Touches and Targets - Week 1

Touches and Target report – Week 1

“Volume is king”. If you have played fantasy for a while, you have most certainly heard this phrase before. And it is true that volume is one of the best indicators when trying to predict performances. Enter the Touches and Target report. Here, we will give you an overview of all the relevant targets and touches for every team in the league.

When I say relevant targets, it means I will not be including something like Stephen Carlson getting 1 target for the Browns or Damion Ratley getting a target for the Giants, because, let’s face it, you will never ever(!) have either of them on your fantasy team.

The report will be broken in to a number of stats, but the most important ones are touches, targets and target share, because these are the true indicators of volume going forward.

8. AFC North

CINCINNATI, OHIO – DECEMBER 29: Joe Mixon #28 of the Cincinnati Bengals runs with the ball during the game against the Cleveland Browns at Paul Brown Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Baltimore Ravens

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Mark Ingram10 10  29  
JK Dobbins7 7  22  
Gus Edwards4 4  17  
Marquise Brown 5 5624 101 
Willie Snead 4 4416 641
Mark Andrews 5 5624 582
Miles Boykin 3 3416 37 
Devin Duvernay 1 114 12 
The division of carries, makes it look completely like a three-headed monster, where TDs dictate who is going to have the best fantasy day. Hard to get a real grasp though in a game where the Ravens blew Browns out of the water. In the passing game, the targets are still very much centered around Brown and Andrews, as expected, with Snead and Boykin getting some work too.

Cincinnati Bengals

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Joe Mixon1912025,7692 
Giovani Bernard145514,3721 
AJ Green 55925,7 51 
CJ Uzomah 44514,3 45 
Tyler Boyd 44514,3 33 
Mike Thomas 2238,6 17 
John Ross 22514,3 17 
This could be a lot more of a mess than we anticipated. However, it could also be the product of a rookie QB getting his first start behind an O-Line that severely outmatched. Mixon had the touches, AJ Green had the targets, but Tyler Boyd fell a bit through the cracks in week 1. This could very well be the early season picture, until Burrow gets his feet under him and get more comfortable navigating the offense.

Cleveland Browns

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Kareem Hunt13417619,4729 
Nick Chubb1011113,2606 
Jarvis Landry 55619,4 61 
David Njoku 3339,7 501
Odell Beckham 331032,3 22 
Austin Hooper 2226,5 15 
Rashard Higgins 1113,2 9 
At least encouraging that OBJ got 32% of the target share, however he was very inefficient with them. Landry continues to be the more productive WR. Kareem Hunt had the most touches at RB, but I chalk that up to gamescript. We have to keep an eye on this backfield though, to see who new HC, Kevin Stefanski, favors.

Pittsburgh Steelers

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Benny Snell1901913,2113  
James Conner628412,998 
Juju Smith-Schuster 66619,4 692
Diontae Johnson 661032,3 57 
Chase Claypool12326,5839 
James Washington 2239,7 341
Eric Ebron 1126,5 18 
Vance McDonald 1126,5 3 
Snell got the majority of carries, but that was only because Conner left the game. Snell, who looked good, is gonna be a great waiver add if Conner misses time. In the passing game, JuJu had the big production, but don’t let that fool you. Dionate Johnson led the way with 10 targets, and this pass offense is going to go through Diontae and JuJu, with the other options sprinkling in

7. AFC South

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA – DECEMBER 22: Nyheim Hines #21 of the Indianapolis Colts returns a punt for a touchdown in the game against the Carolina Panthers at Lucas Oil Stadium on December 22, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Justin Casterline/Getty Images)

Houston Texans

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
David Johnson11314412,977321
Duke Johnson50513,2140 
Will Fuller0881032,3 112 
Brandin Cooks022516,1 20 
Kenny Stills00026,5 0 
Randall Cobb02239,7 23 
Jordan Akins02226,5 391
Darren Fells02226,5 19 
DJ looked good, and I think he could see even more touches in tighter games. Fuller getting over 32% of targets is likely coming down, but a good indicator that he is the #1 in this offense now that DHop is gone. Cooks was disappointing, but I’m not making any conclusions on him yet, especially not based on 1 game against the Champs.

Indianapolis Colts

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Nyheim Hines7815817,428451
Marlon Mack43736,52630 
Jonathan Taylor96156132267 
Parris Campbell167919,6971 
TY Hilton 44919,6 53 
Jack Doyle 3348,7 49 
Zach Pascal 2236,5 18 
Michael Pittman 2224,3 10 
Hines was talked up all offseason by his coaches, and he got the work as they said he would. With Mack done for the season, I expect Hines to be involved a lot. Taylor also saw quite a good amount of targets which is encouraging. Campbell and TY Hilton led the way with 9 targets, which I see as the trend that will continue, with Pittman and Pascal factoring in very little.

