Snaps Per Minute Week 7 to 1 2017

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By John Bush

Snaps Per Minute Week 7 to 1 2017    

Snaps Per Minute Week 7 to 1 2017 report covers players like running backs, wide receivers and tight ends in a team’s lineup.  A majority of snaps are going to what players and which ones are in line to produce statistically weekly in fantasy football. The Snaps per Minute of Possession report will help you: identify the early leaders for such production.

Identify the early leaders for such production. 

Identify Weekly Change at the Team, Positional and Player Levels

The Snap Report can be a positive indicator because it’s easier for players to score more when given the opportunity.

Conversely, the weekly ‘Snap Report’ can identify when players fall out of favor or when game flow or player movement occurs due to injuries.

It’s useful to compare the weekly snap leaders to rushing attempt leaders and target leaders to get a feel for how a player is used for fantasy football purposes. See other reports


Team Level Snaps Per Minute

This is a data “Snapshot” of each teams activities and speed of play. The Avg Team Snaps/Minute give insight into the team’s speed. A highly involved player on a fast team is worth knowing!

SF. CLE, ARI, MIN, NE, TB, HOU and BUF are the Fastest NFL teams through week 7. Again key players in those teams are being given more opportunity.

The slowest teams (CAR, KC, PHI, NYJ, CIN, WAS, PIT and ATL) certainly have key players but they must be more efficient to overcome the slow team pace.

Players from slower teams that are highly ranked may be worth more than thought. Dynasty players take note here!

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Seasonal Analysis of Changes in Team Speed

Faster Teams might give players more chances to score! I present all NFl team’s

First 4 Games Team Speed (Snaps Per Min)

vs

the Last Three Games Snaps per Minutes

The change metric this week measures the global change in team speed! DET has really sped up! 0.56 vs the second team IND at .38! Can this mean more fantasy goodness?

Note the teams who have slowed down. If you are focused on what happened early in the season and expect it to continue, that may not be likely.

Clearly, CLE, LAC, JAX, ARI, SEA, NYG, and MIA have slowed down. Now, this data is a mixture. Teams like SEA, LAC, and JAX are slow offensively due to their Great Defenses!  But the CLE, ARI, NYG, and MIA are Teams with big changes in these team! Injuries etc.

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Team Average Positional Snaps Per Minute and Team Usage. 

Given a 7 Week Window, we have a good idea now of how teams will use their positions in terms of snaps per minute!

I have that data color-coded and nicely presented!  Waiver Wire Tie Breaker and Trade Analysis.

Tend to use players whose team has a nice level of usage for that position! ie BAL TE! Find the others! 


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TEAM vs Positional Speed in Snaps per Minute

Use these tables to determine what teams are faster at using their RB, TE, and WRs. Faster could equal more chances to score! The % Change focuses on the short term while the average looks across the entire season. I have included a nice visual view of this data to further burn into your thinking!

Running Backs


NOTE RB Highest Speed and Usage Changes (Last 3 Games vs Early Season)

were found in NO, CIN, LAC, MIN, NYG, and NE.

While the lowest team’s are CAR, TB, DEN, ATL, NYJ, and BUF.

Why? Be cautious on those teams that are on the low end! 

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TIGHT ENDs

NOTE TEs Highest Speed Changes were found in CHI, PIT, NYJ, LAC, and TB

AVOID – SF, DET, IND, GB, NE, and LAR. I remain worried about many of the TEs from these teams! 

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WIDE Receivers

NOTE WRs Highest Speed Changes were found in DEN, DET, SF, IND, CAR, BUF and LAR.

Given the WRs usage Golladay maybe a sly pickup again. Find Others! 

Caution on NO WRs, CHI, NYG, and PIT. What is going on in these teams?

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Players Snaps per Minute Segmented by Position

The following are all the RBs, TEs, and WRs who recorded a snap in weeks 3 to 7.  I am focusing on the last 5 weeks to get to the “now” information! 

In the tables below, Running Backs, Tight Ends, and Wide Receivers position snap numbers are presented.

Green coloring of the Snaps Per Minute numbers denotes the players at the top of the position of the weekly snap count while red coloring of the weekly snap numbers denotes the players at the bottom of the position snap count. 

Running Backs

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Tight Ends

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Wide Receivers

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Player vs. Team Landscapes of Usages as measured by Snaps per Minute!

Color-coded view of each team’s positional players and their Snaps per Minute. Easily compare the Team’ RBs TEs, and or WRs. Spot the surprises.

Wavier Wire fodder and information for dropping and adding players.

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