WR Super Chart: Week 10 (Fantasy Football)
Welcome to the Week 10 Fantasy Football Super Chart series of the 2018 NFL season, covering the wide receiver position. The Super Chart is an all-in-one spreadsheet that breaks down significant stats, trends, and numbers from the previous week and year-to-date. The main purpose of the Super Chart is to help you determine your starting lineup, waiver wire pickups, and much more by using various forms of stat-driven data. Tracking critical information such as target shares, catch rates, fantasy points per target, and weekly matchups can help you identify breakout candidates by noticing trends before other managers in your league.
Please take a moment to review each category and what it means. If you are already familiar with all of the terms and categories, feel free to skip ahead to view the Super Chart for Week 10.
Weekly Fantasy Points/Fantasy Points Per Game (FPPG)
The first stat that we track is simple, yet important. The Super Chart is sorted by Fantasy Points Per Game, but also includes fantasy point totals from the previous week.
Weekly Targets/Weekly Target %
A closer look at the total number of targets for every fantasy-relevant receiver, as well as the total percentage of targets that player accounted for.
YTD Targets/YTD Targets %
We not only track weekly target percentages but also year-to-date targets. This will help determine consistency and potential breakout candidates.
PPR formats have taken over the fantasy football landscape and tracking receptions is an important part of finding consistent success. There are plenty of underrated fantasy receivers that lack upside but can net you a safe eight to 10 points when you need it.
YTD Catch Rate
Year-to-date catch rate is the percentage of targets that were caught.
Next Week Opponent
This is pretty self-explanatory. It’s a look ahead to the upcoming matchup with the opposition’s rank against WRs in fantasy. The 32nd ranked fantasy defense is a favorable matchup, while the 1st ranked defense is the most difficult.
# of 100 Yard Games
Some leagues offer bonus points at 100 yards receiving, and it’s also a great way to track a receiver’s consistency.
Fantasy Points Per Target
Lastly, fantasy points per target can help you identify explosive players who can put up big numbers with more opportunity.
The Super Chart is packed with so much information that we can only fit so much into the article. To view the Super Chart in its entirety, please click here.
*Data taken from ESPN, FantasyPros, and NFL.com.
|Player||WK 9 FP||FPPG||WK 9 Targets||WK 9 Target %||YTD Targets||YTD Target %||WK 9 REC||YTD REC||WK 10 OPP||FP Per Target|
|Michael Thomas||39.1||23||15||42%||79||28%||12||70||at CIN (28th)||2.33|
|Davante Adams||16||21.6||9||21%||87||26%||6||58||vs. MIA (9th)||1.99|
|Antonio Brown||15.2||20.6||11||23%||91||26%||5||51||vs. CAR (13th)||1.81|
|Julio Jones||25.1||19.8||10||26%||91||30%||7||60||at CLE (23rd)||1.74|
|Odell Beckham||BYE||19.6||BYE||BYE||91||29%||BYE||61||at SF (18th)||1.72|
|Tyreek Hill||12.5||19.3||5||16%||70||22%||4||48||vs. ARI (11th)||2.48|
|A.J. Green||BYE||18.5||BYE||BYE||76||26%||BYE||45||vs. NO (32nd)||1.94|
|Mike Evans||2.6||18.5||10||24%||78||23%||1||47||vs. WAS (22nd)||1.89|
|Cooper Kupp||19.9||18||6||15%||47||16%||5||35||vs. SEA (15th)||2.69|
|Tyler Boyd||BYE||17.7||BYE||BYE||66||22%||BYE||49||vs. NO (32nd)||2.14|
|Alshon Jeffery||BYE||17.4||BYE||BYE||44||14%||BYE||29||vs. DAL (1st)||1.98|
|Brandin Cooks||23.4||17.2||8||20%||60||20%||6||41||vs. SEA (15th)||2.3|
