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Erickson’s Week 14 Rapid Reactions & Top Performers (2022 Fantasy Football)

Erickson’s Week 14 Rapid Reactions & Top Performers (2022 Fantasy Football)

Here are my rapid reactions, top performers, and key fantasy football takeaways from Sunday of Week 14. 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:

  • QB Kenny Pickett (concussion) – did not return. 2nd concussion of the season. 2-3 weeks potentially missed.
  • WR Deebo Samuel (knee/ankle) was carted off the field – moderate high ankle sprain. 1-2 weeks likely to miss or rest of fantasy season.
  • Tyler Boyd (finger) – did not return. Considered week-to-week. Drop him.
  • Tee Higgins (hamstring) – Only available in emergency situations. Should come back next week.
  • QB Tyler Huntley (concussion) – left game and was replaced by Anthony Brown.
  • WR Corey Davis (head) – did not return. Likely 1-2 week absence.
  • RB Dameon Pierce was questionable to return with an ankle injury. Tried to come back, but was unable to do so. Could miss next week.
  • QB Mike White (ribs) – In-and-out the lineup. Could miss 1-2 games.
  • QB Russell Wilson (concussion) – did not return. 1 game missed
  • Jet DL Quinnen Williams has a calf injury
  • RB Dontrell Hilliard – questionable with a neck injury
  • TE Daniel Bellinger (ribs) – did not return

Top Headlines of the Day

QB: Trevor Lawrence: You Must Respect T-LAW. Trevor Lawrence didn’t deliver last week…but he more than made up for it in Week 14: 30-42 for 368 passing yards and 3 TDs (plus one rushing TD).

RB: Christian McCaffrey RUN CMC: Christian McCaffrey went BONKERS. 14 carries for 119 yards and one rushing TD. Also added 2 catches for 34 yards and another beautiful TD-grab on a 27-yard throw from Brock Purdy. YLTSI. Jordan Mason didn’t record a carry until the third quarter (9:44). 5 of his carries came in with Josh Johnson in at quarterback. And more targets will come when the 49ers are forced to throw.

WR: Jerry Jeudy Hattrick: All it took was a Courtland Sutton injury to unlock the Denver Broncos offense. Jerry Jeudy hauled in 3 TDs in Week 14, two of which came from Russell Wilson. He finished the day with 8 catches for 73 yards on a team-high 9 targets.

TE: Evan Engram King Of Routes Run and Usage: Evan Engram had a career day: 11 catches for 162 on 15 targets and 2 TDs (35% target share).

Quick Game-by-Game Observations & Takeaways

BYE WEEK TEAMS: Falcons, Bears, Packers, Colts, Saints, Commanders

Sunday Early Afternoon Slate

Game 1 – Jets 12 at Bills 20

Fantasy takeaway: Elijah Moore led the Jets with 10 targets, catching 6 for 60 yards. Tyler Conklin finished second with 8 targets (5-28), followed by Garrett Wilson (6-78). Corey Davis left with a head injury.

Other notes:

  • Zonovan Knight started and operated as the clear-cut RB1 carrying the ball 17 times for 71 yards and 1 TD. Michael Carter had just 5 carries for 5 yards and lost a fumble. Carter did out-target Knight (6 vs 2), but Ty Johnson was totally phased out of the offense (zero touches).
  • Devin Singletary led the Bills in carries (8 for 39) over James Cook (4 for 6. Both RBs caught one pass, but Singletary had more targets (1 vs. 2).
  • Dawson Knox led the Bills with 7 targets (4-41-1), followed by Stefon Diggs (5, 3-37) and Isaiah McKenzie (5, 3-21).
  • Gabriel Davis went just 3-for-31 on 4 targets.

Next week: Jets host Lions, Bills host Dolphins (Saturday)

Notable Snap Counts

Bills

Josh Allen – 100%
Gabe Davis – 92%
Dawson Knox – 86%
Stefon Diggs – 78%
Isaiah McKenzie – 64%
Devin Singletary – 49%
James Cook – 41%
Quentin Morris – 27%
Khalil Shakir – 20%
Nyheim Hines – 17%
Tommy Sweeney – 8%
John Brown – 5%

Jets

Garrett Wilson – 97%
Mike White – 91%
Elijah Moore – 82%
Tyler Conklin – 72%
Denzel Mims – 69%
Michael Carter – 50%
Zonovan Knight – 47%
CJ Uzomah – 46%
Braxton Berrios – 23%
Corey Davis – 12%
Joe Flacco – 9%

Game 2 – Browns 10 at Bengals 23

Fantasy takeaway: Ja’Marr Chase #goodatfootball. 10 catches for 119 receiving yards on 15 targets (47% target share) and 1 TD. No other Cincy WR saw more than 4 targets (Trent Taylor) with Tyler Boyd (left with injury), Hayden Hurst (DNP) and Tee Higgins (reaggravated hamstring injury) unavailable.