Jacksonville Jaguars

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
James Robinson16117156228 
Lavishka Shenault23542010371
Keenan Cole 55525 471
DJ Chark 33315 251
Collin Johnson 1115 14 
Chris Thompson 22210 6 
Chris Conley 1115 6 
Robinson saw the heavy work at RB, and looked mostly good, doing so. Shenault and Cole did the bulk of the damage in the Jags’ passing game. Chark only had 3 targets but I’m not worried. He will be the go to guy this season, so don’t panic.

Tennessee Titans

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Derrick Henry3133437,511615 
Corey Davis 77820 101 
Adam Humphries 66717,5 47 
AJ Brown 55820 39 
Jonnu Smith 44717,5 361
We saw that Henry is locked in for a massive amount of touches, which is great for his fantasy value, even when is going to be largely inefficient. It was surprising to see such a high amount of passes from the Titans, but the good part was that it’s concentrated mostly to 4 players. AJ Brown was inefficient, but it was good to see him get 8 targets. Is the Corey Davis resurgence coming?

6. AFC East

ORCHARD PARK, NY – SEPTEMBER 13: Foley Fatukasi #94 of the New York Jets tackles Devin Singletary #26 of the Buffalo Bills as he runs the ball during the first half at Bills Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Orchard Park, New York. (Photo by Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images)

Buffalo Bills

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Devin Singletary9514715,93023 
Zack Moss931249,19161
Stefon Diggs 88920,5 86 
John Brown 661022,7 701
Cole Beasley 44715,9 58 
Dawson Knox 2236,8 26 
46 pass attempts from Josh Allen is not something I expect we will see very often. On top of that, Allen had a team high 14 carries. Zack Moss was super inefficient outside of catching a TD pass, and Singletary only looked a little bit better. We will have to wait and see how this backfield ends up dividing the workload. Diggs and Brown, who are the pass catchers I want from BUF, enjoyed a lot of targets with the high pass volume in the game, as did Singletary, who had 7 targets like Beasley.

Miami Dolphins

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Myles Gaskin9413413,34026 
Matt Breida5 5  22  
Jordan Howard8 8  7 1
Devante Parker 44413,3 47 
Preston Williams 22723,3 41 
Mike Gesicki 33516,7 30 
Jakeem Grant 33413,3 25 
Isaiah Ford 22413,3 13 
It was quite worrisome for fantasy managers to see that Myles Gaskin got by far the most work from the RB-position, with Howard and especially Breida taking a backseat. We will need to monitor how it shakes out in week 2, before we start to make any conclusions. As far the pass game, It was good to see Williams get a good share of the targets. Grant and Ford getting 4 targets each, I attribute to Parker leaving the game with an injury.

New England Patriots

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Sony Michel10 10  37 1
Rex Burkhead7 7  32  
JJ Taylor41515,3284 
James White538315,82230 
Julian Edelman156736,82357 
Nkeal Harry 55631,6 39 
Ryan Izzo 1115,3 25 
Cam Newton lead the team in carries with 15, and only threw the ball 19 times. As long as the workload is divided between 4 RBs and Cam, I’m going to stay away from the NE RBs. In the pass game, it was good to see that there is a high concentration to only Edelman and Harry. Edelman is a fine flex play for PPR, but I would hold on starting Harry anytime soon.

New York Jets

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Frank Gore6 6  24  
Le’Veon Bell62826,11432 
Josh Adams22426,1814 
Jamison Crowder 771339,4 1151
Chris Herndon 66721,2 37 
Breshad Perriman 33515,2 17 
Bell leaving the game with an injury means we don’t get a clear picture of what this backfield would look like, but with him out, I don’t want anything to do with the Jets RBs. As for their aerial attack, the only player  I trust is Jamison Crowder, who is going to get a ton of targets every game. Outside of him, the offense is too bad for me to trust anyone on a regular basis.

