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Wide Receiver Breakouts for Fantasy Football: Targets, Air Yards, Snaps Trends for Michael Pittman, Parris Campbell, Diontae Johnson, Christian Watson

Michael Pittman Jr. - Fantasy Football Rankings, Draft Sleepers, NFL Injury News

You are already aware that wide receivers will play a critical role in the success of your teams. The undeniable volatility that exists with the running back position has also presented an increasing rationale for prioritizing wide receivers when you build your rosters – both at the onset of your drafts and as you manage your teams throughout the entire season. The numbers that are generated by all wide receivers provide the foundation for this weekly statistical breakdown of the position, which I will be constructing for the fifth consecutive season.

This will be the 10th installment that will examine game-specific data, including updated totals for targets, air yards, targets per route run, yards per route run, red-zone targets, and snap counts. The information that is contained in this weekly report will analyze how various receivers are being utilized, and how effectively they are capitalizing on their opportunities.

As the season progresses noteworthy changes in usage and production will be blended into the equation. That will bolster your efforts to determine which wide receivers should be in your lineups, and which are worthy of remaining on your rosters. Statistics from our player pages at RotoBaller were included during the compilation of data, while Pro Football Reference, NextGenStats, Rotowire, Rotoviz, PFF, and Football Outsiders were also used as resources in the creation of this report.

Editor's Note: Our incredible team of writers received 13 award nominations by the Fantasy Sports Writers Association including Baseball Writer of the Year, Football Writers of the Year, Golf Writer of the Year and many more! Be sure to follow their analysis, rankings and advice all year long, and win big with RotoBaller! Read More!


Week 10 Target Leaders

Wide Receiver Targets Targ/Gm Yards/Targ
Tyreek Hill 106 10.6 10.8
Justin Jefferson 100 11.1 10.6
Davante Adams 99 11 7.9
Stefon Diggs 99 11 9.9
Cooper Kupp 98 10.9 8.3
CeeDee Lamb 88 9.8 8
Michael Pittman Jr. 85 9.4 7.1
Christian Kirk 82 8.2 8.3
Diontae Johnson 81 9 5.4
D.K. Metcalf 77 7.7 7.5
D.J. Moore 77 7.7 6.2
Chris Olave 77 8.6 8.5
Mike Evans 76 8.4 8.8
Jaylen Waddle 75 7.5 11.7
Ja'Marr Chase 74 10.6 8.2
Chris Godwin 73 9.1 6.5
Courtland Sutton 73 8.1 7.3
A.J. Brown 73 8.1 9.9
Terry McLaurin 73 7.3 10.1
Tyler Lockett 71 7.1 9
Amon-Ra St. Brown 70 8.8 7.4
Curtis Samuel 70 7 6.9
Amari Cooper 69 7.7 8.5
Garrett Wilson 68 7.6 7.7
Zay Jones 65 7.2 6.4
JuJu Smith-Schuster 64 7.1 9.6
Adam Thielen 64 7.1 7.3
Marquise Brown 64 10.7 7.6
Brandon Aiyuk 62 6.9 9.1
Drake London 62 6.2 6.6
DeVonta Smith 61 6.8 7.9
Deebo Samuel 60 7.5 6.9
Brandin Cooks 60 7.5 6.5
Mike Williams 59 8.4 8.4
Chase Claypool 58 5.8 5.7
Joshua Palmer 58 7.3 6.7
Tee Higgins 58 6.4 9.7
Darnell Mooney 56 5.6 8.3
Rondale Moore 56 8 7.4
Donovan Peoples-Jones 55 6.1 9.4
Jerry Jeudy 55 6.1 8.2
Allen Lazard 55 6.9 8.6
Parris Campbell 54 5.4 6.9
Jakobi Meyers 52 7.4 8.8
Mack Hollins 50 5.6 8.3
Marvin Jones 50 5.6 6.9
Romeo Doubs 50 5.6 6.3

Tyreek Hill continues to lead all wide receivers in targets as he has accumulated (106/10.6 per game). He also averaged 12.6 per game from Weeks 4-8 which has propelled him into the overall lead.

Justin Jefferson is the only other receiver who has reached 100 after he captured 13+ for the fourth time this season. Davante Adams has now collected 99 targets after accruing 31 during his last two matchups. Stefon Diggs has also assembled 99 targets including 10+ during four of his last five matchups.

Cooper Kupp accumulated 98 targets before he sustained the high ankle sprain that resulted in his placement on injured reserve. CeeDee Lamb has accrued 88 targets after tying his career-high (15) when the Cowboys visited Green Bay in Week 10.

Michael Pittman is next with 85 targets and has now captured 9+ during four of his last five matchups. Christian Kirk is averaging 9.5 targets per game since Week 7 and is sixth overall with 38 during that four-game span. That has also increased his season-long total to 82.

Diontae Johnson has accumulated 81 targets. However, he has failed to reach double digits in two consecutive games and three of his last four matchups after accomplishing it during 16 of his previous 21 contests.

Three wide receivers are tied with 77 targets entering Week 11. That includes D.K. Metcalf who has secured a 25.5% target share since Week 8. He is tied with D.J. Moore, who accumulated 21 targets in Weeks 7-8 but has now been limited to six targets in two consecutive games.

Chris Olave has also collected 77 targets even though he was relegated to just five when New Orleans traveled to Pittsburgh in Week 10. He still leads his rookie class in multiple categories which will be examined in the Five Things I Noticed section.

Mike Evans accumulated a league-high 37 targets from Weeks 7-9 while averaging 12.3 per game. However, he was only targeted six times by Tom Brady in Week 10 which increased his season-long total to 76.

