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Erickson’s Week 13 Rapid Reactions & Top Performers (2022 Fantasy Football)

Fantasy Football Injury Updates: Jonathan Taylor, Jalen Hurts, Austin Ekeler, Jeff Wilson Jr. (2022)

Here are my rapid reactions, top performers, and key fantasy football takeaways from Sunday of Week 13. You can find our expert consensus fantasy football rankings for the week here. And you can also sync your fantasy football league for free using our My Playbook tool for custom advice, rankings, and analysis.

Injuries to monitor:

Top Headlines of the Day

QB: Jalen Hurts so Good. 29/39 passing for 380-3-0, plus 5-12-1 rushing. Stud muffin.

RB: The CMC we were promised: Christian McCaffrey rushed 17 times for 66 yards and added 8 catches for 80 yards on a team-high 10 targets (25% target share). Jordan Mason operated as RB2 and was used sparingly throughout the game, totaling 8 carries for 51 yards. The gap is usage for McCaffrey was much wider than in past weeks when Elijah Mitchell was 100% healthy.

WR: In the Sun God We Trust: Amon-Ra St. Brown. St. Brown continues to ball out: 11 for 114 and 2 touchdowns on 12 targets (31% target share).

TE: Doing the Dulcich: Greg Dulcich was the most productive player in Ravens-Broncos. 6 catches for 85 on a team-high 8 targets (38% target share). Benefitted from Courtland Sutton getting hurt with a hamstring injury.

Quick Game-by-Game Observations & Takeaways

Steelers 19, Falcons 16

Fantasy takeaway: Najee Harris led the Steelers with 17 carries for 86 yards and added 1 catch for 6 yards. Jaylen Warren (3 touches) and Benny Snell (7 touches) relieved Harris when he needed a breather. 64% opportunity share for Harris.

Other notes:

  • George Pickens…YHTSI. 2 targets. One catch for 2 yards.
  • Diontae Johnson…5 catches for 60 yards on 11 targets (41% target share).
  • Pat Freiermuth had only 5 targets, but had a massive 57-yard catch to accumulate 3 for 76.
  • Cordarrelle Patterson led the Falcons in carries (11 for 60) but split work nearly 50/50 with Tyler Allgeier (10 for 52). However, Patterson’s uptick in receiving did not carry over from last week…as he saw zero targets.
  • At least Drake London saw life: 6 for 95 on a team-high 12 targets (50% target share). Nobody else saw more than 5 targets.

Next week: Falcons on BYE, Steelers host Ravens

Notable Snap Counts

Falcons

Marcus Mariota – 100%
Olamide Zaccheaus – 87%
Drake London – 87%
Parker Hesse – 63%
Tyler Allgeier – 52%
MyCole Pruitt – 50%
Cordarrelle Patterson – 46%
Damiere Byrd – 35%
Anthony Firkser – 26%
KhaDarel Hodge – 11%
Caleb Huntley – 9%

Steelers

Kenny Pickett – 100%
Diontae Johnson – 82%
Zach Gentry – 74%
George Pickens – 68%
Najee Harris – 66%
Pat Freiermuth – 55%
Steven Sims – 38%
Gunner Olszewski – 28%
Connor Heyward – 22%
Jaylen Warren – 20%
Benny Snell – 14%
Derek Watt – 11%

Broncos 9, Ravens 10

Fantasy takeaway: Greg Dulcich was the most productive player in this game. 6 catches for 85 on a team-high 8 targets (38% target share). Benefitted from Courtland Sutton getting hurt with a hamstring injury.

Other notes:

  • Jerry Jeudy a perfect 4-for-4 for 65 yards in his return to the starting lineup.
  • Latavius Murray was a bellcow: 21 touches for 61 yards. Mike Boone had 6 carries for 18 yards, Marlon Mack 2 for 3 yards. Both had a one target/catch.
  • The Gus Edwards bus got way off the rails: He was out-carried by Kenyan Drake 6 to 7, but the latter saw a lot of usage in the second half. Drake also added 3 targets. May have been due to Edwards’ ineffectiveness (2 yards per carry).
  • Demarcus Robinson led the Ravens in targets (8) catching 7 for 41. They all came from back-up QB Tyler Huntley. Devin Duvernay caught all 6 of his targets for 34 yards (4 from Huntley).
  • Mark Andrews caught 4 for 53 yards on 7 targets (6 from Huntley).
  • Isaiah Likely went 4-for-4 for 30 yards.