5. AFC West

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – SEPTEMBER 13: Jeremy Chinn #21 of the Carolina Panthers pursues Josh Jacobs #28 of the Las Vegas Raiders during the second quarter at Bank of America Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Denver Broncos

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Melvin Gordon1531839,47881
Philip Lindsay71813,12411 
Noah Fant 55618,8 811
Jerry Jeudy 44825 56 
Tim Patrick 44515,6 29 
Daesean Hamilton 1139,4 18 
Gordon ended up with majority of carries as Lindsay left the game with a foot injury. In the passing game, it was evident that Sutton was missing, but good to see that Lock likes Fant, and was trying to get Jeudy the ball. Jeudy, who had a 25% target share, could have had a good game, were it not for his two drops.

Kansas City Chiefs

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Clyde Edwards-Helaire2502526,3138 1
Darrel Williams72926,3237 
Tyreek Hill055618,8 461
Sammy Watkins178928,13821
Demarcus Robinson033618,8 20 
Travis Kelce066618,8 501
Mecole Hardman01113,106 
Nothing out of the ordinary here. Watkins had a good season opener, as usual, and the ball is spread around. Biggest takeaway is that Chiefs are happy to give CEH a big workload, which is good news for fantasy. I think Darrel Williams will get some of the goalline carries in the future though. Hardman only had 1 target and was WR4 on the KC depth chart.

Las Vegas Raiders

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Josh Jacobs25429621,49346 
Devontae Booker437310,729233
Henry Ruggs235517,91155 
Darren Waller 66828,8 45 
Nelson Agholor 1113,6 231
Hunter Renfrow 2227,1 21 
Bryan Edwards 1113,6 9 
This is what we want to see from a workhorse RB. 6 targets for Jacobs. Outside of that, Waller and Ruggs were the pass catchers most involved, which I expect to continue. Renfrow, Agholor and Edwards are not going to get consistent enough targets that I wanna keep them on my roster.

Los Angeles Chargers

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Austin Ekeler1912013,4843 
Joshua Kelley12 12  60 1
Hunter Henry 55827,6 73 
Mike Williams 44931 69 
Keenan Allen 44827,6 37 
Very concerning that the RBs weren’t used in the pass game, which is were Ekeler excelled last season. Hopefully they will start utilizing him as a pass catcher again. Another concern is that Keenan Allen saw less targets than Mike Williams who I thought was rushed back from an injury, only to lead the team in targets. Overall the offense wasn’t very good, which is something fantasy managers should have in mind when using Chargers players in their lineup.

4. NFC North

SANTA CLARA, CALIFORNIA – JANUARY 11: Adam Thielen #19 of the Minnesota Vikings is tackled by Richard Sherman #25 of the San Francisco 49ers after making a catch in the second quarter of the NFC Divisional Round Playoff game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium on January 11, 2020 in Santa Clara, California. (Photo by Lachlan Cunningham/Getty Images)

Chicago Bears

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
David Montgomery1311438,36410 
Tarik Cohen72925,6416 
Cordarrelle Patterson41512,81912 
Allen Robinson156925-174 
Anthony Miller 44616,7 761
Darnell Mooney 3338,3 38 
Jimmy Graham 33719,4 251
Javon Wims 1125,6 11
Ted Ginn   12,8   
Cole Kmet   12,8   
Montgomery looked good out there, and if the game script had been better, he would likely have had more carries. Cohen owners on the other hand should be worried, as he only got two targets in a gamescript that should have favored him. In the passing game, ARob was good when it came to targets, although a fair bit of them were pretty bad throws on Trubiskys part. He and Miller will continues to be the top dogs in this offense.

Detroit Lions

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Adrian Peterson1431737,39321 
Kerryon Johnson7 7  14  
D’Andre Swift336512,28151
Danny Amendola 55717,1 81 
TJ Hockenson 55512,2 561
Marvin Jones 44819,5 55 
Quintez Cephus 331024,4 43 
Marvin Hall 1124,9 26 
It looks really good for AP with 17 touches, but if you look at the backfield snaps, Swift had the most, which is worrying in terms of figuring out who will lead this backfield going forward. As for the targets, things are looking good for Marvin Jones, but we have to see how the targets look when Golladay comes back.

Green Bay Packers

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Aaron Jones16420614,666101
Tyler Ervin31412,4386 
Jamaal Williams741149,82121 
AJ Dillon2 2     
Davante Adams 14141741,5 1562
Marquez Valdes-Scantling 44614,6 961
Allen Lazard 4449,8 631
Josiah Deguara 1124,9 12 
Great news that this offense still runs primarily through Aaron Jones and Davante Adams. As for MVS and Lazard, the jury is still out. MVS had more targets than Lazard, but also had some drops and Rodgers more or less stopped looking his way after that.