Jaylen Waddle has now been limited to five targets in two of his last four matchups but has still collected 75 entering Week 11. Ja’Marr Chase‘s target total remains stationary at 74 even though his last target was registered in Week 7. Chris Godwin has now averaged 10.8 targets per game since Week 6 which has propelled his overall total to 73.

Godwin is tied with Courtland Sutton who had averaged just 5.3 targets per game from Weeks 6-8 before securing his first double-digit total since Week 5 (11). A.J. Brown has also collected 73 targets despite being limited to a season-low (4) in Week 10.

Tyler Lockett has accrued 71 targets despite failing to exceed five during three of his last five contests. Amon-Ra St. Brown has now averaged 10 targets per game since Week 8 as his overall total has risen to 70.

Curtis Samuel has also attained 70 targets even though he has been relegated to just four during three consecutive matchups. Amari Cooper has assembled 69 targets despite registering a season-low three targets in Week 10. Cooper has also failed to exceed four targets during two of his last three matchups.

Garrett Wilson will return from the Jets’ bye week to expand upon his season-long total (68), while Zay Jones has now collected 65 after he eclipsed 10+ during two of his last four games.

JuJu Smith-Schuster has registered 73 targets which include the four that he registered in Week 10. He was limited to 24 snaps while being placed in concussion protocol during Kansas City’s matchup one week after he had secured a season-high 12 targets.

Adam Thielen has also collected 64 targets including seven during four of his last five outings. That ties Thielen with Marquise Brown who accumulated his 64 targets from Weeks 1-6.

Eight different wide receivers are now averaging 10+ targets per game entering Week 11. Hopkins (11.5), Jefferson (11.1), Adams (11.0), Diggs (11.0), Kupp (10.9), Marquise Brown (10.7), Hill (10.6), and Chase (10.6).


Week 10 Target Risers And Fallers 

Wide Receiver  Week 9 Week 10 Changes
DeAndre Hopkins 5 14 9
K.J. Osborn 2 11 9
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine 1 8 7
Stefon Diggs 10 16 6
Christian Watson 2 8 6
DeVonta Smith 2 8 6
Zay Jones 5 10 5
Robert Woods 2 7 5
Ben Skowronek 2 7 5
Gabriel Davis 5 9 4
Parris Campbell 5 9 4
Justin Jefferson 13 16 3
Rondale Moore 10 13 3
Christian Kirk 9 12 3
Michael Pittman 6 9 3
D.K. Metcalf 6 9 3
Kadarius Toney 2 5 3
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 1 4 3
Amon-Ra St. Brown 9 11 2
Terry McLaurin 9 11 2
Mack Hollins 4 6 2
Isaiah McKenzie 3 5 2
Trent Sherfield 3 5 2
Chris Godwin 10 8 -2
Joshua Palmer 10 8 -2
Tyreek Hill 8 6 -2
Jaylen Waddle 7 5 -2
DeAndre Carter 6 4 -2
Davante Adams 17 14 -3
Marvin Jones 6 3 -3
Cooper Kupp 9 5 -4
Chris Olave 9 5 -4
Darnell Mooney 8 4 -4
Chase Claypool 6 2 -4
Tre'Quan Smith 4 0 -4
Samori Toure 4 0 -4
Justin Watson 5 1 -4
Terrace Marshall 6 2 -4
Mike Evans 11 6 -5
Damiere Byrd 6 1 -5
Laviska Shenault 6 1 -5
Allen Lazard 10 4 -6
Scotty Miller 8 2 -6
Michael Bandy 8 1 -7
JuJu Smith-Schuster 12 4 -8

13 different wide receivers collected 10+ targets during their matchups in Week 10. That includes two elite receivers who stockpiled 16 during their contests. Justin Jefferson's 16 targets established a new career high while he has also collected 29 during his last two games.

Stefon Diggs also captured 16 targets, which tied for the second-highest weekly total of his eight-year career. He has also eclipsed 10+ during six of his nine matchups this season. CeeDee Lamb was targeted 15 times by Dak Prescott, which was his highest weekly total since Week 1 of the 2021 regular season.

Davante Adams has now reached double digits in five different contests this season after accruing 14 in Week 10. He has now averaged 15.5 per game during his last two games after averaging 7.0 in Weeks 5-8.

DeAndre Hopkins also accrued 14 targets and has now collected 13+ in three of his four matchups since he re-emerged in Arizona’s lineup (Week 7). His teammate Rondale Moore reached a double-digit target total just once during his first 16 games at the NFL level. Now, he has accomplished it in three of his last five outings after attaining 13 in Week 10.

Christian Kirk tied his season-high while collecting 12 targets in Week 10. It is the third time that he has reached double digits this season, and the second time during his last four matchups.

Courtland Sutton averaged 9.2 targets per game from Weeks 1-5 before failing to exceed four targets in two of his three matchups for Weeks 6-8. However, his 11 targets in Week 10 tied his season high.

Amon-Ra St. Brown also accrued 11 targets in Week 10 and now leads all wide receivers with a 35.7% target share since Week 8. That ties him with Terry McLaurin who reached double-digits for the first time this season, after averaging 6.9 per game from Weeks 1-9.

K.J. Osborn was the fourth wide receiver who captured 11 targets which was the first time that he attained double digits in his career. He had also been averaging just 3.8 per game from Weeks 4-9.

Zay Jones reached double digits in three different games from 2017-2021, but has now accomplished it three times during his last seven games in 2022 after collecting 10 from Trevor Lawrence.

