Edwards-Helaire (44% snap share) has been living off efficiency
the first two weeks. His 22 touches in two games have resulted
in 192 yards and 2 TDs. Unstainable. Jerick
McKinnon (47%) saw basically the same number of snaps with
(9%) a distant third.
saw his snap share jump from 49% in Week 1 to 63% in Week 2.
Something we anticipated with the Chargers have a divisional
game on a short week. However, three-headed RBBC is still active
Kelley (25%) and Sony
Michel (12%) also seeing action.
The Ravens running game outside of Lamar is non-existent.
Snaps were split between three running backs Justice
Hill (21), Mike
Davis (18), Kenyan
Drake (15) with Hill leading the group with 16 rushing yards.
Avoid this situation until J.K.
In a role reversal, Raheem
Mostert was the lead-back for the Dolphins playing 55% of
the snaps in Week 2 while Chase
Edmonds played on 51%. Mostert out-carried Edmonds 11-to-5.
This two-headed backfield may be hard to pinpoint moving forward.
Carter (59%) and Breece
Hall (45%) continue to operate as two-man committee for
the Jets. Hall (7-50-0, 1-10-1) was more efficient and productive
Almost an even snap share for Nick
Chubb (53%) and Kareem
Hunt (56%) this week but Chubb found the endzone three times.
Both RBs had at least 15 touches.
saw a 29% snap share for the Steelers in Week 2 leaving 71 percent
for Najee Harris.
Warren didn’t receive a carry or a target.
Building off Week 1, James
Robinson (45 snaps) continues to operate as the Jaguars
lead running back while Travis
Etienne (26 snaps) is the secondary option. Those wishing
for a role change for Etienne will continue to be disappointed.
Kamara (ribs) Inactive, Tony
Jones (34) played more snaps than Mark
Ingram (25). I wouldn’t be rushing out to pick up Jones
with Kamara likely back in action soon.
Washington played just two RBs on offense against the Lions.
(40 snaps) is a solid weekly RB2 option with J.D.
McKissic (34 snaps) having Flex value in PPR leagues.
Swift (51%) was used sparingly but the kid is so efficient
you can’t keep him out of your lineup. Jamaal
Williams (34%) will continue to see roughly 10-15 touches
Third-down RB Travis
Homer (45%) saw significant action for the Seahawks capping
any upside for Rashaad
Penny (41%) and Kenneth
Walker (25%). This could be a fantasy nightmare if Penny
and Walker continue to share early-down work. Seattle has run
the fewest plays in the league through two weeks.
As expected, Jeff
Wilson operated as the lead running back for the 49ers but
only played on 49% of the snaps. Tyrion
Davis-Price (40% - ankle) did see 14 carries against Seattle
but wasn’t used in the passing game. Kyle
Juszczyk’s usage increased from 37% in Week 1 to 53% in
After playing 82% of the snaps in Week 1, Darrell
Henderson played 57% in Week 2 while Cam
Akers got out of the doghouse(?) and played 44% of the snaps.
This will likely be a timeshare moving forward with both backs
having productive weeks that will be hard to forecast.
operated as the lead back for the Texans against the Broncos
with a 62% snap share. Rex
Burkhead played on 37% of the snaps and didn’t have a carry.
It seems like Burkhead’s Week 1 usage was an anomaly.
Williams out-snapped Melvin
Gordon 47-to-23 which is about we expected heading into
the season. Williams posted a 15-75-0, 1-10-0 line while Gordon
totaled 53 yards on 11 touches.
played on 72% of the snaps for the Raiders with Ameer
Abdullah (21%) and Zamir
White (9%) seeing limited action. Jacobs isn’t fantasy sexy
but the usage (20 touches) was encouraging.
(ankle) left this game early which led to a committee approach
Williams (46%) and Eno
Benjamin (43%). It seems like Conner will be back in Week
3 but this committee approach would likely be norm if Conner
was gone for an extended period of time.
Elliott played on 67% of the snaps which a slight increase
from his 55% in Week 1. Tony
Pollard (40%) was efficient with his touches (13) posting
a 9-43-1, 4-55-0 line.
The Green Bay running back usage was evenly split between
(40 snaps) and AJ
Dillon (39). This is what we expected heading into the season.
Jones lit up the scoreboard with a 20-181-1, 6-65-1 line.
saw a 61% snap share on Monday night but understand this was
a Bills blowout over Tennessee (41-7). Devin
Singletary (54%) remains the lead back.
Bateman (61%) and Devin
Duvernay (54%) continue to see the most snaps among Ravens’
wide receivers but play second-fiddle to Mark Andrews in targets.
Both are inconsistent flex options.
Elijah Moore led all Jets receivers with 89% snap share but
it was Garrett Wilson (49%) who ended up being the most productive
(8-102-2). Corey Davis (2-83-1) played on 68% of the snaps.
Parker (0-0-0) saw a snap share of 76% for the Patriots
but outside of getting his cardio in, isn’t doing much on the
Meyers (82%) and Nelson
Agholor (50%) are the only receivers to consider in this
DK Metcalf (92%) and Tyler Lockett (92%) are playing exclusively
in two-WR sets with Marquise Goodwin (53%) added in three-wideout
formations. However, this offense is only capable of supporting
one fantasy wideout per game.
Deebo Samuel (78%), Brandon Aiyuk (88%) and Jauan Jennings
(46%) continue to operate as top three wideouts for San Francisco.
Samuel and Aiyuk’s value get a slight boost with Garoppolo
With KJ Hamler
Hinton was slated to see action for the Broncos as the third
WR. He ended up playing 76% of the snaps as Jerry
Jeudy went down with an injury. Courtland
Sutton is the only trustworthy receiver at the moment, but
Hinton will be on the radar if Jeudy is out for an extended
period of time.
Greg Dortch continues see a hefty snap share at WR for the
Cardinals playing on 71% of the offensive plays against the
Raiders. This will change once Rondale Moore returns.
Darnell Mooney was the field 90% of the time and had 1 catch
for -4 yards. He has two catches on the season.
With Gabriel Davis out, Jake Kumerow saw his snap share increase
from 24% in Week 1 to 78% in Week 3. This would indicate he’s
the direct replacement for Davis and we shouldn’t expect
a big increase for Isaiah McKenzie (46%) or Jamison Crowder
(28%) if Davis continues to miss time.
Evan Engram (7-46-0) played 69% of the snaps for Jacksonville
and saw 8 targets. He’s a weekly streaming option but
doesn’t have much TD upside.
TE Kyle Rudolph was Inactive for Tampa Bay, paving the way
for rookie Cade Otton to play 49% of the snaps. Still, with
Cameron Brate (57%) in the mix, Otton won’t see enough
targets to be fantasy relevant.
Kyle Pitts played 93% of the snaps (84% Wk1), but once again
finished with 2 catches for 19 yards. Only 3 targets this
week (7 last week).
The Broncos are using a four-headed committee at tight end,
causing Albert Okwuegbunam owners to pull their hair out.
Albert-O did lead the group with a 53% snap share but couldn’t
come down with a catch on two targets. None of the other tight
ends Eric Saubert (36%), Eric Tomlinson (33%) and Andrew Beck
(29%) had more than 1 catch.
Zach Ertz was nursing a calf injury heading into the season
but played on 84% of the snaps for the Cardinals in Week 2,
making him a viable weekly fantasy option.
Cole Kmet followed up his 1 target, 0 catch game in Week
1 with another 1 target, 0 catch game in Week 2… playing
85% of the snaps.