Week 5 may have offered one of the most exciting weeks of football in recent memory. With that comes more opportunities to decode and decipher. As the season prolongs, the article will eventually take on a new look. Acknowledging the studs but looking deeper into the players with value left to offer.

These metrics, unless specified otherwise, are season long and not weekly. Target share measures the percentage of target the player sees from the passing offense. Yards per Team Pass Attempt or Yards per Team Attempt (for running backs) measures the player efficiency. They do this by condensing a player’s yardage, and the team attempts to offer a baseline of production. The higher the number, the more efficient they are with their targets.

Los Angeles Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks

Los Angeles Rams

  • Cooper Kupp: 88-percent snap share, 32.56-percent target share, 24.94-percent of the total offensive yards and 1.75 yards per team pass attempt
  • Robert Woods: 99-percent snap share, 22.67-percent target share, 13.37-percent of the total offensive yards and 1.13 yards per team pass attempt
  • Darrell Henderson: 66-percent snap share, 60-percent of the rushing yards, 18.49-percent of the total offensive yards and 1.28 yards per team attempt

Robert Woods had a resurgence game after being a squeaky wheel the week prior. The opportunity is presenting itself to make a move to trade away Robert Woods for a younger prospect. The only reason I would suggest holding onto Woods is if he was a top-two wide receiver on the fantasy team. Henderson is also a trade for candidate in seasonal leagues and any competing dynasty leagues. The only reason that Michel saw eleven carries was that Henderson missed time during the game.

Seattle Seahawks

  • DK Metcalf: 74-percent snaps share, 26.76-percent target share, 20.74-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.48 yards per team pass attempt
  • Tyler Lockett: 86-percent snap share, 24.65-percent target share, 21.12-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.51 yards per team pass attempt

Russell Wilson is out for 4-6 weeks, which means this offense is more likely to be less efficient and effective till he is back. The condensed targets for Metcalf and Lockett will make them viable fantasy options but likely knock them down 5-7 spots each week. The unfortunate part here is that Gerald Everett is no longer viable until Wilson is back. A small glimmer of hope here is with Wilson gone and the defense in shambles; Pete Carroll will loosen up the vice grip on Shane Waldron and let him get to work. I think Metcalf will be the hyper targeted wide receiver of the two, especially since Smith is more than happy to attack the middle of the field, something Wilson lacks.

New York Jets vs. Atlanta Falcons

New York Jets

  • Corey Davis: 80-percent snap share, 21.05-percent target share, 20.31-percent of the total offensive yards 1.10 yards per team pass attempt
  • Michael Carter: 52-percent snap share, 44.59-percent of the rushing yards, 15.40-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Jameson Crowder: 61-percent snap share

Crowder since back has a 22.72-percent target share of this offense and 18.68-percent of the receiving yards. Carter, even though he has the lead running back role, is still at the mercy of a Becton-less Zach Wilson. This may be an excellent opportunity to move Carter for a running back that has a higher upside.

Atlanta Falcons

  • Kyle Pitts: 69-percent snap share, 17.39-percent target share, 17.24-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Cordarrelle Patterson: 59-percent snap share, 14.98-percent target share, 26.19-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.42 yards per team attempt
  • Mike Davis: 64-percent snap share, 11.59-percent target share, 44.84-percent of the rushing yards, 16.34-percent total offensive yards

Kyle Pitts has arrived, ladies and gentlemen. Mike Davis is now seriously a strong candidate to be dropped in seasonal leagues. The only saving grace is him retaining the ‘lead back’ role for now. Patterson is also a major candidate for regression, only seeing a snap increase to 58-percent with Ridley and Gage out. This signals that the coaching staff has no intention of growing Patterson’s role more than it currently is. Meaning his production will regress, but it is unlikely to be to a point where he is unstartable this year. This is the time to trade him away on non-competing teams; the value only falls from here.

