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2016 WR Targets Week 17

With New Orleans trailing for the entire game, Drew Brees went to his rookie wideout quite a bit. Michael Thomas finished the week with 14 targets. Julian Edelman, Rishard Matthews, Jarvis Landry, and T.Y. Hilton were some notable names up top. We also had some Week 17 strag-glers, like Adam Humphries, Bryan Walters, Demarcus Ayers, and Breshad Perriman have higher than eight targets. Julio Jones was back this week, and had himself a nice rebound game finding the end zone. He finished with nine targets on the day, and even got himself a rare red zone touchdown. JJ Nelson saw 12 targets, which had a lot to do with David Johnson leaving the game.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Michael Thomas NOR WR 14 8.1 10 1 71% 6.1
Julian Edelman NWE WR 13 9.9 8 1 62% 6.1
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 13 6.8 9 1 69% 4.1
Adam Humphries TAM WR 13 5.5 10 0 77% 3.7
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 12 9.7 6 0 50% 5.7
Allen Robinson JAX WR 12 9.4 5 0 42% 4.6
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 12 8.2 9 1 75% 5.9
JJ Nelson ARI WR 12 4.9 4 0 33% 2.3
Demarcus Ayers PIT WR 12 6.5 5 1 42% 3.0
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 11 9.4 7 0 64% 4.9
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 11 8.8 7 0 64% 4.8
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 11 6.7 7 0 64% 4.0
Mike Evans TAM WR 11 10.8 5 1 46% 6.0
Golden Tate DET WR 10 8.4 6 1 60% 5.7
Julio Jones ATL WR 9 9.2 7 1 78% 5.9
Marqise Lee JAX WR 9 6.6 6 0 67% 3.9
Bryan Walters JAX WR 9 3.4 8 0 89% 2.4
Marvin Jones DET WR 9 6.9 5 0 56% 3.7
Corey Coleman CLE WR 9 7.3 5 0 56% 3.3
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 8 6.6 5 0 63% 3.6
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 8 4.1 4 0 50% 2.1
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 8 7.2 6 0 75% 4.0
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 8 9.1 5 0 63% 5.6
Amari Cooper OAK WR 8 8.3 4 1 50% 5.2
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 7 7.1 4 0 57% 4.9
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 7 7.4 6 1 86% 3.9
Chester Rogers IND WR 7 2.4 4 0 57% 1.4
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 7 7.4 6 0 86% 4.3
Ted Ginn CAR WR 7 5.9 4 0 57% 3.4
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 7 5.2 5 0 71% 3.8
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 7 5.6 2 0 29% 2.6
DeVante Parker MIA WR 7 5.9 5 0 71% 3.7
Odell Beckham NYG WR 7 10.6 5 0 71% 6.3
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 7 4.9 4 0 57% 2.6
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 7 9.4 5 1 71% 6.7
Justin Hardy ATL WR 7 1.9 4 1 57% 1.3
Kenny Stills MIA WR 7 5.1 4 1 57% 2.6
Paul Richardson SEA WR 7 2.4 4 0 57% 1.4
Geronimo Allison GNB WR 6 2.2 4 1 67% 1.2
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 6 9.5 6 0 100% 6.1
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 6 6.9 4 0 67% 4.7
Eli Rogers PIT WR 6 5.1 6 0 100% 3.7
Anquan Boldin DET WR 6 5.9 4 1 67% 4.2
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 6 9.0 4 0 67% 5.6
Pharoh Cooper LAR WR 6 2.0 4 0 67% 1.4
Cody Core CIN WR 5 3.4 4 0 80% 2.1
Chris Conley KAN WR 5 4.3 4 0 80% 2.8
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 5 6.3 4 0 80% 3.7
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 5 6.1 4 0 80% 3.6
Robert Woods BUF WR 5 5.8 4 0 80% 3.9
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 5 6.7 2 0 40% 3.7
Steve Smith BAL WR 5 7.2 3 0 60% 5.0
Terrance Williams DAL WR 5 3.8 3 1 60% 2.8
Willie Snead NOR WR 4 6.9 3 0 75% 4.8
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 4 3.9 4 0 100% 2.2
Cobi Hamilton PIT WR 4 2.5 3 1 75% 1.5
Cole Beasley DAL WR 4 6.1 3 0 75% 4.7
Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT WR 4 1.9 1 0 25% 0.6
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 4 7.8 2 0 50% 5.9
Wendall Williams HOU WR 4 1.1 2 0 50% 0.2
Jeremy Ross ARI WR 4 1.2 4 1 100% 0.1
Michael Floyd NWE WR 4 5.1 3 1 75% 2.5
T.J. Jones DET WR 4 1.3 1 0 25% 0.2
Mike Wallace BAL WR 4 7.3 4 0 100% 4.5
Jordan Taylor DEN WR 3 1.6 3 0 100% 1.0
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 3 5.1 2 0 67% 3.4
Justin Hunter BUF WR 2 1.8 1 0 50% 0.8
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 2 4.4 1 0 50% 3.3

2016 WR Targets Week 16

Odell Beckham Jr saw 20 targets this week, and is simply the only option in this Giants offense. Take him away and this is a bottom five offense. Seattle was in comeback mode this week, which put Doug Baldwin in a spot where he saw 19 targets, and delivered. The big scorer of the week went to Adam Thielen who saw 15 targets. Cody Core, Victor Cruz, Dontrelle Inman, and Jermaine Kearse were a few odd names to see double-digit targets this week. Julio Jones saw limited snaps this week due to injury, and saw seven targets. Amari Cooper was expected to get more involved, but had another disappointing week, and saw six targets.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Odell Beckham NYG WR 20 10.8 11 0 55% 6.4
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 19 8.1 13 1 68% 6.1
Adam Thielen MIN WR 15 6.1 12 2 80% 4.5
Cody Core CIN WR 14 0.2 8 0 57% 0.1
Victor Cruz NYG WR 13 4.9 8 0 62% 2.6
Allen Robinson JAX WR 12 9.3 9 0 75% 4.5
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 12 7.0 9 1 75% 4.8
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 11 9.7 9 2 82% 6.1
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 10.3 10 1 91% 7.1
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 11 6.7 7 1 64% 4.1
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 10 6.1 7 1 70% 3.4
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 10 6.4 6 1 60% 3.8
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 10 8.3 5 0 50% 4.6
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 10 9.1 7 0 70% 5.6
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 10 6.1 3 0 30% 3.6
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 9 9.5 4 0 44% 5.7
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 9 7.4 5 0 56% 5.0
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 9 7.5 4 1 44% 4.2
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 9 7.2 5 0 56% 3.9
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 9 5.5 4 1 44% 2.6
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 9 6.3 3 1 33% 3.7
Ted Ginn CAR WR 9 5.9 3 0 33% 3.3
Michael Thomas NOR WR 8 7.6 6 0 75% 5.9
Mike Evans TAM WR 8 10.8 7 1 88% 6.1
Julian Edelman NWE WR 8 9.7 5 0 63% 6.0
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 8 7.4 4 1 50% 3.8
Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 8 5.4 3 0 38% 2.7
Kenny Stills MIA WR 8 4.9 3 1 38% 2.5
JJ Nelson ARI WR 7 4.4 3 1 43% 2.1
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 7 6.8 5 0 71% 3.9
DeVante Parker MIA WR 7 5.8 4 1 57% 3.6
Steve Smith BAL WR 7 7.4 7 1 100% 5.2
Geronimo Allison GNB WR 7 1.1 4 0 57% 0.1
Rod Streater SFO WR 7 1.7 6 1 86% 1.1
Julio Jones ATL WR 7 9.2 4 0 57% 5.8
Davante Adams GNB WR 7 7.5 4 1 57% 4.6
Marqise Lee JAX WR 7 6.4 3 1 43% 3.8
Anquan Boldin DET WR 7 5.9 5 0 71% 4.2
Amari Cooper OAK WR 6 8.2 4 0 67% 5.2
Golden Tate DET WR 6 8.3 6 0 100% 5.7
Harry Douglas TEN WR 6 0.5 5 0 83% 0.2
Bryan Walters JAX WR 6 1.2 5 0 83% 0.5
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 6 9.3 3 0 50% 4.7
Robert Woods BUF WR 6 5.9 3 0 50% 3.9
Will Fuller HOU WR 6 6.5 3 0 50% 3.4
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 6 8.6 4 1 67% 6.5
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 6 7.9 3 0 50% 5.7
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 5 7.1 4 0 80% 5.0
Eli Rogers PIT WR 5 5.0 4 0 80% 3.5
Dez Bryant DAL WR 5 7.9 4 2 80% 4.2
Russell Shepard TAM WR 5 2.5 3 0 60% 1.6
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 5 4.9 2 1 40% 2.6
Paul Richardson SEA WR 5 2.1 4 1 80% 1.2
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 5 8.6 3 0 60% 4.7
Andre Holmes OAK WR 5 0.3 3 1 60% 0.2
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 5 3.9 3 0 60% 1.9
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 5 6.5 1 0 20% 3.5
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 4 5.4 3 0 75% 3.4
Terrance Williams DAL WR 4 3.7 4 0 100% 2.7
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 4 5.5 3 0 75% 3.9
Deonte Thompson CHI WR 4 2.3 3 1 75% 1.5
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 4 9.5 4 0 100% 6.8
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 3 4.4 2 0 67% 2.7
Joshua Perkins ATL WR 3 1.1 2 1 67% 0.1
Donte Moncrief IND WR 3 6.2 2 1 67% 3.3

2016 WR Targets Week 15

DeAndre Hopkins had 17 targets this past week as Brock Oswieler was benched after the half, and in came Tom Savage. It was a game plan to just filter targets to Hopkins. Cameron Mere-dith, Golden Tate, and Julien Edelman were a couple of high volume receivers yet again this week. In the first game without Michael Floyd, JJ Nelson saw 11 targets. Michael Crabtree saw five more targets than Amari Cooper at eight. He drew the better individual matchup, so this isn't really a surprise. Alshon Jeffery saw nine targets in his first game back from suspension. This was second to Deonte Thompson on the team.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 17 9.6 8 0 47% 9.6
Golden Tate DET WR 13 8.5 8 0 62% 8.5
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 13 6.6 9 0 69% 6.6
Julian Edelman NWE WR 12 9.9 6 0 50% 9.9
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 11 9.3 7 0 64% 9.3
Willie Snead NOR WR 11 7.3 8 0 73% 7.3
JJ Nelson ARI WR 11 4.2 5 1 46% 4.2
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 11 8.5 6 0 55% 8.5
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 10 9.6 7 0 70% 9.6
Deonte Thompson CHI WR 10 2.1 8 0 80% 2.1
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 10 6.1 4 0 40% 6.1
Dez Bryant DAL WR 10 8.2 8 0 80% 8.2
Michael Thomas NOR WR 10 7.6 7 1 70% 7.6
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 9 6.1 7 0 78% 6.1
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 9 8.1 6 1 67% 8.1
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 9 6.6 5 0 56% 6.6
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 9 9.9 7 0 78% 9.9
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 8 7.3 7 2 88% 7.3
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 8 4.5 7 1 88% 4.5
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 8 6.7 6 0 75% 6.7
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 8 5.9 5 0 63% 5.9
Odell Beckham NYG WR 8 10.1 6 1 75% 10.1
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 8 9.1 6 1 75% 9.1
Mike Evans TAM WR 8 11.0 4 0 50% 11.0
Kenny Britt LAR WR 8 7.6 4 0 50% 7.6
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 8 4.6 5 0 63% 4.6
Will Fuller HOU WR 8 6.6 4 0 50% 6.6
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 8 7.1 5 0 63% 7.1
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 7 9.6 3 0 43% 9.6
Steve Smith BAL WR 7 7.4 2 1 29% 7.4
John Brown ARI WR 6 5.2 5 1 83% 5.2
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 6 4.9 4 1 67% 4.9
Eli Rogers PIT WR 6 5.0 5 1 83% 5.0
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 6 3.8 3 1 50% 3.8
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 6 9.6 3 0 50% 9.6
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 6 7.3 5 1 83% 7.3
A.J. Derby DEN WR 6 2.0 4 0 67% 2.0
Davante Adams GNB WR 6 7.5 2 0 33% 7.5
Aldrick Robinson ATL WR 5 2.1 4 0 80% 2.1
Mike Wallace BAL WR 5 7.5 2 0 40% 7.5
Antonio Brown PIT WR 5 10.2 3 0 60% 10.2
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 5 6.4 4 1 80% 6.4
Charles Johnson MIN WR 5 2.3 5 0 100% 2.3
Adam Humphries TAM WR 5 5.2 2 1 40% 5.2
Cole Beasley DAL WR 5 6.4 4 0 80% 6.4
Brian Quick LAR WR 5 4.7 3 0 60% 4.7
Marvin Jones DET WR 5 6.7 3 0 60% 6.7
Bryan Walters JAX WR 5 1.2 2 0 40% 1.1
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 4 8.1 3 1 75% 8.1
Marquise Goodwin BUF WR 4 4.5 3 0 75% 4.5
Jeff Heuerman DEN WR 4 0.8 2 0 50% 1.2
Terrance Williams DAL WR 4 3.7 3 0 75% 3.7
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 3 5.5 2 1 67% 5.5
Kenny Stills MIA WR 3 4.7 1 1 33% 4.7
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 3 5.6 3 0 100% 5.6
Wendall Williams HOU WR 3 0.3 2 0 67% 1.2
Amari Cooper OAK WR 3 8.4 1 0 33% 8.4
Seth Roberts OAK WR 3 5.1 2 0 67% 5.1
Chris Harper SFO WR 3 1.2 3 0 100% 0.6
Victor Cruz NYG WR 2 4.2 1 0 50% 4.2
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 1 4.2 1 1 100% 4.2
Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 1 3.4 1 0 100% 3.4

