2019 NFL Targets

Accumulating stats is driven from targets and touches within an offense. Every offense has their go-to guys, and this is where we get to see those guys. Targets for tight ends and wide receivers show the most used guys in the passing game, and volume is what we want when looking at wide receivers and tight ends. Running backs can work in the passing game for targets, but rushing attempts is the main stat we will look at. We have seen a trend upwards in heavier rushing attempts, and also universal backs who can act as wide receivers. These tables can show everything from red zone touches to overall usage from tight ends and wide receivers. In the fantasy world, volume is what we are after. Seeing Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliot over 25 touches is a goldmine, or Antonio Brown seeing 10+ touches. Search through to find where the volume is going to.

NAME POS RTG TEAM DEPTH Wk 1 Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk 5 Wk 6 Wk 7 Wk 8 Wk 9 Wk 10 Wk 11 Wk 12 Wk 13 Wk 14 Wk 15 Wk 16 Wk 17 Total Avg TM TGT % Catches Catch % TD
Zach Ertz TE
91
PHI 1 7 16 23 11.5 17.9 13 56.5% 0
Keenan Allen WR
94
LAC 1 10 15 25 12.5 29.4 16 64% 1
D.J. Moore WR
66
CAR 1 10 14 24 12 26.3 16 66.7% 0
Curtis Samuel WR
77
CAR 1 4 13 17 8.5 10.5 8 47.1% 0
Emmanuel Sanders WR
89
DEN 1 7 13 20 10 22.6 16 80% 2
Marquise Brown WR
76
BAL 1 5 13 18 9 19.2 12 66.7% 2
Michael Thomas WR
94
NO 1 13 13 26 13 30.2 20 76.9% 0
Sammy Watkins WR
81
KC 1 11 13 24 12 32.4 15 62.5% 3
Tyler Lockett WR
86
SEA 1 2 12 14 7 10 11 78.6% 1
Larry Fitzgerald WR
85
ARI 1 13 11 24 12 24.1 13 54.2% 1
Nelson Agholor WR
81
PHI 1 5 11 16 8 12.8 10 62.5% 1
Bennie Fowler WR
69
NYG 1 5 10 15 7.5 10.4 10 66.7% 0
Calvin Ridley WR
77
ATL 1 6 10 16 8 13 12 75% 2
Julio Jones WR
97
ATL 1 11 10 21 10.5 23.9 11 52.4% 3
Kenny Golladay WR
84
DET 1 9 10 19 9.5 20 12 63.2% 2
Le'Veon Bell RB
93
NYJ 1 9 10 19 9.5 22 16 84.2% 1
Odell Beckham Jr WR
97
CLE 1 11 10 21 10.5 28.9 13 61.9% 1
Tyler Boyd WR
84
CIN 1 11 10 21 10.5 21.6 18 85.7% 0
Chris Godwin WR
83
TB 1 6 9 15 7.5 16.7 11 73.3% 2
Cooper Kupp WR
86
LAR 1 10 9 19 9.5 25.6 12 63.2% 0
Davante Adams WR
94
GB 1 8 9 17 8.5 26.7 11 64.7% 0
D.J. Chark WR
70
JAX 1 4 9 13 6.5 12.1 11 84.6% 2
Greg Olsen TE
88
CAR 1 9 9 18 9 23.7 10 55.6% 0
Mark Andrews TE
80
BAL 1 8 9 17 8.5 30.8 16 94.1% 2
Travis Kelce TE
94
KC 1 8 9 17 8.5 23.5 10 58.8% 1
Terry McLaurin WR
72
WAS 1 7 9 16 8 15.9 10 62.5% 2
Antonio Brown WR
99
NE 1 8 8 8 0 4 50% 1
Adam Thielen WR
93
MIN 1 3 8 11 5.5 30 8 72.7% 1
Christian Kirk WR
75
ARI 1 12 8 20 10 22.2 10 50% 0
Chris Thompson RB
77
WAS 2 10 8 18 9 22.7 12 66.7% 0
DeAndre Hopkins WR
97
HOU 1 13 8 21 10.5 43.3 13 61.9% 2
Evan Engram TE
82
NYG 1 14 8 22 11 29.2 17 77.3% 1
Hunter Renfrow WR
73
OAK 1 3 8 11 5.5 11.5 6 54.5% 0
John Brown WR
77
BUF 1 10 8 18 9 27 14 77.8% 1
John Ross WR
75
CIN 1 12 8 20 10 23.5 11 55% 3
JuJu Smith-Schuster WR
89
PIT 1 8 8 16 8 17 11 68.8% 0
Mike Evans WR
93
TB 1 5 8 13 6.5 13.9 6 46.2% 0
Michael Gallup WR
76
DAL 4 7 8 15 7.5 21.9 13 86.7% 0
Mack Hollins WR
69
PHI 1 8 8 4 0 5 62.5% 0
Allen Robinson WR
85
CHI 1 13 7 20 10 28.9 11 55% 0
Courtland Sutton WR
74
DEN 1 8 7 15 7.5 25.8 11 73.3% 0
Damiere Byrd WR
72
ARI 2 7 7 14 7 13 10 71.4% 0
D.K. Metcalf WR
74
SEA 1 6 7 13 6.5 30 7 53.8% 1
Deebo Samuel WR
73
SF 1 3 7 10 5 11.1 8 80% 1
Darren Waller TE
67
OAK 1 8 7 15 7.5 30.8 13 86.7% 0
Jared Cook TE
89
NO 1 3 7 10 5 7 4 40% 0
Jakeem Grant WR
74
MIA 2 3 7 10 5 9.4 4 40% 0
Jarvis Landry WR
82
CLE 1 7 7 14 7 18.4 7 50% 0
Mohamed Sanu WR
80
ATL 1 6 7 13 6.5 13 9 69.2% 0
Phillip Lindsay RB
88
DEN 1 6 7 13 6.5 19.4 8 61.5% 0

