Hidden Stat Line: Targets, Routes & Snaps from Week 17

Hidden Stat Line: Targets, Routes & Snaps from Week 17

This article is part of our Hidden Stat Line series.

We'll focus analysis on the 14 playoff teams, while the other 18 will get a closer look in a year-end recap edition of Hidden Stat Line later this month.

Week 17 Leaderboards

 Wide Receivers

 SnapsTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/DB1/2 PPR Points
1Emmanuel Sanders64%1344.8%85270.7716.80
2Tyler Lockett89%1443.8%91370.9727.00
3Marquise Brown58%842.1%86180.7518.60
4A.J. Brown90%1140.7%128270.9326.10
5Corey Davis83%1140.7%150250.866.40
6Brandin Cooks95%1640.0%229420.9834.10
7Sterling Shepard85%1040.0%112250.9329.60
8DeAndre Hopkins91%1037.0%122280.905.50
9Antonio Brown84%1436.8%111370.8831.30
10Marvin Jones91%1135.5%196300.9434.00
11Darnell Mooney60%1331.7%?260.5814.80
12Justin Jefferson80%1232%104390.9117.80
13DJ Moore84%1130.6%225360.8812.60
14Curtis Samuel71%1130.6%111300.7315.60
15A.J. Green79%630.0%67170.810.00
16Calvin Ridley90%1229.3%75420.936.60
17DK Metcalf88%928.1%13370.973.60
18Terry McLaurin81%827.6%41340.9713.50
19T.Y. Hilton65%726.9%100230.8512.20
20Russell Gage85%1126.8%85380.8020.70
21Chase Claypool52%1125.6%213270.6018.60
22Davante Adams89%625.0%35220.8513.60
23Isaiah McKenzie91%924.3%108360.9227.50
24DeVante Parker92%1423.7%140550.9215.10
25Mike Williams58%723.3%95240.6919.80
26Jakobi Meyers100%723.3%53341.0015.26
27Jarvis Landry74%623.1%29240.7713.90
28Demarcus Robinson89%722.6%55310.948.80
29Chris Conley80%922.5%78420.8812.20
30Laviska Shenault69%922.5%82320.6721.60
31Trent Sherfield77%622.2%76270.876.40
32Amari Cooper98%920.5%63520.987.10
33Lynn Bowden94%1220.3%53550.928.98
34Hunter Renfrow75%720.0%36370.903.90
35Byron Pringle85%619.4%46290.8813.20
36Mohamed Sanu45%619.4%125160.502.60
37Robby Anderson68%719.4%117340.835.50
38Robert Woods99%718.9%30380.905.60
39JuJu Smith-Schuster83%818.6%49410.9115.50
40Chris Godwin88%718.4%139350.8327.80
41Breshad Perriman89%618.2%95340.929.90
42Michael Gallup95%818.2%81520.986.90
43Keke Coutee61%717.5%71260.6012.00
44Keelan Cole69%717.5%63340.713.80
45Jerry Jeudy80%717.5%66380.8624.50
46Cam Sims100%517.2%18351.006.80
47Quez Watkins54%517.2%35200.561.10
48Kendrick Bourne82%617.1%42320.8010.10
49Allen Lazard78%416.7%31200.772.70
50Josh Reynolds75%616.2%31340.814.90
51Darius Slayton88%416.0%86260.963.20
52CeeDee Lamb75%715.9%37420.797.10
53Zach Pascal83%415.4%52271.005.10
54DaeSean Hamilton86%615.0%88380.862.80
55Tyler Boyd95%315.0%21200.951.70
56Alex Erickson86%315.0%8180.861.50
57Richie James77%514.3%70340.858.10
58Marquez Callaway73%413.8%38280.806.60
59Jalen Guyton70%413.3%91280.800.00
60Adam Thielen95%513.2%40420.987.70
61Marquez Valdes-Scantling48%312.5%?120.4616.10
62Tyrie Cleveland31%512.5%45110.256.50
63Allen Robinson95%512.2%47410.914.70
64Jamison Crowder67%412.1%18300.815.10
65Isaiah Ford76%711.9%111490.825.20
66Rashard Higgins71%311.5%45220.716.50
67Nelson Agholor65%411.4%111260.636.20
68Greg Ward71%310.3%6300.831.70
69J.J. Arcega-Whiteside60%310.3%49200.565.00
70Chad Hansen94%410.0%39400.932.60
71Damiere Byrd62%310.0%47230.681.60
72Diontae Johnson86%49.3%103400.8911.10
73Michael Pittman88%27.7%14250.934.00
74KeeSean Johnson93%27.4%0280.902.30
75N'Keal Harry89%26.7%?310.912.70

(There were some issues recording air yards this week, with stats for a few players clearly incorrect. I've included the numbers for most guys anyway, but I'm not sure they're reliable.)


