Snap count and usage breakdown for Week 15


Shoots aren’t everything to a fantasy movie production, but they paint a clear picture with the necessary context. Every moment is an opportunity for players to show their presence, and if their moments increase or decrease, you’ll see what the team thinks about their kit. A backrunner may have all of the talent in the world, but if he can’t catch the ball or is useless at defending the pass, his loops won’t react. that talent.

We don’t have many patterns for bullish or bearish points but to try to identify worthwhile trends early on, that’s the basis we’ll be using. Snap% listed reflects player usage in Week 14 competitions.

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Hunter Renfrow, WR, LV (72% > 74% > 92% > 94% snaps)

Hunter Renfrow is good and we just need to deal with it. Everyone likes to point at their physique to compare with their chiseled athletes but end up competing.

Renfrow is a precision runner who chemically reacts to QB Derek Carr Not impeccably. It’s good fact that Renfrow is WR1 this season with WR12 overall and WR15 in PPG. Recent times with Darren Waller (knee) out is definitely a motivator and will continue to present opportunities when Waller is still out of practice.

Renfrow was a locked-in starting player and overloaded with injury during the fictional knockout round.

Rashaad Penny, RB, SEA (0% > 41% > 57% snaps)

Rashaad Penny has finally appeared. Despite his lackluster, injury-ridden career up to this point, he has stature, speed, talent and most importantly, the opportunity to show off as a senior RB pick.

Penny is perfectly healthy for the time being and has shown his full strength at Week 14 although a necessary warning is that he must face the frantic defense of the lowly Texans. However, Penny was entrusted with the lead role. Playing in Seattle’s offense helps alleviate some of the pressure as the defense is mostly focused on the elite duo of DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.

While Penny could get a start in Week 15, a game against rivals LA Rams isn’t ideal as they’re ranked 2nd in defensive urgency by DVOA and despite Penny’s massive participation during the Week. 14, he only sees one target. That could change anyway in a match that will be much closer (if not, playing from behind) but we haven’t seen that yet. The Seahawks still rotate their RB a lot and use backs like Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas heavy in drill situations 3rd down / 2 minutes.

Given Penny’s historically wobbly health, he could justifiably be benched if you have a better pick and reintroduced back into the lineup for Weeks 16 and 17 when the opponent is much lighter. a lot of.

Rondale Moore, WR, ARI (33% > 39% > 43% > 44% fast)

Rondale Moore has seen his transformation rapidly throughout all seasons. While the overall drop from September is worth it, he could be in line for a substantial gain now DeAndre Hopkins not likely to play much in the future.

Moore remains a low aDOT target for Kyler Murray But have speed and get cops to play downfield. It’s not yet clear if the team saved that money for the knockout stages or the end of the season but it’s certain that they’ve been very cautious.

Moore can be added as a brochure at this time but should not be started.

Noah Fant, TE, DEN (85% > 75% > 74% snaps)

Noah Fant’s decline this season has not been good, especially in light of the fact that he is perfectly fit and still showing poor form. An excuse can be made for his disappointing sophomore season due to a high ankle sprain but for now, Fant is almost equal Albert Okwuegbunam who gets rid of a year from a torn ACL!

Fant has exactly 4 goals in 4 of his last 5 games and has the lowest aDOT and yard-per-goal of his career. Although some causes can be blamed on limited QB Teddy Bridgewater, Fant didn’t clear the ball or make YAC like he used to.

He could still be started due to his lack of picks in TE and his fine playing field but the upside potential many imagine going into the season is pretty far-fetched.

Marquez Valdes-Scantling, WR, GB (81% > 70% > 66% snaps)

Marquez Valdes-Scantling surprisingly didn’t make it to Week 14 as expected though Randall Cobbthe absence of (core). MVS saw 19 goals from Weeks 12 to 13 but that number dropped to 5 in one game Aaron Rodgers throw 37 times. Allen Lazard stepped into Cobb’s placement role and was targeted as second (7) in any Packers recipient.

Usually, it is difficult to start MVS outside of the predicament.

Gerald Everett, TE, aorta (86% > 79% > 77% > 62% snaps)

Gerald Everett is losing to teammate TE Would not agree but at least he still seems to be heavily involved in the offense as the primary receiving TE. This week, Everett faces former team LA Rams for the first time as he missed their first game of the season due to injury. While tales of the “game of revenge” are often fruitless, Pete Carroll is the type of coach who makes this issue a point.

In the past 5 games, Everett has averaged 5.8 goals, enough to consider him a fantasy start to Week 15.

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