Other notes:

  • Samaje Perine ranked second in targets (5) but caught just one. He did rush for a TD on one of his 4 carries for 22 yards.
  • Joe Mixon operated as RB1, seeing 14 carries for 96 yards along with 2 catches for 10 yards (2 targets). 64% opportunity share. However, Mixon’s status as a bellcow was different. Perine’s 43% snap share was the highest of the season in a game that Mixon was fully healthy in. And the Bengals were not shying away from using Perine near the goal-line with him scoring on the lone RB carry inside the 10-yard line and seeing two red-zone targets. 
  • The No. 2 RB also more than doubled Mixon’s targets and ran more routes. Not ideal for Mixon fantasy managers that Mixon’s role has been somewhat reduced after Perine’s strong showing the last few weeks.
  • Nick Chubb was kept in check: 14 carries for 34 yards, 3-for-3 for 20 yards as a receiver. Kareem Hunt went back to being irrelevant: 6 touches.
  • Donovan Peoples-Jones led all Browns with 8 catches for 114 yards on 12 targets (31% target share).
  • Amari Cooper‘s home/road splits continue…2 catches for 42 yards on 7 targets. Came into the game with a questionable tag.
  • David Njoku also was super productive in his 1st game back, catching 7 of 9 targets for 59 yards and 1 TD.

Next week: Browns host Ravens (Saturday), Bengals at Buccaneers

Notable Snap Counts

Browns

Donovan Peoples-Jones – 100%
Deshaun Watson – 99%
David Njoku – 96%
Amari Cooper – 86%
David Bell – 68%
Nick Chubb – 62%
Kareem Hunt – 39%
Harrison Bryant – 11%
Jacoby Brissett – 1%

Bengals

Joe Burrow – 100%
Ja’Marr Chase – 94%
Trenton Irwin – 84%
Mitchell Wilcox – 79%
Trent Taylor – 78%
Joe Mixon – 58%
Samaje Perine – 43%
Devin Asiasi – 39%
Tyler Boyd – 3%
Trayveon Williams – 3%
Tee Higgins – 1%

Game 3 – Texans 23 at Cowboys 27

Fantasy takeaway: Ezekiel Elliott rushed 15 times for 62 yards and 1 TD (6 carries inside the 10-yard line) versus Tony Pollard‘s 10 carries for 42 yards and 1 TD. However, Pollard scored on one of his 5 targets (4-20), doubled his teammate’s routes (64% route participation) and played a higher snap share (58% vs. 49%). Zeke also saw 5 targets catching 3 for 19 yards which resulted in his 57% opportunity share.

Other notes:

  • Dalton Schultz led the Cowboys with 10 targets (26% target share), catching 6 for 87 yards. CeeDee Lamb finished second with 6 targets (5-33) which also tied Noah Brown and Michael Gallup.
  • Brown had more receiving yards (85) off a long 51-yard gain. Gallup caught 2 passes for 40 yards, and also got a ball knocked out of his grasp in the end zone.
  • Texans slot WR Chris Moore FEASTED with Brandin Cooks and Nico Collins out of the lineup. 10 catches for 124 receiving yards on 11 targets (46% target share).
  • Amari Rodgers (ex-Packer) caught 4 balls for 57 yards and 1 TD on 5 targets.
  • Dameon Pierce totaled 22 carries for 78 yards and 1 TD but was not targeted. He left the game with an injury late and tried to come back, but could not continue. Two carries by Eno Benjamin and Rex Burkhead came after Pierce’s initial ankle injury.

