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Here are all the players we’re buying and selling this week. And below let’s take a closer look at a few players to trade this week.
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Players to Sell
Josh Jacobs, with an 83% snap count, led the rushing attack with 116 yards on 27 carries, averaging 4.3 yards per attempt and achieving a long run of 40 yards. DeAndre Carter and Tre Tucker added to the ground game with 15 and 9 yards respectively on a single carry each.
Don’t hate the idea of selling high on Jacobs. The Raiders are going to be inconsistent with a rookie QB and he still has his bye week coming up. The schedule isn’t great for RBs overall.
Derrick Henry, typically a dominant force in the run game, was limited to just 24 yards on 11 carries, averaging a mere 2.2 yards per attempt. His longest run was only 8 yards. Tyjae Spears provided some support with 18 yards on 5 carries, averaging 3.6 yards per carry, including a long run of 15 yards.
We also saw the same typical snap share where Henry got out-snapped by Spears with the team trailing (60% vs 43%).
Chris Moore (WR) – 83%
DeAndre Hopkins (WR) – 79%
Andrew Rupcich (T) – 71%
Nick Westbrook-Ikhine (WR) – 62%
Tyjae Spears (RB) – 60%
Chigoziem Okonkwo (TE) – 54%
Josh Whyle (TE) – 43%
Derrick Henry (RB) – 43%
Trevon Wesco (TE) – 35%
Kyle Philips (WR) – 35%
— Andrew Erickson™ (@AndrewErickson_) November 13, 2023
Don’t love the next road matchup for the Titans run game, but then they are home free from Week 12 onward. CAR, IND, MIA, HOU including 3 games at home. Although Seattle Week 16 might be tough even though it’s also at home.
The FantasyPros SOS tool likes the schedule a ton for Henry, as it ranks top-3 tied with KC and NYJ.
Kenneth Walker III led the ground attack with 19 carries for 63 yards, averaging 3.3 yards per carry with his longest run being 13 yards. Totaled 4 red-zone carries. Zach Charbonnet added a significant boost with 44 yards on 6 carries, averaging 7.3 yards per attempt.
Walker, apart from his rushing duties, made a substantial impact in the passing game with a 64-yard touchdown reception on one of his 2 targets.
Charbonnet caught 4 passes for 18 yards (5 targets). It was the first time his route participation was this high (61%) and it finally turned into actual targets. As a result for the third straight game, Charbs also out-snapped Walker (52% vs 42%).
The Rams, 49ers, Cowboys and 49ers again are on deck for Seattle for the next four weeks.
Considering all of these games Seattle will either be close road favorites or straight underdogs, which does not project well for Walker as the team’s early-down back. Sell high after he ripped off the massive TD reception
Chris Olave was a significant target in the receiving game, catching 6 of his 9 targets (23% target share) for 94 yards, including a 26-yard touchdown reception (2 red-zone targets). 182 total air yards (45%). He actually had another big catch nullified due to an offensive offsides penalty.
All of his production came in the second half. He had zero first-half targets. Carr actually got hurt on his first throw to Olave. Sell high on Olave after his big game with Winston at QB. Because that is not going to be the case after the bye week.
Lamar Jackson led the rushing efforts with 8 carries for 41 yards, averaging 5.1 yards per attempt.
His longest run was 9 yards. Keaton Mitchell added a significant boost with 34 yards and a touchdown on 3 carries, including a long run of 39 yards. Only played 24% of the snaps.
Gus Edwards also contributed with 24 yards and a touchdown on 11 carries (3 red-zone carries). 52% snap share.
In the first half, Mitchell had only 2 carries but for 32 yards and 1 TD. Also has a 32-yard catch (and dropped a TD) on 2 targets. Saw another deep target that was intercepted (negated due to penalty).
Edwards had 6 carries for 14 yards. Hill with one first-half carry with two overall. Hill played 26% of the snaps and had a TD nullified due to a penalty.
Mitchell continues to be put in position to deliver splash plays, but expecting him to get overloaded with touches probably won’t be the case. He is going to see a handful of touches every week based on his explosiveness, but I don’t think it goes more than that while the other RBs remain healthy. However, I think he is viewed ahead of Hill.
The fact that this backfield looks more like a three-headed monster wants me to sell high on Gus Edwards.
George Kittle was a standout in the receiving corps, catching 3 passes on 4 targets (15% target share) for 116 yards, including a long touchdown reception of 66 yards. Brandon Aiyuk also made a significant impact with 55 yards and a touchdown on 3 receptions (3 targets). He remains super efficient and needs to sought after in trades as a result before your league’s trade deadline.
Rinse and repeat folks. After Kittle BOOMs, you sell high. And the same can be said for Samuel if you can get a strong return on an injury-prone WR. Because neither of these guys commanded high target shares in Week 10.
