Receiving Redzone Stats

Within the receiving red zone stats page, you can see the target numbers for all players that recorded one in the red zone. Whether they are a tight end, running back, or wide receiver, these three positions are used in the passing game, which translates to the red zone. Sort through and see who is leading the league in red zone touchdowns, targets, and other various receiving stats. The stats are broken out from inside 20 and the ten-yard line. If you are a fantasy football player, knowing where red zone targets are going is important for fantasy success. You are going to want players who are getting red zone targets, and this page is going to showcase the top options.

Player
NAME POS TM
CeeDee Lamb C. Lamb WR DAL
Davante Adams D. Adams WR LV
Tyreek Hill T. Hill WR MIA
Amon-Ra St. Brown A. S. Brown WR DET
Calvin Ridley C. Ridley WR JAX
Jake Ferguson J. Ferguson TE DAL
DK Metcalf D. Metcalf WR SEA
Rashee Rice R. Rice WR KC
Travis Kelce T. Kelce TE KC
Ja'Marr Chase J. Chase WR CIN
Garrett Wilson G. Wilson WR NYJ
Cooper Kupp C. Kupp WR LAR
Michael Pittman Jr. M. Pittman Jr. WR IND
Courtland Sutton C. Sutton WR DEN
DeAndre Hopkins D. Hopkins WR TEN
Christian McCaffrey C. McCaffrey RB SF
A.J. Brown A.J. Brown WR PHI
Romeo Doubs R. Doubs WR GB
Jordan Addison J. Addison WR MIN
Jayden Reed J. Reed WR GB
Mike Evans M. Evans WR TB
Deebo Samuel D. Samuel WR SF
David Njoku D. Njoku TE CLE
Puka Nacua P. Nacua WR LAR
Stefon Diggs S. Diggs WR BUF
Sam LaPorta S. LaPorta TE DET
Chris Godwin C. Godwin WR TB
Drake London D. London WR ATL
Jakobi Meyers J. Meyers WR LV
Adam Thielen A. Thielen WR CAR
Curtis Samuel C. Samuel WR WAS
Nico Collins N. Collins WR HOU
Cole Kmet C. Kmet TE CHI
Dalton Schultz D. Schultz TE HOU
Zay Flowers Z. Flowers WR BAL
Joe Mixon J. Mixon RB CIN
Elijah Moore E. Moore WR CLE
Mark Andrews M. Andrews TE BAL
Keenan Allen K. Allen WR LAC
Kyren Williams K. Williams RB LAR
Tyler Lockett T. Lockett WR SEA
Adam Trautman A. Trautman TE DEN
Amari Cooper A. Cooper WR CLE
T.J. Hockenson T. Hockenson TE MIN
Chris Olave C. Olave WR NO
DJ Moore D. Moore WR CHI
George Kittle G. Kittle TE SF
Tony Pollard T. Pollard RB DAL
Josh Reynolds J. Reynolds WR DET
Cade Otton C. Otton TE TB
Player Redzone TotalsInside 10
NAME POS TM GP TOT TD TGT TGT% REC REC% TD YDS TGT TGT% REC REC% YDS TD
Player CeeDee Lamb C. Lamb WR DAL 17 14 Redzone Totals 31 29% 18 58.06% 9 151 Inside 10 16 33% 8 50% 31 4
Player Davante Adams D. Adams WR LV 17 8 Redzone Totals 29 39% 17 58.62% 6 80 Inside 10 15 44% 10 66.67% 38 5
Player Tyreek Hill T. Hill WR MIA 16 13 Redzone Totals 25 33% 15 60% 4 54 Inside 10 16 37% 8 50% 17 4
Player Amon-Ra St. Brown A. S. Brown WR DET 16 10 Redzone Totals 25 33% 17 68% 6 127 Inside 10 12 34% 7 58.33% 35 3
Player Calvin Ridley C. Ridley WR JAX 17 8 Redzone Totals 25 39% 10 40% 6 80 Inside 10 12 43% 5 41.67% 20 4
Player Jake Ferguson J. Ferguson TE DAL 17 5 Redzone Totals 25 24% 13 52% 5 108 Inside 10 12 25% 4 33.33% 12 3
Player DK Metcalf D. Metcalf WR SEA 16 8 Redzone Totals 24 37% 10 41.67% 6 79 Inside 10 10 42% 5 50% 28 5
Player Rashee Rice R. Rice WR KC 16 7 Redzone Totals 22 24% 16 72.73% 6 116 Inside 10 12 24% 9 75% 51 5
Player Travis Kelce T. Kelce TE KC 15 5 Redzone Totals 21 23% 13 61.9% 5 74 Inside 10 11 22% 6 54.55% 23 5
Player Ja'Marr Chase J. Chase WR CIN 16 7 Redzone Totals 20 25% 12 60% 4 68 Inside 10 10 26% 5 50% 13 3
Player Garrett Wilson G. Wilson WR NYJ 17 3 Redzone Totals 19 35% 10 52.63% 2 53 Inside 10 11 37% 5 45.45% 18 2
Player Cooper Kupp C. Kupp WR LAR 12 5 Redzone Totals 19 24% 12 63.16% 4 79 Inside 10 8 20% 4 50% 11 3
Player Michael Pittman Jr. M. Pittman Jr. WR IND 16 4 Redzone Totals 19 29% 14 73.68% 2 102 Inside 10 4 15% 2 50% 14 2
Player Courtland Sutton C. Sutton WR DEN 16 10 Redzone Totals 18 25% 13 72.22% 8 116 Inside 10 7 20% 3 42.86% 18 3