Next week: Cowboys at Jaguars, Texans host Chiefs

Notable Snap Counts

Cowboys

Dak Prescott – 100%
CeeDee Lamb – 96%
Dalton Schultz – 93%
Michael Gallup – 76%
Noah Brown – 70%
Tony Pollard – 58%
Ezekiel Elliott – 49%
James Washington – 15%
Sean McKeon – 15%
Peyton Hendershot – 14%
Jake Ferguson – 11%

Texans

Phillip Dorsett – 82%
Chris Moore – 80%
Teagan Quitoriano – 71%
Amari Rodgers – 55%
Dameon Pierce – 55%
Jordan Akins – 53%
Jeff Driskel – 50%
Davis Mills – 50%
Dare Ogunbowale – 27%
O.J. Howard – 24%
Eno Benjamin – 12%
Rex Burkhead – 8%

Game 4 – Vikings 23 at Lions 34

Fantasy takeaway: D.J. Chark Week! 6 for 94 and 1 TD on 7 targets. He was more productive than Amon-Ra St. Brown, who led the team in targets (9), but ended with 6 grabs for 68 receiving yards. Josh Reynolds also scored (5-51, 6 targets) as did rookie Jameson Williams (1-41) on 1 of his 2 targets.

Other notes:

  • D’Andre Swift…back to not being back. Sigh. Totaled just 6 carries for 21 yards. Also saw only 4 targets, hauling in 3 for 18 yards. Jamaal Williams carried the ball 16 times for 37 yards and saw 1 target. Justin Jackson was the Lions RB that did score. He tallied 4 rushes for 19 yards and caught one pass for 12 yards.
  • Dalvin Cook averaged just 1.5 ypc against the Lions vastly improved run defense. 15 carries for 23 yards. He caught one pass for 13 yards but at least salvaged a fantasy day with a TD. Also saw all the work with an 89% opportunity share.
  • Justin Jefferson. Oh Lord. 11 catches for 223 yards on 15 targets. He is staking his claim as the No. 1 overall pick in 2023 fantasy football drafts.
  • Adam Thielen (7-65-1) and T.J. Hockenson (6-77) both earned 8 targets and were productive, with Kirk Cousins tossing for 425 yards.
  • K.J. Osborn also scored (5-38-1)

Next week: Lions at Jets, Vikings host Colts (Saturday)

Notable Snap Counts

Vikings

Kirk Cousins – 100%
T.J. Hockenson – 95%
Adam Thielen – 94%
Justin Jefferson – 94%
Dalvin Cook – 85%
K.J. Osborn – 74%
Alexander Mattison – 15%
Jalen Reagor – 11%
C.J. Ham – 9%

Lions

Jared Goff – 100%
Penei Sewell – 100%
Amon-Ra St. Brown – 87%
D.J. Chark – 86%
Josh Reynolds – 61%
Brock Wright – 57%
Jamaal Williams – 37%
D’Andre Swift – 36%
Shane Zylstra – 33%
Justin Jackson – 29%
James Mitchell – 20%
Jameson Williams – 19%
Kalif Raymond – 11%

Game 5 – Eagles 48 at Giants 22

Fantasy takeaway: Good day to be an Eagle. Everybody smashed. Miles Sanders erupted for 144 yards and 2 TDs on 17 carries. Added 3 targets. Boston Scott earned 6 carries for 33 yards and also scored. Kenneth Gainwell had one touch.

Other notes:

  • Jalen Hurts rushed 7 times for 77 yards and 1 TD. He also threw 2 more scores.
  • DeVonta Smith (5-64-1) on 8 targets and A.J. Brown (4-70-1) on 6 targets.
  • Saquon Barkley came into the game incredibly questionable and fantasy managers would have been better off had he just not played. 9 carries for 28 yards and 2 catches for 20 yards. 11 total touches.
  • Gary Brightwell had 6 touches and Matt Breida had 5 touches. Although 3 of the secondary RB touches came when Tyrod Taylor was in at QB.
  • Richie James Jr. led the Giants with 9 targets catching 7 for 61 and 1 TD (in garbage time). Still saw 7 targets before Daniel Jones was pulled.
  • Darius Slayton finished with just 2 catches for 42 yards on 3 targets. He was out-produced by Isaiah Hodgins, who caught 4 passes for 38 yards on 6 targets and scored.