2016 WR Targets Week 14

In a game where they didn't have much of a run game, Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders combined for 30 targets, and lost the game. Both had exceptional usage with Trevor Seimien under center. Kenny Britt, Robby Anderson, and T.Y. Hilton were a few others up there. Los Angeles was down from the start forcing Jared Goff to throw. Jordan Matthews returned this week to his usual workload, he saw ten targets. With the Chicago injuries, Cameron Meredith saw eight targets, which was one more than the next, Josh Bellamy. Phillip Dorsett saw an odd amount of targets this week (8), yet I wouldn't bank on that continuing.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 16 9.2 10 0 63% 5.8
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 14 9.8 11 1 79% 5.8
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 13 9.8 9 1 69% 6.0
Kenny Britt LAR WR 12 7.6 7 0 58% 4.8
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 10.6 5 0 46% 7.2
Golden Tate DET WR 11 8.2 6 0 55% 5.5
Corey Coleman CLE WR 11 7.9 3 0 27% 3.3
Tavon Austin LAR WR 11 7.5 7 0 64% 4.3
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 11 7.4 6 0 55% 5.7
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 11 4.8 6 0 55% 2.6
Amari Cooper OAK WR 10 8.8 5 0 50% 5.6
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 10 8.3 8 0 80% 5.4
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 10 7.2 5 0 50% 4.8
Odell Beckham NYG WR 9 10.3 4 1 44% 6.1
Mike Evans TAM WR 8 11.2 4 0 50% 6.2
Willie Snead NOR WR 8 7.0 6 0 75% 4.9
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 8 7.0 5 0 63% 3.7
Marqise Lee JAX WR 8 6.6 5 0 63% 4.2
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 8 6.0 6 1 75% 4.0
Brandon Coleman NOR WR 8 2.6 5 0 63% 1.9
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 7 9.6 6 2 86% 5.8
Cole Beasley DAL WR 7 6.5 4 0 57% 4.9
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 7 6.4 3 0 43% 3.6
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 7 5.7 6 1 86% 3.5
Kenny Stills MIA WR 7 4.8 6 1 86% 2.6
Josh Bellamy CHI WR 7 2.5 3 0 43% 1.3
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 6 8.4 4 0 67% 6.1
Davante Adams GNB WR 6 7.6 4 1 67% 4.8
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 6 7.0 5 1 83% 4.9
Anquan Boldin DET WR 6 6.0 3 1 50% 4.2
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 6 5.8 4 1 67% 3.2
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 6 5.5 6 0 100% 3.7
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 6 5.2 6 1 100% 4.3
Quinton Patton SFO WR 6 4.7 4 0 67% 2.7
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 6 4.2 4 0 67% 2.5
Terrance Williams DAL WR 6 3.7 5 1 83% 2.6
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 6 3.6 3 1 50% 2.6
Daniel Brown CHI WR 6 2.4 6 0 100% 2.2
Aldrick Robinson ATL WR 6 1.8 3 0 50% 1.0
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 5 9.2 3 0 60% 7.1
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 5 8.7 3 0 60% 4.3
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 5 7.2 2 0 40% 4.2
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 5 6.8 2 0 40% 4.6
Marvin Jones DET WR 5 6.8 4 0 80% 3.8
Adam Thielen MIN WR 5 5.8 4 0 80% 4.3
Devin Funchess CAR WR 5 3.8 2 1 40% 1.7
A.J. Derby DEN WR 5 1.6 5 0 100% 1.3
Nick Williams ATL WR 5 1.2 4 0 80% 1.4
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 4 9.0 2 0 50% 4.6
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 4 6.5 3 1 75% 3.5
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 4 6.5 3 0 75% 3.9
Will Fuller HOU WR 4 6.5 2 0 50% 3.4
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 4 5.0 2 0 50% 2.8
Deonte Thompson CHI WR 4 1.5 2 0 50% 0.8
Bryan Walters JAX WR 4 1.2 4 1 100% 1.1
Randall Cobb GNB WR 3 6.9 3 0 100% 5.0
Robert Woods BUF WR 3 6.3 1 0 33% 4.3
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 3 5.8 1 0 33% 3.8
Chris Conley KAN WR 3 4.5 2 0 67% 2.8
Tanner McEvoy SEA WR 3 1.2 3 1 100% 1.1
Pharoh Cooper LAR WR 3 1.1 3 0 100% 1.2

2016 WR Targets Week 13

It was sort of an odd week when you looked at the top of the wideouts list for targets. Malcolm Mitchell, Dorial Green-Beckham, Jermaine Kearse, and Marqise Lee all had more targets than Antonio Brown and Mike Evans. Mitchell has certainly earned himself a role in this New England system. Green-Beckham benefitted from Jordan Matthews being out, but his role has been growing in the offense regardless. The same goes for Lee's. Kearse is probably the only real flukey one, as the Seattle revolving doors rotate on a weekly basis. Evans and Brown had down target weeks, and so did Dez Bryant, but he made up for his with a touchdown.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Odell Beckham NYG WR 16 10.4 10 0 63% 6.3
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 14 8.6 11 0 79% 6.3
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 12 7.3 4 1 33% 4.0
Julian Edelman NWE WR 12 9.3 8 0 67% 6.0
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 11 9.3 7 1 64% 5.6
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 10 9.5 9 0 90.0% 5.8
Steve Smith BAL WR 10 7.6 6 0 60.0% 5.4
Malcolm Mitchell NWE WR 10 9.3 8 0 80.0% 6.0
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 10 9.8 8 1 80.0% 5.8
Golden Tate DET WR 10 7.9 8 1 80.0% 5.4
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI WR 10 12.8 4 0 40.0% 6.6
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 10 8.6 6 0 60.0% 5.5
Allen Robinson JAX WR 10 9.7 3 0 30.0% 4.7
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 9 5.8 3 0 33% 3.0
Marqise Lee JAX WR 9 39.0 3 0 33% 24.5
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 9 10.6 2 0 22% 5.6
Julio Jones ATL WR 9 9.4 7 0 78% 6.0
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 9 5.9 5 0 56% 3.1
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 9 9.5 3 0 33% 5.3
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 9 9.3 7 0 78% 6.4
Adam Thielen MIN WR 9 11.7 7 0 78% 8.7
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 9 9.2 10 0 7.3
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 8 6.7 4 1 50.0% 4.0
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 8 10.7 8 0 100.0% 8.3
Paul Turner PHI WR 8 8.0 6 0 75.0% 6.0
Marquise Goodwin BUF WR 8 6.5 4 0 50.0% 3.0
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 8 9.4 3 1 38% 4.8
Brian Quick LAR WR 8 9.7 5 0 63% 5.8
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 8 9.0 4 0 50.0% 4.4
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 8 6.3 7 0 4.9
Mike Wallace BAL WR 7 7.7 6 0 86% 4.8
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 7 7.7 7 0 100.0% 6.2
Davante Adams GNB WR 7 8.5 1 0 14% 5.4
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 7 7.1 5 1 71% 4.1
Antonio Brown PIT WR 7 10.6 6 1 86% 7.3
Andre Roberts DET WR 7 21.0 4 0 57% 13.0
Willie Snead NOR WR 6 25.3 2 0 33% 17.7
Will Fuller HOU WR 6 7.4 5 0 83% 3.9
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 6 62.0 5 0 83% 50.0
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 6 8.2 5 0 83% 4.7
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 6 65.0 4 0 67% 42.0
Ted Ginn CAR WR 6 13.4 5 1 83% 8.2
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 6 17.0 5 0 83% 13.0
Neal Sterling JAX WR 6 0.0 5 0 83% 0.0
Mike Evans TAM WR 6 11.5 3 0 50.0% 6.3
Kenny Britt LAR WR 6 7.3 2 1 33% 4.7
Josh Bellamy CHI WR 6 25.0 4 0 67% 14.0
Donte Moncrief IND WR 6 9.8 4 1 67% 5.6
Dez Bryant DAL WR 6 7.9 4 1 67% 4.1
Bryan Walters JAX WR 6 0.0 3 0 50.0% 0.0
Anquan Boldin DET WR 6 6.0 4 0 67% 4.3
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 6 15.2 3 1 11.6
Seth Roberts OAK WR 5 14.8 2 0 40.0% 7.8
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 5 5.6 4 0 80.0% 3.1
Michael Thomas NOR WR 5 9.9 4 0 80.0% 7.7
Kenny Stills MIA WR 5 4.7 2 0 40.0% 2.3
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 5 5.6 2 1 40.0% 3.3
Chris Hogan NWE WR 5 4.0 4 1 80.0% 2.7
Charles Johnson MIN WR 5 5.2 3 0 60.0% 2.4
Michael Floyd ARI WR 5 9.8 3 1 5.2
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 4 11.1 2 1 50.0% 6.6
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 4 10.8 2 0 50.0% 7.0
T.J. Jones DET WR 4 0.0 3 0 75.0% 0.0
Justin Hunter BUF WR 4 3.6 1 0 25.0% 1.6
Freddie Martino TAM WR 4 0.0 4 0 100.0% 0.0
Devin Funchess CAR WR 4 7.5 2 0 50.0% 3.3
DeVante Parker MIA WR 4 11.3 3 1 75.0% 7.3
Danny Amendola NWE WR 4 7.3 3 0 75.0% 5.8
Cole Beasley DAL WR 4 15.4 2 0 50.0% 12.0
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 4 9.7 3 0 75.0% 6.3
Amari Cooper OAK WR 4 9.5 2 1 50.0% 6.2
Albert Wilson KAN WR 4 9.4 4 0 100.0% 5.8
JJ Nelson ARI WR 4 13.3 1 1 7.0
Ty Montgomery GNB WR 3 19.5 2 0 67% 16.0
Terrance Williams DAL WR 3 3.5 2 0 67% 2.4
Randall Cobb GNB WR 3 8.0 3 1 100.0% 5.7
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 3 5.8 2 0 67% 4.1
Kamar Aiken BAL WR 3 9.8 3 0 100.0% 6.0
Eli Rogers PIT WR 3 9.2 1 0 33% 6.0
Deonte Thompson CHI WR 3 5.3 2 0 67% 3.0
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 3 48.0 2 1 67% 23.0
Aldrick Robinson ATL WR 3 0.0 2 1 67% 0.0
Ryan Grant WAS WR 3 13.0 2 0 6.0
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 3 6.4 1 0 3.5
Russell Shepard TAM WR 2 0.0 1 0 50.0% 0.0
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 2 7.5 1 0 50.0% 3.9
James Wright CIN WR 2 8.5 2 0 100.0% 5.5
Gerald Christian BUF WR 2 0.0 1 0 50.0% 0.0
Daniel Brown CHI WR 2 0.0 2 0 100.0% 0.0
Cody Core CIN WR 2 0.0 2 0 100.0% 0.0
Cecil Shorts TAM WR 2 5.4 1 0 50.0% 2.2
Adam Humphries TAM WR 2 15.8 2 0 100.0% 10.5
Brandon Tate BUF WR 1 11.0 1 0 100.0% 8.0