Player DeAndre Hopkins D. Hopkins WR TEN 17 7 Redzone Totals 18 39% 7 38.89% 4 55 Inside 10 11 48% 4 36.36% 19 3
Player Christian McCaffrey C. McCaffrey RB SF 16 21 Redzone Totals 18 24% 14 77.78% 5 68 Inside 10 8 32% 6 75% 32 4
Player A.J. Brown A.J. Brown WR PHI 17 7 Redzone Totals 17 33% 10 58.82% 4 77 Inside 10 7 41% 3 42.86% 8 2
Player Romeo Doubs R. Doubs WR GB 17 8 Redzone Totals 17 18% 9 52.94% 7 66 Inside 10 9 24% 6 66.67% 34 6
Player Jordan Addison J. Addison WR MIN 17 10 Redzone Totals 17 21% 9 52.94% 5 79 Inside 10 9 20% 4 44.44% 20 3
Player Jayden Reed J. Reed WR GB 16 10 Redzone Totals 17 18% 11 64.71% 5 90 Inside 10 8 22% 4 50% 33 4
Player Mike Evans M. Evans WR TB 17 13 Redzone Totals 17 27% 7 41.18% 5 87 Inside 10 8 28% 4 50% 6 4
Player Deebo Samuel D. Samuel WR SF 15 12 Redzone Totals 17 23% 12 70.59% 3 104 Inside 10 3 12% 2 66.67% 11 1
Player David Njoku D. Njoku TE CLE 16 6 Redzone Totals 17 27% 8 47.06% 3 41 Inside 10 10 34% 3 30% 7 2
Player Puka Nacua P. Nacua WR LAR 17 6 Redzone Totals 16 21% 9 56.25% 3 84 Inside 10 8 20% 4 50% 17 2
Player Stefon Diggs S. Diggs WR BUF 17 8 Redzone Totals 16 25% 11 68.75% 6 93 Inside 10 6 22% 3 50% 10 1
Player Sam LaPorta S. LaPorta TE DET 17 10 Redzone Totals 16 21% 11 68.75% 8 93 Inside 10 10 29% 7 70% 34 5
Player Chris Godwin C. Godwin WR TB 17 3 Redzone Totals 15 24% 5 33.33% 1 33 Inside 10 10 34% 2 20% 10 1
Player Drake London D. London WR ATL 16 2 Redzone Totals 15 28% 10 66.67% 2 61 Inside 10 7 27% 4 57.14% 13 1
Player Jakobi Meyers J. Meyers WR LV 16 11 Redzone Totals 15 20% 12 80% 6 99 Inside 10 9 26% 6 66.67% 39 4
Player Adam Thielen A. Thielen WR CAR 17 4 Redzone Totals 15 37% 9 60% 4 60 Inside 10 9 43% 5 55.56% 27 3
Player Curtis Samuel C. Samuel WR WAS 16 5 Redzone Totals 15 23% 8 53.33% 4 60 Inside 10 8 23% 4 50% 22 3
Player Nico Collins N. Collins WR HOU 15 8 Redzone Totals 15 21% 9 60% 6 62 Inside 10 9 25% 5 55.56% 19 4
Player Cole Kmet C. Kmet TE CHI 17 6 Redzone Totals 15 28% 11 73.33% 5 67 Inside 10 6 24% 5 83.33% 25 4
Player Dalton Schultz D. Schultz TE HOU 15 5 Redzone Totals 14 20% 7 50% 5 80 Inside 10 5 14% 3 60% 16 3
Player Zay Flowers Z. Flowers WR BAL 16 6 Redzone Totals 14 21% 11 78.57% 3 40 Inside 10 6 20% 6 100% 25 3
Player Joe Mixon J. Mixon RB CIN 17 12 Redzone Totals 14 17% 12 85.71% 3 74 Inside 10 6 16% 5 83.33% 27 3
Player Elijah Moore E. Moore WR CLE 17 2 Redzone Totals 14 22% 8 57.14% 2 44 Inside 10 6 21% 2 33.33% 18 2
Player Mark Andrews M. Andrews TE BAL 10 6 Redzone Totals 14 21% 10 71.43% 6 77 Inside 10 7 23% 5 71.43% 22 4
Player Keenan Allen K. Allen WR LAC 13 8 Redzone Totals 14 18% 8 57.14% 5 49 Inside 10 11 26% 6 54.55% 34 4
Player Kyren Williams K. Williams RB LAR 12 15 Redzone Totals 14 18% 5 35.71% 3 22 Inside 10 4 10% 4 100% 7 2
Player Tyler Lockett T. Lockett WR SEA 17 5 Redzone Totals 13 20% 7 53.85% 4 54 Inside 10 5 21% 3 60% 14 3
Player Adam Trautman A. Trautman TE DEN 17 3 Redzone Totals 13 18% 6 46.15% 3 44 Inside 10 9 26% 5 55.56% 29 3
Player Amari Cooper A. Cooper WR CLE 15 5 Redzone Totals 13 20% 6 46.15% 2 55 Inside 10 5 17% 2 40% 13 1
Player T.J. Hockenson T. Hockenson TE MIN 15 5 Redzone Totals 13 16% 9 69.23% 4 58 Inside 10 6 13% 4 66.67% 14 3
Player Chris Olave C. Olave WR NO 16 5 Redzone Totals 12 18% 7 58.33% 4 53 Inside 10 6 19% 3 50% 20 3
Player DJ Moore D. Moore WR CHI 17 9 Redzone Totals 12 22% 8 66.67% 4 59 Inside 10 7 28% 4 57.14% 16 2
Player George Kittle G. Kittle TE SF 16 6 Redzone Totals 12 16% 9 75% 3 70 Inside 10 4 16% 3 75% 18 2
Player Tony Pollard T. Pollard RB DAL 17 6 Redzone Totals 12 11% 11 91.67% 0 41 Inside 10 2 4% 1 50% 3 0
Player Josh Reynolds J. Reynolds WR DET 17 5 Redzone Totals 12 16% 6 50% 4 35 Inside 10 6 17% 3 50% 13 3
Player Cade Otton C. Otton TE TB 17 4 Redzone Totals 11 17% 8 72.73% 4 58 Inside 10 3 10% 2 66.67% 7 2