Next week: Giants at Commanders (SNF), Eagles at Bears

Notable Snap Counts

Eagles

Jalen Hurts – 93%
DeVonta Smith – 91%
A.J. Brown – 85%
Jack Stoll – 69%
Miles Sanders – 66%
Grant Calcaterra – 57%
Quez Watkins – 47%
Zach Pascal – 28%
Boston Scott – 18%
Kenneth Gainwell – 18%
Gardner Minshew – 7%

Giants

Richie James – 91%
Isaiah Hodgins – 89%
Darius Slayton – 83%
Daniel Jones – 81%
Daniel Bellinger – 61%
Nick Vannett – 44%
Matt Breida – 36%
Gary Brightwell – 33%
Saquon Barkley – 31%
Tyrod Taylor – 19%

Game 6 – Ravens 16 at Steelers 14

Fantasy takeaway: JK Dobbins is back in business! The Ravens activated Dobbins off IR for Week 14 and he delivered a massive performance rushing 15 times for 120 yards and 1 score. Sub-50% opportunity share with the start in hand. Gus Edwards was also efficient (13-66) but didn’t score. Kenyan Drake had one carry for 1 yard but was the only RB with targets (2).

Other notes:

Next week: Ravens at Browns (Saturday), Steelers at Panthers

Notable Snap Counts

Ravens

Mark Andrews – 89%
Patrick Ricard – 74%
Josh Oliver – 69%
Tyler Huntley – 62%
Demarcus Robinson – 61%
Devin Duvernay – 57%
J.K. Dobbins – 43%
Anthony Brown – 38%
Gus Edwards – 34%
Isaiah Likely – 26%
DeSean Jackson – 18%
Kenyan Drake – 18%

Steelers

Diontae Johnson – 95%
Mitchell Trubisky – 85%
George Pickens – 76%
Najee Harris – 56%
Pat Freiermuth – 56%
Steven Sims – 47%
Zach Gentry – 45%
Jaylen Warren – 40%
Gunner Olszewski – 36%
Connor Heyward – 20%
Kenny Pickett – 15%
Benny Snell – 4%

Game 7 – Jaguars 36 at Titans 22

Fantasy takeaway: Trevor Lawrence didn’t deliver last week…but he more than made up for it in Week 14: 30-42 for 368 passing yards and 3 TDs (plus one rushing TD). Evan Engram had a career day: 11 catches for 162 on 15 targets and 2 TDs (35% target share). Zay Jones also rebounded in a big way, catching 8 balls for 77 yards on 12 targets.

Other notes:

  • Christian Kirk was underwhelming with others going #kaboom: 5 for 45 on 7 targets.
  • Travis Etienne compiled 17 rushes for 32 yards against a stout Titans front. He also saw zero targets. Still, his backup JaMycal Hasty had just 4 carries for 13 yards.
  • The breakout is here! Rookie tight end Chig Okonkwo caught all 6 of his targets for 45 yards and 1 TD. Although Austin Hooper did have more yardage (5-68) on one fewer target (5) while playing a slightly higher percentage of snaps (54% vs 49%) and running more routes (27 vs. 24).
  • But even in a split tight end room, Okonkwo ran a route on 52% of dropbacks.
  • Robert Woods: 5 for 49 on 7 targets.
  • Nick Westbrook-Ihkine led the Titans with 8 targets but caught just 3 for 23 yards. He did score.
  • Derrick Henry rushed 17 times for 121 yards and 1 TD. Also added 3 catches for 34 yards on 5 targets. But he rushed 3 times for 2 yards in the entire second half.

Next week: Jaguars host Cowboys, Titans at Chargers

Notable Snap Counts

Jaguars

Trevor Lawrence – 100%
Christian Kirk – 85%
Evan Engram – 79%
Zay Jones – 78%
Travis Etienne – 75%
Marvin Jones – 49%
Chris Manhertz – 42%
Jamycal Hasty – 25%
Dan Arnold – 21%
Jamal Agnew – 15%

Titans

Ryan Tannehill – 100%
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine – 96%
Robert Woods – 87%
Derrick Henry – 75%
Austin Hooper – 54%
Chigoziem Okonkwo – 49%
Chris Conley – 48%
Racey McMath – 33%
Geoff Swaim – 25%
Dontrell Hilliard – 13%
Julius Chestnut – 10%

Sunday Late Afternoon Slate

Game 8 – Chiefs 34 at Broncos 28

Fantasy takeaway: Jerry Jeudy Hattrick – All it took was a Courtland Sutton injury to unlock the Denver Broncos offense. Jerry Jeudy hauled in 3 TDs in Week 14, two of which came from Russell Wilson. He finished the day with 8 catches for 73 yards on a team-high 9 targets.

