 60 90.9%
Marcus Baugh TE 15 22.7%

WR: Terry McLaurin played nearly the entire game outside once again while Steven Sims was the second wide receiver, playing 49 snaps in the slot (played 44 last week). The big Dontrelle Inman played split end in three wide receiver sets but doesn’t look to factor in much. 

RB: So much for “easing him in”. Antonio Gibson claimed a huge chunk of the backfield this week and flashed enough to keep it. How good he will be depends on how good the offense can manage to be but he’s worth holding onto and potentially starting where you need him. 
Logan Thomas once again played a monster snap share but this time they didn’t even pretend to have him play tight end - he only played 8 in-line tight end snaps. He played 44 snaps at slot and 7 at WR, once again getting 8 targets. This guy has the exact usage you see in a breakout tight end so hang onto him where you can.