Tight Ends

 SnapsTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes per Dropback1/2 PPR Points
1Mark Andrews57%736.8%43160.674.7
2Darren Waller87%1028.6%82350.8522.2
3Chris Herndon75%927.3%60260.7015.8
4George Kittle62%925.7%80280.7010.3
5Dalton Schultz98%1022.7%60500.9410.5
6Dawson Knox72%821.6%92260.673.9
7Logan Thomas100%620.7%18351.0011.2
8Zach Ertz90%620.7%29220.613.1
9Cole Kmet89%819.5%31320.715.6
10Deon Yelder83%619.4%53260.791.6
11Austin Hooper82%519.2%38190.6111.7
12David Njoku79%519.2%31240.772.3
13Gerald Everett67%718.9%111250.603.5
14Jared Cook31%517.2%50180.5112.3
15Mike Gesicki77%1017.0%106470.787.2
16Evan Engram76%416.0%42230.852.7
17Tyler Conklin71%615.8%33230.535.5
18Noah Fant90%615.0%33340.776.8
19Drew Sample72%315.0%11120.572.5
20Hayden Hurst68%614.6%30340.7610.8
21Vance McDonald88%614.0%8350.785.8
22Donald Parham52%413.3%17200.5711.2
23Pharaoh Brown61%512.5%35180.4213.3
24Jack Doyle65%311.5%5130.483.2
25Dan Arnold60%311.1%29240.776.1
26Tyler Higbee82%410.8%56260.625.6
27Rob Gronkowski67%410.5%33160.383.9
28Stephen Anderson61%310.0%10160.466.7
29Devin Asiasi54%310.0%48130.3810.9
30T.J. Hockenson68%39.7%17210.664
31Jacob Hollister63%39.4%14210.551.1
32Robert Tonyan61%28.3%6160.628.8
33Irv Smith79%37.9%46280.654
34Jonnu Smith58%27.4%10230.791.3
35Will Dissly75%26.3%12210.552.5
36Cameron Brate51%25.3%14200.481.6
37Adam Trautman64%13.5%-4120.341

Bold denotes Top 5 in a stat.


Game-by-Game Breakdowns

(Snap totals, snap shares, carries and targets come from pro-football-reference.com or NFL.com's game books. Data on dropbacks and routes run come from Pro Football Focus.)

Dolphins (26) at Bills (56)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Lynn Bowden94%1220.3%53550.928.98
DeVante Parker92%1423.7%140550.9215.10
Mike Gesicki77%1017.0%106470.787.20
Isaiah Ford76%711.9%111490.825.20



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Isaiah McKenzie91%924.3%108360.9227.50
Dawson Knox72%821.6%92260.673.90
Gabriel Davis59%513.5%105170.4417.70
Stefon Diggs48%821.6%76260.6711.10
John Brown47%410.8%68230.5915.20
  • Cole Beasley (knee) was inactive. McKenzie played 91% of snaps in the first half, more than Diggs (89%), Knox (89%) and Brown (86%).
  • Davis played only 26% of snaps in the first half, working behind McKenzie. The rookie then played every snap in the second half, drawing four of his five targets after the break.
  • Diggs and Brown handled three-down roles in the first half, before sitting out the second half. Brown showed no sign of limitation in his first game back from an ankle injury, getting 86% of snaps in the first half while catching four of four targets for 72 yards and a touchdown.
  • Knox played 88% of snaps through three quarters, but only 20% in the fourth quarter.
  • Knox played at least 55% of snaps in six straight games to close out the season, drawing four or more targets in each of his past five contests. He's a solid DFS choice for the playoffs, especially for any lineup that uses Josh Allen at QB.