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Carolina Panthers

Philadelphia Eagles

  • Devonta Smith: 93-percent snap share, 21.31-percent target share, 16.13-percent total offensive yards and 1.06 yards per team pass attempt
  • Miles Sanders: 75-percent snap share, 10.38-percent target share, 16.69-percent total offensive yards and 1.10 yards per team attempt
  • Quez Watkins: 82-percent snap share, 9.29-percent target share, 13.71-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Dallas Goedert: 67-percent snap share, 10.38-percent target share, 15.82-percent of the receiving yards
  • Zach Ertz: 60-percent snap share, 13.66-percent target share, 11.72-percent of the receiving yards

I recognize I omitted Kenneth Gainwell as he saw a season-low snap share. While Gainwell is not a world-beater, he offers upside similar to Nyheim Hines, and this is a fantastic opportunity to trade for him. In the last two weeks, Quez has seen a target share above his season average, which is second on the team for wide receivers. The only player I would not be looking to acquire in this offense is Jalen Reagor and Zach Ertz, the rest of the players are fantastic dynasty trade targets and valuable fliers in seasonal leagues. The next four weeks, opponents have a passing DVOA of No. 21, No. 16, No. 30, and No. 4. Week 9 and 10 are forecasting to be the toughest passing defenses the Eagles face for the remainder of the season.

Carolina Panthers

  • DJ Moore: 87-percent snap share, 27.32-percent target share, 24.41-percent of the total offensive yards and 1.41 yards per team attempt
  • Robby Anderson: 87-percent snap share, 15.85-percent target share, 9.40-percemt of the total offensive yards

Chuba Hubbard found a better target share this week, seeing a 16.21-percent target share. Terrace Marshall for two weeks running, has a snap share above 70-percent but has little production to show for it. Marshall was used more when CMC was healthy than when he was out. Marshall is not someone to roster in seasonal, but for dynasty, a nice buy-low opportunity has presented itself.

Green Bay Packers vs. Cincinnati Bengals

Green Bay Packers

  • Davante Adams: 91-percent snap share, 35.88-percent target share, 31.95-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.96 yards per team attempt
  • Aaron Jones: 69-percent snap share, 61.43-percent of the rushing yards, 11.18-percent target share and 24.34-percent of the total offensive yards
  • A.J. Dillion: 33-percent snap share, 33-percent of the rushing yards, 14.02-percent of the total offensive yards

Cobb, Vadez-Scantling, Lazard, and Tonyan are all just resting in purgatory on this offense. Lazard did see the highest snap share with 86-percent, but only managed two targets for six yards from that opportunity.

Cincinnati Bengals

  • JaMarr Chase: 91-percent snap share, 24.14-percent target share, 25.74-percent total offensive yards, 1.68 yards per team pass attempt
  • Tee Higgins: 70-percent snap share, 15.17-percent target share, 18.42-percent target share in Week 5
  • Tyler Boyd: 82-percent snap share, 23.45-percent target share, 16.04-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.04 yards per team pass attempt
  • Joe Mixon: 28-percent snap share, 6.90-percent target share, 77.98-percent of the rushing yards, 23.64-percent of the total offensive yards

Now that Higgins is back, Boyd has now been delegated to third in the pecking order though it is enough to be fantasy relevant. Mixon was very limited this game but still manages to have a strong percentage of this offense. At this point, Higgins is a trade for candidate, and the rest are holds in this offense.

New England Patriots vs. Houston Texans

New England Patriots

  • Jakobi Meyers: 91-percent snap share, 23.96-percent target share, 17.89-percent of the offensive yards, 1 yard per team pass attempt
  • Damian Harris: 33-percent snap share, 57.50-percent of the rushing yards, 16.35-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Nelson Agholor: 67-percent snap share, 14.06-percent target share, 11.91-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Hunter Henry: 62-percent snap share, 13.54-percent target share, 12.80-percent of the total offensive yards

Stevenson got an opportunity but showed just how little wiggle he had rushing for 2.1 yards per attempt. Jonnu Smith also is MIA until further notice, and Henry is the tight end to roster at this point. Meyers is still without a professional touchdown, but the time is near. The Patriot’s next three weeks opponents by DVOA rushing and passing: DAL 19: 9/ Jets 15: 19/ LAC 25: 4. Meyers will get his, and if Harris can overcome the injury, he is set up for a big week as well.

