NFL Target Analysis: Week 13
Steve Pimental breaks down all of the data and brings you the Target Analysis Report for Week 13.
We talk all the time about the context of targets. Getting a ton of targets is great, but I’d rather have 89 targets from Dak Prescott than 109 targets from Ryan Finley or Andy Dalton . Context plays a big role in evaluating the targets from Week 13 as well. The weather limited the passing attack in the SF vs. BAL game, though it played less of a factor in GB vs. NYG than many anticipated. It may be tempted to hold Marquise Brown ’s two Week 13 targets against him, but I think that would be a mistake, given the context. Let’s look at the context for several other notable target numbers from last week and the entire season.
- Jack Doyle led the Colts with 11 targets in the first game with Eric Ebron on IR. He was second to Zach Pascal in receptions and yards, but he caught Jacoby Brissett ’s only touchdown. Doyle is a no-doubt fantasy starter the rest of the way, but we should know better than to trust Zach Pascal . Pascal had four catches for 43 yards...