2016 WR Targets Week 12

Tyrell Williams drew a tough matchup this week against Houston's secondary, yet was targeted more than any other wideout. He had 14 targets, posting an 8-57-1 line. Michael Crabtree and Terrelle Pryor were second in line. A one game sample size showed that Marquess Wilson was the best target for Matt Barkley. He saw 11 targets this week, posting a monster 8-125-1 line. Some names with bigger targets were Ted Ginn, Kenny Britt, Adam Thielen, Deonte Thompson, Josh Bellamy, and Malcolm Mitchell. Most of them saw bigger roles due to injuries. Julio Jones just saw seven targets, likely due to Patrick Peterson shadowing him.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 14 7.7 8 1 57% 4.6
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 13 9.2 8 0 62% 5.5
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 12 9.4 6 0 50.0% 5.2
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 12 9.8 8 0 67% 5.5
Marquess Wilson CHI WR 11 1.2 8 1 73% 2.1
Mike Evans TAM WR 11 12.0 8 2 73% 6.6
Odell Beckham NYG WR 11 9.9 6 2 55% 5.9
Julian Edelman NWE WR 11 9.0 8 0 73% 5.8
Marvin Jones DET WR 11 7.0 4 0 36% 3.8
Adam Thielen MIN WR 11 5.5 8 0 73% 4.1
Donte Moncrief IND WR 11 7.2 6 1 55% 4.0
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 10 9.5 7 1 70.0% 5.5
Ted Ginn CAR WR 10 5.5 4 1 40.0% 3.3
Michael Thomas NOR WR 10 7.6 9 2 90.0% 5.9
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 10 6.9 8 0 80.0% 5.0
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI WR 10 4.9 6 0 60.0% 2.6
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 10 9.5 5 0 50.0% 5.0
Kenny Britt LAR WR 10 7.4 5 1 50.0% 4.9
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 10 5.1 9 1 90.0% 4.1
Anquan Boldin DET WR 9 6.0 7 1 78% 4.4
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 9 9.1 6 1 67% 4.5
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 9 5.4 5 0 56% 3.5
Deonte Thompson CHI WR 9 1.3 5 1 56% 1.1
Josh Bellamy CHI WR 9 1.7 4 0 44% 0.9
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 9 5.8 3 0 33% 3.3
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 8 7.0 4 1 50.0% 3.8
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 8 6.1 8 0 100.0% 4.3
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 8 8.5 5 0 63% 5.5
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 8 7.1 7 0 88% 5.5
Golden Tate DET WR 7 7.7 5 0 71% 5.2
Dez Bryant DAL WR 7 8.1 5 0 71% 4.1
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 7 6.1 3 1 43% 4.0
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 7 8.1 4 0 57% 5.8
Malcolm Mitchell NWE WR 7 2.7 5 2 71% 1.6
Randall Cobb GNB WR 7 7.7 6 0 86% 5.4
Corey Coleman CLE WR 7 7.3 3 1 43% 3.3
Willie Snead NOR WR 7 7.0 5 0 71% 5.1
Julio Jones ATL WR 7 9.5 4 0 57% 5.9
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 6 5.6 6 1 100.0% 3.5
Davante Adams GNB WR 6 7.8 5 2 83% 5.3
Antonio Brown PIT WR 6 10.9 5 3 83% 7.5
Kenny Stills MIA WR 6 4.6 3 1 50.0% 2.4
DeVante Parker MIA WR 6 6.4 3 0 50.0% 4.1
Will Fuller HOU WR 6 6.8 4 0 67% 3.3
Cole Beasley DAL WR 6 6.6 5 0 83% 5.3
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 6 7.8 2 1 33% 4.4
Marqise Lee JAX WR 6 6.3 4 1 67% 4.2
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 5 6.7 5 1 100.0% 3.9
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 5 3.1 4 2 80.0% 2.3
Chris Hogan NWE WR 5 3.5 4 0 80.0% 2.3
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 5 9.5 3 0 60.0% 5.5
Rod Streater SFO WR 5 1.1 4 0 80.0% 1.1
Victor Cruz NYG WR 5 4.9 1 0 20.0% 2.7
Mike Wallace BAL WR 4 7.7 3 0 75.0% 4.6
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 4 10.0 4 0 100.0% 7.1
Justin Hardy ATL WR 4 1.5 3 0 75.0% 1.2
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 4 8.2 4 0 100.0% 5.2
Tavon Austin LAR WR 4 7.2 4 1 100.0% 4.0
A.J. Derby DEN WR 4 1.2 4 0 100.0% 0.7
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 4 6.9 4 0 100.0% 4.7
Seth Devalve CLE WR 4 1.1 3 0 75.0% 1.2
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 3 2.3 3 0 100.0% 1.1
Bennie Fowler DEN WR 2 3.2 1 1 50.0% 1.2
Harry Douglas TEN WR 2 1.2 2 0 100.0% 1.2
Eli Rogers PIT WR 2 5.4 2 0 100.0% 3.6
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 2 3.5 2 0 100.0% 2.2
Rashard Higgins CLE WR 2 1.2 2 0 100.0% 0.8

2016 WR Targets Week 11

With no Rob Gronkowski, Julian Edelman saw 17 targets. He caught eight for 77 yards and a score. Malcolm Mitchell was next in line for New England with five. Rishard Matthews and Mike Evans both had 13 targets, then we got into two rookies. Corey Coleman and Sterling Shepard had 11 and 12 targets. After a few down weeks in targets, T.Y. Hilton came alive with nine targets, and had a successful day. Dorial Green-Beckham had eight targets this week, which was second to Jordan Matthews (10). Doug Baldwin had just five targets in that game, but did throw a touchdown pass to Russell Wilson.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 4 4.09 4 0 100% 3.00
Victor Cruz NYG WR 2 4.00 1 0 50% 2.36
Brandon Tate BUF WR 3 0.10 2 0 67% 0.10
Adam Humphries TAM WR 7 5.45 4 0 57% 3.55
Odell Beckham NYG WR 7 8.91 5 0 71% 5.36
Ted Ginn CAR WR 4 4.64 3 1 75% 2.91
Andre Roberts DET WR 1 0.91 1 0 100% 0.64
Kenny Britt LAR WR 7 6.45 5 0 71% 4.45
Davante Adams GNB WR 6 7.27 3 0 50% 4.82
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 8 6.82 7 0 88% 4.64
Robert Woods BUF WR 3 5.45 3 0 100% 3.82
Corey Coleman CLE WR 12 3.36 4 0 33% 1.55
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 3 3.36 2 0 67% 2.09
Anquan Boldin DET WR 9 5.18 6 0 67% 3.73
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 7 8.00 6 0 86% 6.09
Donte Moncrief IND WR 7 2.91 4 1 57% 1.64
Kamar Aiken BAL WR 5 3.09 3 0 60% 1.73
Chris Harper SFO WR 2 0.10 2 0 100% 0.10
Marquess Wilson CHI WR 4 0.10 1 0 25% 0.10
Willie Snead NOR WR 5 5.73 4 0 80% 4.18
Kenny Stills MIA WR 9 4.09 4 0 44% 2.09
Devin Funchess CAR WR 7 3.55 2 0 29% 1.45
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 9 5.00 4 0 44% 3.00

2016 WR Targets Week 10

We had some monster target shares this week, as three wideouts tied for 18. Antonio Brown, Jordy Nelson, and Larry Fitzgerald all had that mark, catching 12 or more. Julio Jones, Stefon Diggs, and Allen Robinson were up there as well. Kenny Britt and Tyreek Hill saw double-digit targets, and Hill's came with the injury to Jeremy Maclin. It wasn't much of Albert Wilson or Chris Conley. Brandon Marshall saw just six targets this week, and the same goes for Jarvis Landry. The heightened running game has really brought down target numbers for Landry. He is still a decent threat for 6-8 a game.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Antonio Brown PIT WR 18 10.4 14 1 78% 6.9
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 18 9.9 12 0 67% 6.8
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 18 9.1 12 1 67% 5
Julio Jones ATL WR 16 9.7 10 0 63% 6.1
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 15 8.1 13 0 87% 6.1
Allen Robinson JAX WR 13 9.5 9 1 69% 4.8
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 13 4.1 10 0 77% 3.2
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 13 8.9 5 0 39% 4.5
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 12 7.6 7 0 58% 4.3
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 11 7.1 5 1 46% 4.3
Odell Beckham NYG WR 11 9.1 10 1 91% 5.4
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 11 8.5 8 1 73% 5.5
A.J. Green CIN WR 11 9.9 7 1 64% 6.6
Kenny Britt LAR WR 10 6.4 7 0 70.0% 4.4
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 10 6.5 6 0 60.0% 4.2
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 10 7.6 6 0 60.0% 4.8
Davante Adams GNB WR 9 7.4 6 0 67% 5
Dez Bryant DAL WR 9 5 6 1 67% 2.2
Julian Edelman NWE WR 9 7.1 7 0 78% 4.8
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 9 9.5 5 0 56% 5.4
Quinton Patton SFO WR 9 4.9 3 0 33% 2.8
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 9 9.1 5 0 56% 5.1
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 9 7.2 4 0 44% 4
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 9 5.6 5 0 56% 3.2
Cole Beasley DAL WR 9 6.1 5 0 56% 4.8
DeVante Parker MIA WR 8 4.8 5 0 63% 3
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 8 6.5 6 3 75.0% 5
Adam Humphries TAM WR 8 5.3 5 0 63% 3.5
Ted Ginn CAR WR 8 4.7 5 0 63% 2.9
Randall Cobb GNB WR 8 6.5 4 0 50.0% 4.5
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 7 7.1 7 1 100.0% 4
Steve Smith BAL WR 7 5.3 5 1 71% 3.6
Willie Snead NOR WR 7 5.8 5 2 71% 4.2
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 7 6.1 5 1 71% 3.9
Michael Floyd ARI WR 6 4.9 5 0 83% 2.4
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 6 3.4 3 0 50.0% 2.1
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 6 3.7 3 0 50.0% 2.2
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 6 7.7 6 0 100.0% 5.5
Marqise Lee JAX WR 6 5.5 4 0 67% 3.8
Michael Thomas NOR WR 6 6.9 4 0 67% 5.1
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 6 6.3 4 1 67% 4.4
JJ Nelson ARI WR 6 3.1 2 0 33% 1.7
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 5 6.7 3 1 60.0% 4.4
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 5 2.3 1 1 20.0% 1.7
Mike Evans TAM WR 5 10.8 4 0 80.0% 5.9
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 5 5.3 3 1 60.0% 3.6
Mike Wallace BAL WR 5 7.1 4 0 80.0% 4.3
Eli Rogers PIT WR 5 3.5 4 1 80.0% 2.3
Cecil Shorts TAM WR 5 1.5 2 0 40.0% 0.4
Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 4 5.8 3 1 75.0% 3
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 4 4.2 3 1 75.0% 2
Devin Funchess CAR WR 4 3.2 3 1 75.0% 1.4
John Brown ARI WR 4 5.4 2 0 50.0% 3
Paul Richardson SEA WR 3 1.8 2 0 67% 1.1
Kenny Stills MIA WR 3 3.6 2 1 67% 1.9
Maurice Harris WAS WR 3 0.5 3 0 100.0% 0.3
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 2 4.1 1 1 50.0% 2.9
Jordan Taylor DEN WR 2 0.9 2 1 100.0% 0.7
Freddie Martino TAM WR 1 0.4 1 1 100.0% 0.2
Cobi Hamilton PIT WR 1 1 1 0 100.0% 0.6

2016 WR Targets Week 9

If you missed the Thursday Night Football game, Mike Evans had 17 targets. He took two to the house on 11 receptions. Stefon Diggs and Jordy Nelson were next in line. Golden Tate had a big week, posting 11-79-1 line on 12 targets. Rishard Matthews and Eli Rogers were two wideouts with double digit targets this week, and those two names we usually don't expect up here. Matthews is the more likely to have repeat numbers, but even that's a stretch. Michael Thomas has been a lock for Drew Brees and the Saints, and he saw eight targets against San Fran.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Robert Woods BUF WR 13 4.33 10 0 77% 6.33
Mike Evans TAM WR 17 6.11 11 2 65% 11.44
Mike Wallace BAL WR 6 4.33 4 1 67% 7.33
Julio Jones ATL WR 11 5.67 8 1 73% 9.00
Quinton Patton SFO WR 9 2.78 6 0 67% 4.44
Eli Rogers PIT WR 10 2.11 6 0 60% 3.33
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 13 4.22 7 1 54% 8.11
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 6 4.89 6 0 100% 6.33
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 10 4.67 6 0 60% 7.33
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 6.11 7 1 64% 9.56
Marqise Lee JAX WR 8 3.78 4 0 50% 5.44
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 8 5.78 6 0 75% 10.00
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 14 5.33 13 0 93% 7.33
Golden Tate DET WR 12 5.44 11 1 92% 8.22
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 7 4.00 5 0 71% 7.11
Allen Robinson JAX WR 11 4.33 7 1 64% 9.00
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 7 4.11 5 0 71% 6.33
Michael Thomas NOR WR 8 5.22 5 2 63% 7.00
Bryce Treggs PHI WR 4 0.30 2 0 50% 1.10
Adam Thielen MIN WR 6 3.22 4 0 67% 4.56
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 6 4.56 5 0 83% 6.89
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 7 4.22 6 1 86% 6.67
Kendall Wright TEN WR 5 2.11 2 0 40% 3.00
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 10 3.67 6 2 60% 5.33
Jalin Marshall NYJ WR 4 0.10 3 1 75% 1.20
Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 8 3.00 4 0 50% 6.00
Cole Beasley DAL WR 6 4.78 6 1 100% 5.78
Amari Cooper OAK WR 8 6.44 6 0 75% 9.78
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 9 3.00 6 0 67% 5.22
Jordan Norwood DEN WR 4 1.78 2 1 50% 3.11
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 10 5.22 5 0 50% 8.22
Donte Moncrief IND WR 6 1.56 3 1 50% 2.78
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 5 1.78 5 0 100% 2.00
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 6 3.78 3 1 50% 6.00
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 6 2.11 4 0 67% 3.44
Kenny Britt LAR WR 6 4.11 4 1 67% 6.00
Harry Douglas TEN WR 2 0.20 2 0 100% 1.40
Brian Quick LAR WR 6 2.67 4 0 67% 4.22
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 7 5.11 5 1 71% 9.11
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 11 5.44 5 0 46% 9.56
Steve Smith BAL WR 7 3.44 4 0 57% 5.11
Odell Beckham NYG WR 10 4.89 4 2 40% 8.89
Victor Cruz NYG WR 1 2.78 1 0 100% 4.67
Adam Humphries TAM WR 7 3.33 5 1 71% 5.00
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 9 4.44 6 0 67% 9.56
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 8 3.00 6 0 75% 3.56
Marquise Goodwin BUF WR 5 1.78 4 0 80% 4.11
Albert Wilson KAN WR 8 1.67 3 1 38% 2.89
Davante Adams GNB WR 8 4.89 4 1 50% 7.22
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 7 2.78 4 0 57% 4.78
Corey Coleman CLE WR 7 1.20 3 0 43% 1.40
Ted Ginn CAR WR 7 2.67 5 0 71% 4.33
Ty Montgomery GNB WR 3 2.56 3 0 100% 3.11
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 4 2.67 2 0 50% 4.22
Willie Snead NOR WR 7 4.11 3 0 43% 5.67
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 6 5.44 3 0 50% 7.89
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 4 1.89 3 0 75% 4.22
Seth Roberts OAK WR 3 2.78 3 0 100% 5.22
Roger Lewis NYG WR 2 1.00 1 1 50% 1.50
Chris Conley KAN WR 4 2.89 3 0 75% 4.22
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 4 2.22 2 0 50% 3.89
Devin Funchess CAR WR 5 1.00 1 0 20% 2.30
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 6 5.44 2 0 33% 9.00
Andre Holmes OAK WR 3 1.00 2 0 67% 1.20

