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Wide Receiver Breakouts for Fantasy Football: Targets, Air Yards, Snaps Trends for Amon-Ra St. Brown, D.K. Metcalf, Garrett Wilson, Michael Gallup

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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 regular 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 12th 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.

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Week 12 Target Leaders

Wide Receiver  Targets Targ/Gm Yards/Targ
Davante Adams 123 11.2 8.1
Stefon Diggs 119 10.8 9.3
Justin Jefferson 116 10.5 10.6
Tyreek Hill 115 10.5 10.7
CeeDee Lamb 104 9.5 8.2
Michael Pittman Jr. 103 9.4 7.2
Cooper Kupp 98 10.9 8.3
Diontae Johnson 94 8.5 5.4
Amari Cooper 93 8.5 8.5
DK Metcalf 92 8.4 7.3
Chris Olave 92 8.4 8.9
Christian Kirk 91 8.3 8
Courtland Sutton 88 8 7.8
DJ Moore 88 7.3 6.9
Amon-Ra St. Brown 88 8.8 8.1
Chris Godwin 86 9.6 6.8
A.J. Brown 86 7.8 9.7
Terry McLaurin 86 7.2 9.8
Mike Evans 85 8.5 8.3
Jaylen Waddle 85 7.7 11.3
Tee Higgins 80 7.3 10.3
DeVonta Smith 79 7.2 7.7
Garrett Wilson 79 7.2 7.9
Zay Jones 79 7.9 7.1
Tyler Lockett 78 7.1 9.1
Adam Thielen 77 7 7.2
Deebo Samuel 76 7.6 6.7
Joshua Palmer 75 7.5 7.4
Ja'Marr Chase 74 10.6 8.2
Brandon Aiyuk 74 6.7 8.8
Marquise Brown 72 10.3 7.4
Curtis Samuel 72 6 6.8
Brandin Cooks 71 7.1 7.3
Allen Lazard 69 6.9 8
Drake London 69 5.8 6.3
JuJu Smith-Schuster 67 6.7 9.7
Chase Claypool 66 5.5 6
Donovan Peoples-Jones 65 5.9 9.1
Mack Hollins 64 5.8 8.3
DeAndre Hopkins 64 10.7 9
Parris Campbell 63 5.3 7.2
Jakobi Meyers 62 6.9 9.2
Darnell Mooney 61 5.1 8.1
Gabriel Davis 60 6 10.8
Mike Williams 60 7.5 8.5
Tyler Boyd 60 5.5 9.9
George Pickens 59 5.4 8.6
Robert Woods 56 5.1 6.3
Nico Collins 56 6.2 8


Davante Adams continues to lead all wide receivers in targets from Weeks 1-12, (123/11.2 per game) after collecting 11+ for a fourth consecutive week. He has also captured a league-high 55 targets (13.8 per game) since Week 9. Stefon Diggs is now second overall (119) after capturing 15+ targets during two of his last three matchups. Diggs has also eclipsed 10+ in seven different contests.

Justin Jefferson has accumulated 116 targets, including 45 during his last four outings. Tyreek Hill is next (115) even though he has failed to attain a double-digit target total since Week 8.

CeeDee Lamb has now eclipsed 100 targets for a third consecutive season after expanding his overall total to 104 entering Week 13. He has also collected 11+ during two of his last three games. Amari Cooper has now accrued 93 targets, including 12 during each of his last two matchups.

Michael Pittman Jr. is the sixth receiver who has accumulated 100+ targets (103), after attaining a double-digit total for the third time this season. Diontae Johnson is next (98) after capturing eight targets in Week 12, which was his highest weekly total since Week 7.

Amari Cooper has now accrued 93 targets, including 12 during each of his last two matchups. D.K. Metcalf has been targeted 92 times after he stockpiled a season-high 15 when Seattle hosted Las Vegas in Week 12.

Chris Olave continues to lead all members of his rookie class in targets (92) after he attained 9+ for the fifth time this season. Christian Kirk is next (91), with a total that has been fueled by the 30 that he has accumulated since Week 9 (10.0 per game).

Courtland Sutton has accumulated 88 targets and is ninth among all wide receivers with 26 (8.7 per game) since Week 10. D.J. Moore has also collected 88 targets even though he has failed to reach double digits since Week 8. That ties Moore with Amon-Ra St. Brown who is fifth overall with 48 targets (9.6 per game) since Week 8. St. Brown’s recent statistical surge will be examined in the Five Things I Noticed section.

Chris Godwin has now eclipsed 10+ targets in five of his last six matchups while elevating his overall total to 86. A.J. Brown has also collected 86 targets even though he has averaged just 5.8 per game since Week 9. Terry McLaurin has also assembled 86 targets. He had been averaging 10.0 per game in Weeks 9-10 but that average has dropped to 6.5 per game since Week 11.

Mike Evans returned from Tampa Bay’s bye week to collect nine targets from Tom Brady which expanded his overall total to 85. That ties Evans with Jaylen Waddle who reached double digits for the third time this season in Week 12.

Tee Higgins has now averaged 11.0 targets per game during his last two outings which have improved his overall total to 80 entering Week 13. Zay Jones captured a career-high 14 targets when Jacksonville hosted Baltimore in Week 12. He has now collected 10+ in four different matchups this season while his overall total has improved to 79.

DeVonta Smith has also accrued 79 targets after eclipsing 8+ in four of his last five games. That ties Smith with Garrett Wilson, who captured 8+ for the fifth time this season during his Week 12 matchup.

