Week 3 Snaps Report

Week 3 Snaps Report

Week 3 Snaps Report. My weekly Snaps report always begins with a focus onto Team Speed (Snaps per Second of Possession) and Targets. I have seen a trend of faster teams are passing more vs slower teams are rushing more. This is a general trend not etched in stone. In fact, teams that break the trend can be the most interesting.

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Week 3 Snaps Report. Team Average Snaps/Second vs Sum of Targets

Week 3 Snaps Report.  I sorted the Teams by Fast to Slow and colorized the team names The fastest teams through week 3 are DAL/MIN/NYJ/ARI/NYG/ATL/LAC/HOU vs the slowest teams are SF/GB/NE/BAL/IND/CHI/JAX/PIT/LVR.

Also to “see” targets I noted the top 13 teams in targets with a red X. 8/13 of the top targeting teams are in the top 16 fastest teams while 5 top targeting teams are in the bottom 16 slowest teams. 

The Teams that run counter to the trends are also interesting. Min is fast but low in targets. Why? Passing not working? Lower Pass-Catching? Game Scripts poor? Note the potential for changes may be in these trend breakers. Watch! 

A naps Week 4 Figures

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Team Speed vs Total Targets

Week 3 Snaps Report. The combo graph presents team speed with a red line with blue circles. Also the green line charts the target sums. I also place the target average of 102 with a pink line and highlight teams above average in targets with a light blue star. 

Again note the trends and trend breakers for line-ups and DFS plays. 

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Team Position Usages, Ratios of Usages vs RBs, and Team Positional Speeds.

I list each team’s :

  • Positions RB TE WR
  • Positional Use % of Total
  • Usage Ratios of TE and WR vs RB
  • Positional Speeds (Snaps per Seconds)

Week 3 Snaps Report. I use at a glance metrics to “see” teams trends. Top-down approaches for lien-ups and DFS plays is my way! In these metrics, I suggest using players higher used and a fast pace. I propose that can mean more player opportunities!

Also, flip the script and see the poor usages and move these players out of lineups and DFS plays. Again as a general trend. Drill down for further metrics to make final decisions! Use my targets/touch report and rankings reports later in the week! 

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Example analysis.

  • ARI RB use weaker. Drake under performing? Changes?
  • ATL low RB usages. Gurley going to improve? Hill coming in to give a RBBC?
  • BAL loves it TEs and not RBs. Ingram improves?
  • BUF weak TE usages and RB highly used. Zack Moss a long term stash? 

Go through and note the obvious and extremes. This is not hard as I have placed it out for you. 🙂

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Team Level Player SNAP Analysis Within Positions

Week 3 Snaps Report.

These Team tables have the following:

  • Team
  • Position
  • Week 1, 2 and 3 Player Snaps
  • Player Season Snap Totals
  • DIFFs Week 3 vs Week 2 Changes (improving or declining?)

More toward improving highly used players and away for the players that are lowly used and declining in Snaps!

Look for DIFF that are in the extremes. For example KS Johnson in ARI 46 Snaps Week 3? Why? Kirk gone? Yes! Isabella is improving also!

Look at ratios for example Drake vs Edmonds ratio had grown smaller from week 1 to 3? Weaker Drake? Caution?

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Positional Based Player SNAPs By Week, Grand Snap Totals and Recent DIFFs

I look for surprises, extremes, variations, trends, and DIFFs. Note the positives and negatives!

My Metrics are present for your research as my philosophy is you gain more in working through the data vs me or other handing it to you. The effort usually means improving FF play skills!

Let your league mates continue to be “handfed” their plays! You will be deeper and know the reasons why many are moving to a player or away from a player!

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Running Backs

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Players DIFFs in Week 3 vs 2 Snaps

I present the highs and lows from Player DIFFs. Use to move toward improving players in lineups and DFS plays.

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Singletary up with Moss out!

Hines back in Week 3

Freeman will improve week 4 in SNAPs

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Tight Ends

Dwelley a gamble for Kittle in SF?

Ertz up in SNAPS with Goedert out!

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Wide Receivers

  • Ward/Hightower in PHI
  • Golladay Returned
  • Zaccheaus in ATL for Gage
  • Claypool up in PIT

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Player SNAPs vs PPR Scoring Efficiency With Teams

I use to find the best players highly used and scoring well! Avoid the opposite players. Concerns are Highly used player but low scorers or low used high soring players. These last two are a problems. I assume usages trumps scoring and highly used players with get theirs? However, not always. Find out the why?

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For Example in ARI.

  • Edmonds Scoring vs Drake?
  • Weak TEs
  • Isabella a Fluke? D Hop is nice at 44 scoring. He is a true number one!
  • Scan for your knowledge in line-ups and DFS plays.

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Players Highest PRR Scoring Efficiency Through Week 3.

Key list for DFS plays for sure. Lineups are also done moving toward the key scorers.

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