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Fantasy Football Week 7 Snap Share Report

Fantasy Football Week 7 Snap Share Report

FOXBOROUGH, MA – AUGUST 11: New York Giants wide receiver Wan’Dale Robinson (17) carries the ball in warm up before an NFL preseason game between the New England Patriots and the New York Giants on August 11, 2022, at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts. (Photo by Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire) – Fantasy Football Week 7 Snap Snap Share Report

NFL Snap shares continue to be the drivers for projecting performance. Last week we discussed the increased snaps of Parris Campbell and Cam Sims along with recommendations to play Campbell and forget about Sims. Cam Sims went on to give you a 1 catch for 12 yards game and Campbell gave you 10 catches for 70 yards and a touchdown. This just continues to prove that the SGPN Fantasy Football team is here to help you win. So let’s get into the NFL Week 7 Snap Share Report.

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NFL Week 7 Snap Share Report

Significant Snap Share Movers (Increase in snaps from Week 6 to Week 7) 

Name  Team  Pos  Week 6-7 Snap Change  Week 6-7 Carry Change  Week 6-7 Target Change  Week 6 Snap  Week 6 Target  Week 6 Carry  Week 7 Snap  Week 7 Target  Week 7 Carry 
Dortch  ARI  WR  47%  #N/A  #N/A  6%  #N/A  #N/A  53%  3%  18% 
Robinson  NYG  WR  46%  #N/A  12%  23%  16%  #N/A  69%  28%  #N/A 
Pierce  IND  WR  32%  #N/A  -3%  65%  13%  #N/A  97%  10%  #N/A 
Wilson  NYJ  WR  29%  2%  -9%  44%  29%  15%  73%  21%  17% 
Berrios  NYJ  WR  27%  5%  11%  29%  6%  3%  56%  17%  8% 
Pollard  DAL  RB  25%  -5%  1%  40%  7%  42%  65%  8%  38% 
Carter  NYJ  RB  24%  36%  2%  49%  6%  18%  73%  8%  54% 
Milne  WAS  WR  24%  #N/A  -1%  11%  5%  #N/A  35%  3%  #N/A 
Pitts  ATL  TE  22%  #N/A  20%  57%  21%  #N/A  79%  42%  #N/A 
Bryant  CLE  TE  21%  #N/A  -2%  36%  10%  #N/A  57%  8%  #N/A 
Herbert  CHI  RB  19%  7%  #N/A  22%  #N/A  19%  41%  10%  27% 
Cooper  CLE  WR  19%  #N/A  -13%  76%  29%  #N/A  95%  16%  #N/A 
Myarick  NYG  TE  18%  #N/A  #N/A  42%  #N/A  #N/A  60%  10%  #N/A 
London  ATL  WR  18%  #N/A  -20%  67%  29%  #N/A  85%  8%  #N/A 
Jones  GB  RB  18%  22%  21%  56%  9%  45%  74%  30%  67% 
Gibson  WAS  RB  13%  8%  -6%  26%  18%  18%  39%  13%  26% 
Chubb  CLE  RB  13%  -3%  7%  44%  5%  67%  57%  12%  64% 
Hill  MIA  WR  12%  #N/A  4%  77%  33%  #N/A  89%  37%  #N/A 
Thomas  CAR  TE  10%  #N/A  -5%  52%  10%  #N/A  62%  5%  #N/A 

 Biggest Takeaways

The New York Jets hit the injury bug this week with the loss of Breece Hall, Corey Davis, and another offensive lineman. The situation will change there with the passing options. Two Wide Receivers saw an increase in snaps from Week 6 to 7 in Garrett Wilson and Braxton Berrios. With Wilson being owned in 70% of redraft leagues, Berrios (5%) is the likely option to be added. The Jets did bring in James Robinson who will likely see some target share as well. My projection is that with the offensive line issues the short passing game will be used more often which will lend itself to Berrios seeing more opportunities. 