Nico Collins had been averaging 5.0 targets per game from Weeks 1-9 before he was targeted 10 times in Week 10. That also tied his career high, which was established in Week 14 of 2021.

DeAndre Hopkins was one of four wide receivers who commandeered a target share of over 40% in Week 10.  He also stockpiled 14 targets just one week after being limited to a season-low five. That resulted in the highest weekly increase among all wide receivers (+9).

He was joined by K.J. Osborn whose first-ever double-digit target total in Week 10 was achieved just one week after he had been relegated to two targets for the second time this season.

Nick Westbrook-Ikhine averaged 1.9 targets per game from Weeks 1-9 and only registered one target in Week 9. However, he tied his career-high (8) while collecting nine targets when Tennessee hosted Denver in Week 10. That launched his weekly surge of +7. Second-year receiver Michael Bandy captured a career-high eight targets when the Chargers traveled to Atlanta in Week 8, but he was only targeted once during L.A.'s matchup with San Francisco. That caused his weekly drop of -7.

Stefon Diggs has eclipsed 10+ targets in six different matchups this season including each of his last two games. His 16 targets in Week 10 were collected just one week after he was targeted 10 times in Week 9. That fueled his week-to-week increase of +6.

That also tied Diggs with Christian Watson, who had averaged 2.3 targets per game from Weeks 1-9 while failing to exceed four targets since Green Bay's season opener. However, he was targeted eight times by Aaron Rodgers in Week 10 and his season-high total resulted in an increase of +6.

DeVonta Smith also collected eight targets when Philadelphia hosted Washington just one week after he had been relegated to just two. That increased his weekly total by +6.

Allen Lazard had established a career-high when he captured 10 targets in Week 9. Lazard was also limited to four targets when Green Bay hosted Dallas in Week 10 which resulted in a decline of -6. Mike Evans averaged 12.3 targets per game from Week 7-9 while capturing 11+ during all three matchups. He was also targeted six times by Tom Brady in Week 10 which dropped his week-to-week total by -5.

Chase Claypool collected six targets in Week 9 which was his first matchup as a Chicago Bear. However, he was limited to two targets in Week 10 which diminished his week-to-week total by -4. That tied him with his teammate Darnell Mooney who had attained the second-highest target total of the season in Week 9 (8). Mooney was relegated to four targets when Chicago hosted Detroit in Week 10 which resulted in his drop of -4.

The impressive numbers that Chris Olave is assembling during his rookie season included the nine targets that he assembled in Week 9. However, he was limited to a season-low five targets while operating with Andy Dalton in Week 10 which resulted in his decline of -4.


Week 10 Air Yards

Wide Receiver Air Yards
Tyreek Hill 1251
Chris Olave 1113
Stefon Diggs 1090
Davante Adams 1082
Terry McLaurin 968
Justin Jefferson 959
Mike Evans 948
CeeDee Lamb 910
D.J. Moore 877
Courtland Sutton 873
D.K. Metcalf 867
Diontae Johnson 845
Jaylen Waddle 840
Amari Cooper 831
A.J. Brown 812
Tyler Lockett 793
Gabriel Davis 790
Cooper Kupp 729
Christian Kirk 727
Mack Hollins 707
Mike Williams 695
Marvin Jones 687
Allen Lazard 680
Jerry Jeudy 679
Darnell Mooney 674
Marquise Brown 669
Ja'Marr Chase 664
Donovan Peoples-Jones 660
Adam Thielen 656
George Pickens 628
Drake London 623
Tee Higgins 589
Brandon Aiyuk 570
Brandin Cooks 556
Josh Reynolds 556
Michael Pittman 550
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 545
Garrett Wilson 544
Chase Claypool 539
Corey Davis 539
JuJu Smith-Schuster 525
Alec Pierce 523
Nico Collins 501

Tyreek Hill continues to lead all wide receivers in air yards (1,251), followed by Chris Olave (1,113), Stefon Diggs (1.090), Davante Adams (1,082), Terry McLaurin (968), Justin Jefferson (959), Mike Evans (948), CeeDee Lamb (910), D.J. Moore (877), Courtland Sutton (873), and D.K. Metcalf, who has accumulated 867 yards.

Diontae Johnson is next (845), followed by Jaylen Waddle (840), Amari Cooper (831), A.J. Brown (812), Tyler Lockett (793), Gabriel Davis (790), Cooper Kupp (729), Christian Kirk (727), Mack Hollins (707), Mike Williams (695), Marvin Jones (687), Allen Lazard (680), and Jerry Jeudy, who has accumulated 679.

Darnell Mooney is next (674), followed by Ja’Marr Chase (664), Donovan Peoples-Jones (660), Adam Thielen (656), George Pickens (628), Drake London (623), Tee Higgins (589), Brandon Aiyuk (570) and two players who are tied with 556 air yards - Brandin Cooks, and Josh Reynolds.

