It was another dramatic week in the NFL, one in which six games were decided by four points or less. Pat Mahomes took down Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers did the same to Bill Belichick, and Jalen Hurts came roaring back against the Jaguars’ young, vaunted defense. Now, let’s look at the target and snap leaders […]

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  • In his first action with the Cardinals, Zach Ertz had a 49% snap rate.
  • Cordarrelle Patterson’s snap rate continues to climb with a season high 73%.
  • Rashod Bateman took the 2nd most snaps for the Ravens at WR with 63%. 
  • Tommy Tremble has back to back weeks at over a 50% snap rate. 
  • Khalil Herbert saw 77% of the snaps compared to Damien Williams 17%.  If you have to start a Bears RB, it’s Khalil Herbert. 
  • Without Nick Chubb or Kareem Hunt, D’Ernest Johnson saw 69% of snaps. Unfortunately, with Nick Chubb likely back this week, it was a short run for D’Ernest as the primary back in Cleveland.
  • Kalif Raymond has lead the Lions in WR snap count the last 2 weeks. 
  • For the first time all season, Jonathan Taylor had 70% of the snaps for the Colts. 
  • Van Jefferson saw a season high 95%  snap rate in week 7. 
  • Michael Carter had a season high 73% snap rate this week! FWIW, he’s the RB1 for the J-E-T-S.
  • Dallas Goedert, 94% snap rate. O yeah, baby! 
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Movin’ On Up

  • Cordarrelle Patterson saw a season high 59% snap rate to go along with all of his production to start the year. 
  • Latavius Murray has lead the Ravens RBs in snaps for back to back weeks with 63% and 51%. 
  • In what went from AFC ‘Ship Preview to blowout quickly (so to speak with a rain delay in the middle of it), Zack Moss had 74% of the snaps. 
  • While Damien Williams got the score, it was Khalil Herbert that lead the Bears in snaps without David Montgomery available, and he saw 53% of the snaps in week 5. 
  • For back to back weeks, D’Andre Swift has seen higher than 70% snaps. 
  • With no Amendola, Chris Moore was the WR3 for the Texans this week at 63%. Could be something to monitor if they move Brandin Cooks. 
  • After seeing only 32% of snaps in his first appearance since being acquired in week 4, Dan Arnold saw 74% of the snaps in week 5 for the Jags. 
  • With Will Fuller and DeVante Parker out in week 5, Preston Williams saw 74% of the snaps and was 2nd on the team to only Jaylen Waddle. 
  • Sans Dalvin Cook, the Vikings gave 66% to Alexander Mattison and 18% to Ameer Abdullah while using C.J. Ham more to block with a season high 48%. 
  • Devine Ozigbo saw the 2nd most snaps for the Saints at RB with a whopping 13%. 
  • Kenny Still saw a season high 71% of the snaps in week 5. 
  • Devontae Booker saw 91% of the snaps with Saquon leaving early. 
  • Quez Watkins was 2nd on the team in snaps for the first time all season, behind only DeVonta Smith.
  • Miles Sanders saw a season high 76% snap rate in week 5.
  • Alex Collins got 71% of the snaps without Chris Carson available for the Saints. DeeJay Dallas (22%) and Travis Homer (12%) split the remaining work. 
  • Elijah Mitchell saw 68% of the RB snaps for the 49ers. No other RB (Kyle Juszczyk is a FB) saw more than 5%.
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Nothing quite like week 1. Wings, beer, football, o crap, I’m starting to sound like a BW3 commercial. Of course, after week 1, we have the crazy over reactions that accompany our first set of real data from results on the field. To help you make those tough calls, I’m going to break down player and team snaps each week, and hopefully give you a better idea who is for real and who was just a 1 week pop up. I’m still playing with the format, so if you like this or don’t like it, let me know in the comments. If you want to see all snap counts Tuesday morning when I start looking at them, you can always sign up for the Razzball subscription.  

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