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Deebo Samuel had a MONSTER game. The over on his 4.5 receptions prop was like taking candy from a baby. Although it was a bit closer than the final results indicate because Samuel was targeted a whopping 12 times, “only” caught six for 129 receiving yards and 1 TD. He dominated with a 35% target share and 44% air yards share – which is usually held by Aiyuk.
Following Samuel was tight end George Kittle, who actually led the team with seven receptions, posting 90 yards on 9 targets (26% target share, 43% air yards share).
Through three games, Samuel owns a 33% target share. And as long as he’s healthy, I don’t imagine that goes away. After all, he was the target share leader last season when Brock Purdy as the starting quarterback.
However, from a buy/sell standpoint, there’s never been a better time to sell high on Samuel or Kittle given their extremely boosted production with Aiyuk out. Given both their long injury track records – Samuel also suffered a rib injury on Thursday night and is currently listed as day-to-day – I think it’s at least worth entertaining to see what you can acquire in return for either 49ers stud.
Always bet on the double-digit home dogs….
Arizona came up with the big home upset with James Conner operating as a bell cow per usual – 16 touches for over 100 yards and TD. 64% snap share.
He’s in the top-5 in touches this season and 3rd in rushing yards. But I did think it was slightly noteworthy that we did see a little bit more action from the backups who combined for 7 touches. With SF up next, don’t hate the idea of trading Conner as a “sell high.” Also, his injury track record precedes itself.
D.J. Moore is an obvious sell-high candidate given his back-to-back productive weeks. Seems likely he’s due for some regression, so I’d sell if able. Still, if you can’t get anything worthwhile in return, he will likely just settle into the fantasy WR2 range when it’s all said and done. But as bad as Denver is…a potential matchup versus cornerback Patrick Surtain is not one I want to play Moore in. Through three games, Moore only has a 20% target share averaging five targets per game.
I’d still try to sell high (now sell even higher) on Raheem Mostert given his injury history, 31-year-old age and Jeff Wilson Jr. lurking. I’d try to buy De’Von Achane (but it’s probably not likely he can be acquired for anything reasonable). Although it’s a committee right now, nobody will be surprised to see the super explosive rookie supplant the veteran RB.
Obviously Mostert has a slight lean (he came out of the game with starters while Achane stayed in with Mike White in Week 3) but the reading is on the wall of how this backfield will shake out in a few weeks. Achane also out-touched Mostert in the red zone, 8 to 3.