The seven targets that Tyler Lockett collected in Week 12 represented his highest total since Week 8. It also expanded his overall total to 78. Adam Thielen has now been targeted 77 times after he reached double digits for the first time this season in Week 12. Deebo Samuel has accumulated 76 targets even though he has not reached double digits since Week 6.

Seven different wide receivers have averaged at least 10 targets per game from Weeks 1- 12 - Adams (11.2), Diggs (10.8), Hopkins (10.7), Chase (10.6), Jefferson (10.5), Hill (10.5), and Marquise Brown (10.3).


Week 12 Target Risers And Fallers 

Wide Receivers  Week 11 Week 12 Changes
Stefon Diggs 5 15 +10
Isaiah McKenzie 1 10 +9
Adam Thielen 3 10 +7
DeAndre Carter 3 10 +7
Justin Jefferson 5 11 +6
CeeDee Lamb 5 11 +6
Kendall Hinton 3 9 +6
Olamide Zaccheaus 2 8 +6
Garrett Wilson 3 8 +5
Nelson Agholor 3 8 +5
Jauan Jennings 2 7 +5
Brandon Aiyuk 4 8 +4
Michael Pittman 7 11 +4
Michael Gallup 4 8 +4
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine 2 6 +4
Devin Duvernay 1 5 +4
D.J. Chark 1 5 +4
Chris Olave 6 9 +3
Richie James 3 6 +3
Kendrick Bourne 1 4 +3
Robbie Anderson 0 3 +3
Montrell Washington 0 3 +3
Lance McCutcheon 0 3 +3
Amon-Ra St. Brown 8 10 +2
Nico Collins 7 9 +2
Van Jefferson 5 7 +2
Chase Claypool 3 5 +2
Quez Watkins 2 5 +2
DeVante Parker 2 4 +2
Brandon Johnson 2 4 +2
Dante Pettis 0 2 +2
Anthony Schwartz 0 2 +2
Byron Pringle 0 2 +2
Jalen Virgil 0 2 +2
Davante Adams 13 11 -2
Deebo Samuel 9 7 -2
Treylon Burks 8 6 -2
Gabriel Davis 7 5 -2
Donovan Peoples-Jones 6 4 -2
Jakobi Meyers 6 4 -2
Randall Cobb 6 4 -2
Elijah Moore 4 2 -2
Justin Watson 4 2 -2
Laviska Shenault 4 2 -2
Joshua Palmer 10 7 -3
Tyler Boyd 7 4 -3
Terrace Marshall 6 3 -3
Tee Higgins 13 9 -4
Darius Slayton 10 6 -4
Mack Hollins 9 5 -4
Chris Moore 7 3 -4
Demarcus Robinson 9 4 -5
Denzel Mims 6 1 -5
DeAndre Hopkins 12 6 -6
Alec Pierce 8 2 -6
A.J. Green 9 2 -7
Allen Lazard 11 3 -8

14 different wide receivers were targeted 10+ times during their matchups in Week 12. That includes the 15 targets that Stefon Diggs received from Josh Allen during Buffalo’s Thanksgiving Day matchup in Detroit, which was the seventh time that Diggs has secured at least 10 from Allen this season.

The 15 targets that D.K. Metcalf accumulated in Week 12 tied his career high, which had been established in Week 8 of the 2020 regular season. It was also the fourth game in which he has eclipsed 10+ this season. Zay Jones has now captured 10+ targets in two consecutive games along with three of his last five contests after he established a new career high with 14 in Week 12.

The 13 targets that Chris Godwin received from Tom Brady in Week 12 tied his season high. Godwin has also attained a double-digit total in six of his nine games this season. Amari Cooper has also captured 10+ in six different matchups. He has also secured 12+ in four different games, including each of his last two contests.

Davante Adams averaged 7.0 targets per game from Weeks 5-8 but that average has soared to a league-high 13.8 per game since Week 9. That includes the 11 targets that he accumulated when Las Vegas traveled to Seattle in Week 12.

Justin Jefferson has now averaged 11.3 targets per game while attaining a 29.2% share during his last four matchups after he captured 11 in Week 12. CeeDee Lamb also assembled 11 targets during his Week 12 matchup and has now eclipsed 11+ in five different outings this season.

Michael Pittman also captured 11 targets during the Colts’ Week 12 matchup with Pittsburgh and has now eclipsed 9+ during five of his last seven matchups. Pittman has also attained a 28.2% target share during that span.

Amon-Ra St. Brown‘s 10 targets sustained his five-game streak of attaining 8+. The 10 targets that Jaylen Waddle received in Week 12 represented his first double-digit target total since Week 6. It was also the third time that he has eclipsed 10+ this season.

Adam Thielen had failed to reach double digits during his first 10 matchups this season before Kirk Cousins distributed 10 to the nine-year veteran on Thanksgiving Day. It was also the first time that Thielen had collected 10 targets since Week 11 of the 2021 regular season.

DeAndre Carter had never collected more than eight targets during the first 70 games of his career but he reached double digits for the first time in Week 12 (10). Isaiah McKenzie secured a double-digit total for just the second time in his career when he accrued 10 during the Bills matchup in Week 12. It was also his highest total since Week 16 of last season.

Diggs’ 15 targets in Week 12 quickly improved upon his uncharacteristically low target total in Week 11 (5). That also fueled his week-to-week surge of +10. Diggs' teammate McKenzie not only registered his highest target total of the season in Week 12 but his 10 targets were accumulated one week after he had been targeted just once in Week 11. That resulted in the second-highest weekly increase of +9.

Thielen’s first double-digit total of the season occurred immediately after he had been limited to a season-low three targets during Minnesota’s Week 11 matchup. That fueled his weekly increase of +7. He was joined by Carter, who had also registered three targets in Week, 11 prior to his career-best outing in Week 12.