2016 WR Targets Week 8

A.J. Green saw a week high, 18 targets against Washington in an overtime game in London. Michael Crabtree and Amari Cooper both were high volume threats in overtime. Allen Robinson saw 15 targets, and caught six for 40 yards. Robinson's volume hasn't been an issue this season, it has been the consistency of Blake Bortles. It's been an ugly year for A-Rob. Stefon Diggs had 13 targets this week, which is a plus heading into a matchup against the Lions. Brandin Cooks, T.Y. Hilton, and Julio Jones were some of the bigger name receivers to see less than seven targets in Week 8. This was certainly a down week for all three, and you can even toss in DeAndre Hopkins had a dream matchup, but saw just seven targets.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
A.J. Green CIN WR 18 11 9 0 50.0% 7.38
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 16 9.375 8 0 50.0% 5.88
Amari Cooper OAK WR 15 10 12 1 80.0% 6.50
Allen Robinson JAX WR 15 8.75 6 0 40.0% 4.00
Dez Bryant DAL WR 14 4.625 4 1 29% 1.88
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 14 6.875 11 1 79% 4.50
Davante Adams GNB WR 14 7.125 12 0 86% 5.00
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 13 7.125 9 1 69% 5.00
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 13 6.5 8 1 62% 4.38
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 13 9.5 6 0 46% 5.13
JJ Nelson ARI WR 12 3.125 8 2 67% 1.88
Allen Hurns JAX WR 11 7 7 1 64% 3.88
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 11 7.38 4 1 36% 4.50
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 11 10.13 10 0 91% 7.00
Mike Evans TAM WR 11 10.75 4 0 36% 5.50
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 10 6.25 9 1 90.0% 4.00
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 10 6.88 3 1 30.0% 3.75
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 10 8.00 5 0 50.0% 5.25
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 10 9.38 4 0 40.0% 5.50
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 9 7.50 4 1 44% 3.88
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 9 7.25 3 1 33% 4.75
Donte Moncrief IND WR 9 2.38 4 1 44% 1.38
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 9 9.63 4 0 44% 4.25
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI WR 9 3.88 5 0 56% 2.25
Golden Tate DET WR 9 7.75 7 0 78% 4.75
Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 8 4.50 5 2 63% 2.75
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 8 7.88 4 1 50.0% 4.50
Julian Edelman NWE WR 8 7.75 4 1 50.0% 5.13
Walt Powell BUF WR 8 2.88 3 0 38% 1.50
Willie Snead NOR WR 8 5.50 6 0 75.0% 4.25
Seth Roberts OAK WR 7 5.50 3 1 43% 2.75
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 7 4.75 4 0 57% 2.63
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 7 6.88 6 0 86% 4.50
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 7 4.25 4 0 57% 2.75
Cole Beasley DAL WR 7 5.75 4 0 57% 4.63
Robert Woods BUF WR 7 5.50 4 0 57% 3.63
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 7 7.00 3 0 43% 3.75
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 7 9.50 4 0 57% 5.00
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 7 4.75 5 0 71% 3.13
Marvin Jones DET WR 7 7.38 3 0 43% 4.50
Ricardo Louis CLE WR 7 4.13 2 0 29% 2.00
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 6 7.00 4 1 67% 4.50
Michael Thomas NOR WR 6 6.88 6 0 100.0% 5.25
Ted Ginn CAR WR 6 4.00 5 0 83% 2.38
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 6 6.38 4 0 67% 4.75
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 6 3.13 3 0 50.0% 1.88
Kendall Wright TEN WR 5 2.75 4 1 80.0% 2.13
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 5 7.13 2 0 40.0% 3.88
Chris Conley KAN WR 5 4.25 3 0 60.0% 2.88
Adam Thielen MIN WR 5 4.38 3 0 60.0% 3.13
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 5 3.88 5 0 100.0% 2.25
Chris Hogan NWE WR 4 3.38 4 1 100.0% 2.38
John Brown ARI WR 4 6.25 4 1 100.0% 3.50
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 4 4.75 4 1 100.0% 3.38
Adam Humphries TAM WR 4 4.75 3 0 75.0% 3.13
Devin Funchess CAR WR 4 2.88 3 0 75.0% 1.25
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 4 3.25 4 0 100.0% 2.13
Taylor Gabriel ATL WR 3 1.63 3 1 100.0% 1.38
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 3 3.00 3 0 100.0% 2.63
Paul Richardson SEA WR 3 1.00 2 0 67% 1.00
Brandon Coleman NOR WR 2 2.50 2 0 100.0% 1.88
Jordan Taylor DEN WR 1 1.00 1 0 100.0% 1.00

2016 WR Targets Week 7

Davante Adams and Randall Cobb led Week 7 in targets, which meant Jordy Nelson took a back seat in the passing game. They were by far the most productive when it came to the passing game this week in Green Bay. Ty Montgomery also had 13 targets. Julio Jones had a monster week, grabbing 174 receiving yards on 15 targets. Tavon Austin also had 15 targets out there in London. TY Hilton had yet another week of double-digit targets, which bodes well for his fantasy relevance. In terms of volume there hasn't been many that can compare to consistency of Hilton. Golden Tate, Michael Crabtree, and Michael Wallace were some other names over double-digit targets. It was yet another down game for Allen Robinson, who saw eight targets, but caught only two of them. He is nothing more than a GPP play at this point, and maybe a guy we keep fading until we see something. Marvin Jones had just five targets this week, and so did Amari Cooper. The Oakland wideout was having a solid stretch of looks, which came to a screeching halt. Pierre Garcon, Jeremy Maclin, and Stefon Diggs were a couple of value wideouts this week, yet none amounted to much production.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Davante Adams GNB WR 16 6.14 13 2 81% 4.00
Julio Jones ATL WR 15 9.29 9 0 60.0% 5.71
Randall Cobb GNB WR 15 7.86 11 1 73% 5.57
Tavon Austin LAR WR 15 9.14 10 1 67% 5.14
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 14 10.00 9 0 64% 6.57
Mike Wallace BAL WR 13 8.57 10 0 77% 5.00
Ty Montgomery GNB WR 13 3.57 10 0 77% 2.86
Michael Thomas NOR WR 13 7.00 10 0 77% 5.14
Mike Evans TAM WR 13 10.71 8 2 62% 5.71
Golden Tate DET WR 12 7.57 6 0 50.0% 4.43
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 12 9.86 5 0 42% 5.14
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 12 10.86 7 1 58% 6.43
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 11 7.86 3 0 27% 4.57
Willie Snead NOR WR 11 5.14 9 0 82% 4.00
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 11 8.43 8 1 73% 5.57
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 10.71 7 0 64% 6.86
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 10 7.71 6 1 60.0% 5.29
Julian Edelman NWE WR 10 7.71 9 0 90.0% 5.29
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 10 6.71 7 0 70.0% 4.43
Brian Quick LAR WR 9 4.57 4 0 44% 2.86
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 9 7.14 7 1 78% 4.57
Odell Beckham NYG WR 9 10.00 5 0 56% 5.71
Seth Roberts OAK WR 9 5.29 4 0 44% 2.71
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 9 6.43 6 0 67% 4.86
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 9 6.29 7 0 78% 4.43
A.J. Green CIN WR 8 10.00 8 1 100.0% 7.14
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 8 9.29 4 0 50.0% 5.71
Marqise Lee JAX WR 8 5.43 7 0 88% 4.14
Kenny Britt LAR WR 8 6.86 3 0 38% 4.71
Kenny Stills MIA WR 8 4.57 5 1 63% 2.29
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 8 9.29 5 0 63% 6.57
Victor Cruz NYG WR 8 5.86 5 0 63% 3.43
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 8 9.71 3 0 38% 4.29
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 8 7.00 5 0 63% 3.86
JJ Nelson ARI WR 7 1.86 3 0 43% 1.00
Michael Floyd ARI WR 7 6.14 5 0 71% 2.71
Marquise Goodwin BUF WR 7 4.57 4 1 57% 1.71
Allen Hurns JAX WR 7 6.43 4 0 57% 3.43
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 7 3.00 7 1 100.0% 2.57
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 7 6.86 5 0 71% 4.43
Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT WR 7 2.30 3 1 43% 0.00
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 7 4.86 4 0 57% 3.29
Kamar Aiken BAL WR 6 3.29 3 0 50.0% 1.86
Cobi Hamilton PIT WR 6 2.10 3 0 50.0% 0.00
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 6 4.43 3 0 50.0% 2.43
Russell Shepard TAM WR 6 1.43 5 1 83% 1.14
Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 6 6.43 4 0 67% 3.14
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 5 6.00 4 1 80.0% 3.86
Marvin Jones DET WR 5 7.43 4 0 80.0% 4.71
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 5 6.43 4 0 80.0% 3.86
Adam Thielen MIN WR 5 4.29 2 0 40.0% 3.14
Amari Cooper OAK WR 5 9.29 4 0 80.0% 5.71
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 5 7.00 4 0 80.0% 5.00
Justin Hunter BUF WR 4 4.00 2 0 50.0% 0.00
Josh Bellamy CHI WR 4 1.20 2 0 50.0% 0.00
Anquan Boldin DET WR 4 5.86 3 1 75.0% 4.57
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 4 6.86 2 1 50.0% 4.57
Josh Huff PHI WR 4 2.29 4 0 100.0% 1.71
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 4 3.86 3 0 75.0% 2.57
Chester Rogers IND WR 3 2.71 2 0 67% 1.57
Robby Anderson NYJ WR 3 2.71 3 0 100.0% 1.71
Antone Smith TAM WR 3 2.10 2 0 67% 0.00
Ifeanyi Momah ARI WR 2 0.80 2 0 100.0% 0.00
Brandon Tate BUF WR 2 2.30 2 0 100.0% 0.00
Arrelious Benn JAX WR 2 1.10 1 0 50.0% 0.00
Chris Conley KAN WR 2 4.14 2 0 100.0% 2.86
Chris Hogan NWE WR 2 3.29 2 0 100.0% 2.14
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 1 2.43 1 1 100.0% 2.00