Houston Texans

  • Brandin Cooks: 85-percent snap share, 31.43-percent target share, 26.75-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.48 yards per team pass attempt
  • Mark Ingram: 44-percent snap share, 53.13-percent of the rushing yards, 14.15-percent of the total offensive yards

Somehow Mills had the best start of his career, yet Cooks only managed 23 yards. Mark Ingram once again saw 16 touches for 2.6 yards per carry. There is little value to be offered on this offense outside of Cooks.

Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

Tennessee Titans

  • Derrick Henry: 77-percent snap share, 76.28-percent of the rushing yards, 36.50-percent of the total offensive yards

AJ Brown saw a lighter snap share more likely than not in order to work him back into game shape. This week he saw a 27.27-percent target share, meaning once again, he is a prime candidate to trade for in any and all leagues.

Jacksonville Jaguars

  • James Robinson: 68-percent snap share, 10.29-percent target share, 59.81-percent of the rushing yards, 26.49-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Marvin Jones Jr.: 93-percent snap share, 20.57-percent target share, 13.55-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Laviska Shenault: 73-percent snap share, 17.71-percent target share, 15.17-percent of the total offensive yards

It took Shenault his only catch of 58 yards to surpass Jones Jr.’s total offensive yards. Jones Jr. has seen a decline the last two weeks, with the absence of Chark perhaps alluding to a change in his offensive role. Dan Arnold saw the highest target share this week with 24.24-percent. A role that only figures to grow as his time moves on, a tight end I am targeting on my tight end, needy teams.

Detroit Lions vs. Minnesota Vikings

Detroit Lions

  • D’Andre Swift: 74-percent snap share, 19.80-percent target share, 24.31-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.40 yards per team attempt
  • T.J. Hockenson: 81-percent snap share, 16.75-percent target share, 13.04-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Amon-Ra St. Brown: 69-percent snap share, 13.20-percent target share, 13.66-percent of the receiving yards
  • Khalif Raymond: 69-percent snap share, 12.18-percent target share, 13.97-percent of the receiving yards

St. Brown is making a big move these last two weeks into the lead receiver role for the Lions. That is only elevated with Cephus breaking his collarbone, opening up the opportunity for St. Brown. Swift has seen two games with more than 70-percent of the snaps, which is incredibly encouraging. The only big question I have is the usage of Hockenson, something I will pay attention to in the following weeks. No alarms are happening yet, but something that requires a deeper perspective moving forward.

Minnesota Vikings

  • Justin Jefferson: 90-percent snap share, 23.44-percent target share, 23.38-perent of the total offensive yards, 1.42 yards per team pass attempt
  • Adam Thielen: 93-percent snap share, 19.27-percent target share, 18.9-percent of the receiving yards, 13.51-percent of the total offensive yards
  • K.J. Osborn: 60-percent snap share, 14.06-percent target share, 16.56-percent of the receiving yards, 12.30-percent of the total offensive yards

With Cook out, we once again saw Mattison with massive production. Jefferson and Thielen are the usual suspects, though Thielen has taken a step back in production thus far. Production that has been split between Osborn and Conklin by and large throughout the season. Osborn has some dynasty value if Thielen continues to decline. A name to monitor is Ihmir Smith-Marsette, a rookie wide receiver dangerous in space.

Denver Broncos vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

Denver Broncos

  • Courtland Sutton: 90-percent snap share, 22.94-percent target share, 19.99-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.26 yards per team pass attempt
  • Melvin Gordon: 60-percent snap share, 7.65-percent target share, 47.55-percent of the rushing yards, 20.04-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.26 yards per team attempt
  • Javonte Williams: 42-percent snap share, 7.06-percent target share, 41.65-percent of the rushing yards, 17.07-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.07 yards per attempt
  • Noah Fant: 97-percent snap share, 18.24-percent target share, 13.61-percent of the receiving yards
  • Tim Patrick: 95-percent snap share, 16.47-percent target share, 17.07-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.07 yards per team pass attempt

As long as Bridgewater is the quarterback, these players have life. I don’t anticipate that the split will change between Gordon and Williams any time soon. Patrick is still a steadfast flex option.

Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Najee Harris: 65-percent snap share, 20-percent target share, 83.42-percent of the rushing yards, 30.53-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.71 yards per team attempt
  • Diontae Johnson: 92-percent snap share 18.97-percent target share, 18.44-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.03 yards per team pass attempt
  • Chase Claypool: 55-percent snap share, 17.95-percent target share, 21.95-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.23 yards per team pass attempt

With Smith-Schuster out for the year, Claypool and Diontae are going to continue to dominate the target share. Since Harris’s 19 target game, he has averaged 6 targets the following game. This won’t change with the departure of Smith-Schuster, though James Washington figures to slide into the departed role with Ray-Ray McCloud having an outside shot to fill that role.

Miami Dolphins vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Miami Dolphins

  • Jaylen Waddle: 80-percent snap share, 19.05-percent target share, 21.53-percent of the receiving yards and 16.35-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Mike Gesicki: 78-percent snap share, 17.99-percent target share, 21.16-percent of the receiving yards, 15.93-percent of the total offensive yards

With Parker being a scratch before the game, Brissett leaned on Gaskins and Gesicki to move the ball. Preston Williams also made a ‘guest’ appearance, and Waddle once again failed to surpass 40 yards, making one wonder if the moment is too big for the rookie. The future is bright for Waddle, but it may take some time to see his true ceiling.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

  • Chris Godwin: 69-percent snap share, 17.98-percent target share, 16.59-percent of the total offensive yards and 1.11 yards per team pass attempt
  • Mike Evans: 78-percent snap share, 19.74-percent target share, 17.72-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.19 yards per team pass attempt
  • Antonio Brown: 57-percent snap share, 12.72-percent target share, 14.92-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Leonard Fournette: 62-percent snap share, 10.53-percent target share, 61.22-percent of the rushing yards, 18.85-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.26 yards per team attempt

Antonio Brown saw an 18.18-percent target share this game and two touchdowns. When it comes to finding the player, you chase the volume and efficiency, and thus far, all three wideouts are meeting that standard. Fournette, while scary, is certainly the player to own right now in this backfield.

New Orleans Saints vs. Washington Football Team

New Orleans Saints

  • Alvin Kamara: 88-percent snap share, 18.33-percent target share, 58.51-percent of the rushing yards, 31.38-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.74 yards per team attempt
  • Marquez Callaway: 82-percent snap share, 17.50-percent target share, 14.48-percent of the total offensive yards

Adam Trautman showed up for this game, netting 48 yards off of two targets and two receptions. It is nice to see a murmur, but he is still better left on the waiver wire in seasonal leagues. Callaway had a bounce-back game this week against a mediocre secondary, still lacking the efficiency I look for with wide receivers.

Washington Football Team

  • Terry McLaurin: 84-percent snap share, 29.70-percent target share, 22.66-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.33 yards per team pass attempt
  • Antonio Gibson: 57-percent snap share, 7.88-percent target share, 57.54-percent of the rushing yards, 24.48-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.44 yards per team attempt
  • Ricky Seals-Jones: 99-percent snap share, (week 5) 19.51-percent target share

Ricky Seals-Jones is a priority tight end stream this week, going against the ghost of the Kansas City Chiefs defense. Gibson is situated very well for a big push as the year continues. The only limiting factor is his shin injury, but McKissic is someone I would be looking to trade away if a manager showed any interest.

Cleveland Browns vs. Los Angeles Chargers

Cleveland Browns

  • Nick Chubb: 56-percent snap share, 55.76-percent of the rushing yards, 25.62-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.74 yards per attempt
  • Kareem Hunt: 44-percent snap share, 14.48-percent target share, 20.39-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.39 yards per team attempt
  • Odell Beckham Jr.: 81-percent snap share, 13.10-percent target share

Kareem Hunt continues to ride this wave and could continue as long as Landry is on the IR. Not much to grab from this game, but it is an opportunity to move Peoples-Jones in dynasty.