Wide Receiver AY %
DeAndre Hopkins 45.78
D.J. Moore 44.77
A.J. Brown 43.12
Robbie Anderson 42.67
Justin Jefferson 41.59
CeeDee Lamb 41.53
Davante Adams 40.78
Tyreek Hill 40.76
Marquise Brown 40.5
Chris Olave 39.4
Darius Slayton 37.93
Stefon Diggs 37.38
Mike Williams 37.29
D.K. Metcalf 37.23
Darnell Mooney 36.71
Terry McLaurin 36.6
Amari Cooper 36.02
Ja'Marr Chase 35.38
Mike Evans 35.32
Cooper Kupp 35
Tyler Lockett 34.05
Diontae Johnson 33.85
Van Jefferson 32.17
Allen Lazard 31.98
Jakobi Meyers 31.58
Christian Kirk 31.17
Courtland Sutton 31.05
Marvin Jones 30.59
Gabriel Davis 30.31
Nico Collins 29.35
Corey Davis 29.23
Donovan Peoples-Jones 28.61
DeSean Jackson 28.57
Brandin Cooks 28.5
Adam Thielen 28.45
Michael Pittman 27.98
DeVante Parker 27.86
Brandon Aiyuk 27.85
Tee Higgins 27.6
Jaylen Waddle 27.37
Josh Reynolds 27.27
Mack Hollins 26.65
Alec Pierce 26.6
Drake London 26.26
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine 25.69
DeVonta Smith 25.54

DeAndre Hopkins leads all wide receivers with a 45.8% air-yard share. D.J. Moore is second overall (44.8%), followed by A.J. Brown (43.1%), Robbie Anderson (42.7%), Justin Jefferson (41.6%), CeeDee Lamb (41.5%), Davante Adams (40.8%), and Tyreek Hill (40.8%) who completes the list of nine receivers that have retained a percentage of 40+.

Chris Olave is next (39.4%), followed by Darius Slayton (37.9%), Stefon Diggs (37.4%), Mike Williams (37.3%), D.K. Metcalf (37.2%), Darnell Mooney (36.7%), Terry McLaurin (36.6%), Amari Cooper (36.0%), and Ja’Marr Chase who had a attained a 35.4% air yard share prior to his hip injury.

Mike Evans is next (35.3%), followed by Cooper Kupp (35%), Tyler Lockett (34.0%), Diontae Johnson (33.9%),  Allen Lazard (32.0%), Jakobi Meyers (31.6%), Christian Kirk (31.2%), Courtland Sutton (31.1%), Marvin Jones (30.6%), and Gabriel Davis who has secured an air yard share of 30.3%.


Week 10 Targets Per Route Run

Wide Receiver TPRR%
Cooper Kupp 36.4
Amon-Ra St. Brown 33.2
Tyreek Hill 32.9
Davante Adams 32.8
CeeDee Lamb 31.9
Chris Olave 30.1
DeAndre Hopkins 29.9
Jakobi Meyers 29.5
A.J. Brown 29
Deebo Samuel 28
Stefon Diggs 27.3
Chris Godwin 26.4
DJ Moore 26.2
Justin Jefferson 25.8
Amari Cooper 25.8
Brandon Aiyuk 25.7
Drake London 25.4
Jauan Jennings 25.2
Tee Higgins 25
DK Metcalf 24.8
Scotty Miller 24.8
Marquise Brown 24.6
Mike Williams 24.6
Garrett Wilson 24.5
Christian Watson 24.4
Richie James 23.9
Mike Evans 23.8
Courtland Sutton 23.8
Brandin Cooks 23.8
Jaylen Waddle 23.7
Christian Kirk 23.6
Rashod Bateman 23.5
Jerry Jeudy 23.1
Nico Collins 22.6
Ja'Marr Chase 22.6
Juju Smith-Schuster 22.4
Allen Lazard 22.4
DeVonta Smith 22.3

Cooper Kupp sustained his league lead in targets per route run (36.4%), even as fantasy managers must now adjust to his extended absence. Amon-Ra St. Brown is second overall (33.2%), followed by Tyreek Hill (32.9%), Davante Adams (32.8%), CeeDee Lamb (31.9%), Chris Olave (30.1%), DeAndre Hopkins (29.9%), Jakobi Meyers (29.95%), and A.J. Brown, who has been targeted on 29% of his routes.

Deebo Samuel has been targeted on 28% of his routes, followed by Stefon Diggs (27.3%), Chris Godwin (26.4%), D.J. Moore (26.2%), Justin Jefferson (25.8%), Amari Cooper (25.8%), Brandon Aiyuk (25.7%), and Drake London who has been targeted on 25.4% of his routes. Jauan Jennings is next (25.2%), followed by Tee Higgins (25%), D.K. Metcalf (24.8%), Scotty Miller (24.8%), Mike Williams (24.6%), and Garrett Wilson, who has been targeted on 24.5% of his routes.


Week 10 Yards Per Route Run

Wide Receiver YPRR
Tyreek Hill 3.57
Cooper Kupp 3.02
A.J. Brown 2.88
Jaylen Waddle 2.78
Justin Jefferson 2.74
Stefon Diggs 2.72
Davante Adams 2.6
Jakobi Meyers 2.6
Chris Olave 2.57
DeAndre Hopkins 2.57
CeeDee Lamb 2.56
Darius Slayton 2.5
Damiere Byrd 2.47
Amon-Ra St. Brown 2.45
Tee Higgins 2.43
Rashod Bateman 2.39
Brandon Aiyuk 2.35
Terry McLaurin 2.2
Amari Cooper 2.19
Tre'Quan Smith 2.18
Christian Watson 2.17
JuJu Smith-Schuster 2.15
DeVante Parker 2.11
Mike Evans 2.1
Nelson Agholor 2.08
Mike Williams 2.06
Randall Cobb 2.06
Donovan Peoples-Jones 2.04
Terrace Marshall 2.02
Nico Collins 2
Jauan Jennings 1.98
Christian Kirk 1.96
Olamide Zaccheaus 1.95
Tyler Lockett 1.94
Allen Lazard 1.93
Deebo Samuel 1.92
Jerry Jeudy 1.89
Garrett Wilson 1.88
D.K. Metcalf 1.87

Tyreek Hill has maintained his league lead with an average of 3.57 yards per route run. Cooper Kupp in second overall (3.02), followed by A.J. Brown (2.88), Jaylen Waddle (2.78), Justin Jefferson (2.74), Stefon Diggs (2.72), Davante Adams (2.6), Jakobi Meyers (2.6), Chris Olave (2.57), DeAndre Hopkins (2.57), CeeDee Lamb (2.56), and Darius Slayton who is averaging 2.5 yards per route run.