Wide Receiver Redzone Stats

Receiving stats in the red zone come down to three positions, with running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends all-seeing targets. You can either see all positions or use the tabs to highlight a specific position. From left to right you are going to want to start with the player and their overall games played and total touchdowns. After that will be their total red zone stats, which feature everything from inside the 20-yard line and in. You can see how many snaps and the snap percentage a player receives while inside the red zone, as not all players get utilized inside the 20-yard line. If you are looking for fantasy football, you are going to want higher numbers in these columns to show you how often they are out there.

The red zone is broken out into two areas, as it is only 20 yards. Inside the 10-yard line might tell a different story for an offense as they might go to a more specific player like a big-bodied tight end. For example, Houston used Darren Fells often inside the ten-yard line as he had four touchdowns inside the ten. Fells was one of the more efficient red zone players, which might catch some people off guard given he isn't a household name. All of these stats are broken out by production and then volume. You don't see as much volume compared to rushing or passing attempts, so efficiency is pretty key here.

Why Red Zone Efficiency Is Important For Receivers

Targets inside the red zone are not going to be as high as passing attempts for a quarterback or rushing attempts for a running back. We often focus on volume, but efficiency is extremely important for wide receivers and tight ends in the red zone. Over the last five years, no player has had over 30 red zone targets in a season, and very few even cross the 25 target mark. When other positions don't have enough volume, you have to bank on efficiency. That is the case here and there are plenty of examples to look at within 2019 numbers. Now of course the top volume guys are usually going to produce, but let's look at Travis Kelce who had 19 targets in the red zone, but caught only 36% of passes and had just two touchdowns. Not ideal for someone needing touchdowns to produce.