Raheem Mostert carried the ball 12 times for 85 yards and scored one touchdown versus KC in Week 9. The team totaled 117 rushing yards. No other Miami RB saw more than 3 carries (Salvon Ahmed). Although it needs to be noted for a second straight game, Mostert was a zero in the passing game (1 target). Jeff Wilson Jr. commanded four targets, and Ahmed earned 3. And unlike a week ago, Mostert ran fewer routes than Ahmed. He played 56% of the snaps for the second straight game.
Miami is showing that they want to use a committee and I don’t think it will work favorably for Mostert when De’Von Achane returns likely after the Week 10 bye week. He is designated to return, potentially as soon as this week.
Jaylen Warren led the rushing attack with 15 carries for 101 yards, averaging an impressive 6.7 yards per carry and scoring a touchdown. His longest run was 20 yards. Najee Harris was also effective, rushing for 82 yards and a touchdown on 16 carries, with his longest run being 24 yards (2 red-zone carries). Harris has scored 3 TDs in the last four games. Use that to sell high.
Harris led with 11 first-half carries to Warren’s 6. In the 2nd half, Warren out-carried Harris 9 to 5. Warren was getting the rock when they were trying to burn GB’s timeouts. Still appears like a true 50/50 split, rather than a 1A/1B situation. Both guys played 51% of the snaps. But more importantly, it was the highest snap share Warren has seen all season at 51%. The genie is out of the bottle. Buy Warren and sell Najee.
In addition to his standout rushing performance, Warren was involved in the passing game with 4 targets, resulting in 2 receptions for 9 yards. Ran more routes than Harris. He also finished second in total rushing EPA in Week 10. His stock is firmly on the rise.
Brian Robinson Jr. led the rushing attack with 8 carries for 38 yards, averaging 4.8 yards per carry. His longest run was 15 yards. Antonio Gibson contributed 13 yards on 4 carries. BRob did all his damage as a receiver (surprisingly).
He caught all 6 of his targets for 119 yards, including a 51-yard touchdown reception. Gibson also made a significant impact in the passing game with 42 yards and a touchdown on 5 receptions from 6 targets.
Gibson ran 3 more routes (20 vs 23) so I’d bet his receiving role is much sticker than Robinson’s rest of the season. Especially because it was Gibson’s third straight game with 5 targets and 5 catches. His new role is hurting the WRs, like Curtis Samuel.
Robinson’s receiving role from a routes perspective didn’t change from the week prior, so I’d sell high after a likely flukey receiving game.
Jerome Ford led the ground game with 17 carries for 107 yards, averaging an impressive 6.3 yards per carry with his longest run being 28 yards. He earned 64% of the snaps. It was the first time Ford was efficient although it was somewhat bloated by a 28-yard run.
Ford, in addition to his rushing duties, caught one pass for 2 yards. Wouldn’t expect such a low number when he ran a route on 59% of dropbacks. Hunt had zero targets (1 negated by penalty).
Ford remains the back to own in Cleveland, while Hunt is super TD dependent.
Considering touches/targets/snaps are more predictable and sticky week over week, I’d likely be a buyer/holder of Ford while looking to sell HIGH on Hunt and his recent TD production of 6 scores in the last five games. Ford looks underpriced on DK at just $5,200.
Tyler Lockett saw 7 of his 8 targets (32%) in the first half but was not efficient, 3 for 32. Lockett’s getting a solid target share but his efficiency marks are showing signs of decline.
Chuba Hubbard led the rushing attempts with 9 carries for 23 yards, averaging a horrible 2.6 yards per attempt while playing 50% of the snaps. Miles Sanders (38% snap share) and Raheem Blackshear (12% snap share) also participated in the ground game, turning this backfield into an utter disaster. Sanders had 2 carries for -5 yards, while Blackshear went 2 for 7. Woof. They combined for 5 targets altogether, while Sanders ran the most routes.
The Panthers were constantly rotating their running backs seemingly between every snap. Double Woof.
The Panthers also have a bottom-6 schedule ranking for the rest of the season for fantasy RBs. Get out of this backfield.
Devin Singletary led the rushing attack with 30 (checks notes, twice, three times) carries for 150 yards, averaging 5.0 yards per carry and scoring a touchdown on one of his 3 red-zone rushes. His longest run was 22 yards. No other RB had a carry. Added 2 targets. Mike Boone commanded 3 targets. Let’s just say, I hope you didn’t drop him after a lackluster Week 9.
Dameon Pierce season might be over before Week 11. But that’s no reason you cannot take advantage and look to flip Singletary off a career game. There’s a non-zero chance that this backfield turns more into a split when Pierce returns. Not like Singletary has a long track record of maintaining workhorse status as a team’s RB1.
Regardless, he will be stone-cold chalk at $5,300 on DraftKings versus Arizona if Pierce misses another game.