Next week: Ravens visit Steelers, Broncos host Chiefs

Notable Snap Counts

Ravens

Devin Duvernay – 94%
Tyler Huntley – 86%
Mark Andrews – 85%
Demarcus Robinson – 76%
Kenyan Drake – 47%
DeSean Jackson – 35%
Patrick Ricard – 35%
Josh Oliver – 33%
Isaiah Likely – 26%
Gus Edwards – 24%
Justice Hill – 24%
James Proche – 18%
Lamar Jackson – 14%

Broncos

Russell Wilson – 100%
Kendall Hinton – 77%
Greg Dulcich – 72%
Latavius Murray – 68%
Eric Tomlinson – 51%
Eric Saubert – 49%
Brandon Johnson – 47%
Courtland Sutton – 43%
Jerry Jeudy – 38%
Mike Boone – 23%
Marlon Mack – 15%
Montrell Washington – 15%

Packers 28, Bears 19

Fantasy takeaway: Christian Watson is a STAR. 3 for 68 and 1 TD as a receiver on a 6 targets (21% target share) to go along with a 46-rushing TD. 8 TDs in his last four games. Ridiculous. Tied Allen Lazard for team-lead in targets. Lazard caught 5 for 67.

Other notes:

  • Justin Fields only rushed 6 times for 71 yards but scored on a 55-yard scamper.
  • David Montgomery totaled 18 touches for 67 yards and 1 TD. Other Bears running backs combined for 3 carries. Monty earned an 86% opportunity share while playing 77% of the snaps.  
  • Cole Kmet led the team in targets (again, 28% target share) going 6 for 7 and 72 yards. Par for the course when you play 100% of the snaps and run a route on 96% of dropbacks. 
  • Chase Claypool finished second with 6 targets (5-28) while running the second-most routes (82%). 
  • Aaron Jones only totaled 9 carries for 26 yards, but caught 5 passes for 24 yards (5 targets). A.J. Dillon dominated the ground attack with 18 carries for 93 yards and 1 TD (also targeted thrice). Jones was battling a shin injury during the game, but returned.

Next week: Both teams on BYE

Notable Snap Counts

Bears

Cole Kmet – 100%
Justin Fields – 100%
David Montgomery – 77%
Dante Pettis – 65%
Chase Claypool – 63%
Equanimeous St. Brown – 58%
Byron Pringle – 38%
Darrynton Evans – 25%
Velus Jones – 23%
N’Keal Harry – 10%

Packers

Aaron Rodgers – 100%
Allen Lazard – 94%
Christian Watson – 92%
A.J. Dillon – 68%
Robert Tonyan – 52%
Randall Cobb – 50%
Marcedes Lewis – 42%
Aaron Jones – 38%
Samori Toure – 18%
Josiah Deguara – 15%
Sammy Watkins – 11%
Patrick Taylor – 9%

Jaguars 14, Lions 40

Fantasy takeaway: Is D’Andre Swift back? The Lions running back started the game and led the team in carries (14 for 62 and 1 TD) over Jamaal Williams (11 for 35 and 1 TD). He also was targeted 6 times catching 4 for 49 yards. 54% opportunity share. Swift out-touched Williams 18-to-11.

Other notes:

  • Amon-Ra St. Brown continues to ball tf out: 11 for 114 and 2 touchdowns on 12 targets (31% target share).
  • DJ Chark got in on the fun as well: 5-98 on 6 targets.
  • Jameson Williams saw one deep target that fell incomplete.
  • Travis Etienne Jr. rushed 13 for 54 yards and did not score. He saw 3 targets for 12 yards. No other RB saw a target and Snoop Conner saw one carry for 6 yards.
  • Zay Jones WOOF. Multiple drops going 2 for 16 on 7 targets.
  • Christian Kirk. Have a DAY. 6 for 104 on a team-high 8 targets (24% target share).
  • Evan Engram shows life! The solid usage finally paid off, with the Jags tight end catching 5 of 7 targets for 30 yards and 1 TD.
  • Trevor Lawrence looked to have suffered a serious leg injury but returned a played in the second half.

