RankNamePos.CompletionsTargetsComp %TDs
1 Cooper Kupp WR91752.941
2 Austin Ekeler RB151693.750
3 Will Fuller WR141687.53
4 Tyler Boyd WR101471.431
5 Michael Thomas WR111384.622
6 Amari Cooper WR101376.921
7 Michael Gallup WR71353.851
8 D.J. Chark WR81266.672
9 Evan Engram TE71258.330
10 Mike WilliamsWR612500
11 Dede Westbrook WR71163.640
12 Travis Kelce TE41136.360
13 Julian Edelman WR810801
14 Gerald Everett TE710700
15 Byron Pringle WR610601
16 Sterling Shepard WR510500
17 Chris Godwin WR7977.782
18 Allen Robinson WR7977.782
19 D.J. Moore WR7977.780
20 Larry Fitzgerald WR7977.780
21 Austin Hooper TE6966.670
22 Christian McCaffrey RB6966.671
23 Calvin Ridley WR5955.561
24 Leonard Fournette RB5955.560
25 Robert Woods WR5955.560
26 Diontae JohnsonWR5955.560
27 Adam Thielen WR7887.52
28 DeAndre Hopkins WR7887.50
29 Aaron Jones RB7887.50
30 Le'Veon Bell RB7887.50
31 George Kittle TE68751
32 James White RB68750
33 Zach Ertz TE68751
34 Alshon Jeffery WR68750
35 Josh Gordon WR5862.50
36 Demaryius Thomas WR48500
37 Terry McLaurin WR3837.50
38 Geronimo Allison WR28250
39 JuJu Smith-Schuster WR771001
40 Tarik Cohen RB6785.710
41 Mark Andrews TE6785.710
42 Anthony Miller WR5771.430
43 Chris Thompson RB5771.430
44 Keenan Allen WR4757.140
45 Courtland Sutton WR4757.141
46 Jared Cook TE4757.141
47 Mecole HardmanWR4757.140
48 KeeSean JohnsonWR3742.860
49 James Washington WR3742.860
50 Julio Jones WR3742.860
51 Ito Smith RB661000
52 Devonta Freeman RB661001
53 Dalvin Cook RB661000
54 Alvin Kamara RB661000
55 Mohamed Sanu WR5683.331
56 Damion WillisWR5683.330
57 Nyheim Hines RB5683.330
58 Melvin Gordon RB4666.670
59 Adam Humphries WR4666.670
60 Jarvis Landry WR4666.670
61 Golden Tate WR36500
62 Demarcus Robinson WR36500
63 Auden Tate WR36501
64 Randall Cobb WR36500
65 Odell Beckham WR2633.330
66 Marquez Valdes-Scantling WR1616.670
67 John Brown WR551000
68 Trevor Davis WR45800
69 Jack Doyle TE45800
70 T.J. Yeldon RB45800
71 Darius Slay tonWR45801
72 Darren Waller TE45800
73 T.Y. Hilton WR45800
74 Miles SandersRB45800
75 James O'Shaughnessy TE45800
76 Willie Snead WR45800
77 Foster MoreauTE45800
78 Dallas Goedert TE35600
79 Todd Gurley RB35600
80 Damien Williams RB35600
81 David JohnsonRB35600
82 Marquise Brown WR35601
83 Curtis Samuel WR35600
84 Dawson Knox TE25400
85 Tyler Eifert TE25400
86 Nelson Agholor WR15200
87 Hunter RenfrowWR15200
88 Phillip Lindsay RB441000
89 Will Dissly TE441000
90 Tyler Higbee TE441000
91 Mark Ingram RB441000
92 Tyler Lockett WR441001
93 Hayden Hurst TE441000
94 Tra Carson RB441000
95 Duke WilliamsWR441001
96 Marlon Mack RB34750
97 Chase Edmonds RB34750
98 Vance McDonald TE34750
99 Jaylen Samuels RB34750
100 Keke Coutee WR34750
101 Josh Jacobs RB34750
102 Jason Witten TE34750
103 Trey Quinn WR34750
104 Stefon Diggs WR34750
105 Marquise Goodwin WR34750