Damiere Byrd is next (2.47), followed by Amon-Ra St. Brown (2.45), Tee Higgins (2.43), Brandon Aiyuk (2.35), Terry McLaurin (2.2), Amari Cooper (2.19), Tre’Quan Smith (2.18), Christian Watson (2.17), Juju Smith-Schuster (2.15), DeVante Parker (2.11), and Mike Evans, who is averaging 2.10 yards per route run.

Nelson Agholor is next (2.08), followed by Mike Williams (2.06), Donovan Peoples-Jones (2.04), Terrace Marshall (2.02), and Nico Collins, completing the list of 30 wide receivers who are averaging at least 2.0 yards per route run.


Week 10 Red Zone Targets

Wide Receiver Inside 20 Inside 10 Inside 5
Justin Jefferson 19 13 4
Davante Adams 15 8 6
Christian Kirk 15 8 6
D.K. Metcalf 15 6 3
Stefon Diggs 14 6 5
Ja'Marr Chase 14 7 5
Allen Robinson 13 11 7
Cooper Kupp 11 6 4
A.J. Brown 11 6 3
Allen Lazard 11 5 3
Adam Thielen 11 6 3
Mike Evans 10 5 3
JuJu Smith-Schuster 10 1 1
Garrett Wilson 10 7 3
Diontae Johnson 10 3 1
Zay Jones 10 4 1
Drake London 10 4 3
Mecole Hardman 10 6 2
Chris Olave 9 1 1
Amari Cooper 9 3 1
Brandon Aiyuk 9 2 1
Courtland Sutton 9 5 4
Mike Williams 9 0 0
Deebo Samuel 9 6 2
Josh Reynolds 9 7 4
Russell Gage 9 2 1
Curtis Samuel 8 6 2
Chris Godwin 8 5 1
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 8 3 0
Mack Hollins 8 5 2
Noah Brown 8 3 1
Isaiah McKenzie 8 6 3
Jaylen Waddle 7 5 1
Tee Higgins 7 1 1
Amon-Ra St. Brown 7 3 3
Jerry Jeudy 7 4 0
Rondale Moore 7 2 1
Devin Duvernay 7 4 3
Darnell Mooney 6 3 2
CeeDee Lamb 6 2 2
Donovan Peoples-Jones 6 3 1
Marvin Jones 6 3 1
Romeo Doubs 6 1 1
Joshua Palmer 6 3 0
Tyler Lockett 6 2 0
Julio Jones 6 2 0
Trent Sherfield 6 1 0

Justin Jefferson has now accumulated seven red zone targets during his last two matchups. That has expanded his season-long total to 19 which leads all wide receivers. Three receivers have been targeted 15 times inside the 20 – Davante Adams, Christian Kirk, and D.K.Metcalf, while two receivers have collected 14 targets: Stefon Diggs, and Ja’Marr Chase.

Allen Robinson has now captured 13 targets, while four receivers have been targeted 11 times (A.J. Brown/Cooper Kupp/Allen Lazard/Adam Thielen). Seven additional receivers have accumulated 10 red zone targets from Weeks 1-10 (Mike Evans, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Garrett Wilson, Diontae Johnson, Zay Jones, Drake London, and Mecole Hardman).

Jefferson also leads the position with 13 targets inside the 10-yard line. Robinson has captured 11 targets, while Adams and Kirk have been targeted eight times. Chase, Wilson, and Josh Reynolds have all accumulated seven targets inside the 10.

Robinson leads all wide receivers with seven targets inside the 5-yard line while Adams and Kirk have been targeted six times.


Week 10 Snap Counts

Wide Receiver Week 10 Total Snaps  Total %
Justin Jefferson 70/100% 576 97.79
D.J. Moore 58/90.6% 539 96.59
Michael Pittman 57/96.6% 581 95.87
DeAndre Hopkins 62/95.4% 245 95.7
Ja'Marr Chase INJ 447 95.31
Cooper Kupp 40/66.7% 518 95.22
Marquise Brown INJ 409 94.9
Adam Thielen 75/94.9% 555 94.23
Davante Adams 59/92.2% 508 93.55
Courtland Sutton 93.2%68/ 541 92.96
Gabriel Davis 67/93.1% 488 92.95
Rondale Moore 63/96.9% 432 92.9
Terry McLaurin 69/85.2% 624 92.72
Brandon Aiyuk 68/97.1% 509 92.55
Mack Hollins 61/95.3% 502 92.45
CeeDee Lamb 72/91.1% 508 91.86
Allen Robinson 55/91.7% 498 91.54
Diontae Johnson 72/91.1% 532 91.1
DeVonta Smith 41/87.2% 528 89.49
Christian Kirk 57/93.4% 573 89.39
Allen Lazard 60/98.4% 448 88.89
Mike Williams INJ 430 88.66
Darnell Mooney 51/87.9% 532 88.08
Zay Jones 58/95.1% 519 87.23
Donovan Peoples-Jones 54/87.1% 524 86.75
Chase Claypool 17/29.3% 436 86.34
Parris Campbell 48/81.4% 552 84.4
Jakobi Meyers BYE 358 84.04
Robbie Anderson 8/12.3% 270 83.59
Mike Evans 55/74.3% 508 83.28
Amari Cooper 53/85.5% 502 83.11
Joshua Palmer 53/94.6% 445 82.56
Brandin Cooks 39/65% 384 82.05
Deebo Samuel 61/87.1% 408 81.93
Noah Brown 60/76% 404 81.45
A.J. Brown 38/80.9% 480 81.36
Ben Skowronek 59/98.3% 442 81.25
Josh Reynolds INJ 359 80.86
Tyler Boyd BYE 473 80.03
Tyler Lockett 45/90% 466 79.52
Drake London 52/86.7% 462 78.97
Stefon Diggs 67/93.1% 461 78.14
Curtis Samuel 52/64.2% 525 78.01
George Pickens 58/73.4% 455 77.91
Chris Godwin 66/89.2% 421 77.25
K.J. Osborn 62/78.5% 452 76.74
D.K. Metcalf 45/90% 448 76.45