Other notes:

  • Greg Dulcich finished second on the Broncos with 8 targets but caught just 3 passes for 42 yards. Kendall Hinton followed up with 5-38 on 6 targets, but suffered a hamstring injury.
  • Among the Broncos backfield, Latavius Murray led with 8 carries for 32 yards alongside 5 targets (3 catches for -1 yards). Marlon Mack delivered the big play with a 66-yard catch-and-run on one of his 3 targets (2 catches). Mike Boone totaled 5 touches for 29 yards and also suffered a high-ankle sprain.
  • JuJu Smith-Schuster bounced back in a major fashion, catching 9 of 11 targets for 74 yards and 1 TD.
  • Jerick McKinnon also had a DAY! 7 catches for 112 yards on 9 targets and two TDs. Also added 6 for 22 as a rusher. He’s emerging as a legitimate threat in the KC passing offense.
  • But Isiah Pacheco is still the go-to guy on early downs, with a team-high 13 carries for 70 yards.

Next week: Chiefs at Texans, Broncos host Cardinals

Notable Snap Counts

Chiefs

Patrick Mahomes – 100%
Travis Kelce – 81%
JuJu Smith-Schuster – 81%
Justin Watson – 65%
Jerick McKinnon – 57%
Noah Gray – 57%
Marquez Valdes-Scantling – 51%
Isiah Pacheco – 43%
Skyy Moore – 40%
Michael Burton – 6%

Broncos

Russell Wilson – 86%
Kendall Hinton – 86%
Jerry Jeudy – 83%
Greg Dulcich – 75%
Brandon Johnson – 74%
Latavius Murray – 53%
Eric Tomlinson – 32%
Marlon Mack – 32%
Eric Saubert – 26%
Mike Boone – 15%
Brett Rypien – 14%
Jalen Virgil – 12%

Game 9 – Panthers 30 at Seahawks 24

Fantasy takeaway: D’Onta Foreman led the charge for the Carolina rushing attack with 21 carries for 74 yards but did not score. He split work with Chuba Hubbard (14-74-1) and Raheem Blackshear (4-32-1), who both scored. Hubbard also led the backfield with 3 catches for 25 yards on 3 targets.

Other notes:

  • Travis Homer started — not Tony Jones Jr., despite early reports on Sunday morning — and earned 9 rushes for 26 yards. Jones had one carry for 2 yards. Homer was also targeted thrice to Jones’ two targets.
  • D.J. Moore caught zero passes on 3 targets. Woof. No Carolina WR had more than 4 targets (Laviska Shenault) in the ground-heavy game plan.
  • DK Metcalf led Seattle’s passing game with 10 targets (5-71-1).
  • Marquise Goodwin stepped up (5-95-1) on 6 targets.
  • Tyler Lockett scored again (5-60-1) on 9 targets.
  • Noah Fant went catchless on 1 target.

Next week: Panthers host Steelers, Seahawks host 49ers (TNF)

Notable Snap Counts

Panthers

Sam Darnold – 100%
D.J. Moore – 96%
Terrace Marshall – 85%
Ian Thomas – 64%
D’Onta Foreman – 47%
Tommy Tremble – 40%
Shi Smith – 33%
Chuba Hubbard – 32%
Laviska Shenault – 29%
Stephen Sullivan – 25%
Raheem Blackshear – 19%

Seahawks

Geno Smith – 100%
Tyler Lockett – 93%
Travis Homer – 91%
DK Metcalf – 91%
Marquise Goodwin – 76%
Noah Fant – 56%
Will Dissly – 39%
Colby Parkinson – 31%
Tony Jones – 9%

Game 10 – Buccaneers 7 at 49ers 35

Fantasy takeaway: Christian McCaffrey went BONKERS. 14 carries for 119 yards and one rushing TD. Also added 2 catches for 34 yards and another beautiful TD-grab on a 27-yard throw from Brock Purdy. YLTSI. Jordan Mason didn’t record a carry until the third quarter (9:44). 5 of his carries came in with Josh Johnson in at quarterback.

Other notes:

  • Rachaad White started and carried the ball 13 times for 56 yards to Leonard Fournette‘s 4 carries for 13 yards. White (5 catches for 21 yards on 5 targets) and Fournette (6 catches for 33 yards on 7 targets) were both peppered in the passing game.
  • Chris Godwin (5-54) and Mike Evans (4-44) tied for team-lead 9 targets, but did next-to-little with the volume per usual. Although they ran poor. Evans had TD called back because of penalty and Russell Gage‘s TD score was intended for Godwin.
  • Deebo Samuel led the 49ers in targets (5), catches (4) and receiving yards (43) before being carted off the field. Fear is a high-ankle sprain that would likely sideline him for rest of fantasy season.
  • George Kittle (4-28) on 5 targets and Brandon Aiyuk (2-57) on 3 targets will likely see their volume increase if Samuel misses games the next upcoming weeks.