Jefferson and Lamb both registered five targets during their Week 11 matchups, which destined them to double-digit declines when contrasted with their target totals from Week 10 (Jefferson -11), (Lamb -10). However, both receivers garnered 11 targets during their Week 12 matchups which improved their weekly totals by +6.

They were joined by Denver's Kendall Hinton, whose nine targets easily surpassed his previous career high (5). Hinton had been targeted three times during the Broncos' matchup in Week 11, which resulted in his weekly increase of +6.

Olamide Zaccheaus was targeted eight times by Marcus Mariota in Week 12 which established a season-high. It was the second-highest weekly total of his career and occurred after he had been relegated to two targets in Week 11. That propelled Zaccheaus to a weekly increase of +6.

Allen Lazard was included among last week's weekly risers after he captured a career-high 11 targets in Week 11. However, the three targets that he received from Aaron Rodgers in Week 12 automatically fueled a decline of -8.

A.J. Green also secured a new season high when he received nine targets in Week 11. He was only targeted twice when Arizona hosted the Chargers in Week 12 which dropped his weekly total by -7. Green's teammate DeAndre Hopkins has been targeted 12+ times during four of his six games since returning to Arizona’s lineup. He only collected six from Kyler Murray in Week 12, which resulted in a drop of -6. 


Week 12 Air Yards

Wide Receiver  Air Yards
Tyreek Hill 1349
Chris Olave 1347
Davante Adams 1337
Stefon Diggs 1273
Amari Cooper 1172
Terry McLaurin 1142
Justin Jefferson 1141
CeeDee Lamb 1104
Mike Evans 1078
D.J. Moore 1049
Courtland Sutton 1034
Jaylen Waddle 1011
D.K.Metcalf 969
Gabriel Davis 946
Diontae Johnson 914
A.J. Brown 911
Tyler Lockett 883
Allen Lazard 879
Tee Higgins 864
George Pickens 837
Mack Hollins 836
Christian Kirk 790
Marquise Brown 757
Donovan Peoples-Jones 756
Darnell Mooney 731
Cooper Kupp 729
Adam Thielen 727
Mike Williams 710
Marvin Jones 705
Brandon Aiyuk 688
DeVonta Smith 682
Jerry Jeudy 679
Michael Pittman 673
Brandin Cooks 668
Ja'Marr Chase 664
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 663
Alec Pierce 642
DeAndre Hopkins 640
Chase Claypool 634
Drake London 633
Garrett Wilson 627
Zay Jones 621
Jakobi Meyers 620
Tyler Boyd 595
Darius Slayton 578
Nico Collins 571
DeVante Parker 560
Amon-Ra St. Brown 557

Tyreek Hill leads all wide receivers with 1,349 air yards. Chris Olave is currently a close second (1,347) followed by Davante Adams (1,337), Stefon Diggs (1.273), Amari Cooper (1.172), Terry McLaurin (1.142), Justin Jefferson (1.141), CeeDee Lamb (1,104), and Mike Evans with 1,078 air yards.

D..J. Moore has accumulated 1,049 yards, followed by Courtland Sutton (1.034), Jaylen Waddle (1,011), D.K. Metcalf (969), Gabriel Davis (946), Diontae Johnson (914), A.J. Brown (911), and Tyler Lockett, with 883 air yards.

Allen Lazard has now accrued 879 yards, followed by Tee Higgins (864), George Pickens (837), Mack Hollins (836), Christian Kirk (790), Marquise Brown (757), Donovan Peoples-Jones (756), Darnell Mooney (731), Adam Thielen (727), and Mike Williams (710).

Wide Receiver Air Yard %
D.J. Moore 45.69
DeAndre Hopkins 44.6
Justin Jefferson 41.7
CeeDee Lamb 41.27
A.J. Brown 40.51
Davante Adams 40.5
Amari Cooper 39.49
Marquise Brown 39.32
Tyreek Hill 38.32
Terry McLaurin 37.99
Darius Slayton 37.85
Chris Olave 37.57
D.K. Metcalf 36.94
Stefon Diggs 36.77
Darnell Mooney 36.75
Mike Evans 36.26
Ja'Marr Chase 35.38
Cooper Kupp 35
Mike Williams 33.87
Tyler Lockett 33.66
Allen Lazard 32.85
D.J. Chark 32.68
Tee Higgins 32.25
Van Jefferson 31.9
Jakobi Meyers 31.88
Courtland Sutton 31.29
Christian Kirk 30.72
DeVonta Smith 30.32
Diontae Johnson 30.12
Gabriel Davis 30.01
Jaylen Waddle 28.72
Michael Pittman 28.53
Brandon Aiyuk 28.45
Brandin Cooks 28.37
Marvin Jones 28.36
Corey Davis 27.78
Rashod Bateman 27.77
Damiere Byrd 27.62
Chase Claypool 27.6
George Pickens 27.58
Treylon Burks 27.56
Josh Reynolds 27.27
Alec Pierce 27.21
Nico Collins 27.05
Terrace Marshall Jr. 26.95
Michael Gallup 26.86
Drake London 26.77
Adam Thielen 26.57

D. J. Moore leads all wide receivers with a 45.7% air yards share. DeAndre Hopkins is second overall (44.6%), followed by Justin Jefferson (41.7%), CeeDee Lamb (41.3%), A.J. Brown (40.5%), Davante Adams (40.5%), Amari Cooper (39.5%), Marquise Brown (39.2%), Tyreek Hill (38.3%), and Terry McLaurin, who has attained a share of 37.99%.