Next week: Jaguars at Titans, Lions host Vikings

Notable Snap Counts

Lions

Jared Goff – 97%
Amon-Ra St. Brown – 87%
D.J. Chark – 84%
Josh Reynolds – 79%
D’Andre Swift – 51%
Brock Wright – 46%
Jamaal Williams – 30%
Shane Zylstra – 30%
James Mitchell – 29%
Kalif Raymond – 17%
Jameson Williams – 11%
Jason Cabinda – 9%
Nate Sudfeld – 3%

Jaguars

Travis Etienne – 88%
Christian Kirk – 86%
Zay Jones – 82%
Evan Engram – 77%
Marvin Jones – 68%
Chris Manhertz – 27%
Tim Jones – 20%
Jamal Agnew – 16%
Luke Farrell – 11%
C.J. Beathard – 7%
Snoop Conner – 7%
JaMycal Hasty – 5%

Browns 27 , Texans 14

Fantasy takeaway: Dameon Pierce got back to encouraging usage: 18 carries for 73 yards, and 3 catches for 22 yards. Dare Ogunbowale had 2 carries for 8 yards and 2 catches for 13 yards. 77% opportunity share for Pierce.

Other notes:

  • Nico Collins saw a whopping 10 targets (27% target share) but caught just 3 for 35. He did score late. Jordan Akins was second with 6 targets, followed by Brevin Jordan (5).
  • Nick Chubb was kept in check: 17 for 80 and no TDs. 1 target. Kareem Hunt‘s usage got a bump with his seeing double-digit touches: 9 carries for 56 yards, 2 for 18 on 3 targets).
  • Amari Cooper tanked on the road again: 4 for 40 on 9 targets (43% target share).
  • Deshaun Watson posted a 53.4 passer rating (12/22 for 131 yards, 0 TD, 1 INT). Looked like a guy that hasn’t played real football in 700 days.

Next week: Texans at Cowboys, Browns at Bengals

Notable Snap Counts

Browns

Deshaun Watson – 98%
Donovan Peoples-Jones – 95%
Amari Cooper – 81%
Pharaoh Brown – 63%
Demetric Felton – 60%
Harrison Bryant – 57%
Nick Chubb – 51%
Kareem Hunt – 38%
Jerome Ford – 11%
Anthony Schwartz – 8%
David Bell – 5%

Texans

Kyle Allen – 100%
Nico Collins – 72%
Dameon Pierce – 72%
Phillip Dorsett – 71%
Teagan Quitoriano – 71%
Chris Moore – 55%
Jordan Akins – 52%
Brevin Jordan – 37%
Dare Ogunbowale – 22%
Troy Hairston – 11%

Jets 22, Vikings 27

Fantasy takeaway: 22 touches for Dalvin Cook. 86 rushing yards and 1 TD. Alexander Mattison had 3 carries for 14 yards (also scored) with 2 targets.

Other notes:

  • Justin Jefferson good not great in a tougher matchup: 7 for 45 and 1 TD on 11 targets (33% target share).
  • Adam Thielen bombs: 2 for 27 on 6 targets. T.J. Hockenson with just 4 for 33 on 6 targets.
  • Rookie Zonovan Knight dominated the Jets backfield in the absence of Michael Carter. Totaled 15 carries for 90 yards (6 ypc). James Robinson saw just 4 carries for 10 yards. Ty Johnson just one carry for 3 yards. Knight also went 5-for-5 as a receiver for 28 yards, while Johnson went 6-for-7 for 38 yards. 63% opportunity share for Knight.
  • Garrett Wilson cannot be stopped. 8 catches for 162 yards on 15 targets (27% target share). Corey Davis — Jets WR2 — saw 10 targets catching 5 for 85 yards.
  • Elijah Moore was targeted 6 times and caught 2 passes for 7 yards.
  • Tyler Conklin: 7 targets but just 2 grabs for 9 yards.

Next week: Vikings at Lions, Jets at Bills

Notable Snap Counts

Jets

Mike White – 100%
Garrett Wilson – 92%
Corey Davis – 81%
Tyler Conklin – 72%
Elijah Moore – 68%
Zonovan Knight – 55%
C.J. Uzomah – 46%
Ty Johnson – 33%
Braxton Berrios – 24%
Denzel Mims – 19%
James Robinson – 11%

Vikings

Kirk Cousins – 100%
Justin Jefferson – 96%
T.J. Hockenson – 90%
Adam Thielen – 87%
Dalvin Cook – 75%
K.J. Osborn – 66%
Johnny Mundt – 35%
Alexander Mattison – 25%
Jalen Reagor – 3%

Commanders 20, Giants 20

Fantasy takeaway: Terry McLaurin doing more scary things: 8 for 105 and 1 TD on 12 targets (30% target share).