Ravens (38) at Bengals (3)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Marquise Brown58%842.1%86180.7518.60
Mark Andrews57%736.8%43160.674.70
Miles Boykin50%210.5%5690.3810.80
Devin Duvernay41%15.3%660.252.20
Dez Bryant31%00.0%040.170.00
  • Willie Snead (ankle) didn't play. Duvernay picked up a bunch of the missing snaps but was targeted just once.
  • Baltimore closed out the regular season with five straight wins after Lamar Jackson returned from the COVID-19 list. In that stretch, Brown accounted for 31.7% target share and Andrews for 26.9%, while no other Raven got more than 9.6%.
  • Boykin's 10 targets over the past five games were third-most on the team. Last year's playoff matchup with Tennessee was Boykin's only NFL game with more than five targets (he caught three of seven for 26 yards).



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Tyler Boyd95%315.0%21200.951.70
Alex Erickson86%315.0%8180.861.50
A.J. Green79%630.0%67170.810.00
Drew Sample72%315.0%11120.572.50


Steelers (22) at Browns (24)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Vance McDonald88%614.0%8350.785.80
Diontae Johnson86%49.3%103400.8911.10
JuJu Smith-Schuster83%818.6%49410.9115.50
Chase Claypool52%1125.6%213270.6018.60
James Washington46%24.7%37150.330.00
  • Eric Ebron (reserve/COVID-19) was inactive for Week 17 due to being a close contact of CB Joe Haden, who tested positive for the coronavirus. Ebron should be back for the wild-card round unless he also tests positive at some point this week. Haden, on the other hand, isn't likely to be eligible.
  • Joshua Dobbs got some playing time, but Mason Rudolph accounted for 40 of the 45 dropbacks and played 86% of snaps.



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Austin Hooper82%519.2%38190.6111.70
David Njoku79%519.2%31240.772.30
Jarvis Landry74%623.1%29240.7713.90
Rashard Higgins71%311.5%45220.716.50
KhaDarel Hodge42%27.7%25120.393.50
Donovan Peoples-Jones21%311.5%1460.191.60
  • Harrison Bryant (reserve/COVID-19) was inactive, which led to Njoku getting season highs for snap share and targets. It isn't clear if the rookie tight end will be back for the rematch with Pittsburgh on wild-card weekend.


Vikings (37) at Lions (35)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Adam Thielen95%513.2%40420.987.70
Justin Jefferson80%1231.6%104390.9117.80
Irv Smith79%37.9%46280.654.00
Tyler Conklin71%615.8%33230.535.50
Chad Beebe25%37.9%29140.3311.40



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Marvin Jones91%1135.5%196300.9434.00
T.J. Hockenson68%39.7%17210.664.00
Quintez Cephus55%39.7%91150.4712.10
Jesse James48%13.2%-2110.340.70
Mohamed Sanu45%619.4%125160.502.60
Danny Amendola41%26.5%22150.471.10


Jets (14) at Patriots (28)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Breshad Perriman89%618.2%95340.929.90
Chris Herndon75%927.3%60260.7015.80
Jamison Crowder67%412.1%18300.815.10
Vyncint Smith46%26.1%27170.460.00
Ryan Griffin41%00.0%050.140.00
Denzel Mims29%26.1%34120.322.00



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Jakobi Meyers100%723.3%53341.0015.26
N'Keal Harry89%26.7% 310.912.70
Damiere Byrd62%310.0%47230.681.60
Devin Asiasi54%310.0%48130.3810.90
Dalton Keene46%26.7%11130.381.10


Cowboys (19) at Giants (23)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Dalton Schultz98%1022.7%60500.9410.50
Amari Cooper98%920.5%63520.987.10
Michael Gallup95%818.2%81520.986.90
CeeDee Lamb75%715.9%37420.797.10



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Darius Slayton88%416.0%86260.963.20
Sterling Shepard85%1040.0%112250.9329.60
Evan Engram76%416.0%42230.852.70
Kaden Smith57%14.0%160.222.10
Dante Pettis35%28.0%38120.4411.30