Darius Slayton is next (37.85%), followed by Chris Olave (37.57%), D.K. Metcalf (36.9%), Stefon Diggs (36.7%), Darnell Mooney (36.8%), Mike Evans (36.3%), Ja’Marr Chase (35.4%), and Mike Williams who has secured an air yard share of 33.9%. Tyler Lockett is next (33.7%), followed by Allen Lazard (32.9%), Tee Higgins (32.3%), Van Jefferson (31.9%), and Jakobi Meyers, who has secured an air yards share of 31.88%.


Week 12 Targets Per Route Run

Wide Receiver  TPRR%
DeAndre Hopkins 34.2
Amon-Ra St. Brown 33.1
Davante Adams 32.5
Tyreek Hill 32.4
CeeDee Lamb 31.2
Deebo Samuel 30.3
Chris Olave 29.7
Jakobi Meyers 28.2
Jauan Jennings 27.6
Chris Godwin 27.3
Stefon Diggs 27.1
A.J. Brown 26.8
Amari Cooper 26.7
Brandon Aiyuk 26.7
D.K. Metcalf 26.1
Justin Jefferson 25.5
DJ Moore 25.4
Tee Higgins 25.2
Mike Williams 24.7
Michael Pittman 24.6
Marquise Brown 24.3
Jaylen Waddle 24.1
Christian Watson 24.1
Mike Evans 23.9
Christian Kirk 23.6
Garrett Wilson 23.6
Drake London 23.6
Treylon Burks 23.4
Courtland Sutton 23.2
Jerry Jeudy 23.1
Nico Collins 23
Van Jefferson 23
Terry McLaurin 22.9
Zay Jones 22.9
DeVonta Smith 22.8
Skyy Moore 22.8
Allen Lazard 22.7
Ja'Marr Chase 22.6
Brandin Cooks 22.6
Richie James 22.6
Robert Woods 22
Darius Slayton 21.8
Joshua Palmer 21.7
Diontae Johnson 21.6
Randall Cobb 21.6
Demarcus Robinson 21.6
Jarvis Landry 21.6
JuJu Smith-Schuster 21.3
Greg Dortch 21.1
Tyler Lockett 21

DeAndre Hopkins has been targeted on 34.2% of his routes which leads all wide receivers entering Week 13. Amon Ra St. Brown is second overall (33.1%), followed by Davante Adams (32.5%), Tyreek Hill (32.4%), CeeDee Lamb (31.2%), Deebo Samuel (30.3%), Chris Olave (29.7%), Jakobi Meyers (28.2%), Jauan Jennings (27.6%), and Chris Godwin, who has been targeted on 27.3% of his routes.

Stefon Diggs is next (27.1%), followed by A.J. Brown (26.8%), Amari Cooper (26.7%), Brandon Aiyuk (26.7%), D.K. Metcalf (26.1%), Justin Jefferson (25.5%), D.J. Moore (25.4%), Tee Higgins (25.2%), and Mike Williams, who has been targeted on 24.7% of his routes.

Michael Pittman is next (24.6%), followed by Marquise Brown (24.3%), Jaylen Waddle  (24.1%), Christian Watson (24.1%), Mike Evans (23.9%), and three receivers who have been targeted on 26.3% of their routes: Christian Kirk, Garrett Wilson, and Drake London.


Week 12 Yards Per Route Run 

Wide Receiver YPRR
Tyreek Hill 3.47
DeAndre Hopkins 3.07
Jaylen Waddle 2.73
Justin Jefferson 2.71
Amon-Ra St. Brown 2.69
Chris Olave 2.65
Davante Adams 2.64
Tee Higgins 2.61
Jakobi Meyers 2.6
A.J. Brown 2.59
CeeDee Lamb 2.57
Stefon Diggs 2.53
Christian Watson 2.5
Darius Slayton 2.36
Brandon Aiyuk 2.35
Amari Cooper 2.28
Terry McLaurin 2.23
DeVante Parker 2.2
Tre'Quan Smith 2.18
Treylon Burks 2.17
Mike Williams 2.1
Randall Cobb 2.09
JuJu Smith-Schuster 2.08
Olamide Zaccheaus 2.05
Deebo Samuel 2.04
Jauan Jennings 2.01
Nelson Agholor 2.01
Mike Evans 1.97
Terrace Marshall 1.94
DK Metcalf 1.91
Tyler Lockett 1.91
Jerry Jeudy 1.89
Christian Kirk 1.88
Garrett Wilson 1.87
Chris Godwin 1.86
Ja'Marr Chase 1.85
Nico Collins 1.84
Courtland Sutton 1.82
Allen Lazard 1.82
Richie James 1.81
Skyy Moore 1.8
Marquise Brown 1.79
Noah Brown 1.79
Michael Pittman 1.76
DeVonta Smith 1.76
Julio Jones 1.76
Donovan Peoples-Jones 1.76

Tyreek Hill has maintained his league lead in yards per route run (3.47), followed by DeAndre Hopkins  (3.07), Jaylen Waddle (2.73), Justin Jefferson (2.71), Amon-Ra St.  Brown (2.69), Chris Olave (2.65), Davante Adams (2.64), Tee Higgins (2.61), and Jakobi Meyers, who has secured an average of 2.6 yards per route run.

A.J. Brown is next (2.59), followed by CeeDee Lamb, (2.57), Stefon Diggs (2.53), Christian Watson (2.5), Darius Slayton (2.36), Brandon Aiyuk (2.35), Amari Cooper (2.28), Terry McLaurin (2.23), and DeVante Parker, who is averaging 2.2 yards per route run.