106 Josh Hill TE34750
107 Deebo SamuelWR24500
108 Jaron Brown WR24500
109 Corey Davis WR24500
110 Dion Lewis RB24500
111 Ezekiel Elliott RB24500
112 Brandin Cooks WR14250
113 Matt LaCosse TE14250
114 Robby Anderson WR14250
115 Cole Beasley WR331000
116 Royce Freeman RB331000
117 Giovani Bernard RB331000
118 Trey Burton TE331000
119 Jimmy Graham TE331000
120 Sony Michel RB331000
121 DeAndre Washington RB331000
122 Matt Breida RB331001
123 Steven SimsWR331000
124 D.K. MetcalfWR2366.671
125 Jamison Crowder WR2366.670
126 Darren Fells TE2366.672
127 Ronald Jones RB2366.670
128 O.J. Howard TE2366.670
129 Chris Carson RB2366.671
130 Ryan Izzo TE2366.671
131 Kyle Juszczyk FB2366.670
132 Dare Ogunbowale RB2366.670
133 Jeremy Sprinkle TE2366.670
134 Delanie Walker TE2366.670
135 Trent Sherfield WR1333.330
136 Chris Conley WR1333.330
137 Jarius Wright WR1333.330
138 Mo Alie-Cox TE1333.330
139 Dante Pettis WR1333.330
140 Eric Ebron TE1333.330
141 Mike Evans WR0300
142 Ross Dwelley TE221000
143 Jalen Richard RB221000
144 Frank Gore RB221000
145 C.J. Uzomah TE221000
146 LeSean McCoy RB221000
147 Latavius Murray RB221000
148 Pharoh Cooper WR221000
149 Ted Ginn WR221001
150 Derek Carr ierTE221000
151 A.J. BrownWR221000
152 Rashaad Penny RB221000
153 Paul Richardson WR221000
154 Elijhaa Penny RB221000
155 Derek Watt FB221000
156 Kendrick Bourne WR221000
157 Isaiah McKenzie WR221000
158 Marcedes Lewis TE221000
159 Jeff Heuerman TE12500
160 Russell Gage WR12500
161 Zach Pascal WR12500
162 Jake Kumerow WR12500
163 Jordan Akins TE12500
164 Jakobi MeyersWR12500
165 Travis Benjamin WR12500
166 Jonnu Smith TE12500
167 Mack Hollins WR12500
168 Jon HillimanRB12500
169 David Moore WR12501
170 Emmanuel Sanders WR12500
171 Stanley MorganWR12500
172 J.P. Holtz TE12500
173 Bobo Wilson WR12500
174 Marqise Lee WR12500
175 Demetrius Harris TE12500
176 Andre Patton WR0200
177 Greg Olsen TE0200
178 Deon Cain WR0200
179 Scott MillerWR0200
180 Cody Latimer WR0200
181 Damion Ratley WR0200
182 Tommy SweeneyTE0200
183 Noah FantTE111000
184 Kelvin HarmonWR111000
185 Maxx Williams TE111000
186 Cameron Brate TE111000
187 Gus Edwards RB111000
188 Rhett Ellison TE111000
189 Tavon Austin WR111000
190 Andrew BeckFB111000
191 Ryquell Armstead RB111000
192 Ryan Griffin TE111000
193 David Montgomery RB111000
194 Virgil Green TE111000
195 Peyton Barber RB111000
196 Alex Armah FB111000
197 Luke Willson TE111000
198 Irv SmithTE111000
199 Joe Mixon RB111000
200 Justin Hardy WR111000
201 Fred BrownWR111000
202 Lee Smith TE111001
203 Robert Tonyan TE111000
204 Geoff Swaim TE111000
205 Kyle Rudolph TE111000
206 Josh Reynolds WR111000
207 Duke Johnson RB111000
208 Tajae Sharpe WR111000
209 Nick Chubb RB111000
210 Brandon Bolden RB111001
211 D'Ernest JohnsonRB111000
212 Danny VitaleFB111000
213 C.J. Ham FB111000
214 Charles ClayTE111000