Los Angeles Chargers

  • Mike Williams: 77-percent snap share, 24.52-percent target share, 22.24-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.41 yards per team pass attempt
  • Keenan Allen: 91-percent snap share, 25.48-percent target share, 17.42-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.10 yards per team pass attempt
  • Austin Ekeler: 71-percent snap share, 12.02-percent target share, 25.64-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.62 yards per team attempt

A few trends I picked up here, Joshua Kelley has made a push to take back the number two role getting the carries other than Ekeler. At this point, Austin Ekeler is out of reach. If an opportunity arises to acquire him it will be worth it to do so.

Chicago Bears vs. Las Vegas Raiders

Chicago Bears

  • Allen Robinson: 83-percent snap share, 23.77-percent target share, 13.29-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Darnell Mooney: 77-percent snap share, 25.41-percent target share, 19.91-percent of the total offensive yards
  • Damien Williams: 48-percent snap share, (week 5) 14.28-percent target share, 44.7-percent of the rushing yards, 1.44 yards per attempt

Herbert was a surprise in this game, taking 18 carries for 75 yards. The biggest surprise is not the involvement but the amount of volume. It shows me that Nagy is going to do whatever he can to keep the ball out of Field’s hands as much as possible. I can’t tell you why, just that it is a blessing to trade for Fields at a reasonable rate still.

Las Vegas Raiders

  • Darren Waller: 96-percent snap share, 23.41-percent target share, 15.97-percent of the total offensive yards, .98 yards per team pass attempt
  • Henry Ruggs: 84-percent snap share, 13.66-percent target share, 17.87-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.10 yards per team pass attempt
  • Josh Jacobs: 69-percent snap share, 5.85-percent target share, 31.04 of the rushing yards
  • Hunter Renfrow: 75-percent snap share, 18.54-percent target share, 15.27-percent of the total offensive yards

Don’t look now but Jacobs now has two games of 5 targets; though the efficiency has been disappointing, the volume is encouraging. Edwards has seemingly been delegated into purgatory. With Gruden out, the shake up is hard to tell, but when this happens, the talented players float to the top. There is not enough space for Renfrow, Edwards, and Ruggs; one has to be irrelevant for the other two to thrive. Right now, Edwards is taking the irrelevant role.

San Francisco 49ers vs. Arizona Cardinals

San Francisco 49ers

  • Deebo Samuels: 86-percent snap share, 31.33-percent target share, 30.17-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.84 yards per team pass attempt
  • Braandon Aiyuk: 71-percent snap share, 9.04-percent target share
  • Elijah Mitchell: 68-percent snap share, 30.98-percent of the rushing yards

The Trey Lance experiment has started off a little bumpy for everyone but Lance and Samuel. The fuse is shortening each and every week. If this continues after the bye, Aiyuk will be an official drop candidate. Luckily for him, the 49ers have been a bit dysfunctional, which may open up an opportunity for Aiyuk. Sermon is also a candidate to be dropped on your seasonal leagues.

Arizona Cardinals

  • DeAndre Hopkins: 92-percent snap share, 20.61-percent target share, 14.50-percent of the total offensive yards, .99 yards per team pass attempt
  • Rondale Moore: 48-percent snap share, 14.55-percent target share, 14.87-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.01 yards per team pass attempt
  • Chase Edmonds: 61-percent snap share, 15.76-percent target share, 19.93-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.36 yards per team attempt
  • A.J. Green: 80-percent snap share, 15.78-percent target share, 12.13-percent of the total offensive yards

A.J. Green has been a thorn in fantasy manager’s side that roster any of the other fantasy assets. Hopkins, as expected, has separated himself from the pack. Moore got more involved in the game this week in what was a bizarre usage of all Cardinals players that weren’t Hopkins. I want to get excited about Moore, but we have seen him fade into the abyss this season, but the usage all over the field is exciting.

New York Giants vs. Dallas Cowboys

New York Giants

  • Kadarious Toney: 54-percent snap share, (Week 5) 33.33-percent target share, 53.40-percent of the total offensive yards, 4.84 yards per team pass attempt
  • Devonta Booker: 88-percent snap share, (Week 5) 57.53-percent of the rushing yards, 10.25-percent target share, 1.13 yards per team attempt

It took the destruction of the entire Giants playmakers for Toney to give us his first huge game. While this is clearly not the norm or close to it, being a first-round draft pick, it is going to be hard for Judge not to utilize Toney more moving forward. Toney is a priority add this season and may actually be worth a roster spot on dynasty teams. That being said, if someone showed interest, I would be much more comfortable pivoting from him to a better player.