Falcons (27) at Buccaneers (44)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Calvin Ridley90%1229.3%75420.936.60
Russell Gage85%1126.8%85380.8420.70
Hayden Hurst68%614.6%30340.7610.80
Luke Stocker61%12.4%4160.361.80
Laquon Treadwell49%37.3%14220.492.50



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Chris Godwin88%718.4%139350.8327.80
Antonio Brown84%1436.8%111370.8831.30
Rob Gronkowski67%410.5%33160.383.90
Cameron Brate51%25.3%14200.481.60
Scott Miller42%37.9%54160.381.70
Tyler Johnson27%25.3%34140.332.10
Mike Evans16%410.5%4880.196.10
  • Evans injured his knee while trying to make a catch in the end zone in the first quarter. He got off to a fast start with 3/46/0 in the first quarter, and it likely would've been 4/57/1 if the knee injury hadn't distracted him from bringing in a TD.
  • If Evans misses the playoff game against Washington, it'll be his first absence of the season. He's dealt with a few injuries but managed to play all 16 games.
  • Brown got nine targets and seven catches in the fourth quarter, including three receptions for 10 yards on the final drive when Tampa could've just run out the clock.
  • Over the final four weeks of the season, Brown caught 25 of 32 targets (78%) for 315 yards (9.8 YPT) and four touchdowns. He may not be back at peak form, but he's still pretty darn good.


Saints (33) at Panthers (7)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Marquez Callaway73%413.8%38280.806.60
Emmanuel Sanders64%1344.8%85270.7716.80
Adam Trautman64%13.5%-4120.341.00
Lil'Jordan Humphrey36%13.5%15150.432.20
Taysom Hill33%13.5%480.2311.10
Jared Cook31%517.2%50180.5112.30
  • Cook played 43% of snaps before halftime, running a route on 10 of 18 dropbacks. He was losing a ton of work to Trautman for a stretch this season, but the veteran tight end came on strong over the final five weeks, averaging 3.0 catches for 43.8 yards and 0.6 TDs on 4.6 targets... very similar to his 2019 production on a per-game basis.
  • Cook ran a route on 63% of QB dropbacks over the final four weeks of the season, with 14.2% target share in that stretch. Sanders led the team with 22.1% target share and 77.8% route share over the final four weeks.
  • Callaway returned from IR for the final two weeks and got four targets in back-to-back games, playing 56% and 73% of snaps. He should be the No. 2 guy behind Sanders if Michael Thomas (ankle) and Tre'Quan Smith (ankle) aren't ready for the wild-card round.
  • However, the Saints do expect Thomas to return...



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
DJ Moore84%1130.6%225360.8812.60
Curtis Samuel71%1130.6%111300.7315.60
Robby Anderson68%719.4%117340.835.50
Ian Thomas66%38.3%28300.730.40


Packers (35) at Bears (16)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Davante Adams89%625.0%35220.8513.60
Allen Lazard78%416.7%31200.772.70
Robert Tonyan61%28.3%6160.628.80
Marquez Valdes-Scantling48%312.5% 120.4616.10
  • Valdes-Scantling scored a 72-yard TD, but his snap share was a season low. He's played less than 70% of snaps in three straight games, seeing just four targets and one carry during that stretch. Lazard got 12 targets over the final three games but didn't do much with them.
  • Adams finishes 2020 as the NFL leader in receiving touchdowns (18) and receiving yards per game (98.1). His 77.2% catch rate was second best among players with triple-digit targets, slightly behind Alvin Kamara (77.6%) and ahead of Cole Beasley (76.6%) and Stefon Diggs (76.5%).



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Allen Robinson95%512.2%47410.914.70
Cole Kmet89%819.5%31320.715.60
Darnell Mooney60%1331.7% 260.5814.80
Javon Wims55%24.9% 230.510.00
Anthony Miller52%24.9%10250.562.30
Jimmy Graham40%24.9%1150.331.50
  • The rookies, Kmet and Mooney, both finished with season highs for targets, while Robinson, Miller and Graham combined for only nine.
  • Mooney injured his ankle in the fourth quarter and was replaced by Wims thereafter. Prior to the fourth quarter, Mooney played 76% of offensive snaps and handled 42.9% target share.
  • Robinson got three of his five targets in the fourth quarter. Kmet saw just two of his eight in the final frame.
  • Graham didn't get much work even after Chicago abandoned the run. He got just 24% of snaps and three routes in the fourth quarter, while Kmet saw 95% and 11 routes.
  • Wims played 86% of snaps in the fourth quarter, which accounted for both his targets.
  • Wims could have a starting job if Mooney isn't ready for the playoffs. However, Wims was targeted on just 12 of 138 routes (8.7%) in the regular season, so Mooney's usual targets likely would be spread out among multiple players.