Tre’Quan Smith is averaging 2.18, followed by Treylon Burks (2.17), Mike Williams (2.1), Randall Cobb (2.09), Juju Smith-Schuster (2.08), Olamide Zacchaeus, 2.05, Deebo Samuel, (2.04), and two receivers who are averaging. 2.01 yards per route run: Jauan Jennings, and Nelson Agholor.


Week 12 Red Zone Targets 

Wide Receiver Inside 20 Inside 10 Inside 5
Justin Jefferson 20 14 4
Stefon Diggs 19 10 7
D.K. Metcalf 19 8 3
Davante Adams 16 9 6
Christian Kirk 16 9 7
Ja'Marr Chase 14 7 5
Adam Thielen 14 6 3
A.J. Brown 13 8 4
Brandon Aiyuk 12 3 1
Garrett Wilson 12 9 3
Allen Lazard 12 5 3
Chris Olave 11 2 1
Cooper Kupp 11 6 4
Amari Cooper 11 4 1
Mike Evans 11 5 3
Courtland Sutton 11 6 5
Zay Jones 11 4 1
Deebo Samuel 11 7 3
Diontae Johnson 11 3 1
Drake London 11 5 4
JuJu Smith-Schuster 10 1 1
Isaiah McKenzie 10 6 3
Mecole Hardman 10 6 2
Amon-Ra St. Brown 9 5 5
Chris Godwin 9 6 1
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 9 3 0
Mike Williams 9 0 0
Josh Reynolds 9 7 4
Robert Woods 9 3 0
Russell Gage 9 2 1
Jaylen Waddle 8 5 1
CeeDee Lamb 8 4 3
Terry McLaurin 8 0 0
DeVonta Smith 8 2 1
Joshua Palmer 8 4 0
Mack Hollins 8 5 2
Curtis Samuel 8 6 2
Noah Brown 8 3 1
Tyreek Hill 7 4 4
Tee Higgins 7 1 1
Donovan Peoples-Jones 7 4 2
Marquise Brown 7 2 1
Brandin Cooks 7 3 0
Darnell Mooney 7 3 2
Jerry Jeudy 7 4 0
Rondale Moore 7 2 1
Marvin Jones 7 4 1
Christian Watson 7 3 0
Devin Duvernay 7 4 3
Demarcus Robinson 7 1 0
Trent Sherfield 7 1 0
Chris Moore 7 0 0
Julio Jones 7 2 0

Justin Jefferson leads all wide receivers with 20 red zone targets entering Week 13. Stefon Diggs has collected seven targets since Week 10 which has propelled his overall total to 19. That ties Diggs with D.K. Metcalf, while Davante Adams and Christian Kirk have been targeted 16 times.

Two wide receivers have accumulated 14 targets – Ja’Marr Chase, and Adam Thielen, while A.J. Brown has captured 13 targets inside the 20. Three receivers have accrued 12 targets; Brandon Aiyuk, Garrett Wilson, and Allen Lazard, while eight different receivers have been targeted 11 times in the red zone – (Chris Olave/Amari Cooper/ Mike Evans/Courtland Sutton/Zay Jones/Deebo Samuel/Diontae Johnson/Drake London).

Jefferson also leads the position with 14 targets inside the 10-yard line, followed by Diggs (10) and three receivers who have been targeted nine times – Adams, Kirk, and Wilson. Metcalf and Brown have also been targeted eight times inside the 10.

Diggs and Kirk have attained a league-high seven targets inside the 5-yard line, followed by Adams (6), and three receivers who have been targeted five times – Chase, Courtland Sutton, and Amon-Ra St. Brown.


Week 12 Snap Counts

Wide Receiver  Week 12 Total Snap % Total Snaps
D.J. Moore 62/96.9% 96.75 654
Michael Pittman 62/100% 96.44 704
Justin Jefferson 64/97% 96.19 682
Ja'Marr Chase INJ 95.31 447
Cooper Kupp INJ 95.22 518
Marquise Brown 62/96.9% 95.15 471
Davante Adams 77/100% 94.72 646
Mack Hollins 74/96.1% 93.55 638
Courtland Sutton 53/93% 92.87 651
Adam Thielen 61/92.4% 92.67 657
Gabriel Davis 66/89.2% 91.98 608
Diontae Johnson 64/95.5% 91.93 661
Brandon Aiyuk 65/97% 91.84 619
Allen Robinson INJ 90.76 550
DeVonta Smith 73/92.4% 90.27 659
Terry McLaurin 49/81.7% 90.13 721
Allen Lazard 49/100% 90.03 551
Christian Kirk 55/90.2% 89.46 628
Donovan Peoples-Jones 72/96% 88.76 663
CeeDee Lamb 54/78.3% 87.86 608
Zay Jones 55/90.2% 87.5 574
DeAndre Hopkins 47/73.4% 87.21 341
Chase Claypool 37/66.1% 86.34 436
Joshua Palmer 61/95.3% 84.73 566
Amari Cooper 71/94.7% 84.47 631
Parris Campbell 54/87.1% 84.19 655
Mike Evans 60/90.9% 84.02 568
Robbie Anderson 28/47.8% 83.59 270
A.J. Brown 76/96.2% 83.56 610
Darnell Mooney 18/32.1% 83.2 604
Brandin Cooks 43/74.1% 81.03 470
Rondale Moore INJ 80.97 434
Tyler Lockett 55/87.3% 80.28 521
Ben Skowronek 34/63% 80 528
Tyler Boyd 49/74.2% 79.64 575
Jakobi Meyers 16/29.1% 79.63 430
Drake London 49/89.1% 79.51 551
Deebo Samuel 53/79.1% 79.42 494
Mike Williams INJ 79.27 436
Chris Godwin 63/95.5% 79.21 484
George Pickens 52/77.6% 78.58 565
D.K. Metcalf 57/90.5% 77.81 505
Stefon Diggs 57/77.0% 76.86 558
Noah Brown 31/44.9% 76.85 488
Curtis Samuel 35/58.3% 75 600
Jaylen Waddle 44/61.1% 74.67 507
Amon-Ra St. Brown 59/88.1% 74.56 466

D.J. Moore leads all wide receivers with a 96.8% snap share. Michael Pittman is second overall (96.4%), followed by Justin Jefferson (96.2%), Ja’Marr Chase (95.3%), Marquise Brown (95.2%), Davante Adams (94.7%), Mack Hollins (93.6%), Courtland Sutton (92.9%), Adam Thielen (92.7%), and Gabriel Davis who has attained a snap share of 91.4%.