Dallas Cowboys

  • Ceedee Lamb: 83-percent snap share, 22.89-percent target share, 16.15-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.11 yards per team pass attempt
  • Amari Cooper: 73-percent snap share, 21.08-percent target share, 14.11-percent of the total offensive yards, .97 yards per team pass attempt
  • Ezekiel Elliot: 60-percent snap share, 6.63-percent target share, 52.31-percent target share, 22.49-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.54 yards per team pass attempt
  • Dalton Schultz: 73-percent snap share, 18.67-percent target share, 12.42-percent of the total offensive yards

This game got weird quickly, mostly due to the Giants combusting into a dumpster fire. As a result, the Cowboys were able to lean on Elliot and Pollard to carry the team. Pollard also got a good amount of involvement with 18 touches this week, mostly in garbage time.

Kansas City Chiefs vs. Buffalo Bills

Kansas City Chiefs

  • Tyreek Hill: 87-percent snap share, 21.54-percent target share, 17.32-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.15 yards per team pass attempt
  • Travis Kelce: 85-percent snap share, 26.15-percent target share, 26.33-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.75 yards per team pass attempt

With Clyde Edwards-Helaire on the IR, Darrell Williams and Jerrick McKinnon will now assume the running back duties. With a surprise appearance, Mecole Hardman once again reared his head to remind fantasy managers what could but never will be. Hardman does this awesome thing where you can trade him away for close to value at times like these. Don’t make the mistake of buying into his illusion.

Buffalo Bills

  • Stefon Diggs: 74-percent snap share, 25.41-percent target share, 17.97-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.10 yards per team pass attempt
  • Emmanuel Sanders: 79-percent snap share, 18.38-percent target share, 15.81-percent of the total offensive yards, .96 yards per team pass attempt
  • Dawson Knox: 96-percent snap share, 12.97-percent target share, 12.54-percent of the total offensive yards, 41.67-percent of the passing touchdowns

Zack Moss delegated Singletary in the rushing and catching department. Cole Beasley, for consecutive weeks, has been phased out of the offense with a lowering snap share and target share. Meanwhile, Emmanuel Sanders stepped into that role, with Knox taking the rest of the work. Knox is flying high and is likely to see a regression in the touchdown department, but at this point, he is locked into the Top-10 tight ends.

Indianapolis Colts vs. Baltimore Ravens

Indianapolis Colts

  • Jonathan Taylor: 52-percent snap share, 8.99-percent target share, 57.27-percent of the rushing yards, 27.32-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.68 yards per team attempt
  • Michael Pittman: 88-percent snap share, 24.16-percent target share, 19.45-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.20 yards per team pass attempt
  • Parris Campbell: 55-percent snap share, (Week 5) 17.14-percent target share, 1.60 yards per team pass attempt
  • Zach Pascal: 86-percent snap share, 15.73-percent target share, 10.64-percent of the total offensive yards, .66 yards per team attempt

T.Y. Hilton and Campbell are expected to be added, making Pascal no longer a viable fantasy option once Hilton is healthy. Taylor once again shows why he deserves more opportunities but likely won’t see any due to Frank Reich’s commitment to a committee. Hilton is offering a speculative acquisition target in any league format.

Baltimore Ravens

  • Marquise Brown: 90-percent snap share, 22.75-percent target share, 20.15-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.43 yards per team pass attempt
  • Mark Andrews: 77-percent snap share, 22.75-percent target share, 17.68-percent of the total offensive yards, 1.25 yards per team pass attempt

Sammy Watkins left the game early due to injury, which is ironic timing see as Rashod Bateman figures to see his rookie debut in Week 6. The rushing game is just as broken as it ever has been, and we could possibly be seeing an addition to the room soon here. Once defenses play the safeties two high and force Jackson to run or check down, the offense will stall. Marlon Mack comes to mind as someone who is possibly able to be acquired.