Week 10 Snaps Report

Week 10 Snaps Report

Week 10 Snaps Report. The use of this report for fantasy is multi-fold:

  1. Team Speed vs. Passing or Rushing
  2. Team Positional Usages (Teams variation in RB/TE/WR)
  3. Player Snaps by Week
  4. Changes in Player Snaps (Improve or Declines)
  5. All these information aids in your Line-Ups and DFS plays in week 11

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Week 10 Snaps Report Team Average SNAPs vs. Average Targets

Week 10 Snaps Report. The metrics below focus on a team’s speed and target production. I have seen trends of more targets in faster teams and fewer targets from slower teams.

Faster teams, however, may score less real points as I have evidence of a negative correlation between team speed and points scored per game. Teams that are scoring less are trying to using passing to catch up vs. teams that are winning tend to slow down. 

The faster teams should focus on acquiring deeper players, especially in PPR leagues, while slower teams trend deep pass-catcher player avoidance. Rule of Thumb!

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The Following Table contains: 

  • Week 5 to 10 Average Team Snaps per Second (SPS)
  • Overall Average SPS
  • Scaled SPS –
  • Fast Teams are MIN/ARI/DEN/DAL/LAR – Green
  • Slower Teams are MIA/LV/ATL/NO/GB/CAR/LAC – Red
  • Late vs. Early (Speed Improving to Declining)
  • Last 2 Weeks of Play SPS Differences. 

Actionable: I use this information to acquire deeper assets in the faster teams. Additionally, I use to find DFS “gamble” plays as well. Beware DAL WRs as they can be surprises in your playoffs. 

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Team SPS Bar Graph

Week 10 Snaps Report. The visual graph tracks the team’s speed. I use these metrics to acquire deeper WRs in faster, higher targeting teams!

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Team SPS Changes Late vs. Early / Last 2 Weeks Played

I like to see which teams are speeding up or slowing down. Slow team speeding up or Fast team slowing down point out significant changes that will not be so noticeable to the public. Always strive to be a week or 2 ahead of the crowd. I use these metrics for that purpose. 

Below, the Team Name is colorized by their overall last 6 week SPS Green vs. Red. Thus DEN, a speedy team, has increased in their SPS vs. MIA, a slow team has recently sped up. More Targets implied then. Looking at Grant the WR as a bench stash. Note PIT also has sped up and has its 3 WRs viable recently. 

The extreme side Teams-SEA/HOU etc.-  are Faster Team that have slowed down – watch for target drops and move to rush? 

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Week 10 SEASONAL REVIEW

I have gathered some metrics I use for my landscape views. This table contains:

  • Team
  • Points/G
  • Average Snaps Per Game (Speed)
  • Total Yards Per Game
  • Rushing Attempt Per Game
  • Targets Per Game
  • Rushing vs. Targeting (Ratio R/T)
  • Defense Yards Per Game Allowed

I sorted this table by Points Per Game Scored. Blue – Red.

  • High Scoring Teams are Seattle/KC/GB/NO/PIT/ARI/TB.
  • Low Scoring Teams are NE/DEN/WAS/NYG/CHI/NYJ

I note some takeaways. Speed is inversely associated with Points Scored per Game. Yards per Game is associated with points scored. Yards per Game associates somewhat with team speed. Targets are higher in faster teams. 

Use for Line-Ups and DFS plays. 

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Annotated Key Metrics of Speed/Scoring/Rush vs. Passing

This is homework for my readers. Read each line aloud and consider the next week’s games. 

Example: MIN is a fast team that uses rushing but does score on an average level. ARI is a fast team that uses rushing to scoring highly. Those 2 teams are alike but have a different result in scoring. RBs should focus on rushing teams and pass-catchers in passing teams in waivers, lineups, and DFS. 

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Team Positional SNAP Usages, Speed, and Ratio of TE/RB and WR/RB.

Week 10 Snaps Report.  I use these metrics to check the usage of all my players by positions. Am I ignoring the data and instead of using name recognition or last year’s result bias? Look to the extreme? Confirm with the Bar Graph to see the landscape of positional usages.

Additionally, I tracked the TE and WR Ratios vs. RB usages and highlighted the high ratios by green colorization and low by red. Remember, this is a beginning in your weekly process, and always notes the scoring levels.

Collect these team usage extremes and scan through your players. Trade for higher used players. DFS plays for week 10 should be modified using these metrics.

The Blocks of 4 Teams (Alphabetical) contain:

  • TEAM
  • POS RB/TE/WR
  • % of TEAM POS Snap Usages
  • Average of Snaps/Second of Offensive Play
  • The Ratio of %Usages vs. the RB Positions TE vs. RB and WR vs. RB. Stained for top 20% and bottom 20% League Average Ratios with Green and Red Shading and Numbering
  • Bar Graph for Visual Learning of all Team Positional Usages

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For example, Ratio Extremes in 

  • BAL TE                                   HIGH
  • ARI RB and TE                     HIGH and LOW
  • BUF RB                                  HIGH
  • BUF TE WR                            LOW

I colorized these spots in the following Bar Graphs by green/red colorization and numbering.

  1. Great for DFS in week 11 plays.  Also, any kind of streaming to be used should include these metrics for final decisions. 
  2. Move to higher usages and away from lower usages. These are across the season and give a broad view of a team. Compare of course to last week’s data as well. 

 

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ARI/ATL/BAL/BUF

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I colorized the team positions that are the extremes  of high and low (green vs. red)

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CAR/CHI/CIN/CLE

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DAL/DEN/DET/GB

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HOU/IND/JAX/KC

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LAC/LAR/LV/MIA

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MIN/NE/NO/NYG

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NYJ/PHI/PIT/SEA

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SF/TB/TEN/WAS

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Running Back % Usages and Speed.

High RB Teams BUF/CHI/ARI/JAX/TB/NO/DAL/GB

 

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Tight End % Usages and Speed

High TE Teams are BAL/PIT/MIN/LV/MIA/NYG/ATL/TEN/PHI/LAR

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Wide Receivers % Usages and Speed

High WR Teams are NE/SEA/KC/DET/NYJ/DEN/SF?JAX/LAC

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Player Level Snaps Weeks 5 to 10 Within Their Teams.

Week 10 Snaps Report.  These tables contain:

  • Team
  • Position
  • Player
  • Weeks 5 to 10 Snaps      –    Green to Red
  • Season Snap Average  –    Blue to Red
  • DIFF  Snap Change in Last 2 Games Played –  Purple to Yellow

Actionable metrics for trades, DFS plays, and Waiver Acquisitions or Drops. Moving to the higher used players is the suggested trend.

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Players Recent Difference and Late vs. Early Season Diffence Snaps 

Week 10 Snaps Report.  Use to confirm the player’s worth across the league within the position.  Extremes in Recent Usages? 

Sorted by Position and Late vs. Early Differences. Key Improvement! I use it for DFS and Line-Ups. These differences are not so obvious. Consider these players if available. 

These Blocks Include:

  • Team
  • Position
  • Player
  • Average Snaps 5 to 10 Weeks
  • Last 2 Weeks Played DIFF 

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Running Backs

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TIGHT ENDS

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Wide Receivers

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