Diontae Johnson has secured a 91.9% share, followed by Brandon Aiyuk (91.8%), DeVonta Smith (90.3%), Terry McLaurin (90.1%), Allen Lazard (90.0%), Christian Kirk (89.5%), and Donovan Peoples-Jones who has played on 88.8% of Cleveland’s offensive snaps.

Terry, McLaurin has played on 721 offensive snaps which leads all wide receivers. Michael Pittman is second (704), followed by Justin Jefferson (682), Donovan Peoples-Jones (663), Diontae Johnson (661), DeVonta Smith (659), Adam Thielen (657), Parris Campbell (655), D.J. Moore (654), and Courtland Sutton, who has been involved in 651 of Denver’s offensive snaps.

Davante Adams has played on 646 snaps, followed by teammate Mack Hollins (638), Amari Cooper (6310, Christian Kirk (628), Brandon Aiyuk (619), A.J., Brown (610), and Gabriel Davis (608). CeeDee Lamb is next (608), followed by Curtis Samuel (600), Tyler Boyd (575), Zay Jones (574), Mike Evans (568), Josh Palmer (566), and George Pickens, who has played on 565 offensive snaps.


Five Things I Noticed  

1.  Amon-Ra St. Brown’s season began with encouraging numbers, as he ascended to seventh among all wide receivers in targets from Weeks 1-3 (33/11 per game/28.5% share). St. Brown was also fourth in receptions (23/7.7 per game) and ninth in receiving yards (253/84.3 per game). He was sidelined by an ankle injury in Week 4, then limited to 10 snaps in Week 7 (concussion protocol).

However, St. Brown has delivered an impressive statistical surge since his return in Week 8. He is fifth among all wide receivers with 48 targets (9.6 per game) while commandeering a 33.3% share. The second-year receiver has also eclipsed 10+ during three of his five matchups in that span and is second overall with 37 receptions (7.4 per game), and sixth with 441 receiving yards (88.2 per game).

That includes the season-high 122 yards that he stockpiled when the Lions hosted Buffalo on Thanksgiving Day, which is the second game in which he has registered 119+ since Week 10. His favorable usage and production have also vaulted him to WR6 since Week 8, while St. Brown leads the league in yards after catch (197). He has also run 143 routes while being targeted by Jared Goff on 33.6% of his routes and averaging 3.08 yards per route run.

Goff has averaged 30.4 attempts and 20 completions per game during that sequence securing a 65.8% completion percentage. Goff has also averaged 7.2 yards per attempt while constructing a 6:1 touchdown to interception during that five-game span.

St. Brown’s connections with Goff have boosted his target share to 28.5% from Weeks 1-12, Josh Reynolds is second among Detroit’s wide receivers (17.6%), followed by Khalif Raymond (12.6%).

Reynolds was second among Detroit’s wide receivers with 42 targets (6.0 per game) from Weeks 1-8. He also averaged 3.7 receptions/51 yards per game during those contests but has failed to register a target since Week 9 while contending with a back injury.

Raymond has now secured a 17.4% target share while averaging 4.8 targets/3.3 receptions/33 receiving yards/30.3 air yards per game during Reynolds’ absence. This has propelled Raymond into second among Detroit’s wide receivers in targets (44), receptions (30), receiving yards (370),  routes run (246), and yards after catch (153) from Weeks 1-12.

D.J. Chark had attained a 76% snap share/16.7% target share from Weeks 1-3 before an ankle issue sidelined him until Week 11. Chark operated with a 73% snap share in Week 12 and was targeted five times by Goff. He could re-emerge as a flex option for managers during his remaining matchups.

Jameson Williams has also been designated to return from the non-football injury list and could make his debut when the Lions host Jacksonville on Sunday. Detroit’s first-round selection in last April’s NFL Draft could also become a viable resource for managers during the fantasy postseason.

However, neither Williams nor Chalk will not threaten St. Brown's status as the team’s primary receiving weapon. This will enable managers to continue the deployment of St. Brown as their WR1.

2. The Seahawks returned from their bye week to host the Raiders in Week 12 which resulted in another impressive performance by Geno Smith and Seattle’s ninth-ranked aerial attack, which is now averaging 235 yards per game. This represents a sizable improvement from the Seahawks' ranking of 23rd last season (201.9 per game).

Seattle had also ranked 20th in pass play percentage during 2021 (56.7%) and finished dead last in attempts per game (29.1). However, they have elevated to 18th in pass play percentage this season (58%) and are 22nd with an average of 32.2 attempts per game.

Geno Smith has dramatically altered the trajectory of his career during his ninth season and now enters Week 13 at sixth overall in passing yardage (2,802/254.7 per game) and eighth in completions (257/23.4 per game). He has already established new career highs with his 19 touchdown passes and also with his 72.8% completion percentage. He also needs just 244 additional yards to secure a new career high in that category.