Titans (41) at Texans (38)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
A.J. Brown90%1140.7%128270.9326.10
Corey Davis83%1140.7%150250.866.40
Geoff Swaim65%00.0%070.240.00
Jonnu Smith58%27.4%10230.791.30
Cameron Batson24%00.0%090.310.00
Anthony Firkser14%27.4%1280.282.80
  • Brown and Davis both played 14 games this season. Brown finishes with 70/1075/11 on 106 targets, with Davis adding 65/984/5 on 92 targets.
  • Smith finishes the regular season as the team leader in red-zone targets (18), inside-the-10 targets (nine) and inside-the-five targets (seven). Brown was second in each category, with 13, eight and two respectively. Davis didn't see as much work in close, getting eight, three, and two targets in that range.
  • Firkser put up 8-113-1 the last time Houston and Tennessee played, taking advantage of Smith suffering an injury. This time, Firkser was quiet, finishing with two or fewer targets for a fourth straight week. It was also his fourth consecutive game playing one-quarter of snaps or less.
  • Smith ran a route on 70 percent of QB dropbacks over the final four weeks of the season. He averaged just four targets per game, but the route share was a nice step forward relative to his 49 percent mark through the first 12 games of the season.
  • Smith blocked on just 10% of pass snaps the past four weeks, down from 16% in Weeks 1-13, per PFF. In other words, not a big difference... the bigger change has been Firkser stealing less work on passing downs. (Smith played 51% of third-down snaps Weeks 1-13, before going up to 73% the past four weeks.)



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Brandin Cooks95%1640.0%229420.9834.10
Chad Hansen94%410.0%39400.932.60
Pharaoh Brown61%512.5%35180.4213.30
Keke Coutee61%717.5%71260.6012.00


Jaguars (14) at Colts (28)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Chris Conley80%922.5%78420.8812.20
Laviska Shenault69%922.5%82320.6721.60
Keelan Cole69%717.5%63340.713.80
Terry Godwin63%410.0%41310.655.00
Tyler Eifert55%25.0%13260.541.50
James O'Shaughnessy48%12.5%7170.351.50



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Michael Pittman88%27.7%14250.934.00
Zach Pascal83%415.4%52271.005.10
Jack Doyle65%311.5%5130.483.20
T.Y. Hilton65%726.9%100230.8512.20
Mo Alie-Cox42%00.0%040.150.00
Trey Burton30%00.0%090.330.00
  • The TE timeshare leaned toward Doyle again. He's played 55% or more of snaps in five straight games, averaging 2.6 catches for 27.4 yards on 3.0 targets.
  • Over those final five games, Burton averaged 1.0 catch for 7.4 yards on 1.8 targets, and Alie-Cox averaged 1.4 for 13.2 yards on 1.8 targets. So Doyle has been getting the most work, though Burton and Alie-Cox both had their moments of semi-relevance for fantasy this year.
  • Hilton played just two of 16 snaps in 12 personnel, while Pascal got 15 and Pittman took 14. The rookie hasn't been getting many targets, but his workload has been steady in terms of routes/snaps/formations, while Hilton and Pascal have seen inconsistent involvement for heavier personnel groupings.