Justin Jefferson leads all wide receivers with a 97.8% snap share. D.J. Moore is second overall (96.6%), followed by Michael Pittman (95.9%), DeAndre Hopkins (95.7%), Ja’Marr Chase (95.3%), Cooper Kupp (95.2%), Marquise Brown (94.9%), and Adam Thielen, who has secured a snap share of 94.2%.

Davante Adams is next (93.6%), followed by Courtland Sutton (93.0%), Gabriel Davis (93.0%), Rondale Moore (92.9%), Terry McLaurin (92.7%), Brandon Aiyuk (92.6%), Mack Hollins (92.5%), and CeeDee Lamb, who has played on 91.9% of the Cowboys’ offensive snaps.

Allen Robinson is next (91.5%), followed by Diontae Johnson (91.1%), DeVonta Smith (89.5%), Christian Kirk (89.4%), and Allen Lazard, who has reached a snap share of 88.9%.

Terry McLaurin leads all wide receivers with 624 offensive snaps. Michael Pittman is second (581), followed by Justin Jefferson (576), Christian Kirk (573), Adam Thielen (555), Parris Campbell (552), Courtland Sutton (541), D.J. Moore (539), Diontae Johnson (532), Darnell Mooney (532), and DeVonta Smith, who has accumulated 528 offensive snaps.

Curtis Samuel is next (525), followed by Donovan Peoples-Jones (524), Zay Jones (519), Cooper Kupp (518), Brandon Aiyuk (509), and three receivers who have been involved in 508 of their teams' offensive snaps: Davante Adams, CeeDee Lamb, and Mike Evans.


Five Things I Noticed

The Steelers returned from their Week 9 bye to host New Orleans while operating with an arsenal of receiving weaponry that had been altered since their previous matchup. Pittsburgh had traded Chase Claypool to Chicago on November 1 in exchange for a 2023 second-round pick. This expanded the runway for Diontae Johnson and George Pickens to operate as the primary receiving options for Kenny Pickett.

Johnson had maintained his customary place among the league leaders in targets entering Pittsburgh’s bye week and had also remained embedded as the team leader in virtually all receiving categories from Weeks 1-8. He had secured the league’s third-highest target total (76/9.5 per game), while his 26.6% target share placed him 13th overall. He also led all wide receivers in routes run (358) and was seventh in air yards (764).

He was also eighth in receptions (43), although his 5.4 per game average had declined when contrasted with last season’s average of 6.7.  Johnson was also just 36th overall in receiving yardage (372) despite his favorable usage, and his 47.6 yards per game average represented a drop of 25 per game from his average during 2021 (72.6). His 4.9 yards per target and 8.7 yards per reception were also the lowest of his career.

Johnson's numbers were even more concerning from Weeks 4-8 when he led all wide receivers with 242 routes run but was only averaging 0.73 yards per route run. He was still seventh in targets (43/8.6 per game) but was 22nd in receptions (22/4.4 per game), and just 50th in receiving yardage (176/35.2 per game).

Pickens was averaging 4.0 targets, 1.7 receptions, and 21.7 yards per game from Weeks 1-3, but those averages improved to 6.2 targets, 4.2 receptions, and 54.6 yards from Weeks 4-9. Pickens' rising usage and output roses coincided with the transition from Mitchell Trubisky to Kenny Pickett under center.

However, neither Pickens nor Johnson garnered extensive targeting in Week 10, which also constrained their numbers in other categories. Pickett had been averaging 33 attempts and 22.4 completions per game from Weeks 4-8 before he completed 18 of his 30 passes against the Saints. The Steelers also ran the ball 43 times which was well above their 23.8 per game average before their matchup with New Orleans.

Johnson led Pittsburgh’s wide receivers with five targets in Week 10 while he also attained a 19.2% target share. Johnson tied for the team lead with four receptions while assembling team-highs in receiving yards (63), 81 air yards (81), and air yards share (40.7%). Johnson's 12.6 yards per target and 15.8 yards per reception were also his highest of the season by a considerable margin.

Pickens was targeted four times while registering a 15.4% share. He also caught three of those targets, but only manufactured 32 yards. Pickens was also limited to 35 air yards and reached a 17.6% air yard share. Pickens had averaged 8.8 yards per target/13.0 yards per reception from Weeks 4-8 before he registered 8.0 yards per target/10.7 yards per reception in Week 10.

Johnson ran 37 routes, was targeted on 13.5% of those routes, and averaged 1.70 yards per route run in Week 10, while Pickens ran 34 routes, was targeted on 11.8% of his routes and averaged 0.94 yards per route run.

Johnson should be deployed as a low-end WR2/high-end WR3 when the Steelers host Cincinnati while Pickens can be utilized as a WR3.