The Brian Robinson experience is not working out well for the Commanders as he has only managed to muster 3.37 yards per carry (YPC) on 46 attempts over 3 weeks of play. The opportunity is there but Gibson is showing explosiveness and upside in his opportunities. It appears that the Commanders realize this as he saw increased opportunities in the running game with 10 carries this week. Nonetheless, Gibson has been dropped in some leagues and you should monitor the waiver wire and reach out to Gibson’s owners to see if you can get him on the cheap. The coaching staff knows they need to keep Gibson more involved as shown by Coach Rivera here.

The New York Giants continue to win and their top option in the passing game seems to be Wan’Dale Robinson. Now that he has returned from injury he jumped from 23% to 69% snap share and from 16% to 28% target share. He is available in over 50% of redraft leagues and should be added. 

Moves To Make

  • Braxton Berrios – Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Add
  • Brian Robinson – Fantasy Football Sell
  • Antonio Gibson – Fantasy Football Buy
  • Wan’Dale Robinson – Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Add 

Significant Carry Share Movers (Increase in carries from week 6 to week 7) 

Name  Team  Pos  Week 6-7 Snap Change  Week 6-7 Carry Change  Week 6-7 Target Change  Week 6 Snap  Week 6 Target  Week 6 Carry  Week 7 Snap  Week 7 Target  Week 7 Carry 
Carter  NYJ  RB  24%  36%  2%  49%  6%  18%  73%  8%  54% 
Etienne  JAX  RB  #N/A  33%  2%  46%  10%  30%  #N/A  12%  64% 
Gordon  DEN  RB  #N/A  26%  #N/A  #N/A  #N/A  13%  51%  9%  39% 
Mixon  CIN  RB  0%  24%  -7%  72%  14%  57%  72%  7%  81% 
Jones  GB  RB  18%  22%  21%  56%  9%  45%  74%  30%  67% 
Harris  PIT  RB  8%  20%  -2%  69%  11%  54%  77%  10%  74% 
Hill  NOS  TE  #N/A  16%  #N/A  21%  #N/A  15%  #N/A  2%  31% 
Edmonds  MIA  RB  -11%  16%  1%  40%  4%  10%  29%  6%  26% 
Boone  DEN  RB  #N/A  10%  #N/A  #N/A  #N/A  4%  11%  #N/A  14% 
Gibson  WAS  RB  13%  8%  -6%  26%  18%  18%  39%  13%  26% 
Herbert  CHI  RB  19%  7%  #N/A  22%  #N/A  19%  41%  10%  27% 
Harris  NEP  RB  #N/A  5%  #N/A  17%  #N/A  10%  #N/A  7%  16% 
Berrios  NYJ  WR  27%  5%  11%  29%  6%  3%  56%  17%  8% 

Biggest Takeaways

We discussed the loss of Breece Hall for the New York Jets earlier. With the signing of James Robinson, Ty Johnson will likely remain relegated to the backup role. The question remains who will lead the backfield? We would do well to remember how well James Robinson played in the first 3 weeks of the season. It would lead us to believe the Jets will lean on him as the 1st and 2nd down option. Nonetheless, I would use this opportunity to sell James Robinson for a back with a clearer role or a Wide Receiver of note. Furthermore, with the offensive line concerns we discussed earlier, Robinson will likely not see many holes to hit.

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While Melvin Gordon did see an increase from 16% to 51% of snaps, he was still very lackluster. With all that being said, he did lead the team in touches and snaps. In addition, with Mike Boone falling to injury Gordon is the better pass catcher and will likely see an increase in opportunities. You can likely acquire him on the cheap and I think he is worth the risk. 

The Chicago Bears looked pretty good on Monday Night Football. The interesting thing is that Herbert and Montgomery almost split the carry share down the middle and the snap share was about 55 to 45. It appears the Bears see the benefit of giving Khalil Herbert touches as he seems to be more explosive. Surprisingly, Herbert is available in more than 50% of redraft leagues and is a must-add. He also has league-winning potential if Montgomery goes down again with an injury. 