Minnesota Vikings

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Dalvin Cook121132850-22
Alexander Mattison64104165030 
Adam Thielen 66832 1102
Bisi Johnson 33416 56 
Kyle Rudolph 2228 28 
Justin Jefferson 22312 26 
Irv Smith 1114 11 
Tajae Sharpe   14   
Although Cook didn’t have many carries, it is by no means time to panic yet. It might be an attempt from Vikings to keep him fresh longer, we will have to see. The pass game is going through Thielen as expected, and for now, he and Cook are the only players worth starting in this offense. (Cousins can be a streamer)

3. NFC South

CHARLOTTE, NORTH CAROLINA – DECEMBER 29: Christian McCaffrey #22 of the Carolina Panthers during the second half during their game against the New Orleans Saints at Bank of America Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Charlotte, North Carolina. (Photo by Jacob Kupferman/Getty Images)

Atlanta Falcons

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Todd Gurley1421659,65611
Brian Hill32523,8128 
Ito Smith13435,842 
Julio Jones 991223,1 157 
Calvin Ridley19101223,1-11302
Russell Gage 991223,1 114 
Hayden Hurst 3359,6 38 
Biggest takeaway here is that Russell Gage got a lot of the targets that the fantasy industry expected Hayden Hurst to see. I do expect Hurst to see an increase and Gage to see a decrease. That said, Gage could be in for similar targets in games where Falcons are projected to go down early.

Carolina Panthers

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Christian McCaffrey23326411,896382
Curtis Samuel156823,5538 
Robby Anderson 66823,5 1151
DJ Moore 44926,5 54 
Ian Thomas 2225,9 16 
Seth Roberts 1125,9 5 
Chris Manhertz 1112,9 4 
CMC got his, although only 4 targets is low for him. Robby Anderson had the big day, on the back of one play, a 75yard TD. Don’t expect that every week. DJ Moore lead  the team in targets, but it is concerning to see that he only had 4 receptions. We assumed that his efficiency would go up with a better QB than Kyle Allen, but that wasn’t the case in this game. We’re going to see what he can against the Bucs in W2, before we start to panic.

New Orleans Saints

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Latavius Murray15 1513,448  
Alvin Kamara12517827,616512
Ty Montgomery1 1  -4  
Jared Cook 5 724,1 80 
Michael Thomas 3 517,2 17 
Deonte Harris 1 13,4 17 
Emmanuel Sanders 3 517,2 151
Tre’Quan Smith 1 13,4 4 
We knew the Bucs D is good against the run, and they largely shut down Murray and Kamara in that department, although the latter had 2 TDs in the game. MT completely disappeared in this game, which is a rare sight. He also sustained an injury and will miss time, making it interesting to see how the targets shake out in w2. I expect a lot of Kamara and Cook in the pass game.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Ronald Jones1721938,86616 
Leonard Fournette51612,9514 
Scott Miller156617,6673 
Chris Godwin 66720,6 79 
OJ Howard 44617,6 361
Rob Gronkowski 2238,8 11 
Mike Evans 11411,82 1
Justin Watson 1125,9 6 
RoJo was “the guy” for this game. I have my doubts that it will continue, but he is in prime position against the Panthers in week2. Evans was mostly a decoy in this game, and not involved much due to his injury. Godwin and Scott Miller looked good out there, and I think Miller has earned himself a larger role in this offense. OJ Howard was clearly ahead of Gronk.

2. NFC East

ARLINGTON, TEXAS – DECEMBER 29: Amari Cooper #19 of the Dallas Cowboys makes a catch while being guarded by Jimmy Moreland #32 of the Washington Redskins in the second quarter in the game at AT&T Stadium on December 29, 2019 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Dallas Cowboys

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Ezekiell Elliott22325410,896312
Tony Pollard22438,11022 
Amari Cooper 10101437,9 81 
Ceedee Lamb 55616,2 59 
Michael Gallup 33513,5 50 
Blake Jarwin 1112,7 12 
Dalton Schultz 11410,8 11 
Sad to see Jarwin get injured as many had him pegged for a good season. Cooper looked good out there, and got the lion share of the targets, which is encouraging as he only saw 14 targets twice last season. Lamb also showed promise and Gallup got robbed on a call. Dallas needs to clean up their pass pro, but they showed promise of an offense that could support 3 fantasy-relevant receivers.