Accumulating stats is driven from targets and touches within an offense. Every offense has their go-to guys, and this is where we get to see those guys. Targets for tight ends and wide receivers show the most used guys in the passing game, and volume is what we want when looking at wide receivers and tight ends. Running backs can work in the passing game for targets, but rushing attempts is the main stat we will look at. We have seen a trend upwards in heavier rushing attempts, and also universal backs who can act as wide receivers. These tables can show everything from red zone touches to overall usage from tight ends and wide receivers. In the fantasy world, volume is what we are after. Seeing Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliot over 25 touches is a goldmine, or Antonio Brown seeing 10+ touches. Search through to find where the volume is going to.

2019 NFL Player Targets Analysis

Accumulating stats is driven from targets and touches within an offense. Every offense has their go-to guys, and this is where we get to see those guys. The Le’Veon Bell’s of the world have a very solid fantasy floor on a week-to-week basis because their volume is so high. While they may have a down week by productions standards at times, when Bell as 122 all-purpose yards it is much better than the guy who at 62 on only 12 touches. Targets for tight ends and wide receivers show the most used guys in the passing game, and volume is what we want when looking at wide receivers and tight ends. Running backs can work in the passing game for targets, but rushing attempts is the main stat we will look at. We have seen a trend upwards in heavier rushing attempts, and also universal backs who can act as wide receivers. Backs that are solely relying on targets in the passing game should be viewed with the wide receivers because that is their role. These tables can show everything from red zone touches to overall usage from tight ends and wide receivers. In the fantasy world, volume is what we are after. Seeing Todd Gurley and Ezekiel Elliot over 25 touches is a goldmine, or Antonio Brown seeing 10+ touches on a weekly basis. Injuries can change targets and touches on a weekly basis. If a number one wide receiver goes down and he sees 8+ targets a game, there will be others who pick up the slack. The table will help identify trends that come about throughout the season. We can’t avoid it, and those who are top of it will thrive in the fantasy department. Search through to find where the volume is going to.