Target Breakdown

Cooper Kupp , WR LAR - Kupp continues to prove he is Goff's go to receiver as he was targeted 17 times in their Week 5 game against the Seahawks. Kupp now has a league leading 63 targets on the season while ranking second in receptions, just four behind Michael Thomas of the Saints. As long as he stays healthy, which has always been the problem, Kupp is on track to finish among the top five fantasy wide receivers this season.

Austin Ekeler , RB LAC - With Melvin Gordon active for Week 5 there were many owners of Ekeler who were worried about the hit in value that he was likely going to take....Whelp, those fears were put aside for at least one more week as Ekeler was targeted a ridiculous 16 times against the Broncos. He caught 15 of those 16 passes and now ranks 3rd in the NFL in receptions. Yes, that is correct, Ekeler ranks third among receivers and running backs in total catches with 39. Eventually Gordon is going to definitely take over the workload but there is no doubt that Ekeler has a role in this offense whether Gordon plays or not.

Dede Westbrook , WR JAX - For good reason there has been a lot of hype surrounding Jaguars receiver D.J. Chark but in Week 5 we saw both Chark and Westbrook have solid games. Westbrook saw a season high 11 targets, catching seven passes for 82 yards. I am thrilled to see that Minshew will continue to go to Westbrook here because occasionally you find the younger quarterbacks will focus too heavily on their top guy which is Chark at this point. Week 6 will be a very interesting game to watch when it comes to the Jaguars receivers as they play the Saints which should mean Marshon Lattimore covers Chark and that could leave a soft match up for Westbrook to thrive.

Gerald Everett , TE LAR - The Rams have a ton of talent at the receiver position in the aforementioned Kupp but also Brandin Cooks and Robert Woods so it has to surprise many that tight end Gerald Everett has been a target monster over the last two weeks, totaling 19 while hauling in 12 catches for 180 yards and a score. The Rams used a second round pick on Everett in the 2017 draft so the talent was certainly there to be this type of receiving threat. Though unlikely still floating around your league at this point, if he is, you should go pick him up.

Austin Hooper , TE ATL - Keeping with the tight ends, Austin Hooper saw nine more targets in Week 5 to give him 42 on the year which is just two less than Julio Jones . Hooper has been great converting those targets into receptions as his 34 catches rank him seventh in the NFL this season. Week 6 is going to present the ultimate tight end match up for Hooper as he faces a Cardinals team that, until last week, had been torched by tight ends all season long.

Geronimo Allison , WR GB - With Davante Adams on the sideline due to a foot injury we saw Allison lead the Packers with eight targets. He unfortunately was only able to convert those eight targets into two catches as the Packers passing attack really struggled once again. However, targets = oppurtunity and with Adams likely sitting out Week 6 again there is the upside for Allison here as he faces the Lions on Monday Night Football.

Mike Evans , WR TB - Evans found himself on Lattimore Island in Week 5 as he was targeted just three times and held to zero catches in the Bucs loss to the Saints. It has largely been a frustrating season for anybody owning the skill position players on Tampa Bay that is not named Chris Godwin who had seven catches on nine targets and two scores in this same game. Matching Evans with three targets was tight end O.J. Howard who at least managed two catches but still a very disappointing outing here.

Emmanuel Sanders , WR DEN - For the second time in three weeks Sanders put up a total dud performance for the Broncos as he was targeted just two times by Joe Flacco against the Chargers. There have been some swirling trade rumors surrounding Sanders as we approach the NFL trade deadline and I am sure he is not thrilled with his current involvement in the team's offense on a week-to-week basis given how productive he has shown to be when given the looks. If you haven't already had him on your radar, now is the time to look at DaeSean Hamilton if Denver is going to move on from Sanders.

Jamison Crowder , WR NYJ - So, Crowder only managed three targets in Week 5 but I am really bringing him up here because Sam Darnold is returning to the Jets in Week 6 after being sidelined with Mono for the past few weeks. Remember all the way back in Week 1? Seems so long ago I know but Crowder had 17 targets in that game as Darnold was very content with taking the underneath route. If Crowder is a free agent and you need a bye week fill-in then there is some intrigue here for me.

Sony Michel , RB NE - So, this is being written after the Patriots and Giants have already played their Week 6 contest and therefore we have even a little more data here to follow this trend and that trend is Sony Michel being involved in the passing attack. Michel was a solid pass catcher in college but that aspect of his game has been non-existent since entering the NFL however, in Week 5 he caught all three of his targets for 32 yards. In Week 6 he was targeted another three times, catching two of those for 27 yards. If Michel is going to be giving up 2-to-3 catches a game now that is going to be a big boost to his fantasy production in PPR leagues, especially since it doesn't seem like he is going to be getting the red zone carries anytime soon.