2. The Colts have now experienced two transitions under center during their last three matchups following Matt Ryan's unexpected re-emergence as the starter when the team visited Las Vegas in Week 10. Michael Pittman's numbers have remained favorable throughout the multiple transformations while Parris Campbell has also sustained his presence as a viable roster resource amid each swing of the proverbial pendulum.    

Pittman was one of just nine wide receivers who had eclipsed an average of 10+ targets per game from Weeks 1-7 when Ryan was originally guiding the Indianapolis aerial attack.  He was 10th overall with 61 targets (10.2 per game) and had secured a 24.0% target share. Pittman was also fourth with 292 routes run, sixth with 44 receptions (7.3 per game), and had accumulated 475 receiving yards (79.2 per game). Pittman had also been targeted on 20.9% of his routes and was averaging 1.63 yards per route run.

The changeover to Sam Ehlinger in Weeks 8-9 did not impede Pittman from rising to sixth in targets (76/9.5 per game) entering Week 10 while he also secured a 24.9% target share.  His per-game averages did sustain a drop (7.5 targets/5.0 receptions/37.5 per game) while his 67 routes (33.5 per game) also represented a decline from the 48.7 per game that he had averaged before Ehlinger was spearheading the offense. Pittman was also targeted on 22.4% of his routes while averaging 1.12 yards per route run.

Ehlinger averaged 32 attempts per game during that two-game sequence, along with 16 completions and just 152 yards per game. He also averaged just 5.8 yards per attempt, while completing 61.5% of his passes.

Ryan had averaged 42.4 attempts, 29.4 completions, and 286.4 yards per game from Week 1-7, while completing 68.4% of his passes and averaging 6.8 yards per attempt. He also completed 21 of his 28 passes (75%), while generating 222 yards, and averaging 7.9 yards per attempt in Week 10.

Nine of those passes were distributed to Pittman who has now attained 9+ in six different matchups. Pittman also collected seven receptions and assembled 53 receiving yards, while he also led Indianapolis in air yards (72) and air yard share (42.4%).

Parris Campbell also captured nine targets while joining Pittman in attaining a 33.3% target share. Campbell also tied Pittman with seven receptions, while accruing a team-high 76 receiving yards, and generating a touchdown. It was the third time that Campbell has collected 9+ targets since Week 6 after he only accomplished it once from 2019-2021.

Campbell has also secured a 22.3% target share during his last five games while averaging 7.8 targets, 5.6 receptions, and 52.2 yards per game. He has also produced a team-high three touchdowns during those contests.

Campbell has now run 385 routes from Weeks 1-10, while being targeted on 14% of those routes, and averaging 0.97 yards per route run. Pittman has run one additional route (386), while also leading the Colts in targets per route run (22%), and yards per route run (1.56).

Pittman is currently WR17 in PPR scoring while averaging 9.4 targets/6.8 receptions/67 yards per game. Fantasy managers can deploy him as a low-end WR2WR3. Campbell is now WR10 since Week 6 and has emerged as a WR3.

 3.  Drake London was the first wide receiver to be chosen during last April’s draft (1.08). His selection by Atlanta automatically placed him in an environment that remains dedicated to a strategic approach that has negatively impacted his ability to deliver high-quality production for fantasy managers.

London’s season was launched with two encouraging outings as he rose to 15th overall In targets (19/9.5 per game) 10th in receptions (13/6.5 per game) and 12th in receiving yards (160/80 per game).

London also secured season highs in targets (12), receptions (eight), and receiving yards (86) during Atlanta’s Week 2 matchup with the Rams while he also vaulted to WR14 in scoring. London also led all wide receivers with a 48% target share as he collected targets on 41.4% of his routes and averaged 2.97 yards per route run.

Unfortunately, London’s potential to sustain those numbers has been neutralized by the Falcons' deployment of their offensive weaponry.

Drake’s target share has remained favorable since Week 3 (26.1%), but his averages have dropped to 5.4 targets, 3.1 receptions, and 30.9 yards per game. He has also failed to exceed three receptions in five of his last eight matchups, while he has not surpassed 40 receiving yards in seven consecutive games.

Atlanta currently ranks second overall in run play percentage (56.1%) as Arthur Smith has maintained a strategic approach that relies on the Falcons’ offensive line and a cluster of running backs as the primary source of generating yardage - just one year after Atlanta had ranked just 25th in run play percentage (39.1%). The Falcons are now utilizing their aerial attack on just 43.9% of their offensive plays. That ranks 31st overall as only the Bears eschew their passing game with greater frequency.

London’s numbers during the Falcons’ Week 10 matchup in Carolina were consistent with his usage and production during Atlanta’s seven previous games as he attained a 20.7% target share. He also collected five of his six targets, and once again fell short of accumulating 40 receiving yards (39). However, he did generate his first touchdown since Week 3.

London easily leads Atlanta with 244 routes run from Weeks 1-10 and is also pacing the team with 10 red zone targets. He has also been targeted on 25.4% of his routes while averaging 1.67 yards per route run. London is also second on the Falcons behind Kyle Pitts with 623 air yards, and also with his 26.3% air yard share.

No other Atlanta wide receiver has exceeded a 13% target share through Week 10 as Olamide Zacchaeus (13.1%), Damiere Byrd (10.6%), and KhaDarel Hodge (9.1%), are not receiving the same level of opportunity as London - even though Atlanta’s run-first philosophy remains an ongoing obstacle that impedes London’s output. This will keep him cemented at the periphery of WR4 for fantasy managers

4. The production-inhibiting strategic approach that has affected London stands in contrast to another rookie who was also among the first three wide receivers to be selected in Round 1 of last April’s NFL Draft. Chris Olave has not been constrained by the Saints’ offensive philosophy during his first season with New Orleans as the Saints do not operate with a steadfast commitment to the run.