Other notes:

  • With the Commanders throwing 40 times, we saw more work for other Washington receivers. Curtis Samuel (6-63) on 7 targets and Jahan Dotson (5-54) on 9 targets. The rookie scored and Samuel added 3 carries for 23 yards.
  • Brian Robinson dominated the backfield touches carrying the ball 21 times for 96 rushing yards. Antonio Gibson had just 9 for 39. Both caught two passes but Gibson saw more targets (4 vs 2). B-Rob earned a 62% opportunity share.
  • Saquon Barkley was kept in check on the ground: 18 for 63, but scored and went 5-for-5 as a receiver for 18 yards. No other RB had carry. Matt Breida had one target.
  • Darius Slayton operated as WR1 (6-90) on 8 targets (55-yard long). Isaiah Hodgins scored going 5-44 on 6 targets.
  • Daniel Bellinger made his return to the lineup after being out with an eye injury, and caught all 5 of his targets for 24 yards.

Next week: Commanders on BYE, Giants host Eagles

Notable Snap Counts

Commanders

Taylor Heinicke – 100%
Terry McLaurin – 91%
Jahan Dotson – 79%
Curtis Samuel – 66%
Logan Thomas – 56%
John Bates – 53%
Antonio Gibson – 49%
Brian Robinson – 47%
Cole Turner – 28%
Dyami Brown – 20%
Cam Sims – 8%
Jonathan Williams – 2%

Giants

Daniel Jones – 100%
Daniel Bellinger – 97%
Darius Slayton – 92%
Saquon Barkley – 88%
Isaiah Hodgins – 80%
Richie James – 52%
Nick Vannett – 45%
Matt Breida – 14%

Titans 10, Eagles 35

Fantasy takeaway: A.J. Brown WR1 szn. 8 catches for 119 receiving yards and 2 TDs on a team-high 10 targets (26% target share). DeVonta Smith also scored (5-102-1) on 8 targets.

Other notes:

  • Miles Sanders totaled 24 rushing yards on 10 carries. Also targeted twice for 16 yards. Salvaged day with late rushing TD. Kenneth Gainwell saw more targets (4).
  • Quez Watkins (5-37) on 6 targets, Jack Stoll (3-41) on 3 targets
  • Derrick Henry was bottled up for the second straight game: 11 for 30 and no TDs. Caught 2 passes for 8 yards. Woof. No. 2 RB Julius Chestnut rushed 5 times late the 4th quarter so pay not attention to his usage.
  • Second week in a row that rookie tight end Chigoziem Okonkwo has out-produced Austin Hooper. Both saw 5 targets (25% target share) but Okonkwo compiled 68 yards on just 4 catches. Led all TEs entering Week 13 in yards per reception. He continues to flash big-play ability.
  • Treylon Burks scored on his 1 targets for a 25-yard TD, but was knocked out with a concussion. Robert Woods also saw 5 targets: But one catch for 6 yards. Super inefficient per usual.

Next week: Eagles at Giants, Titans host Jaguars

Notable Snap Counts

Eagles

Jalen Hurts – 88%
DeVonta Smith – 86%
A.J. Brown – 82%
Jack Stoll – 74%
Miles Sanders – 53%
Quez Watkins – 51%
Zach Pascal – 38%
Grant Calcaterra – 38%
Kenneth Gainwell – 27%
Boston Scott – 23%
Gardner Minshew – 12%

Titans

Nick Westbrook-Ikhine – 95%
Robert Woods – 93%
Ryan Tannehill – 82%
Chigoziem Okonkwo – 58%
Derrick Henry – 55%
Austin Hooper – 49%
Geoff Swaim – 36%
Dontrell Hilliard – 36%
C.J. Board – 29%
Treylon Burks – 18%
Malik Willis – 18%
Julius Chestnut – 13%

Seahawks 27, Rams 23

Fantasy takeaway: Cam Akers revival! The Rams flipped the switch on their RB room in Week 13 going away from rookie Kyren Williams back to the veteran. Akers totaled 17 carries (1 catch) for 60 yards and 2 rushing TDs. Williams had just 3 touches all game.