2016 WR Targets Week 6

Brian Hoyer has been looking Cameron Meredith's way over the last few weeks. He had 15 targets this week, who has had a bigger role for Kevin White. While we were waiting to see some consistency, we might want to jump onboard rather quickly. Alshon Jeffery had 13 targets, after a lot of talk about not necessarily forcing him the ball. In a game where there were plenty of points, Kelvin Benjamin was enjoying garbage time in New Orleans. He had 14 targets. We also saw Brandin Cooks on the other side have nine. These two were the highest among wideouts in this game. Terrelle Pryor and Amari Cooper also had 13, and were uber-efficient. Green Bay had a very inefficient week at home against Dallas. DaVante Adams had a late injury, but I am not sure if that was the reason why Ty Montgomery saw 12 targets. Golden Tate, Mohamed Sanu, Allen Hurns, and Kendall Wright all had 9-12 targets — as I figured I would throw some odd names out there for were big factors in the offense. Guys who had down targets this week were Allen Robinson, Marvin Jones, and Doug Baldwin. Jones and Robinson had plus matchups, so it had a lot to do with other wide receivers getting looks over them this week.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 15 5.8 11 0 73% 4.3
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 15 9.5 9 0 60.0% 5.2
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 14 8.7 8 0 57% 4.8
Amari Cooper OAK WR 13 10.0 10 0 77% 6.0
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 13 7.3 7 0 54% 4.8
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 13 9.8 9 2 69% 5.5
Ty Montgomery GNB WR 12 2.0 10 0 83% 1.7
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 11 7.2 6 0 55% 4.7
Allen Hurns JAX WR 11 6.3 5 0 46% 3.3
Randall Cobb GNB WR 11 6.7 7 1 64% 4.7
Odell Beckham NYG WR 10 10.2 8 2 80.0% 5.8
Golden Tate DET WR 10 6.8 8 1 80.0% 4.2
A.J. Green CIN WR 10 10.3 6 0 60.0% 7.0
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 10 6.0 5 1 50.0% 3.5
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 10 7.3 5 0 50.0% 5.2
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 9 6.8 7 1 78% 4.2
Julio Jones ATL WR 9 8.3 7 1 78% 5.2
Kendall Wright TEN WR 9 2.2 8 1 89% 1.8
Mike Wallace BAL WR 9 7.8 4 0 44% 4.2
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 9 9.5 7 0 78% 6.8
Ricardo Louis CLE WR 9 3.8 5 0 56% 2.2
Anquan Boldin DET WR 9 6.2 8 1 89% 4.8
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 9 6.8 4 0 44% 3.7
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 9 9.3 6 0 67% 6.2
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 9 10.7 3 0 33% 6.3
Kenny Britt LAR WR 8 6.7 7 2 88% 5.0
Ted Ginn CAR WR 8 4.3 5 0 63% 2.3
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 8 4.8 3 0 38% 2.2
Antonio Brown PIT WR 8 10.7 4 0 50.0% 6.8
Torrey Smith SFO WR 7 5.0 3 1 43% 2.0
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 7 6.2 3 0 43% 3.7
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 7 7.8 5 0 71% 4.3
John Brown ARI WR 7 7.7 5 0 71% 4.0
Quinton Patton SFO WR 7 4.5 4 0 57% 2.7
Willie Snead NOR WR 7 4.2 4 0 57% 3.2
Jordan Norwood DEN WR 7 3.2 5 0 71% 2.0
Victor Cruz NYG WR 7 5.5 3 0 43% 3.2
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 6 10.0 3 0 50.0% 4.5
Kamar Aiken BAL WR 6 2.8 4 0 67% 1.7
Marqise Lee JAX WR 6 5.0 6 0 100.0% 3.7
Cole Beasley DAL WR 6 6.5 6 2 100.0% 5.5
Eddie Royal CHI WR 6 6.2 4 0 67% 4.8
Allen Robinson JAX WR 6 7.8 3 0 50.0% 4.0
Robert Woods BUF WR 6 6.2 5 1 83% 4.2
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 6 9.5 4 0 67% 6.0
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 5 4.7 4 0 80.0% 3.2
Michael Thomas NOR WR 5 6.0 5 1 100.0% 4.3
Terrance Williams DAL WR 5 4.0 4 0 80.0% 3.3
Brian Quick LAR WR 5 3.8 5 0 100.0% 2.7
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 5 7.3 3 0 60.0% 5.0
Jaron Brown ARI WR 5 3.7 4 0 80.0% 1.8
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 5 3.8 3 0 60.0% 2.5
Eli Rogers PIT WR 5 3.3 4 0 80.0% 2.2
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 5 6.0 4 0 80.0% 4.7
Chester Rogers IND WR 4 2.7 4 0 100.0% 1.5
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 4 5.8 3 1 75.0% 4.0
Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 4 4.0 3 0 75.0% 2.5
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 4 4.3 3 0 75.0% 2.7
Corey Brown CAR WR 4 4.7 2 0 50.0% 2.8
MarQueis Gray MIA WR 3 1.0 3 0 100.0% 1.0
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 3 4.5 3 1 100.0% 3.2
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 3 6.7 3 0 100.0% 3.8
Davante Adams GNB WR 3 4.5 2 0 67% 2.5
John Phillips DEN WR 3 1.0 3 0 100.0% 1.0
Cobi Hamilton PIT WR 2 1.0 2 1 100.0% 1.0
Jaelen Strong HOU WR 2 3.7 1 0 50.0% 2.0
Danny Amendola NWE WR 2 2.7 2 0 100.0% 2.2
Arrelious Benn JAX WR 1 1.0 1 1 100.0% 1.0
Chris Hogan NWE WR 1 3.5 1 0 100.0% 2.2

2016 WR Targets Week 5

Brandon Marshall led the week with 15 targets, which was sort of expected. No Eric Decker and a matchup against Pittsburgh created double digit targets yet again. Next line was Jeremy Kerley this week, with 13, Jorday Nelson also had the same number. Oddly enough, Kerley was the more efficient wideout. Amari Cooper had a monster week, and it would have been bigger if he could figure out how to stay inbounds. A few guys took advantage of injuries, like Cameron Merideth. Kevin White being out, he saw 12 targets this week. Eddie Royal also saw nine. Once again, Alshon Jeffery was the non-factor again, and you might be getting worried. The San Diego Chargers had Travis Benjamin leading the team in targets (11). Tyrell Williams finished with six. Dontrelle Inman only had three. When Miami's two best wideouts have a combined five targets. Now Ryan Tannehill didn't have much time to throw, but Landry and Parker were ghosts out there. Phillip Dorsett saw over 90% of the snaps, but saw just three targets. He will continue to be a boom-or-bust threat moving forward. For those keeping track of Dorial Green-Beckham, this is his third straight game with four targets.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 15 10.8 8 1 53% 4.8
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 13 9 8 1 62% 5.2
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 13 8 4 1 31% 4.2
Amari Cooper OAK WR 12 9.4 6 1 50.0% 5.2
Cameron Meredith CHI WR 12 4 9 1 75.0% 3
Mike Evans TAM WR 12 12.4 6 1 50.0% 6.4
Odell Beckham NYG WR 12 10.2 5 1 42% 5.4
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 11 11 10 1 91% 7
Sammie Coates PIT WR 11 6.2 6 2 55% 3.8
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 11 7.8 7 0 64% 5.6
Randall Cobb GNB WR 11 5.8 9 0 82% 4.2
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 11.2 9 1 82% 7.4
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 11 6.4 8 2 73% 4.2
Mike Wallace BAL WR 11 7.6 7 0 64% 4.2
Tavon Austin LAR WR 10 9 7 0 70.0% 4.6
Julian Edelman NWE WR 10 7.4 5 0 50.0% 4.8
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 9 10.2 7 0 78% 6.4
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 9 7.6 5 0 56% 4.2
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 9 8.4 5 1 56% 4.4
Eddie Royal CHI WR 9 6.2 7 0 78% 5
Jaelen Strong HOU WR 9 4 5 0 56% 2.2
Adam Thielen MIN WR 8 5 7 1 88% 4
Davante Adams GNB WR 8 4.8 5 1 63% 2.6
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 8 9.4 6 2 75.0% 6.2
A.J. Green CIN WR 8 10.4 4 0 50.0% 7.2
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 7 6.4 5 1 71% 4.4
Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 7 4 4 1 57% 2.4
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 7 7.8 4 0 57% 5.4
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 7 6.8 5 1 71% 5.2
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 7 8.8 3 1 43% 5.8
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 7 6.4 3 0 43% 3.6
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 7 4.4 2 0 29% 2.6
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 6 6.8 5 1 83% 4.2
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 6 6.2 5 0 83% 4.4
Kenny Britt LAR WR 6 6.4 5 0 83% 4.6
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 6 9.2 5 0 83% 4.8
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 6 5.2 3 0 50.0% 3.2
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 6 2.8 4 1 67% 2.2
Julio Jones ATL WR 6 8.2 2 0 33% 4.8
Chris Hogan NWE WR 5 4 4 0 80.0% 2.4
Terrance Williams DAL WR 5 3.8 5 0 100.0% 3.2
Golden Tate DET WR 5 6.2 3 0 60.0% 3.4
Marvin Jones DET WR 5 8.2 4 1 80.0% 5.4
Vincent Jackson TAM WR 5 6.4 3 0 60.0% 3
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 5 4.6 3 0 60.0% 3
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 4 6 4 0 100.0% 3.8
Cole Beasley DAL WR 4 6.6 4 1 100.0% 5.4
Brian Quick LAR WR 4 3.6 3 0 75.0% 2.2
Anquan Boldin DET WR 4 5.6 4 0 100.0% 4.2
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI WR 4 2.8 3 0 75.0% 2
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 4 4.8 4 1 100.0% 3.2
Jarius Wright MIN WR 4 0.8 4 0 100.0% 0.8
DeVante Parker MIA WR 3 5 2 0 67% 3
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 3 6.2 3 0 100.0% 4.2
Quan Bray IND WR 3 3 2 0 67% 2
Steve Smith BAL WR 3 7.8 3 0 100.0% 5.4
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 3 9.6 3 0 100.0% 6.8
Jerell Adams NYG WR 2 2 2 0 100.0% 2

2016 WR Targets Week 4

Holy Julio Jones! 300 yards and a score on 15 targets, as he finally broke out in 2016. However, Jones wasn't the leader in targets this week, it was John Brown for Arizona. He was heavily used with 16, and caught ten of them. He had the easier matchup of the wideouts, so this makes some sense, but I wouldn't bank on consistent targets for any Cardinals wideout, outside of Larry Fitzgerald. Emmanuel Sanders, Michael Crabtree, and AJ Green were some other heavy target receivers this week, who all had solid games yet again. The situation in San Diego continues to be all over the place, as Dontrelle Inman was the guy this week, with 11 targets. That was seventh in the rankings. Robert Woods had double digit targets with Sammy Watkins out. He is going to need to step up in his absence. With Dez Bryant out for the first week, Brice Butler saw the most targets in Dallas, with nine. Terrence Williams had six, and Cole Beasley had four. Before leaving with an injury, Kevin White had nine targets. It is pretty obvious that Brian Hoyer is looking his way more often than not. This is over 20 targets in the last two games, and White missed the fourth. With Eric Decker out, Quincy Enunwa had seven targets against a tough matchup. He should be around there or higher going forward.