Smith has also distributed a team-high 92 targets (8.4 per game) to D.K. Metcalf, who has surged to 10th among all wide receivers. Metcalf has also secured a 26.7% target share while attaining a double-digit target total in four different matchups since Week 3.

Metcalf has also risen to 10th in receptions (59/5.4 per game) and is 19th in receiving yards 671/61 per game), 13th in air yards (969), and 15th in air yards share (36.9%). Metcalf has also been targeted on 26.1% of his routes and is tied for second in red zone targets (19).

His per-game averages in targets (8.4), receptions (5.4), and receiving yards (61), have improved from last season (7.6 targets/4.4 receptions/56.9 yards). Those averages in targets and receptions are also the highest of his career, although his average in yardage remains behind the career-best 81.4 per game that he secured during 2020.

Anyone with Metcalf on their rosters would embrace a surge in his touchdown total, as he accumulated 22 in 2020-2021, but has only generated four this season.

Tyler Lockett has risen to WR13 in scoring, 12th in receptions (57/5.2 per game), and 16th in receiving yards (708/64.4 per game). He is also 16th overall in air yards (883). Lockett also leads Seattle in routes run (371), has been targeted by Smith on 21% of his routes, and is averaging 1.91 yards per route run.

Smith was able to sustain his proficiency when he faced Las Vegas while distributing 22  targets to Metcalf and Lockett. Metcalf's team-high 15 also tied his career-high. He also secured season-highs in target share of 40.5%, and receptions (11), while he also attained his second-highest yardage total of the year (90).

Metcalf also accumulated 102 air yards and secured an air yards share of 34.7%. He also ran 42 routes, was targeted on 35.7% of those routes, and averaged 2.14 yards per route run.

Lockett was targeted seven times while accruing three receptions, and producing 67  receiving yards. Lockett also generated his sixth touchdown of the season which places him sixth overall. He also accumulated 90 air yards and attained an air yards share of 30.6%. He also ran 41 routes, was targeted on 17.1% of those routes and averaged 1.66 yards per route run.

Fantasy managers can confidently deploy Metcalf as a WR2 while Lockett can operate as a WR2/high-end WR3 during upcoming matchups.

3. The Jets hosted Chicago in Week 12 following a mid-week transition from Zach Wilson to Mike White under center. Wilson’s continued deficiencies had become a growing impediment, and his performances threatened to derail a promising season for a team that is capable of surging into the postseason.

Wilson’s numbers through the first 20 starts of his career have failed to match the expectations that are inherent for the second overall selection of an NFL Draft. His 55.6% completion percentage placed him 35th overall prior to his demotion while he was only 30th in completed air yards per attempt (3.1), 35th in touchdowns (4), and 34th in touchdown percentage (2.1%).

The Jets were initially successful in diminishing the impact of Wilson’s inadequacies through a heavy reliance on Breece Hall and their rushing attack from Weeks 4-7 (29.8 attempts per game). That average dropped to 24 per game from Weeks 8-11, and the Jets could not rely on Wilson to perform proficiently.

His deficiencies also delivered massive discomfort to fantasy managers who had invested in Garrett Wilson (ADP 147/WR58), and Elijah Moore (ADP 79/WR33).  Wilson had vaulted into a tie for seventh among all wide receivers with 33 targets (11 per game) from Weeks 1-3 while Joe Flacco was spearheading the Jets’ aerial attack.

He also ascended to WR9 during Weeks 2-3. However, he dropped to WR50 from Weeks 4-11, while averaging 5.4 targets, 3.7 receptions, and 45.6 yards per game. Wilson did lead New York with 318 routes run. However, his average of 1.60 yards per route run represented a drop from the 2.00 that he averaged from Weeks 1-3.

Moore was averaging 7.0 targets, 4.0 receptions, and 46.3 yards per game from Weeks 1-3, His usage plummeted to 1.8 targets per game from Weeks 4-10, including a microscopic 0.3 per game from Weeks 6-10. He was also inactive in Week 7 after he expressed frustration with his lack of involvement in the offense.

Moore was also limited to a total of 64 snaps from Weeks 8-11, while he only ran 81 routes during those contests. Davis had also been limited to 3.8 targets, 2.3 receptions, and 41 yards per game during that sequence.

The magnitude of Wilson’s substandard performances eventually compelled Richard Saleh to elevate White into the starting role in Week 12. White responded by completing 22 of his 28 passes (78.6%) while generating 315 yards and three touchdowns. White also averaged 11.3 yards per attempt/13.4 air yards per attempt, while his presence reignited the production of (Garrett) Wilson and Moore.

Wilson garnered a team-high eight targets (28.6% target share) while collecting five receptions and accumulating his third-highest yardage total of the season (95). Wilson also generated his first touchdowns since Week 2, while registering two red zone targets, after being limited to just one from Weeks 4-11.

Wilson also ran 28 routes, was targeted by White on 28.6% of those routes, and also averaged 3.4 yards per route run. Patient managers who have been hoping that Wilson can still build upon the promising numbers that he delivered earlier this season will be rewarded if White is guiding the Jets’ aerial efforts.

White only targeted Moore twice, but he captured both targets while accumulating a season-high 64 yards, and producing his first touchdown of the season. Moore also ran 14 routes, was targeted on 14.3% of those routes and averaged 4.57  yards per route run. The one-game sample size provides the possibility that Moore can regain relevance if White remains New York’s starting signal caller.

Corey Davis also returned for his first snaps since encountering a knee issue in Week 7. Davis was targeted three times and collected one nine-yard reception, and could join Wilson and Moore as the recipient of favorable usage if White is distributing targets to New York’s receiving weaponry.