Notable Snap Counts

Buccaneers

Tom Brady – 100%
Chris Godwin – 91%
Mike Evans – 87%
Julio Jones – 72%
Cade Otton – 59%
Rachaad White – 53%
Leonard Fournette – 47%
Cameron Brate – 37%
Russell Gage – 33%
Scott Miller – 14%
Ko Kieft – 7%

49ers

Brock Purdy – 83%
George Kittle – 79%
Brandon Aiyuk – 78%
Christian McCaffrey – 70%
Kyle Juszczyk – 65%
Ray-Ray McCloud – 44%
Deebo Samuel – 43%
Jauan Jennings – 35%
Jordan Mason – 30%
Danny Gray – 21%
Josh Johnson – 17%

Next week: 49ers at Seahawks (TNF), Buccaneers host Bengals

Game 11 – Dolphins 17 at Chargers 23

Fantasy takeaway: Welcome back Mike Williams!  The Chargers big-bodied wideout made his long-awaited return to the starting lineup and deliver BIG under the lights. He caught all 6 of his targets for 116 receiving yards and 1 TD while running a route on 73% of the dropbacks. He seemed to be on a slight pitch count as he played fewer snaps than Josh Palmer (4-53 on 6 targets). Williams will be a strong play in Week 15 vs the pass-funnel Titans defense.

Other notes:

  • Keenan Allen commanded the most targets (14, 29% target share) catching 12 for 92 scoreless yards. He ran a route on all but 3 of Justin Herbert’s dropbacks.
  • Austin Ekeler out-touched Joshua Kelley 23 to 5, despite playing just 59% of the snaps. Ekeler scored on the ground (15-45-1) and caught all 8 of his targets for 59 yards.
  • Gerald Everett caught 5 of his 8 targets (17%) for 28 yards. The target number is great, but Everett’s lack of elite route participation (68%) will make him tougher to trust in the coming weeks with all the Chargers WRs now healthy.
  • A healthy Raheem Mostert drew his fourth consecutive start with Jeff Wilson Jr. on the roster and completely dominated the workload for a second straight week. Mostert out-carried Wilson 11 to 4, although neither was super effective. Mostert compiled 37 yards to Wilson’s 26 yards on the ground. Wilson also fumbled and was not targeted. Mostert ran more routes (73%) and commanded 1 target. However, the drastic workload split was heavily influenced by Wilson’s hip injury that forced him out of the entire second half. Both RBs had exactly 4 carries in the first half. Still, if Wilson is forced to miss anytime, we will likely see Mostert in a pseudo-bell-cow role as opposed to No. 3 RB Salvon Ahmed (1 carry on Sunday night) forcing a 50/50 split.
  • Durham Smythe out-snapped Mike Gesicki 59% vs. 39%. Gesicki caught zero balls on two targets while running a route on just 52% of dropbacks. He’s not a fantasy option.
  • Tyreek Hill led the Dolphins with a 42% target share despite battling an ankle injury. He posted 81 receiving yards on just 4 catches and scored twice. But there was definitely production left on the table considering he also saw over 150 air yards.
  • Jaylen Waddle disappointed again, despite leading the team in routes: 2 catches for 31 yards on 4 targets. His high playing time suggests he was not negatively impacted by his Week 13 leg injury.

Notable Snap Counts

Dolphins

Tua Tagovailoa – 100%
Jaylen Waddle – 84%
Raheem Mostert – 73%
Tyreek Hill – 67%
Trent Sherfield – 61%
Durham Smythe – 59%
Cedrick Wilson – 39%
Mike Gesicki – 39%
Alec Ingold – 39%
Jeffery Wilson – 16%
Freddie Swain – 14%
Salvon Ahmed – 10%

Chargers

Justin Herbert – 100%
Keenan Allen – 86%
Josh Palmer – 79%
Gerald Everett – 72%
Mike Williams – 65%
Austin Ekeler – 59%
Tre’ McKitty – 51%
Joshua Kelley – 40%
DeAndre Carter – 15%
Stone Smartt – 5%

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