Other notes:

  • Tyler Higbee and Tutu Atwell led the Rams in targets (5). Atwell also led in receiving yards (49), while Brandon Powell caught the most passes (4 for 39).
  • Van Jefferson caught just 2 passes for 39 yards on 4 targets.
  • Tyler Lockett: 9-128-1 on team-high 12 targets (33% target share)
  • DK Metcalf: 8-127-1 on 8 targets
  • Noah Fant: 4-42-1 on 5 targets, Will Dissly 2 catches for 22 yards
  • Geno Smith 28/39 passing for 367-3-1
  • Kenneth Walker left game early with an ankle injury. In relief , Tony Jones Jr led backfield with 4 targets and 7 carries. DeeJay Dallas had 10 carries and 1 target. He was the first back in after Walker’s injury.

Next week: Seahawks host Panthers, Rams host Raiders (TNF)

Seahawks

Geno Smith – 100%
Tyler Lockett – 88%
DK Metcalf – 87%
Noah Fant – 67%
Will Dissly – 52%
DeeJay Dallas – 48%
Marquise Goodwin – 37%
Colby Parkinson – 36%
Tony Jones – 34%
Laquon Treadwell – 27%
Kenneth Walker – 21%

Rams

Van Jefferson – 100%
John Wolford – 98%
Ben Skowronek – 97%
Tyler Higbee – 84%
Cam Akers – 72%
Tutu Atwell – 47%
Brandon Powell – 41%
Kyren Williams – 28%
Austin Trammell – 16%
Bryce Perkins – 2%

Notable Snap Counts

Dolphins 17, 49ers 33

Fantasy takeaway: The CMC we were promised: Christian McCaffrey rushed 17 times for 66 yards and added 8 catches for 80 yards on a team-high 10 targets (25% target share) – 9 targets from Brock Purdy. Jordan Mason operated as RB2 and was used sparingly throughout the game, totaling 8 carries for 51 yards. The gap is usage for McCaffrey was much wider than in past weeks when Elijah Mitchell was 100% healthy.

Other notes:

  • Tyreek Hill 9-146-1 on team-high 14 targets (42%), Jaylen Waddle (leg injury) just 1 catch for 9 yards on 5 targets.
  • Raheem Mostert started and went 7-30-0 rushing with 0 targets, Jeff Wilson 1-3-0 with 2 targets.
  • Deebo Samuel 6-58-0 on 10 targets, Brandon Aiyuk 5-46-0 on 9 targets, George Kittle 2 catches for 22 yards on 3 targets. Woof.
  • With Brock Purdy under center targets were distributed as Samuel (10), CMC (9), Aiyuk (7), Jennings (4) and Kittle (2).

Next week: Dolphins at Chargers (SNF), 49ers host Buccaneers

Notable Snap Counts

Dolphins

Tua Tagovailoa – 98%
Tyreek Hill – 85%
Trent Sherfield – 65%
Raheem Mostert – 61%
Durham Smythe – 59%
Alec Ingold – 54%
Jaylen Waddle – 52%
River Cracraft – 43%
Jeffery Wilson – 37%
Mike Gesicki – 20%
Skylar Thompson – 2%

49ers

George Kittle – 96%
Brandon Aiyuk – 95%
Brock Purdy – 90%
Christian McCaffrey – 82%
Deebo Samuel – 82%
Kyle Juszczyk – 55%
Tyler Kroft – 27%
Jauan Jennings – 26%
Jordan Mason – 18%
Jimmy Garoppolo – 10%

Chiefs 24, Bengals 27

Fantasy takeaway: Samaje Perine does it AGAIN. 21 carries for 106 rushing yards and 6 catches for 49 receiving yards on 7 targets. The other Cincy RBs totaled 2 combined touches.

Other notes:

  • Ja’Marr Chase led the Bengals with 97 receiving yards, 7 receptions and 8 targets (26% target share).
  • Tee Higgins went 3-35-1 on 5 targets
  • Hayden Hurst left with an injury (2-12), but Tyler Boyd still with just 4-60-0 on 5 targets.
  • Isiah Pacheco led Chiefs with 14 carries for 66 yards and 1 rushing TD. Also caught two balls for 16 yards. Jerick McKinnon had 8 carries for 51 yard and also scored (plus 2 catches).
  • Travis Kelce (4-56) and Marquez Valdes-Scantling (2-71) tied for team lead with 6 targets (26% target share). JuJu Smith-Schuster not much again: 3 for 35 on 4 targets. No targets for Sky Moore. Just one carry for 12 yards.

