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Virtual soccer key data, stats from Week 14

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It’s playoff time! The NFL’s goodbye weeks are over and we’ve only got four weeks left on the schedule, which means it’s time for fantasy football. It’s time to put all your chips on the table.

Just because we’re in the knockout stages doesn’t mean it’s time to stop looking back. Week 14 was another great week for fantasy football, with all sorts of COVID-related injuries and news changing the charts quite a bit. Everything seems to have gone according to plan this week, which is always good to see.

Go ahead and take another look at week 14 before heading to week 15, here are the week 14 fantasy football data results.

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The Cowboys played 83 times against Washington, firmly dominating that game from start to finish. Their defence is dominant in a way that makes it harder for their attacking players to put up large numbers. It is interesting to see the pass rate of 63% despite being in control of the game. Looks like they’ve really changed their approach to Tony Pollard and Ezekiel Elliott not 100%. That means good things for Dak Prescott and company when we close the year.

With Taysom Hill In the bottom center, the Saints will run the attack ball. They increased their TB rate to 59% with that number going up to 71% in neutral situations. They didn’t exactly handle the Jets, but they did enough to get the job done, and Hill and Kamara are elite fantasy plays moving forward. On the other side were the Jaguars, who threw the ball at 84% as they tried unsuccessfully for 60 minutes to score a point. Even with a high pass rate and a high pass rate, Jaguars games are mostly empty in terms of virtual points.

The Seahawks posted the highest percentage of deep passes of the year for any team this week, as Russell Wilson throws 28% of his passes more than 25 yards down the field. It was also quite successful this week, because Russ and Tyler Lockett both post strong fantasy dates. The most cautious pass attacks seem to be the Cowboys, Saints and Titans – all three of those teams failed to attempt a deep pass. Let’s check the snaps data.

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With the Browns’ tight ends on the shelf, Austin Hooper got a 100% snap rate and posted a dreamy day because of it (though most of it happens at less than a meter). Sony Michel also has the role of 100% snapshot, which is very rare when running backwards. It is the result of Darrell Henderson inactive, but it wouldn’t be surprising to see Michel being the one to help the Rams close out the year. Foster Moreau played a ton after Darren Waller, but failed to post a usable imaginary date.

Robby Anderson was another surprising name at the top of the list, as he had the best day of the year, beating PJ Walker. Check out the rest of the data and use that search box to find more details!

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The protection of the chiefs made everything easy Patrick Mahomes, who achieved a stunning 10.8 yards per attempt, only needed 24 attempts to post a day of his own powerful fantasy. Joe Burrow, Matthew Stafford, Aaron Rodgers, and Russell Wilson were both eclipsed nine yards for each attempt. The worst of the week, unsurprisingly, Zach Wilson. He scored a pathetic 4.8 yards per attempt with his $42, going only 202 yards. Taylor Heinicke, Mike Glennon, Dak Prescott, Jared Goff, and Trevor Lawrence also struggled in this index this week, though all for different reasons.

The top dog for average effort is Russell Wilson, with PJ Walker not far behind and Kirk Cousin also posted a large number. Derek Carr was on the flip side there, sending most of the view just a few yards down the yard to Hunter Renfrow and finished with a low average target depth of 4.3 yards. Josh Allen also showed up here with a low 5.1 ADoT, Bucs fooled him all day long and he reacted quite well by getting the ball out quickly and bringing his team back from a deficit. big. Check the rest of the data.

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Alvin Kamara is healthy! He dribbled 27 times and added four catches for the first day of his dreams in a long time. Dalvin Cook also dominated post-injury on Thursday night, receiving the ball 28 times (27 attempts). Melvin Gordon outstanding Javonte Williams touches 24 to 16 after missing a week, which is perhaps quite frustrating for Williams’ owners (although his double touchdown day made up for it quite well).

Sony Michel had a disappointing fantasy day, but the workload was still there with 20 executions. If you’re not catching passes or scoring touches, it’s going to be difficult to have a rich fantasy game, but the Rams clearly trust Michel will have the ball in hand.

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Four different players have earned 15 goals: Chris Godwin, George Kittle, Cooper Kupp, and Justin Jefferson. Renfrow Hunter, Stefan Diggs, and Davante Adams not far behind. All of those names should be considered some of the top pass catchers in the future as they have really been in sync with their respective midfielders. The overhead yards total went to Tyler Lockett as he won an actual 144 yards of his 234 yards in the air, adding a long touchdown to make for a smash day. DeAndre Hopkins is a surprise name here with 169 yards in the air, though that’s still largely based on mass as he sees a dozen targets. This was one of his best games of the year in terms of chances, so we’ll see if that continues in the future. Check out the rest of the table yourself!

We’ll close with a goal-sharing progress sheet, we’ve only looked at the past five weeks for gap-saving purposes.

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There are not many surprises with the top of the table here. Kupp and Jefferson win 50%+ target stock for their team and continue to dominate WR1. Amon-Ra St. Brown had another big goal section without great results because the Lions really struggled to move the ball, especially without D’Andre Swift in there.

The biggest name missing from this week’s pass game could be Keenan Allen. In his absence, Josh Palmer hit 23.3% big target rate, beat Mike Williams scornful. Jalen Guyton saw a 10% market share but made money off of a long sale. Justin Herbert is a huge positive for pass catchers, and these two names will come in handy in the future should Keenan or Williams fail again. You can search the team’s acronyms to see how they’ve shared their goals for the past five weeks.

That’s it and that’s all, thanks for being here again! Please contact me directly with any data requests or questions!

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Britta Zeltmann

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