Chargers (38) at Chiefs (31)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Jalen Guyton70%413.3%91280.800.00
Stephen Anderson61%310.0%10160.466.70
Tyron Johnson59%26.7%16220.634.50
Mike Williams58%723.3%95240.6919.80
Donald Parham52%413.3%17200.5711.20



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Demarcus Robinson89%722.6%55310.948.80
Byron Pringle85%619.4%46290.8813.20
Deon Yelder83%619.4%53260.791.60
Mecole Hardman60%26.5%-5210.641.50
Nick Keizer38%00.0%050.150.00
Gehrig Dieter38%26.5%15120.361.50


Raiders (32) at Broncos (31)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Darren Waller87%1028.6%82350.8522.20
Hunter Renfrow75%720.0%36370.903.90
Nelson Agholor65%411.4%111260.636.20
Henry Ruggs53%38.6%36220.543.30
Zay Jones38%25.7%42160.394.20
Bryan Edwards28%25.7%0150.3712.10



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Noah Fant90%615.0%33340.776.80
DaeSean Hamilton86%615.0%88380.862.80
Jerry Jeudy80%717.5%66380.8624.50
Nick Vannett39%00.0%070.160.00
Diontae Spencer36%25.0%9200.451.50
Tyrie Cleveland31%512.5%45110.256.50


Cardinals (7) at Rams (18)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
KeeSean Johnson93%27.4%0280.902.30
DeAndre Hopkins91%1037.0%122280.905.50
Trent Sherfield77%622.2%76270.876.40
Dan Arnold60%311.1%29240.776.10



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Robert Woods99%718.9%30380.905.60
Tyler Higbee82%410.8%56260.625.60
Josh Reynolds75%616.2%31340.814.90
Gerald Everett67%718.9%111250.603.50
Van Jefferson60%821.6%109280.677.00


Seahawks (26) at 49ers (23)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Tyler Lockett89%1443.8%91370.9727.00
DK Metcalf88%928.1%13370.973.60
Will Dissly75%26.3%12210.552.50
Jacob Hollister63%39.4%14210.551.10
David Moore40%13.1%-4120.321.00
Freddie Swain22%13.1%5470.180.00
  • This was Lockett's first game with more than nine targets or 67 yards since Week 7 when he dropped 15/200/3 on Arizona.
  • Lockett finished with 12/90/2, pushing his season line to 100/1,054/10. His 132 targets led Seattle, ever so slightly ahead of Metcalf (129).
  • Metcalf finishes at 83/1,303/10. An impressive breakout season, no doubt, but disappointing relative to his pace for most of the year. He finished with five straight games below 100 yards, drawing no more than nine targets in any of those contests.
  • Greg Olsen (foot) was inactive, after returning for Week 16. The Seahawks went back to their Hollister/Dissly split at tight end.
  • Moore and Swain continue to share the No. 3 WR role. Moore has the better part of it, but neither is likely to see more than two or three targets any give nweek.



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Kendrick Bourne82%617.1%42320.8010.10
Richie James77%514.3%70340.858.10
George Kittle62%925.7%80280.7010.30
Ross Dwelley46%25.7%17140.353.10
River Cracraft42%25.7%10230.582.70


Washington Football Team (20) at Eagles (14)


 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Cam Sims100%517.2%18351.006.80
Logan Thomas100%620.7%18351.0011.20
Terry McLaurin81%827.6%41340.9713.50
Steven Sims48%13.55220.632.90
  • McLaurin (ankle) returned from a one-week absence and scored a five-yard TD on the opening drive. He missed a few snaps, but only one of those was a pass play.
  • Over the final five weeks of the season, Cam Sims averaged 3.8 catches for 46.4 yards on 6.6 targets. That includes a 5/92/0 game against Pittsburgh in Week 13 with McLaurin also playing.
  • The six targets for Thomas were his fewest since Week 12. However, he scored double-digit PPR points for a sixth consecutive week, scoring his sixth TD of the year.
  • Thomas finished the regular season third among tight ends with 109 targets, but he was just seventh in yards (670) and seventh in fantasy points.



 Snap ShareTargetsTarget ShareAir YardsRoutesRoutes/dropback1/2 PPR Points
Zach Ertz90%620.7%29220.613.10
Greg Ward71%310.3%6300.831.70
J.J. Arcega-Whiteside60%310.3%49200.565.00
Quez Watkins54%517.2%35200.561.10
Travis Fulgham43%26.9%19160.442.00
Jalen Reagor28%13.5%1570.192.00
John Hightower18%26.9%6390.250.10


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Jerry Donabedian
Jerry was a 2018 finalist for the FSWA's Player Notes Writer of the Year and DFS Writer of the Year awards. A Baltimore native, Jerry roots for the Ravens and watches "The Wire" in his spare time.
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