Next week: Chiefs at Broncos, Bengals host Browns

Notable Snap Counts

Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes – 100%
Travis Kelce – 82%
JuJu Smith-Schuster – 76%
Justin Watson – 62%
Noah Gray – 58%
Marquez Valdes-Scantling – 56%
Jerick McKinnon – 47%
Isiah Pacheco – 45%
Skyy Moore – 42%
Joe Fortson – 18%

Bengals

Joe Burrow – 100%
Tee Higgins – 93%
Tyler Boyd – 86%
Samaje Perine – 83%
Ja’Marr Chase – 82%
Mitchell Wilcox – 72%
Trayveon Williams – 15%
Hayden Hurst – 12%
Trenton Irwin – 12%
Trent Taylor – 7%
Chris Evans – 3%

Chargers 20, Raiders 27

Fantasy takeaway: Davante Adams and Josh Jacobs are fantasy’s best WR-RB duo. Jacobs (26-144-1) and Adams (8-177-2). Jacobs added 2 catches for 28 total touches, Zamir White and Ameer Abdullah combined for 4 backfield opportunities. Adams earned a 44% target share. Nobody else had more than 35 receiving yards (Mack Hollins, 9 targets).

Other notes:

Next week: Chargers host Dolphins (SNF), Raiders at Rams (TNF)

Notable Snap Counts

Chargers

Justin Herbert – 100%
Keenan Allen – 96%
Josh Palmer – 93%
DeAndre Carter – 60%
Austin Ekeler – 60%
Gerald Everett – 59%
Joshua Kelley – 43%
Tre’ McKitty – 33%
Michael Bandy – 23%
Stone Smartt – 21%

Raiders

Derek Carr – 100%
Mack Hollins – 98%
Davante Adams – 97%
Foster Moreau – 90%
Josh Jacobs – 75%
Keelan Cole – 57%
Ameer Abdullah – 20%
Zamir White – 7%

Colts 19, Cowboys 54

Fantasy takeaway: Tony Pollard started the game and went bananas: 12 carries for 91 rushing yards and two rushing TDs on a 41% snap share. Ezekiel Elliott was also heavily involved with 17 carries for 77 yards and 1 rushing TD on a 56% snap share. Both guys saw 3 targets and each 14 routes. Elliott out-touched Pollard 20 to 15 with a 56% opportunity share.

Other notes: 

  • CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup both saw 7 targets (23% target share). Lamb went 5-71- and Gallup scored twice on four of his catches for 23 yards.
  • Dalton Schultz saw 6 targets, but caught just 2 for 33 yards. However, his usage remained top-tier with an 84% route run rate and 34% air yard share (tied with Gallup to lead team).
  • Jonathan Taylor carried the ball 21 times for 82 yards. Also added 3 catches on 4 targets for 21 yards. Deon Jackson had just 2 carries for 6 yards and 1 target. All of Zack Moss’s carries came on the final drive for the Colts when they were down 54-19. JT earned a 81% opportunity share and played 82% of the snaps.
  • Alec Pierce led the Colts in targets (8, 23%), catches (4) air yards (108) and receiving yards (86). Parris Campbell 4-43 on 5 targets and Michael Pittman Jr. 2-16 on 4 targets both ran more routes but had little production to back up the usage.
  • A week after rookie Jelani Woods broke out, he was regulated back to TE2 duties. He ran fewer routes than Kylen Granson (6 targets) and played less snaps than Mo Alie-Cox (1 target). Woods caught 2 of his 4 targets for 28 yards.

Next week: Cowboys host Texans, Colts on bye.

Notable Snap Counts

Cowboys

Noah Brown – 79%
Dalton Schultz – 72%
CeeDee Lamb – 72%
Michael Gallup – 66%
Ezekiel Elliott – 56%
Jake Ferguson – 47%
Tony Pollard -41%
Peyton Hendershot – 22%

Colts

Michael Pittman – 93%
Jonathan Taylor – 82%
Parris Campbell – 78%
Alec Pierce – 71%
Kylen Granson – 57%
Mo Alie-Cox – 43%
Ashton Dulin – 28%
Jelani Woods – 21%
Deon Jackson – 11%

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