This has allowed Olave to flourish as is the primary receiving weapon within an aerial attack that is currently ranked ninth overall (237.7 yards per game), while ranking 16th in pass play percentage (58.8%).

Olave has performed proficiently throughout his first season while lining up outside and in the slot. His 26.0% target share easily leads New Orleans during a year in which Michael Thomas has been limited to just three games/22 targets/17 receptions/171 yards, and no other wide receivers or tight ends have exceeded a 16% share.

Olave was limited to three targets during New Orleans’ season opener. However, that remains his season-low as he averaged 9.9 per game from Weeks 2-9. That has propelled him to a season-long total of 77 (8.6 per game) which includes three games with 13+. He is currently 12th among all wide receivers in this category, while easily leading all members of his rookie class.

He is also second overall in air yards (1,113), after leading the league in that category from Weeks 2-7. Olave is also 12th overall with 658 receiving yards (73.1 per game) and is fifth overall in yards before catch (551). He also leads all first-year receivers in each category discussed previously along with targets per route run (30.1%), receptions (46/5.4 per game), yards per route run (2.57), and air yard share (39.4%).

Those exceptional numbers have been secured even though he registered his lowest weekly totals in targets (5), receptions (3), and receiving yards (40), since Week 1 when the Saints visited Pittsburgh in Week 10.

Olave had been averaging 9.0 targets, 5.4 receptions, and 77.3 yards per game prior to his matchup with the Steelers, and had risen to eighth overall in yardage during that sequence (618).

Olave has now been targeted on 30.1% of his routes since Week 1, which places him sixth overall. He is also ninth with an average of 2.57 yards per route run. He also enters Week 11 without any distinguishable threat to his status as the Saints’ primary receiving weapon. Thomas was placed on injured reserve due to his lingering toe issue, and it is unlikely that he will re-emerge this season. No other New Orleans wide receivers or tight ends have exceeded a 16% share.

With Thomas unavailable and Jarvis Landry relegated to a complementary role, Olave should continue to thrive in his current role with New Orleans, while also providing fantasy managers with a WR2.

5. Several other wide receivers generated impressive numbers in Week 10 and have now emerged as potential resources with the fantasy postseason rapidly approaching.

That includes Christian Watson, who was the seventh wide receiver to be selected during last April’s NFL draft (34th overall) and became a popular choice of fantasy managers during their rookie drafts in dynasty leagues. 

He had only accumulated 14 targets (7.0% share) from Weeks 1-9 with four of those being collected during the Packers' season opener. That placed him fifth among Green Bay's wide receivers while he had also been relegated to just 10 receptions and 88 receiving yards entering Week 10.

However, Watson’s usage and output exploded far beyond his previous numbers when Green Bay hosted Dallas, which also launched firmly onto the fantasy landscape.

Watson was targeted a season-high eight times by Aaron Rodgers while securing a 42% target share. That was the third-highest share among all wide receivers trailing only Amon-Ra St. Brown and Terry McLaurin in Week 10. Watson also assembled a season-best 107 receiving yards, after he had failed to exceed 34 during his matchups from Weeks 1-9.

Watson was also third overall in air yards (164 ) and easily led all wide receivers with an air yard share of 73.5%.  He also ran 24 routes, while being targeted on 33.3%  percent of those routes, and averaging 4.46 yards per route run. Watson also generated his first three touchdowns of the season.

Watson also soared to WR3 in Week 10, which cemented him among this week’s top priorities from the waiver wire. He will still encounter competition for touches in the aftermath of his exceptional performance. However, the runway has been cleared for him to supply fantasy managers with favorable production during the remaining weeks of the season.

Allen Lazard still leads the Packers in targets (55/6.9 per game/20.8% target share), receptions (33/4.1 per game), receiving yards (472/59 per game),  air yards (680), air yard share (32.0%) routes run (245), targets per route run (22.4%), and yards per route run (1.93).

Romeo Dobbs remains sidelined with a high ankle sprain that he sustained in Week 9. He will eventually rejoin the Packers' arsenal of options although his return is not imminent.

Randall Cobb could resurface when the Packers host Tennessee following a lengthy recovery from his ankle issue. Sammy Watkins is averaging 3.3 targets, 2.2 receptions, and 34.3 yards per game while not providing managers with the rationale to trust him as in their lineups.

Nick Westbrook-Ikhine’s Week 10 target total was mentioned in the Risers and Fallers section as he garnered eight targets after entering Tennessee’s matchup with a season-high of four and an average of 1.9 per game from Weeks 1-9. That tied Westbrook-Ikhine’s career-high while he also captured a season-best 22.2% target share.

Westbrook-Ikhine also accumulated a career-best 119 yards while his five receptions were the most since Week 11 of 2021. He accomplished this even though his 77% snap share was only marginally higher than his average during the Titan’s eight previous contests (72%).

Fantasy managers can pursue him from this week’s waiver wire, although his teammate Treylon Burks would be the preferred wide receiver to prioritize. Burks reemerged for his first snaps since Week 4 following his protracted recovery from a toe issue. Burks’ six targets tied his season-high (16.7% share) while his reception and yardage totals were unexceptional (3/24).

However, Burks was targeted in 22.8% of his routes from Weeks 1-3 and averaged 2.02 yards per route run. The Titans should provide their first-round draft selection with frequent opportunities to expand his production during the upcoming weeks.


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