Moves To Make

  • James Robinson – Fantasy Football Sell
  • Melvin Gordon – Redraft Fantasy Football Buy
  • Khalil Herbert – Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Add or Buy 

Significant Target Share Movers (Increase in targets from Week 6 to Week 7) 

Name  Team  Pos  Week 6-7 Snap Change  Week 6-7 Carry Change  Week 6-7 Target Change  Week 6 Snap  Week 6 Target  Week 6 Carry  Week 7 Snap  Week 7 Target  Week 7 Carry 
Jones  GB  RB  18%  22%  21%  56%  9%  45%  74%  30%  67% 
Brown  DAL  WR  -12%  #N/A  21%  91%  7%  #N/A  79%  28%  #N/A 
Evans  TBB  WR  #N/A  #N/A  20%  96%  11%  #N/A  #N/A  31%  #N/A 
Pitts  ATL  TE  22%  #N/A  20%  57%  21%  #N/A  79%  42%  #N/A 
Moore  CAR  WR  0%  #N/A  14%  100%  33%  #N/A  100%  48%  4% 
Njoku  CLE  TE  -18%  #N/A  14%  80%  14%  #N/A  62%  28%  #N/A 
Conklin  NYJ  TE  8%  #N/A  13%  67%  12%  3%  75%  25%  #N/A 
Stevenson  NEP  RB  #N/A  -8%  12%  86%  16%  66%  #N/A  29%  58% 
Peoples-Jones  CLE  WR  6%  #N/A  12%  87%  12%  6%  93%  24%  #N/A 
Robinson  NYG  WR  46%  #N/A  12%  23%  16%  #N/A  69%  28%  #N/A 
Berrios  NYJ  WR  27%  5%  11%  29%  6%  3%  56%  17%  8% 
Hurst  CIN  TE  -8%  #N/A  11%  70%  8%  #N/A  62%  19%  #N/A 
Mostert  MIA  RB  9%  -11%  10%  62%  4%  70%  71%  14%  59% 
Campbell  IND  WR  -2%  #N/A  10%  100%  20%  #N/A  98%  29%  #N/A 
Smith-Schuster  KCC  WR  #N/A  #N/A  9%  88%  14%  #N/A  #N/A  24%  #N/A 
Benjamin  ARI  RB  -14%  -4%  9%  87%  8%  54%  73%  17%  50% 
Chubb  CLE  RB  13%  -3%  7%  44%  5%  67%  57%  12%  64% 
Barkley  NYG  RB  -7%  -9%  7%  88%  12%  71%  81%  19%  62% 
McLaurin  WAS  WR  -3%  #N/A  7%  98%  18%  7%  95%  25%  #N/A 
McCloud  SF  WR  -8%  #N/A  6%  33%  2%  #N/A  25%  9%  #N/A 
Hunt  CLE  RB  4%  -2%  6%  43%  2%  22%  47%  8%  20% 

Biggest Takeaways

Tyler Conklin was a waiver wire darling in Week One and produced well for the first four weeks. The following two were serious disappointments with 1 catch for 16 yards in that time. He saw an uptick in snaps and targets after the loss of Hall and Davis in Week Seven too. With the opportunity up for grabs, we have seen him produce, he is worth another add. 

Rhamondre Stevenson has been everything that we had hoped he would be at the beginning of the season. He has seen an increase in targets over the last 3 weeks and that is with the return of Damien Harris. As a result, he continues to have weekly flex appeal and is a must-start. You may have a slight buy window with the return of Harris and it should be explored. 

Juju Smith-Schuster was cheap as cheap could be early in the season due to some disappointing performances. The thing people may not pay attention to is that he has garnered 8 targets in 5 of 7 games. I don’t know about you but 8 targets from Patrick Mahomes is pretty legitimate. The Chiefs are on bye this week and you may have a buy window if that team needs help this week. I would explore it. 

Moves To Make

  • Tyler Conklin – Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Add 
  • Rhamondre Stevenson – Fantasy Football Trade Target 
  • Juju Smith-Schuster – Fantasy Football Trade Target

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