Name Team Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
John Brown ARI 16 8.5 10 0 63% 4.5
Julio Jones ATL 15 8.75 12 1 80.0% 5.5
Emmanuel Sanders DEN 13 10.5 8 1 62% 6.25
Michael Crabtree OAK 12 9.25 7 3 58% 6.5
Brandon Marshall NYJ 12 9.75 4 1 33% 4
A.J. Green CIN 12 11 10 1 83% 8
Dontrelle Inman SDG 11 5.25 7 1 64% 3
Steve Smith BAL 11 9 8 1 73% 6
Mike Evans TAM 11 12.5 5 0 46% 6.5
Robert Woods BUF 10 6.25 7 0 70.0% 4.5
Mike Wallace BAL 10 7 4 0 40.0% 3.5
Allen Robinson JAX 10 10.25 5 1 50.0% 5.25
T.Y. Hilton IND 10 11 7 1 70.0% 6.25
Jarvis Landry MIA 10 11.25 7 0 70.0% 7.75
Brice Butler DAL 9 3.25 5 1 56% 1.5
Victor Cruz NYG 9 6 5 0 56% 4
Michael Thomas NOR 9 7.75 4 1 44% 5.25
Jeremy Kerley SFO 9 8 6 1 67% 4.5
Will Fuller HOU 9 8.5 7 1 78% 4.75
Kevin White CHI 9 9 6 0 67% 4.75
Odell Beckham NYG 9 9.75 3 0 33% 5.5
Terrelle Pryor CLE 9 10 5 1 56% 4.75
Albert Wilson KAN 8 4 5 0 63% 2.5
Sammie Coates PIT 8 5 6 0 75.0% 3.25
Anquan Boldin DET 8 6 6 0 75.0% 4.25
Tyrell Williams SDG 8 7 5 0 63% 4
Jeremy Maclin KAN 8 9.25 5 0 63% 5
Corey Brown CAR 7 5 5 1 71% 3.25
Eddie Royal CHI 7 5.5 7 1 100.0% 4.5
Chris Conley KAN 7 5.75 6 0 86% 3.75
Sterling Shepard NYG 7 6.5 4 0 57% 5
Demaryius Thomas DEN 7 6.75 6 1 86% 5.25
Travis Benjamin SDG 7 7 4 0 57% 5.25
Kelvin Benjamin CAR 7 7.25 3 1 43% 4
Michael Floyd ARI 7 7.75 3 1 43% 3
Quincy Enunwa NYJ 7 8 6 0 86% 5.75
Tajae Sharpe TEN 7 8 2 0 29% 4
Stefon Diggs MIN 7 8.5 5 0 71% 6.25
Marvin Jones DET 7 9 5 0 71% 5.75
Larry Fitzgerald ARI 7 9.75 5 0 71% 6.25
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN 6 2 5 0 83% 1.75
Robby Anderson NYJ 6 2 2 0 33% 1
Jaelen Strong HOU 6 2.75 5 0 83% 1.5
Brian Quick LAR 6 3.5 2 2 33% 2
Terrance Williams DAL 6 3.5 4 1 67% 2.75
Brandon LaFell CIN 6 5.25 4 0 67% 3.25
Marqise Lee JAX 6 6 4 0 67% 4
Brandin Cooks NOR 6 8 3 0 50.0% 4.5
Amari Cooper OAK 6 8.75 5 0 83% 5
Tavon Austin LAR 6 8.75 2 0 33% 4
Ricardo Louis CLE 5 2.25 3 0 60.0% 1.5
Walt Powell BUF 5 2.5 4 0 80.0% 1.75
Marquise Goodwin BUF 5 3.75 1 0 20.0% 1
Jaron Brown ARI 5 3.75 1 0 20.0% 1.75
Andre Johnson TEN 5 4 3 0 60.0% 1.75
Breshad Perriman BAL 5 4 3 0 60.0% 2
Ted Ginn CAR 5 4.25 2 0 40.0% 2
Alshon Jeffery CHI 5 6.25 3 0 60.0% 4.25
Pierre Garcon WAS 5 6.25 4 0 80.0% 4.25
Vincent Jackson TAM 5 6.75 3 0 60.0% 3
Antonio Brown PIT 5 11.25 4 2 80.0% 7
Kamar Aiken BAL 4 2 3 0 75.0% 1.5
Chris Moore BAL 4 2.25 1 0 25.0% 1
Charles Johnson MIN 4 3.5 2 0 50.0% 1.25
Kenny Britt LAR 4 6.5 4 0 100.0% 4.5
Allen Hurns JAX 4 6.75 2 1 50.0% 3.75
Julian Edelman NWE 4 6.75 1 0 25.0% 4.75
Cole Beasley DAL 4 7.25 3 0 75.0% 5.75
Doug Baldwin SEA 4 7.75 4 0 100.0% 6
Kendall Wright TEN 3 0.75 2 0 67% 0.5
Chester Rogers IND 3 1.5 2 0 67% 0.5
Taylor Gabriel ATL 3 2 3 0 100.0% 1.75
Aldrick Robinson ATL 3 2.25 2 1 67% 1.5
Devin Funchess CAR 3 3.25 2 0 67% 1.25
Andrew Hawkins CLE 3 3.25 3 0 100.0% 2
Brandon Coleman NOR 3 3.75 2 0 67% 2.75
Tyler Lockett SEA 3 3.75 1 0 33% 2
Adam Thielen MIN 3 4.25 2 0 67% 3.25
Phillip Dorsett IND 3 4.5 1 1 33% 2.25
Jermaine Kearse SEA 3 4.5 3 0 100.0% 3
Quinton Patton SFO 3 4.5 1 0 33% 2.5
Tyler Boyd CIN 3 4.5 1 0 33% 3
Seth Roberts OAK 3 4.75 3 1 100.0% 2.5
Kenny Stills MIA 3 5 1 1 33% 2.25
Mohamed Sanu ATL 3 5 2 0 67% 3.25
DeVante Parker MIA 3 5.5 2 0 67% 3.25
Jamison Crowder WAS 3 7 2 0 67% 4.5
Charone Peake NYJ 3 3 3 0 100.0% 3
Aaron Burbridge SFO 2 0.75 1 0 50.0% 0.25
Jordan Norwood DEN 2 2.25 2 0 100.0% 1.25
Rishard Matthews TEN 2 5 2 0 100.0% 3
DeSean Jackson WAS 2 6.25 1 0 50.0% 3.75
JJ Nelson ARI 1 0.75 1 0 100.0% 0.5
Keith Smith DAL 1 0.75 1 0 100.0% 0.5
Andre Roberts DET 1 0.75 1 0 100.0% 0.5
Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT 1 1 1 1 100.0% 0.5
Markus Wheaton PIT 1 1.5 1 1 100.0% 0.5
Tommylee Lewis NOR 1 1.5 1 0 100.0% 1.25
Rashad Greene JAX 1 1.5 1 0 100.0% 0.75
Paul Richardson SEA 1 2.25 1 0 100.0% 1.25
Willie Snead NOR 1 4.5 1 0 100.0% 3.75
Tanner McEvoy SEA 1 1 1 1 100.0% 1
Malcolm Johnson CLE 1 1 1 0 100.0% 1
Neal Sterling JAX 1 1 1 0 100.0% 1
MyCole Pruitt MIN 1 1 1 0 100.0% 1
Jay Prosch HOU 1 1 1 0 100.0% 1
Jerome Felton BUF 1 1 1 0 100.0% 1

2016 WR Targets Week 3

First thing under Brian Hoyer that I saw was he targeted Kevin White 14 times. I doubt this continues, but we might see things even out between him and Alshon Jeffery, who saw just seven targets. Jeffery was been blanketed the last few weeks, as expected. Mike Evans had another monster week. Can you guess who was behind him on Tampa? Adam Humphries had 12 targets. A bit odd, but when Tampa is throwing this many times, you can expect that. The San Diego situation had Tyrell Williams leading the way, who is more of a possession wide receiver than Travis Benjamin. Williams had nine targets to Benjamin's seven. John Brown finally got involved for the Cardinals this season, after dealing with some concussion issues, and well just being the third option. Brown had 11 targets, which was second to Larry Fitzgerald on the team. A few very low numbers from Week 3 go to Phillip Dorsett with just four targets, which was a bit odd with Donte Moncrief out. Jordan Matthews and Randall Cobb both had three targets, and then probably the biggest surprise was Kelvin Benjamin. He had just one target. Benjamin came in as the target leader in Carolina, and their clear number one. This is likely just a fluke.


Name Team Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec TD Catch% Receptions/
Game
Antonio Brown PIT 18 13.33 12 0 67% 8
Terrelle Pryor CLE 14 10.33 8 0 57% 4.7
Kevin White CHI 14 9 6 0 43% 4.3
Mike Evans TAM 13 12.67 10 1 77% 7
Emmanuel Sanders DEN 13 9.67 9 2 69% 5.7
Jarvis Landry MIA 12 11.67 7 1 58% 8
Adam Humphries TAM 12 8.33 9 0 75.00% 6
Larry Fitzgerald ARI 12 10.67 7 0 58% 6.7
T.Y. Hilton IND 11 11.33 8 1 73% 6
Odell Beckham NYG 11 10 7 0 64% 6.3
Michael Crabtree OAK 11 8.33 8 0 73% 6.3
Steve Smith BAL 11 8.33 8 0 73% 5.3
A.J. Green CIN 11 10.67 8 0 73% 7.3
Michael Thomas NOR 11 7.33 7 1 64% 5.7
John Brown ARI 11 6 6 0 55% 2.7
Michael Floyd ARI 11 8 4 0 36% 3
Allen Robinson JAX 11 10.33 7 2 64% 5.3
Quincy Enunwa NYJ 11 8.33 4 0 36% 5.7
Doug Baldwin SEA 10 9 8 1 80.00% 6.7
Brandon Marshall NYJ 10 9 3 0 30.00% 4
Tyrell Williams SDG 9 6.67 6 0 67% 3.7
Amari Cooper OAK 9 9.67 4 0 44% 5
Marvin Jones DET 8 9.67 6 2 75.00% 6
DeSean Jackson WAS 8 7.67 5 1 63% 4.7
Tavon Austin LAR 8 9.67 5 1 63% 4.7
Brandon Coleman NOR 8 4 7 0 88% 3
Kenny Stills MIA 8 5.67 5 0 63% 2.7
DeAndre Hopkins HOU 8 9 4 0 50.00% 5.3
Robert Woods BUF 8 5 6 0 75.00% 3.7
Allen Hurns JAX 8 7.67 4 0 50.00% 4.3
Rishard Matthews TEN 8 6 3 0 38% 3.3
Brandin Cooks NOR 8 8.67 2 0 25.00% 5
Jordy Nelson GNB 7 9 6 2 86% 5.7
Demaryius Thomas DEN 7 6.67 6 1 86% 5
Travis Benjamin SDG 7 7 4 0 57% 5.7
Jamison Crowder WAS 7 8.33 4 1 57% 5.3
Cole Beasley DAL 7 8.33 7 0 100.00% 6.7
Sterling Shepard NYG 7 6.33 5 1 71% 5.3
Alshon Jeffery CHI 7 6.67 5 0 71% 4.7
Ted Ginn CAR 7 4 3 0 43% 2
Pierre Garcon WAS 7 6.67 5 0 71% 4.3
Tajae Sharpe TEN 7 8.33 3 0 43% 4.7
Marqise Lee JAX 7 6 5 0 71% 4
Stefon Diggs MIN 7 9 4 0 57% 6.7
Jeremy Maclin KAN 7 9.67 4 0 57% 5
Will Fuller HOU 7 8.33 3 0 43% 4
Julio Jones ATL 7 6.67 1 0 14% 3.3
DeVante Parker MIA 6 6.33 3 1 50.00% 5.5
Jaron Brown ARI 6 3.33 3 0 50.00% 2
Dez Bryant DAL 6 7.67 3 1 50.00% 3.7
Golden Tate DET 6 7.33 4 0 67% 4.3
Kenny Britt LAR 6 7.33 4 0 67% 4.7
Julian Edelman NWE 6 7.67 4 0 67% 6
Vincent Jackson TAM 6 7.33 3 0 50.00% 3
Mike Wallace BAL 6 6 3 0 50.00% 3.3
Eric Decker NYJ 6 7 1 0 17% 3
Seth Roberts OAK 6 5.33 2 1 33% 2.3
Jeremy Kerley SFO 6 7.67 2 0 33% 4
Anquan Boldin DET 6 5.33 4 1 67% 3.7
Corey Brown CAR 5 4.33 4 0 80.00% 2.7
Chris Conley KAN 5 5.33 3 0 60.00% 3
Eli Rogers PIT 5 5 2 0 40.00% 3
Walt Powell BUF 5 1.67 3 0 60.00% 1.5
Josh Huff PHI 5 3 4 0 80.00% 1.7
Terrance Williams DAL 4 2.67 4 0 100.00% 2.3
Sammie Coates PIT 4 4 3 0 75.00% 2.3
Tommylee Lewis NOR 4 1.67 3 0 75.00% 2
Torrey Smith SFO 4 6.67 3 0 75.00% 2.7
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI 4 3.33 3 0 75.00% 2.3
Dontrelle Inman SDG 4 3.33 3 0 75.00% 1.7
Mohamed Sanu ATL 4 5.67 3 0 75.00% 3.7
Adam Thielen MIN 4 4.67 3 0 75.00% 3.7
Phillip Dorsett IND 4 5 3 0 75.00% 2.7
Tyreek Hill KAN 4 2.33 3 0 75.00% 2
Breshad Perriman BAL 4 3.67 2 0 50.00% 1.7
Harry Douglas TEN 4 3 2 0 50.00% 1.3
Jalin Marshall NYJ 4 2.67 2 0 50.00% 1.7
Tyler Boyd CIN 4 5 3 0 75.00% 3.7
Jaelen Strong HOU 4 1.67 1 0 25.00% 0.3
Andrew Hawkins CLE 4 3.33 2 0 50.00% 1.7
Victor Cruz NYG 3 5 3 0 100.00% 3.7
Brandon LaFell CIN 3 5 2 0 67% 3
Randall Cobb GNB 3 6 1 0 33% 4
Taylor Gabriel ATL 3 1.67 2 0 67% 2
Cameron Meredith CHI 3 1 2 0 67% 2
Nelson Agholor PHI 3 5 3 0 100.00% 3.7
Eddie Royal CHI 3 5 3 0 100.00% 3.7
Jordan Matthews PHI 3 8.67 2 1 67% 5
Brian Quick LAR 2 2.67 2 1 100.00% 2
Robby Anderson NYJ 2 0.67 2 0 100.00% 0.7
Malcolm Mitchell NWE 2 3 1 0 50.00% 1.3
Justin Hardy ATL 2 2.33 2 1 100.00% 1.3
Davante Adams GNB 2 5.33 2 1 100.00% 2.7
Danny Amendola NWE 2 3.33 2 0 100.00% 3
Bradley Marquez LAR 2 0.67 1 0 50.00% 0.3
Jermaine Kearse SEA 2 5 2 0 100.00% 3
Rod Streater SFO 1 1 1 0 100.00% 0.7
Bennie Fowler DEN 1 1 1 0 100.00% 1
Cody Latimer DEN 1 1 1 0 100.00% 1
James Wright CIN 1 1 1 0 100.00% 1

