NFL Snap Counts Report Week 13

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Snap counts tell us who is playing but they don’t always paint a clear picture of who is producing for our fantasy football lineups. By digging deep into the snap counts from Week 12, we are able to pull some interesting takeaways that can help us win moving forward.

NFL snap data courtesy: SportsData – Previous Weeks: Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4|Week 5|Week 6|Week 7|Week 8 |Week 9 |Week 10|Week 11|Week 12

(minimum 15 snaps in Week 13) 

SNAPS Total offensive snaps played by player.
SNAP % Percentage of offensive snaps played.
RUSH % Percentage of snaps played where player had a rushing attempt.
TGT % Percentage of snaps played where player was targeted by a pass attempt.
TOUCH % Percentage of snaps played where player touched the football (includes pass attempts, rush attempts and receptions).
FPTS Fantasy points scored by player.
PTS/100 SNAPS Average fantasy points scored by player per 100 snaps

Chase Edmonds has been designated to return from IR, which opens up a 21-day window for him to be activated. James Conner has dominated touches without Edmonds, logging 91% of Arizona’s backfield snaps last week. Edmonds out-snapped Conner in 6-of-7 games before his injury, often by a 60/40 ratio.

In two games since Clyde Edwards-Helaire returned, Kansas City has given 61 snaps to CEH and 62 snaps to Darrel Williams. However, Edwards-Helaire is dominating touches and should be viewed as a locked-in weekly RB2.

Sony Michel had an impressive performance filling in for Darrell Henderson. Michel logged a season-high 97% snap rate and was utilized (carries + targets) on 42.4% of his 66 snaps. Henderson has gotten some limited practice reps in this week but if he is unable to go, Michel should be viewed as an excellent RB2 with RB1 upside in Arizona.

Seattle’s backfield is one to watch and the potential return of Alex Collins only complicates things is a superb matchup. We like Adrian Peterson as the best bet to get goal-line reps against a has surrendered 12 total touchdowns to running backs in their last nine games.

The first game back for DeAndre Hopkins lacked volume but was successful. He played in just 74% of Arizona’s snaps but that was by design. Expect Nuk to see a boost in plays this week and get closer to the 90-plus percent snap share he played in the team’s first six games.

Amari Cooper was also limited to a season-low 24 snaps but that was due to lingering side effects from Covid. By all accounts, Cooper is over the virus now and should be good to ramp up his activity this week in Washington.

Laquon Treadwell continues to be an underrated asset that is probably still available on most league’s waiver wires. Since Jamal Agnew got hurt in Week 10, Treadwell had played over 85% of Jacksonville’s snaps and led the Jaguars’ receiving corps in fantasy points in back-to-back games.

Jaylen Guyton was one of Week 13’s big breakout players but he’s quietly been getting plenty of playing time for a while. Guyton has played over half of LA’s snaps in each of the past four games and could be in for a huge boost in targets versus the Giants if Keenan Allen and/or Mike Williams (reserve/COVID) are sidelined this week.

With Deonte Harris suspended, Lil’Jordan Humphrey looks like the best bet for a boost in snaps and targets in New Orleans. Humphrey drew just two targets last week but did get into the end zone. Humphrey averaged 28.5 snaps over the last two games but should be closer to 40 in a superb Week 14 matchup against an abysmal Jets’ secondary.

In the first game sans Deebo SamuelTrent Sherfield logged a team-high 98% snap share but only caught 2-of-5 targets for 16 scoreless yards. Brandon Aiyuk continues to be the only San Francisco wideout that should be on fantasy radars until Deebo is back in the lineup.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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