New York Giants

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Saquon Barkley15621925660 
Dion Lewis1 112,81  
Darius Slayton 66925 1022
Sterling Shepard 66616,7 60 
CJ Board 2225,6 17 
Kaden Smith 2225,6 17 
Evan Engram 22719,4 7 
We can only hope that Barkleys poor rushing performance was because of a stout Steelers D, and not a sign of things to come for this Giants O-Line. Slayton looks to be the big dog so far in this passing O, and we have to believe Evan Engram was having a bad game, again due to Steelers D, because he was as inefficient as it gets with his 7 targets.

Philadelphia Eagles

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Boston Scott921124,83519 
Corey Clement62824,8192 
Dallas Goedert 88921,4 1011
Jalen Reagor 1149,5 55 
Desean Jackson 22716,7 46 
Greg Ward 55716,7 31 
Zach Ertz 33716,7 18 
After starting off hot in the first quarter and a half, the offense looked broken, and the only thing that was working was to get Goedert the ball. Hopefully, getting Sanders and Lane Johnson back will help them. I want at least one more week before making any hasty conclusions on the target breakdown for this team.

Washington Football Team

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Antonio Gibson921126,7368 
Peyton Barber17 17  29 2
JD McKissic31 516,7-21 
Terry McLaurin 5 723,3 61 
Steven Sims 3 310 50 
Logan Thomas 4 826,7 37 
Dontrelle Inman 2 516,7 21 
The Gibson breakout has to wait at least another week. I think a lot of fantasy owners were way too excited with him for W1. I think we can discount McKissic as part of this offense going forward, coz he looked BAD. Scary Terry is going to do his thing every week, and Logan Thomas leading the team in targets was interesting, especially if you lost Jarwin to injury.

1. NFC West

SANTA CLARA, CA – SEPTEMBER 13: DeAndre Hopkins #10 of the Arizona Cardinals makes a receptions as Emmanuel Moseley #41 of the San Francisco 49ers defends, during the game at Levi’s Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Santa Clara, California. The Cardinals defeated the 49ers 24-20. (Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images)

Arizona Cardinals

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Kenyan Drake1621825,76051
Chase Edmonds639514,326191
Deandre Hopkins 14141645,7 151 
Larry Fitzgerald 44514,3 34 
Christian Kirk 11514,3   
Dan Arnold 2225,7 21 
It looked like Kyler Murray was happy to have a target he could lock in on for most of the game, as Hopkins had a whopping 45% target share. We obviously can’t expect this every game, but it’s encouraging that ARI is content feeding the beast. Drake was somewhat inefficient in this game, and saved his day with a TD. Edmonds will clearly be involved a bit as well.

Los Angeles Rams

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Malcolm Brown18321414,379312
Cam Akers1411513,6394 
Darrell Henderson3 3  6  
Robert Woods167828,614105 
Tyler Higbee 33414,3 40 
Cooper Kupp 44517,9 40 
Van Jefferson 11310,7 31 
Josh Reynolds 1113,8 17 
Gerald Everett 1127,1 7 
This is going to be Browns backfield for the foreseeable future. He looked good, with vision and power, whereas Akers looked like someone having a hard time just finding the hole. Looking at the target breakdown, it was evident that Woods was in t he gameplan early, and Kupp was less so. It’s not time to panic on Kupp yet, however. He’s just signed an extension, so they clearly want him there. Higbee was much more involved than Everett, so it does look like Higbee will be the better player moving forward.

San Francisco 49ers

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Raheem Mostert15419516,756951
Jerick McKinnon336516,724201
Tevin Coleman41526,7186 
George Kittle145516,7944 
Kendrick Bourne 22516,7 34 
Jordan Reed 2226,7 12 
Trent Taylor 22516,7 7 
It was a weird game for the 49ers. Whether McKinnon seeing more touches than Coleman is a trend, or it was due to health concerns with Coleman in the bad air quality, is something to monitor for W2. The passing game was truly a mess outside of Mosterts long TD.

Seattle Seahawks

 CarriesReceptionsTouchesTargets Target Share %Rushing yardsReceiving yardsTDs
Chris Carson6612617,121452
Carlos Hyde7 7  23 1
DK Metcalf 44822,9 951
Tyler Lockett 88822,9 92 
David Moore13438,61228 
Greg Olsen 44411,4 241
The Seahawks finally let Russ cook! Most of his cooking came with Lockett and Metcalf, completely as expected, and these could both end as top15 WRs when all is said and done. It was concerning that Carson only had 6 carries to Hyde’s 7, but he got his scoring from the pass game. Historically, Wilson hasn’t utilized his RBs much in the pass game, so Carson will have to regain his touches in the run game, if he wants to stay relevant on a weekly basis.

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