Sorting by touchdowns, you might notice some names that barely saw any targets but produced big touchdown numbers. Marvin Jones for example had just 14 targets in the red zone last season, and eight touchdowns. More than 50% of his targets turned into touchdowns, which is not something you usually see. You can find some negative and positive regression candidates by sorting through these numbers, but overall you are going to find efficient names. Those mismatch type tight ends or wide receivers will be up there, or you might get a James White who does well with his red zone touches and turns them into points.

Red Zone Receiving Stats For Fantasy Football

Receiving stats in the red zone is a big part of player success in fantasy football. You are going to want players who see targets, but also are producing on those targets. You have three positions competing for targets, with running backs, wide receivers, and tight ends. Factoring in there are also rushing attempts for quarterbacks and running backs, you are not going to see 50+ targets throughout a season. That is why you should be focusing on players who make the best of their red zone numbers, using receptions and touchdowns. As mentioned above, efficiency is important for receivers.

When looking at this page, you can see it being broken down by inside the 20-yard line and the ten-yard line. The number of targets used in each is going to be telling for how they are used in their red zone offense. The percentage stats for targets and receptions are going to be in comparison to all of the players within the red zone. That way you can gauge how they are used within their team and compare to other positions. For example, you can see the percentage difference between Mike Evans and Chris Godwin. When teams have quite a few receiving options, this is going to be the best way to see how they are used.

How Teams Break Out targets In The Red Zone

With all teams being built differently, some might have different red zone options at each position. For example, teams with big red zone threats for tight ends, they might pick up a bulk of the targets on their team. For example, Travis Kelce and George Kittle create mismatches for opposing offenses and they will use them in a red zone because of that. Teams with big red zone threats for wide receivers will use them as well. You are going to get a mix and match approach from some teams as well. They may not have a true threat or just simply like to spread the ball around. A receiving back can be used in the red zone as well, such as a Duke Johnson or Alvin Kamara. Every team is going to operate differently, so figuring out their game plan is important.

All of these targets are going to be broken out differently, which is why it is important to have an understanding of where the targets go on a team. Using the target percentage is going to be the easiest way to figure out how often a target is being used in the red zone. Those top options are usually seeing over 20% of the targets. Being inside the 15-20% range is still solid, but getting less than 15% of the targets while in the red zone is not all that appealing. With injuries being a big factor in the NFL, teams will have to rotate their targets around when injuries occur. That can be the case when teams lost a big red zone threat and have to make do with surrounding options.

FAQ

Who Led The League In Red Zone Receiving Touchdowns?

Michael Thomas of the New Orleans Saints and Marvin Jones both led the league in red zone touchdowns with eight. Thomas had eight touchdowns on 16 red zone catches, while Jones had eight touchdowns on ten receptions. Jones saw eight fewer targets.

Who Led The League In Red Zone Receiving Targets?

Tyler Lockett of the Seattle Seahawks led all players in red zone targets with 23. He caught 74% of them, going for 144 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. Lockett saw 28% of Seattle’s targets, which was ahead of DK Metcalf.

What Are Red Zone Receiving Stats?

Red zone receiving stats are any stat recorded while inside the opponent's 20-yard line. Any position that has a receiving target in this area of the field will fall into those categories. You can see volume and efficiency stats.

Who Had The Most Red Zone Receiving Yards?

With 145 receiving yards, Michael Thomas of the New Orleans Saints led all players in receiving yards while in the red zone. He had 145 receiving yards inside the 20-yard line and 15 yards inside the ten-yard line.

Who Had The Most Red Zone Receptions?

With 17 receptions, Tyler Lockett saw the most red zone receptions among all NFL players. This no surprise given Lockett also saw the most targets inside the red zone and produced monster numbers in 2019. Lockett caught 17 of his 23 targets.

What Is Target Percentage In Red Zone?

The target percentage in the red zone is the number of targets a player gets out of the total number of targets in the red zone by a team. This is a percentage to show how often a player is getting the ball in comparison to the rest of the offense.

What Is Reception Percentage In Red Zone?

The reception percentage in the red zone is showing you the percentage of reception a player gets in comparison to other players on a team. For example, a tight end might have 30% of the touches in the red zone, while two other wide receivers combine for 70%.