|Robert Woods||12.5||17||9||23%||74||25%||5||51||vs. SEA (15th)||2.06|
|Golden Tate||BYE||16.8||BYE||BYE||69||27%||BYE||44||vs. DAL (1st)||1.71|
|JuJu Smith-Schuster||14.8||16.8||9||19%||78||23%||7||53||vs. CAR (13th)||1.72|
|Julian Edelman||17.4||16.3||10||28%||44||13%||6||31||at TEN (24th)||1.85|
|Calvin Ridley||19.7||15.4||9||24%||44||14%||6||33||at CLE (23rd)||2.8|
|DeSean Jackson||5.2||15.3||4||10%||47||14%||2||28||vs. WAS (22nd)||2.61|
|Keenan Allen||21.2||15.2||10||38%||66||27%||6||47||at OAK (20th)||1.84|
|T.Y. Hilton||BYE||14.2||BYE||BYE||47||14%||BYE||26||vs. JAX (2nd)||1.81|
|Jarvis Landry||11||14.1||7||16%||101||29%||6||55||vs. ATL (30th)||1.26|
|Tyler Lockett||5.2||13.6||4||10%||37||17%||3||28||at LAR (17th)||2.94|
|Sterling Shepard||BYE||13.5||BYE||BYE||59||19%||BYE||40||at SF (18th)||1.83|
|Marvin Jones||12.6||13.4||8||22%||55||19%||6||32||at CHI (21st)||1.95|
|Kenny Golladay||8.4||13||4||11%||48||16%||3||33||at CHI (21st)||2.17|
|Sammy Watkins||11.4||12.6||5||16%||54||17%||5||39||vs. ARI (11th)||2.11|
|Devin Funchess||8.4||12.3||5||20%||55||21%||4||36||at PIT (27th)||1.79|
|Tyrell Williams||10.3||12.3||3||12%||30||12%||2||22||at OAK (20th)||3.29|
|Taylor Gabriel||7.5||11.9||5||25%||49||19%||3||37||vs. DET (6th)||1.94|
|Dede Westbrook||BYE||11.8||BYE||BYE||48||15%||BYE||33||at IND (10th)||1.96|
|Josh Gordon||24||11.8||10||28%||41||12%||5||23||at TEN (24th)||2.01|
|Chris Godwin||6||11.5||3||7%||47||14%||2||30||vs. WAS (22nd)||1.96|
|Randall Cobb||7.4||11.2||6||14%||38||11%||5||26||vs. MIA (9th)||1.47|
|Nelson Agholor||BYE||11||BYE||BYE||61||20%||BYE||41||vs. DAL (1st)||1.44|
|Corey Davis||12||10.9||10||34%||66||29%||6||36||vs. NE (16th)||1.33|
|Allen Robinson||DNP||10.9||DNP||DNP||43||17%||DNP||25||vs. DET (6th)||1.52|
|Christian Kirk||BYE||10.7||BYE||BYE||44||18%||BYE||31||at KC (19th)||1.94|
|Adam Humphries||28.9||10.7||8||20%||50||15%||8||35||vs. WAS (22nd)||1.72|
|Cole Beasley||4.6||10.6||4||13%||47||20%||3||36||at PHI (29th)||1.8|
|Mohamed Sanu||8.5||10.6||5||13%||40||13%||4||28||at CLE (23rd)||2.11|
|Larry Fitzgerald||BYE||10.5||BYE||BYE||55||22%||BYE||34||at KC (19th)||1.52|
|Amari Cooper||16.8||10.5||8||25%||39||16%||5||27||at PHI (29th)||1.89|
|Mike Williams||10||10.4||3||12%||32||13%||1||18||at OAK (20th)||2.61|
|David Moore||3.6||10.2||7||18%||21||10%||2||13||at LAR (17th)||2.91|
|Jordy Nelson||3.6||10||3||13%||38||13%||2||25||vs. LAC (14th)||2.11|
|Ted Ginn||DNP||10||DNP||DNP||22||8%||DNP||12||at CIN (28th)||1.82|
|Danny Amendola||9.7||9.9||7||29%||51||19%||5||40||at GB (25th)||1.75|
|Ryan Grant||BYE||9.8||BYE||BYE||37||11%||BYE||26||vs. JAX (2nd)||1.59|
|Donte Moncrief||BYE||9.6||BYE||BYE||56||18%||BYE||29||at IND (10th)||1.37|
|Marquise Goodwin||2.3||9.3||4||18%||27||10%||1||13||vs. NYG (4th)||2.4|
|Kenny Stills||2.9||9.1||1||4%||30||11%||1||17||at GB (25th)||2.43|
|Jamison Crowder||DNP||9||DNP||DNP||19||7%||DNP||13||at TB (31st)||1.89|
|Chester Rogers||BYE||8.9||BYE||BYE||47||14%||BYE||32||vs. JAX (2nd)||1.52|
|Quincy Enunwa||7||8.8||4||10%||46||16%||3||25||vs. BUF (5th)||1.34|
|Maurice Harris||22.4||8.8||12||26%||29||11%||10||21||at TB (31st)||1.52|
|Robby Anderson||7.3||8.6||6||15%||42||15%||4||21||vs. BUF (5th)||1.64|
|Keelan Cole||BYE||8.6||BYE||BYE||49||15%||BYE||29||at IND (10th)||1.4|
|Rashard Higgins||4.9||8.6||4||9%||26||7%||3||19||vs. ATL (30th)||1.97|
|Anthony Miller||10.8||8.5||6||30%||35||13%||5||19||vs. DET (6th)||1.7|
|Phillip Dorsett||6||8.3||3||8%||33||10%||3||23||at TEN (24th)||1.75|
|Marquez Valdes-Scantling||13.1||8.1||6||14%||33||10%||3||17||vs. MIA (9th)||1.96|
