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Fantasy Football Player Notes

Week 14 Rankings

Stefon Diggs Note
Stefon Diggs photo 15. Stefon Diggs WR - (vs . NYJ)
Diggs is the WR1 in fantasy, commanding a whooping 30.1% target share (sixth-highest) and 36.3% air yard share (13th). Diggs is sixth in deep targets and first in red zone looks among wide receivers. Diggs has finished as a WR1 in all but four games this season. Diggs is third in PFF receiving grade and second in yards per route run (minimum 25 targets). Diggs is a WR1 that will run about 66% of his routes against D.J. Reed (55.6% catch rate, 74.4 passer rating) and Sauce Gardner (43.9% catch rate, 48.6 passer rating).
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Gabe Davis Note
Gabe Davis photo 47. Gabe Davis WR - (vs . NYJ)
Davis is the WR30 in fantasy with a 17.1% target share and 28.2% air yard share. Davis' field stretching ability is viable every week as he's 13th among wide receivers in deep targets. This isn't the matchup to look for a big Davis week, as the Jets are fourth in deep ball completion rate allowed. The Bills have also tried getting him more involved in the red zone. Davis has seen five of his seven red zone targets over the last four games. Davis is a WR3 that will run about 89% of his routes against Reed and Gardner.
23 hours ago
Devin Singletary Note
Devin Singletary photo 55. Devin Singletary RB - (vs . NYJ)
Last week, Singletary saw his lowest snap mark (44%) of the season. He finished with 13 rushing attempts (51 yards) and two targets. Singletary enjoyed some high usage weeks in the passing game, but that has dried up as he hasn't garnered more than two targets in a game since Week 9. Singletary has varied from average to below average in most efficiency metrics this season. He's 30th in yards after contact per attempt, 26th in breakaway run rate, and 33rd in PFF's elusive rating. Singletary is also ranked 30th in yards per route run and 33rd in yards created per touch. If the declining usage from last week sticks, he'll be a low-end RB3 moving forward. With the looming threat of that being the new normal, it's impossible to consider him as anything more.
23 hours ago
James Cook Note
James Cook photo 72. James Cook RB - (vs . NYJ)
This could be a usage mirage or the beginning of a breakout for Cook. Last week he managed his highest snap count of the season (43%) while piling up 20 touches and 105 total yards. He also led the backfield in routes and red zone opportunities. Cook's talent is real, as he's been one of the most elusive backs in the NFL. He's 13th in yards after contact per attempt, third in breakaway rate, and 11th in PFF's elusive rating (minimum 50 carries). Among running backs with at least 15 targets, he's third in yards per route run and target per route run rate. The Jets have not been kind to running backs, but they have softened some over the last few games. Since Week 10, they are sixth in rushing success rate, but New York over that stretch is also 17th in rushing yards per game, 18th in EPA per rush, and 21st in explosive run rate allowed. Cook is an RB3 with RB2 upside.
23 hours ago
Isaiah McKenzie Note
Isaiah McKenzie photo 86. Isaiah McKenzie WR - (vs . NYJ)
McKenzie has finally earned consistent usage after his snaps have been a roller coaster all season. Since Week 12, McKenzie has had a 20.8% target share and 71% route run rate with 2.26 yards per route run. He has finished as a WR3 or higher in three games this season. McKenzie is heavily involved in the red zone for Buffalo. He has five total touchdowns (17th) and ranks 13th in red zone targets among wide receivers despite his part-time role for much of the year. McKenzie is a WR3/4 that will run about 71% of his routes against Michael Carter (74.1% catch rate, 83.6 passer rating).
23 hours ago
Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 97. Dawson Knox TE - (vs . NYJ)
Add New York to the flight restriction list. Knox is in for a long day at the office. Knox is TE23 in fantasy points per game with an 11.1% target share and only five red zone looks (31st). Knox has three TE1 weeks on his resume, but don't expect him to add a fourth this week. The Jets are fifth in DVOA, limiting tight ends to the 12th-lowest yards per reception and zero touchdowns. The Bills and Jets are the only defenses in the NFL yet to give up a touchdown to a tight end. Knox is a TE2.
23 hours ago
Nyheim Hines Note
Nyheim Hines photo 165. Nyheim Hines RB - (vs . NYJ)
Hines only managed three touches, 18 total yards, and 31% of the snaps played last week. Yes, two of his opportunities came in the red zone, but that's impossible to bank on as a reason to consider him in your fantasy lineup. Hines can be cut to the waiver wire if you need the space on your roster.
23 hours ago
Khalil Shakir Note
Khalil Shakir photo 191. Khalil Shakir WR - (vs . NYJ)
Reggie Gilliam Note
Reggie Gilliam photo 235. Reggie Gilliam RB,TE - (vs . NYJ)
Quintin Morris Note
Quintin Morris photo 277. Quintin Morris TE - (vs . NYJ)
John Brown Note
John Brown photo 295. John Brown WR - (vs . NYJ)
Tommy Sweeney Note
Tommy Sweeney photo 304. Tommy Sweeney TE - (vs . NYJ)
Duke Johnson Jr. Note
Duke Johnson Jr. photo 322. Duke Johnson Jr. RB - (vs . NYJ)
Taiwan Jones Note
Taiwan Jones photo 354. Taiwan Jones RB - (vs . NYJ)