2016 WR Targets Week 2

Mike Evans had 18 targets in Week 2, yes 18. He only caught six of them though, but managed to get 70 yards and a touchdown. He had a tough matchup with Patrick Peterson, so this is understandable. But, if Evans keeps getting mass targets, which he should, he will continue to thrive. With a matchup against Cleveland in Week 3 — DeVante Parker and Jarvis Landry having 13 targets a piece is great potential for stacking. Both finished with over 100 yards. It took a week, but Dak Prescott finally found out he has Dez Bryant on his team. He doubled targets from Week 1, finishing with 12. Even in a tough matchup, T.Y. Hilton leads the league in targets, and had 11 in Week 2. There were certainly disappointing target numbers for wideouts in Week 2. AJ Green had eight targets against a Pittsburgh secondary that has some question marks. However, Green is the only elite threat they have, and should be force fed moving forward. Alshon Jeffery was another one, finishing the week with just seven targets. This might have to do with the lack of options around him, allowing teams to blanket him. Keep an eye on that moving forward.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec Catch% TD Receptions/
Game
Mike Evans TAM WR 17 12 6 35% 1 5.5
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 15 11 6 40.0% 0 5.5
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 13 11.5 10 77% 0 8.5
DeVante Parker MIA WR 13 6.5 8 62% 0 8
Dez Bryant DAL WR 12 8.5 7 58% 0 4
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 11 10.5 6 55% 1 7
Marvin Jones DET WR 11 10.5 8 73% 0 6
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 11 10 5 46% 1 5.5
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 11 9.5 7 64% 1 6
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 11 11.5 4 36% 0 5
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 11 10 9 82% 1 8
Julian Edelman NWE WR 11 9 7 64% 0 7
Odell Beckham NYG WR 11 9.5 8 73% 0 6
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 11 4 36% 0 6
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 10 8.5 3 30.0% 0 3
Allen Hurns JAX WR 10 7.5 5 50.0% 0 4.5
Kenny Britt LAR WR 10 8 6 60.0% 0 5
Torrey Smith SFO WR 10 8 3 30.0% 1 2.5
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 9 10.5 7 78% 2 6.5
Golden Tate DET WR 9 8 2 22% 0 4.5
Tavon Austin LAR WR 9 10.5 5 56% 0 4.5
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 9 9 7 78% 0 6.5
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 9 8.5 6 67% 0 4.5
Amari Cooper OAK WR 9 10 5 56% 0 5.5
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 9 11.5 6 67% 0 6.5
Vincent Jackson TAM WR 9 8 4 44% 0 3
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 8 5.5 6 75.0% 0 4
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 8 6 3 38% 0 3.5
A.J. Green CIN WR 8 10.5 2 25.0% 0 7
Corey Coleman CLE WR 8 6.5 5 63% 2 3.5
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 8 8 3 38% 0 4
Willie Snead NOR WR 8 8.5 5 63% 1 7
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 8 6 8 100.0% 0 5.5
Victor Cruz NYG WR 8 6 4 50.0% 0 4
Eric Decker NYJ WR 8 7.5 6 75.0% 1 4
Adam Humphries TAM WR 8 6.5 6 75.0% 0 4.5
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 8 9 6 75.0% 1 6
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 7 6.5 5 71% 0 4.5
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 7 6.5 5 71% 0 4.5
Anquan Boldin DET WR 7 5 4 57% 1 3.5
Randall Cobb GNB WR 7 7.5 5 71% 0 5.5
Davante Adams GNB WR 7 7 3 43% 0 3
Will Fuller HOU WR 7 9 4 57% 0 4.5
Marqise Lee JAX WR 7 5.5 5 71% 0 3.5
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 7 6 4 57% 0 4
Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 7 9 4 57% 0 5.5
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 7 6.5 2 29% 0 4
Michael Floyd ARI WR 6 6.5 2 33% 1 2.5
Steve Smith BAL WR 6 7 3 50.0% 0 4
Mike Wallace BAL WR 6 6 4 67% 2 3.5
Corey Brown CAR WR 6 4 3 50.0% 0 2
Eddie Royal CHI WR 6 6 4 67% 0 4
Kevin White CHI WR 6 6.5 4 67% 0 3.5
Cole Beasley DAL WR 6 9 5 83% 0 6.5
Chris Hogan NWE WR 6 5 4 67% 0 3.5
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 6 7 6 100.0% 0 6.5
Seth Roberts OAK WR 6 5 3 50.0% 0 2.5
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 6 7 6 100.0% 2 6.5
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 6 5.5 3 50.0% 1 2.5
Paul Richardson SEA WR 6 4 3 50.0% 0 2
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 6 8.5 3 50.0% 0 6
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 6 6.5 2 33% 0 3.5
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 6 8.5 3 50.0% 0 5
Quinton Patton SFO WR 6 5.5 3 50.0% 0 4
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 6 5 4 67% 0 3.5
Julio Jones ATL WR 5 6.5 5 100.0% 1 4.5
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 5 6.5 3 60.0% 0 4
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 5 3.5 2 40.0% 0 1.5
Marquise Goodwin BUF WR 5 2.5 2 40.0% 1 1
Greg Salas BUF WR 5 3 4 80.0% 1 2
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 5 5.5 2 40.0% 0 3
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 5 5.5 1 20.0% 0 2.5
Allen Robinson JAX WR 5 10 3 60.0% 0 4.5
Adam Thielen MIN WR 5 5 4 80.0% 0 4
Michael Thomas NOR WR 5 5.5 4 80.0% 0 5
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 5 7 4 80.0% 1 5.5
Sammie Coates PIT WR 5 4 2 40.0% 0 2
Josh Doctson WAS WR 5 3 1 20.0% 0 1
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 5 7.5 3 60.0% 0 4.5
Ted Ginn CAR WR 4 2.5 2 50.0% 0 1.5
Devin Funchess CAR WR 4 4 2 50.0% 1 1.5
Jordan Norwood DEN WR 4 2.5 3 75.0% 0 1.5
Chris Conley KAN WR 4 5.5 2 50.0% 0 3
Kenny Stills MIA WR 4 4.5 2 50.0% 1 1.5
Brandon Coleman NOR WR 4 2 2 50.0% 0 1
Danny Amendola NWE WR 4 4 4 100.0% 2 3.5
Jalin Marshall NYJ WR 4 2 3 75.0% 0 1.5
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI WR 4 3 2 50.00% 0 2
Xavier Grimble PIT WR 4 2 2 50.0% 1 1
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 4 6 4 100.0% 0 3.5
John Brown ARI WR 3 3.5 1 33% 0 1
Aldrick Robinson ATL WR 3 1.5 2 67% 0 1
Justin Hardy ATL WR 3 2.5 1 33% 1 1
Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 3 3 3 100.0% 0 1.5
Stephen Anderson HOU WR 3 3 2 67% 0 2.5
Donte Moncrief IND WR 3 5 1 33% 0 3.5
Albert Wilson KAN WR 3 4 2 67% 0 2.5
Eli Rogers PIT WR 3 5 1 33% 0 3.5
Jaron Brown ARI WR 2 2 2 100.0% 1 1.5
Chris Moore BAL WR 2 2 1 50.0% 0 1
Robert Woods BUF WR 2 3.5 1 50.0% 0 2.5
Cody Latimer DEN WR 2 1 2 100.0% 0 1
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 2 1.5 2 100.0% 0 1.5
Charles Johnson MIN WR 2 4 2 100.0% 0 1.5
Malcolm Mitchell NWE WR 2 3.5 1 50.0% 0 1.5
Rod Streater SFO WR 2 1 1 50.0% 0 1
Russell Shepard TAM WR 2 1 2 100.0% 0 1
Cecil Shorts TAM WR 2 1 1 50.0% 0 1
Josh Huff PHI WR 1 2 1 100.00% 0 0.5

2016 WR Targets Week 1

Allen Robinson is your week 1 target leader, and if he gets peppered with targets like this, it will be another epic year from him. Although he caught just six of them, expect better efficiency going forward. Carson Wentz begun his NFL career, and actually did quite well. Jordan Matthews was his go-to target, throwing to him 14 times. There was a lot of Tajae Sharpe talk before week 1, and he received 11 targets from his second-year quarterback. He saw WR1 targets, and might continue to be that go-to guy. Dez Bryant's five target game had to be the most disappointing in terms of wide receivers. It was a lot of check down passes to Cole Beasley and Jason Witten.


Name Team Pos Total
Targets
Avg Targets/
Game
Rec Catch% TD Receptions/
Game
Allen Robinson JAX WR 15 15 6 40% 0 6
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 14 14 7 50% 1 7
A.J. Green CIN WR 13 13 12 92% 1 12
Cole Beasley DAL WR 12 12 8 67% 0 8
Kelvin Benjamin CAR WR 12 12 6 50% 1 6
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 12 12 6 50% 0 6
Tavon Austin LAR WR 12 12 4 33% 0 4
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 11 11 9 82% 1 9
Antonio Brown PIT WR 11 11 8 73% 2 8
Jeremy Kerley SFO WR 11 11 7 64% 0 7
Tajae Sharpe TEN WR 11 11 7 64% 0 7
Amari Cooper OAK WR 11 11 6 55% 0 6
Will Fuller HOU WR 11 11 5 46% 1 5
Larry Fitzgerald ARI WR 10 10 8 80% 2 8
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 10 10 7 70% 0 7
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 10 10 6 60% 0 6
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 10 10 6 60% 0 6
Marvin Jones DET WR 10 10 4 40% 0 4
Willie Snead NOR WR 9 9 9 100% 1 9
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 9 9 7 78% 0 7
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 9 9 7 78% 0 7
Brandin Cooks NOR WR 9 9 6 67% 2 6
Jordy Nelson GNB WR 9 9 6 67% 1 6
Steve Smith BAL WR 9 9 5 56% 0 5
Travis Benjamin SDG WR 8 8 7 88% 0 7
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 8 8 7 88% 1 7
Randall Cobb GNB WR 8 8 6 75% 0 6
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 8 8 5 63% 1 5
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 8 8 5 63% 0 5
Mohamed Sanu ATL WR 8 8 5 63% 1 5
Odell Beckham NYG WR 8 8 4 50% 0 4
Julio Jones ATL WR 8 8 4 50% 1 4
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 8 8 3 38% 0 3
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 8 8 3 38% 0 3
Julian Edelman NWE WR 7 7 7 100% 0 7
Golden Tate DET WR 7 7 7 100% 0 7
Keenan Allen SDG WR 7 7 6 86% 0 6
Donte Moncrief IND WR 7 7 6 86% 1 6
Eli Rogers PIT WR 7 7 6 86% 1 6
Mike Evans TAM WR 7 7 5 71% 1 5
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 7 7 5 71% 0 5
Jeremy Maclin KAN WR 7 7 5 71% 1 5
Chris Conley KAN WR 7 7 4 57% 0 4
Davante Adams GNB WR 7 7 3 43% 1 3
Michael Floyd ARI WR 7 7 3 43% 0 3
Andre Johnson TEN WR 7 7 3 43% 0 3
Terrelle Pryor CLE WR 7 7 3 43% 0 3
Kevin White CHI WR 7 7 3 43% 0 3
Eric Decker NYJ WR 7 7 2 29% 1 2
Vincent Jackson TAM WR 7 7 2 29% 0 2
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 6 6 6 100% 0 6
Michael Thomas NOR WR 6 6 6 100% 0 6
Kenny Britt LAR WR 6 6 4 67% 0 4
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 6 6 4 67% 0 4
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 6 6 4 67% 0 4
Eddie Royal CHI WR 6 6 4 67% 1 4
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 6 6 4 67% 0 4
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 6 6 4 67% 0 4
Mike Wallace BAL WR 6 6 3 50% 1 3
Torrey Smith SFO WR 6 6 2 33% 0 2
Charles Johnson MIN WR 6 6 1 17% 0 1
Quinton Patton SFO WR 5 5 5 100% 0 5
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 5 5 4 80% 1 4
Allen Hurns JAX WR 5 5 4 80% 0 4
Adam Thielen MIN WR 5 5 4 80% 0 4
Robert Woods BUF WR 5 5 4 80% 0 4
Adam Humphries TAM WR 5 5 3 60% 0 3
Brian Quick LAR WR 5 5 3 60% 0 3
Albert Wilson KAN WR 5 5 3 60% 0 3
Corey Coleman CLE WR 5 5 2 40% 0 2
Harry Douglas TEN WR 5 5 2 40% 0 2
Malcolm Mitchell NWE WR 5 5 2 40% 0 2
Tyrell Williams SDG WR 5 5 2 40% 0 2
Dez Bryant DAL WR 5 5 1 20% 0 1
Kenny Stills MIA WR 5 5 1 20% 0 1
Victor Cruz NYG WR 4 4 4 100% 1 4
Brandon LaFell CIN WR 4 4 4 100% 0 4
Danny Amendola NWE WR 4 4 3 75% 0 3
Chris Hogan NWE WR 4 4 3 75% 1 3
Rishard Matthews TEN WR 4 4 3 75% 0 3
Sterling Shepard NYG WR 4 4 3 75% 1 3
Terrance Williams DAL WR 4 4 3 75% 0 3
Marqise Lee JAX WR 4 4 2 50% 0 2
Seth Roberts OAK WR 4 4 2 50% 1 2
John Brown ARI WR 4 4 1 25% 0 1
Devin Funchess CAR WR 4 4 1 25% 0 1
Stephen Anderson HOU WR 3 3 3 100% 0 3
Anquan Boldin DET WR 3 3 3 100% 0 3
Tyler Boyd CIN WR 3 3 2 67% 0 2
Sammie Coates PIT WR 3 3 2 67% 0 2
Demetrius Harris KAN WR 3 3 2 67% 0 2
Dontrelle Inman SDG WR 3 3 1 33% 0 1
Braxton Miller HOU WR 3 3 1 33% 0 1
Kamar Aiken BAL WR 2 2 2 100% 0 2
Leonte Carroo MIA WR 2 2 2 100% 0 2
Dorial Green-Beckham PHI WR 2 2 2 100% 0 2
Taiwan Jones OAK WR 2 2 2 100% 0 2
Jalen Richard OAK WR 2 2 2 100% 0 2
Corey Brown CAR WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Jaron Brown ARI WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Brice Butler DAL WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Rashad Greene JAX WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Justin Hardy ATL WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Chris Moore BAL WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
JJ Nelson ARI WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Breshad Perriman BAL WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Paul Richardson SEA WR 2 2 1 50% 0 1
Jared Abbrederis GNB WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Kapri Bibbs DEN WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Malcolm Brown LAR WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Josh Doctson WAS WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Ted Ginn CAR WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Jimmy Graham SEA WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Tyreek Hill KAN WR 1 1 1 100% 1 1
Cordarrelle Patterson MIN WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
Andre Roberts DET WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1
James Wright CIN WR 1 1 1 100% 0 1