|Torrey Smith||DNP||7.9||DNP||DNP||27||10%||DNP||16||at PIT (27th)||1.74|
|D.J. Moore||5.8||7.8||2||8%||26||10%||1||19||at PIT (27th)||2.4|
|Chris Hogan||0||7.6||1||3%||33||10%||0||23||at TEN (24th)||2.07|
|Antonio Callaway||8.1||7.5||5||12%||50||14%||3||24||vs. ATL (30th)||1.35|
|Pierre Garcon||14.6||7.3||5||23%||46||16%||3||24||vs. NYG (4th)||1.27|
|Tre’Quan Smith||10.3||7.3||3||8%||20||7%||2||12||at CIN (28th)||2.57|
|Zay Jones||5.8||7.2||6||12%||48||16%||4||29||at NYJ (26th)||1.35|
|Jordan Matthews||BYE||7.2||BYE||BYE||14||5%||BYE||10||vs. DAL (1st)||2.57|
|Seth Roberts||1.8||7||2||8%||26||9%||1||18||vs. LAC (14th)||1.88|
|Doug Baldwin||11.7||6.9||4||10%||24||11%||4||18||at LAR (17th)||1.73|
|Martavis Bryant||6.6||6.8||2||8%||24||8%||2||16||vs. LAC (14th)||1.71|
|DeVante Parker||1.8||6.8||2||8%||15||6%||1||9||at GB (25th)||1.81|
|Jakeem Grant||2.6||6.7||2||8%||33||12%||1||21||at GB (25th)||1.83|
|Josh Doctson||12.1||6.3||6||13%||35||13%||3||19||at TB (31st)||1.26|
|Kendrick Bourne||8.6||6.3||2||9%||31||11%||2||19||vs. NYG (4th)||1.83|
|Kelvin Benjamin||8||6.2||9||18%||53||18%||4||20||at NYJ (26th)||1.06|
|Cordarrelle Patterson||13.8||6||1||3%||16||5%||1||12||at TEN (24th)||3.35|
|Tajae Sharpe||1||5.9||1||3%||25||11%||1||17||vs. NE (16th)||1.87|
|Taywan Taylor||4.4||5.8||2||7%||30||13%||2||21||vs. NE (16th)||1.55|
|Jarius Wright||1.8||5.8||1||4%||27||10%||1||18||at PIT (27th)||1.72|
|Allen Hurns||9.3||5.5||1||3%||28||12%||1||14||at PHI (29th)||1.58|
|Jermaine Kearse||5||5.4||9||23%||48||17%||3||22||vs. BUF (5th)||0.9|
|Michael Gallup||8.1||5.4||6||19%||28||12%||3||13||at PHI (29th)||1.54|
|Trent Taylor||DNP||5.4||DNP||DNP||28||10%||DNP||18||vs. NYG (4th)||1.35|
|John Ross||BYE||5.3||BYE||BYE||16||5%||BYE||7||vs. NO (32nd)||1.66|
- Week 9 marked the first time this season that Adam Thielen was unable to record a 100-yard game. However, he is still first in FPPG with 23.9.
- Michael Thomas exploded for over 200 yards receiving and moved back up the ranks to number two on the season.
- Maurice Harris is a name to watch. The 25-year-old was targeted 12 times on Sunday while racking up over 100 yards receiving. He could be the number one wide receiver on a team that desperately needs someone to step up.
- DeAndre Hopkins led all receivers with a whopping 50 percent target share in Week 9. The all-pro receiver also leads the league with a 31 percent target share on the season.
- Jarvis Landry, Michael Crabtree, and Corey Davis are a few of the heavily targeted players who are struggling with efficiency. They are averaging just 1.26, 1.32, and 1.33 fantasy points per target, respectively. Kelvin Benjamin, Jermaine Kearse, Josh Doctson, and Pierre Garcon are the only documented receivers with a worse fantasy point to target ratio this season.
- On the flip side, Tyrell Williams leads the way with 3.29 fantasy points per target (min. 20 targets), followed by Tyler Lockett, David Moore, and Calvin Ridley. These are players who can put up solid production with limited opportunities.
- With A.J. Green expected to miss several weeks, Tyler Boyd’s 22 percent target share will likely rise and he should be viewed as a high-end WR2. John Ross should step in as the WR2 for the Bengals if healthy, but he has a lot to prove before being trusted in any starting lineups.
- Amari Cooper’s 25 percent target share in his first game as a Dallas Cowboy is a great sign for his fantasy owners. Cooper also added a touchdown to his stat line and should only improve as he learns the offense down the stretch.