4. Michael Gallup’s protracted recovery from the torn ACL that he sustained last January kept him sidelined until the Cowboys’ Week 4 matchup with NFC East rival Washington. However, he has confiscated WR2 responsibilities for Dallas entering Week 13. 

Gallup operated with a 65.9% snap share but was limited to a 16.5% target share from Weeks 4-7. He also averaged 4.3 targets, 2.0 receptions, and 21.5 yards per game during that sequence. He also ran 92 routes, was targeted on 18.5% of those routes, and averaged 0.93 yards per route run.

Noah Brown had secured an 81.7% snap share and a 17.5 target share during those same matchups while averaging 4.5 targets, 2.5 receptions, and 31.5 yards per game. Brown also ran 92 routes (23 per game) from Weeks 4-7 while being targeted on 19.6% of those routes, and averaging 1.37 yards per route run.

Since Week 8, Gallup’s snap share has risen to 81.0%, while his target share has expanded to 19.7%. He has also averaged 6.3 targets, 4.0, receptions, and 47 yards per game during that span. Gallup has also run 116 routes (29 per game) during those four contests, while being targeted on 21.6% of his routes, and averaging 1.62 yards per route run.

Brown’s numbers universally declined from Weeks 8-12 as his snap share dropped to 61.4%, while his target share plummeted to just 4.95%. Brown also averaged just 1.7 targets, 0.75 receptions, and 11.3 yards per game. Brown also ran just 45 routes, was only targeted on 8.8% of those routes, and averaged just 0.79 yards per route run.

Gallup also captured a 27.6% target share when Dallas hosted the Giants in Week 12, while he also established season highs in targets (8), receptions (5), and receiving yards (63).

CeeDee Lamb continues to operate proficiently as the Cowboys’ primary receiving option, as his 31.4% target share trails only Davante Adams. Lamb is also fifth overall with 104 targets (8.5 per game), fourth in air yards share (41.3%), sixth in receiving yards (857/77.9 per game), and eighth in both receptions (64/5.8 per game), and air yards (1,104).

While Lamb’s critical importance to fantasy managers is unquestioned, Gallup has now emerged as a prospective flex option who could elevate into WR3 territory as you advance into fantasy playoff matchups.

Zay Jones has also joined Gallup as a viable starting option for fantasy managers. Jones is one of just four receivers who are averaging 12+ targets per game since Week 10, as he joins Davante Adams, Stefon Diggs, and D.K. Metcalf for that distinction.  Jones' 35.8% target share since Week 10 also leads his position.

Jones is also fourth overall with a 106.5 yards per game average during that sequence and is eighth in receptions (19/9.5 per game), and 10th in air yards share (42.4%). Jones has also run 79 routes while being targeted on 30.4% of those routes and averaging 2.7 yards per route run during that span. Jones also established new career highs in targets (14), receptions (11), and receiving yards (145) when Jackson hosted Baltimore in Week 12.

Christian Kirk remains the WR1 for Trevor Lawrence and the Jaguars, but Jones can now operate as a high-end WR3 for fantasy managers who are searching for additional resources during upcoming matchups.

5. While several wide receivers have been the beneficiaries of encouraging usage in recent weeks, others have been negatively impacted by a decline in their opportunities. This applies to Curtis Samuel, who was one of just 13 receivers to average 10+ targets per game from Weeks 1-3. His average was fueled by a season-high 11 targets during Washington's season opener, and his 10-target outing when the Commanders hosted NFC East rival Philadelphia in Week 3. That also propelled him to a team-high 23.8% target share during that three-game span.

Samuel’s target share diminished to 21.9% and his per-game average dropped to 7.0 from Weeks 4- 7. He still attained 8+ targets during two of those four matchups, including Washington’s Week 7 matchup with Green Bay – which was also the first game during the Commandeers’ transition from Carson Wentz to Taylor Heinicke.

Samuel’s numbers have become far more problematic since Week 8, as his target share has plunged to 11.3%, while he has averaged only 2.8 per game. His share has almost evaporated completely since Week 11 (4.4%), as he has only averaged 1.8 targets with a total of just two targets during Washington’s last two contests. The substantial decline in his usage culminated in Week 12 when Samuel failed to register a target from Heinicke.

Samuel had operated with an 81.9% snap share from Weeks 1-7  but has diminished to 66.3% from Weeks 8-12. Samuel also ran an average of 46.3 routes per game from Weeks 1-3 and was targeted on 21.6% of those routes. He also averaged 1.30 yards per route run during his first three matchups. He averaged 34.5 routes run from Weeks 4-7 and was targeted on 20.3% of those routes. His average in yards per route run also declined to 1.15.

Samuel has run just 21.3 routes per game from Weeks 8-12 and has been targeted on 16.5% of those routes. He did average 1.80 yards per route run during that sequence. Since Week 11, Samuel has run 23 routes and was targeted on just 8.7% of those routes. His yards per route run also plummeted to 0.43.

Terry McLaurin’s target share easily trailed Samuel’s from Weeks 1-6 (22.2%/16.4%), while McLaurin was averaging 6.2 targets per game during that sequence. However, McLaurin’s share has risen to 33.1% since Week 8 while he is averaging 8.2 per game.

Jahan Dotson re-emerged in Week 10 following his four-game absence (hamstring). However, anyone who was anticipating a return to the usage and output that he secured in Weeks 1-3 (6.0 targets/3.0 receptions/36.3 yards/3 touchdowns) has been subjected to a 5.7% target share and microscopic averages of 1.3 targets/0.7 receptions/9.0 yards per game since his return. This underscores the need to avoid dependence on any Washington wide receiver, with the exception of McLaurin.

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