2015 WR Targets

Name Team Pos Total Games Avg Targets/
Game
Receptions Receptions
/Game
Catch % TD
Julio Jones ATL WR 203 16 12.7 136 8.50 67% 8
Antonio Brown PIT WR 193 16 12.1 136 8.50 71% 10
DeAndre Hopkins HOU WR 192 16 12.0 111 6.94 58% 11
Demaryius Thomas DEN WR 177 16 11.1 105 6.56 59% 6
Brandon Marshall NYJ WR 173 16 10.8 109 6.81 63% 14
Jarvis Landry MIA WR 166 16 10.4 110 6.88 66% 4
Odell Beckham NYG WR 158 15 10.5 96 6.40 61% 13
Allen Robinson JAX WR 151 16 9.4 80 5.00 53% 14
Calvin Johnson DET WR 149 16 9.3 88 5.50 59% 9
Mike Evans TB WR 148 15 9.9 74 4.93 50% 3
Michael Crabtree OAK WR 146 16 9.1 85 5.31 58% 9
Larry Fitzgerald AZ WR 145 16 9.1 109 6.81 75% 9
Emmanuel Sanders DEN WR 136 15 9.1 76 5.07 56% 6
T.Y. Hilton IND WR 134 16 8.4 69 4.31 52% 5
A.J. Green CIN WR 132 16 8.3 86 5.38 65% 10
Eric Decker NYJ WR 132 15 8.8 80 5.33 61% 12
Amari Cooper OAK WR 130 16 8.1 72 4.50 55% 6
Brandin Cooks NO WR 129 16 8.1 84 5.25 65% 9
Randall Cobb GB WR 129 16 8.1 79 4.94 61% 6
Golden Tate DET WR 128 16 8.0 90 5.63 70% 6
Kamar Aiken BAL WR 127 16 7.9 75 4.69 59% 5
Jordan Matthews PHI WR 126 16 7.9 85 5.31 68% 8
Travis Benjamin CLE WR 125 16 7.8 68 4.25 54% 5
Jeremy Maclin KC WR 124 15 8.3 87 5.80 70% 8
Pierre Garcon WAS WR 111 16 6.9 72 4.50 65% 6
Anquan Boldin SF WR 111 14 7.9 69 4.93 62% 4
Allen Hurns JAX WR 105 15 7.0 64 4.27 61% 10
Donte Moncrief IND WR 105 16 6.6 64 4.00 61% 6
Marvin Jones CIN WR 103 16 6.4 65 4.06 63% 4
Doug Baldwin SEA WR 103 16 6.4 78 4.88 76% 14
Willie Snead NO WR 101 15 6.7 69 4.60 68% 3
John Brown ARI WR 101 15 6.7 65 4.33 64% 7
James Jones GB WR 99 16 6.2 50 3.13 51% 8
Ted Ginn CAR WR 97 15 6.5 44 2.93 45% 10
Sammy Watkins BUF WR 96 13 7.4 60 4.62 63% 9
Alshon Jeffery CHI WR 94 9 10.4 54 6.00 57% 4
Davante Adams GB WR 94 13 7.2 50 3.85 53% 1
Nate Washington HOU WR 94 14 6.7 47 3.36 50% 4
Terrance Williams DAL WR 93 16 5.8 52 3.25 56% 3
Martavis Bryant PIT WR 92 11 8.4 50 4.55 54% 6
Rueben Randle NYG WR 90 16 5.6 57 3.56 63% 8
Keenan Allen SD WR 89 8 11.1 67 8.38 75% 4
Michael Floyd ARI WR 89 15 5.9 52 3.47 58% 6
Julian Edelman NE WR 88 9 9.8 61 6.78 69% 7
Danny Amendola NE WR 87 14 6.2 65 4.64 75% 3
Tavon Austin STL WR 87 16 5.4 52 3.25 60% 5
Stefon Diggs MIN WR 84 13 6.5 52 4.00 62% 4
Robert Woods BUF WR 80 14 5.7 47 3.36 59% 3
Markus Wheaton PIT WR 79 16 4.9 44 2.75 56% 5
Jamison Crowder WAS WR 78 16 4.9 59 3.69 76% 2
Brian Hartline CLE WR 77 12 6.4 46 3.83 60% 2
Andre Johnson IND WR 77 16 4.8 41 2.56 53% 4
Cole Beasley DAL WR 75 16 4.7 52 3.25 69% 5
Cecil Shorts HOU WR 75 11 6.8 42 3.82 56% 2
Brandon LaFell NE WR 74 11 6.7 37 3.36 50% 0
Steve Smith BAL WR 73 7 10.4 46 6.57 63% 3
Mike Wallace MIN WR 72 16 4.5 39 2.44 54% 2
Kenny Britt STL WR 72 16 4.5 36 2.25 50% 3
Harry Douglas TEN WR 72 14 5.1 36 2.57 50% 2
Dez Bryant DAL WR 72 9 8.0 31 3.44 43% 3
Roddy White ATL WR 70 16 4.4 43 2.69 61% 1
Tyler Lockett SEA WR 69 16 4.3 51 3.19 74% 6
Jermaine Kearse SEA WR 68 16 4.3 49 3.06 72% 5
Malcom Floyd SD WR 68 15 4.5 30 2.00 44% 3
Marques Colston NO WR 67 13 5.2 45 3.46 67% 4
Dorial Green-Beckham TEN WR 67 16 4.2 32 2.00 48% 4
Steve Johnson SD WR 65 10 6.5 45 4.50 69% 3
Dontrelle Inman SD WR 63 14 4.5 35 2.50 56% 3
Devin Funchess CAR WR 63 16 3.9 31 1.94 49% 5
Kenny Stills MIA WR 63 16 3.9 27 1.69 43% 3
Vincent Jackson TB WR 62 10 6.2 33 3.30 53% 3
Rishard Matthews MIA WR 61 11 5.5 43 3.91 71% 4
Kendall Wright TEN WR 60 10 6.0 36 3.60 60% 3
Chris Hogan BUF WR 59 16 3.7 36 2.25 61% 2
Vernon Davis WAS WR 58 15 3.9 38 2.53 66% 0
Dwayne Harris NYG WR 57 15 3.8 36 2.40 63% 4
Albert Wilson KC WR 57 14 4.1 35 2.50 61% 2
Quinton Patton SF WR 57 16 3.6 30 1.88 53% 1
Seth Roberts OAK WR 55 16 3.4 32 2.00 58% 5
Jerricho Cotchery CAR WR 54 14 3.9 39 2.79 72% 3
Corey Brown CAR WR 54 14 3.9 31 2.21 57% 4
Chris Givens BAL WR 54 15 3.6 20 1.33 37% 1
Marquess Wilson CHI WR 51 11 4.6 28 2.55 55% 1
Eddie Royal CHI WR 50 9 5.6 37 4.11 74% 1
Jarius Wright MIN WR 50 16 3.1 34 2.13 68% 0
DeVante Parker MIA WR 50 15 3.3 26 1.73 52% 3
Mohamed Sanu CIN WR 49 16 3.1 33 2.06 67% 0
Brandon Coleman NO WR 49 16 3.1 30 1.88 61% 2
DeSean Jackson WAS WR 49 10 4.9 30 3.00 61% 4
Chris Thompson WAS WR 48 13 3.7 35 2.69 73% 2
Taylor Gabriel CLE WR 48 13 3.7 28 2.15 58% 0
Leonard Hankerson BUF WR 46 10 4.6 26 2.60 57% 3
Quincy Enunwa NYJ WR 46 12 3.8 22 1.83 48% 0
Bryan Walters JAX WR 45 11 4.1 32 2.91 71% 1
Jeremy Butler BAL WR 44 8 5.5 31 3.88 71% 0
Nelson Agholor PHI WR 44 13 3.4 23 1.77 52% 1
Lance Moore DET WR 43 14 3.1 29 2.07 67% 4
Andrew Hawkins CLE WR 43 8 5.4 27 3.38 63% 0
Josh Huff PHI WR 42 15 2.8 27 1.80 64% 3
Ryan Grant WAS WR 42 16 2.6 23 1.44 55% 2
Riley Cooper PHI WR 41 16 2.6 21 1.31 51% 2
Adam Humphries TB WR 40 13 3.1 27 2.08 68% 1
Darrius Heyward-Bey PIT WR 39 16 2.4 21 1.31 54% 2
Phillip Dorsett IND WR 39 11 3.5 18 1.64 46% 1
Keshawn Martin NE WR 37 9 4.1 24 2.67 65% 2
Justin Hardy ATL WR 36 9 4.0 21 2.33 58% 0
Greg Jennings MIA WR 36 16 2.3 19 1.19 53% 1
Rashad Greene JAX WR 35 9 3.9 19 2.11 54% 2
Josh Bellamy CHI WR 34 16 2.1 19 1.19 56% 2
Javontee Herndon SD WR 33 8 4.1 24 3.00 73% 0
Marc Mariani CHI WR 33 16 2.1 22 1.38 67% 0
Kenbrell Thompkins NYJ WR 33 7 4.7 17 2.43 52% 0
Andre Holmes OAK WR 33 16 2.1 14 0.88 42% 4
Jordan Norwood DEN WR 32 11 2.9 22 2.00 69% 0
Marqise Lee JAX WR 32 10 3.2 15 1.50 47% 1
Keith Mumphery HOU WR 32 16 2.0 14 0.88 44% 0
Brian Quick STL WR 32 13 2.5 10 0.77 31% 0

2015 WR Target Notes

Receiving targets are an excellent way to measure a player's usage on a team, and make comparisons to other receivers. Generally higher target numbers mean more production, and at a much more consistent rate. Receivers over 170 targets sit an elite territory, while sitting over 130 was an above average rate as well. With that being said, we saw Julio Jones crack 200 targets last season, creeping into the top five most targets in an NFL season. Jones finished with a 136-1871-8 line last season. DeAndre Hopkins, Brandon Marshall, Antonio Brown, and Demaryius Thomas all finished above 100 targets las year. All though one player in that group did not quite meet the production expectations for a player with such a high target rate.

It is not always the wide receivers fault for a poor catch percentage. As mentioned above with Demaryius Thomas, he had a down year compared to the past and for what you expect a receiver to put up with 177 targets. His 59% catch rate was a bit to do with an injured/old Peyton Manning, and an inexperienced Brock Osweiler. You want the efficiency that comes with a high amount of targets. Catch rate is also something to consider when a player doesn't have a high amount of targets. Let's take a look at Danny Amendola, who is just a secondary piece of the New England Patriots offense. He had 65 receptions last season on just 87 targets. That is a 75% catch rate, which is something to consider when diving down for value.

On a weekly basis, the average targets per game is a good indicator of how often your receivers will be targeted. Have Julio Jones on your team, well last year he averaged 12.7 targets per game. When you factor in his 1.17 fantasy points per target last season. You could bank on about an average of 14.8 points without the touchdown bonus. Demaryius Thomas suffered from a lack of offense, with his 0.92 fantasy points per target. This is another number that contributed in the subpar 2015 season. Jarvis Landry is another interesting fantasy player, and more so in PPR scoring. You might lean one way or another on him actually being an above average receiver, but his volume makes him a better fantasy player. He averaged 10.4 targets per game last season, and ranked fifth in the league in receptions per game (6.88). Now with only four receiving touchdowns, the receptions/targets are his biggest source of points.

It is all about the volume for wide receivers, and targets will give you that measurement to breakdown. Fantasy production comes tied with volume, and even more so for receivers. It was not a fluke that three of the top five targets leaders had double-digit touchdowns. If it wasn't for Atlanta's red zone play-calling, Jones would have been a fourth. Whether an injury has taken place, or you are simply searching targets. This will give you all you need to know about player volume.


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