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Derrick Henry aka the Big Dog eats for 80 rushing yards and 1 TD on 25 carries. 3 catches on 4 targets and 15 yards. Saw his snaps climb back up to 71% after a low rate in Week 1. 28 total touches.
No.2 RB Tyjae Spears more than doubled his touches from a week ago, totaling 10 (8 carries, two receptions). Efficient rushing the ball 8 times for 49 rushing yards (37% snap share). The fact that Spears is this involved alongside a healthy Henry just tells you how talented and excited the team is for him. Think Spears’ constant involvement will cause issues for Henry sooner rather than later.
That was the case in Week 3…The Tennessee Titans fell behind 13-3 in the first half and it was lack luster day for Henry. 11 carries for just 20 yards. Zero targets.Spears out-snapped him in the first half – four carries for 6 yards. He also had four catches for 3 yards on 4 targets with the team facing negative game script.
Spears would go onto to out-snap Henry by a grand total of 56% to 38% in Week 3. Henry has now been out-snapped in two of three games by Spears. He has one game with above 50% snap share this season.
If Henry is their best player on offense, why is he not getting the ball more? Are the Titans losing faith? Either way, Spears constant usage is not going away and will hinder Henry for the rest of the season. The offensive line is still horrible. I’d be selling Henry for those that think he has true fantasy RB1 upside. Looks to me like a fantasy RB2 given his current situation.
Rookie Tank Dell came away with the big day again! Leading the team in targets (24%) for the second straight game, catching 5 balls for 145 yards including a 68-yard TD on 7 targets. 56% air yards share and 136 total air yards. He could have had an even BIGGER game. Tackled near the one-yard line. And anybody that watched could clearly see that C.J. Stroud was looking for Dell early and often.
Rico Dowdle earned 7 touches on just 14% of the snaps. Make sure he’s not available on waivers or add him as a throw-in for a trade as a high-end handcuff.
Rookie Marvin Mims was super-efficient again – 3 catches for 73 yards along with a special teams score – on just five targets. Mims doubled Jeudy’s first-half targets (4 vs 2). Mims led all Broncos WRs in receiving yards in the first half (68). He played a grand total of 15 snaps (24% snap share). Same exact snap share as last week. At least he ran more routes (11 vs. 6).
Up to 28% route participation. Ahead of Lil’Jordan Humphrey!
Through three games, Mims has a 9% target share. In yet, he leads the team in receiving yards (195) and air yards (221). Sean Payton, your team is 0-3. Can we maybe have your best player on offense player more than a quarter of the snaps? Enough of the Brandon Johnson nonsense.
In all seriousness, I think we see Mims’ role increase sooner rather than later. The Chicago Bears defense is the perfect get-right spot for the Broncos offense, which honestly hasn’t been the team’s biggest issue. Add or trade for Mims ASAP before his snaps increase and he turns into his final form.