In my weekly target share article, I track and update as many receiving stats and metrics as I can and try to highlight players who may be more interesting recently as well as those who could start seeing a drop in production.
I update the Opportunity Tracker at the start of every week so be sure to hang onto the link and peruse it at your leisure.
Below are some of my thoughts on those gaining, losing and maintaining opportunity.
Let’s dig in.
Data and Links
I’m writing my opinion on data. You can, and should disagree at will. I hope these are links that can help you do that.
You can see snapshots of the receiving opportunity for all 32 NFL teams here: https://twitter.com/pahowdy/status/1059911707546525696
You can see the complete data with extra stats and metrics I’m collecting, including snap and touch %, here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/11M2V-gYlAlrK74eN688NMTrZ9vAPsOanzfAzLVSFLgE/edit?usp=sharing
Sources: Airyards.com, ffstatistics.com, and 4for4.com
The Top 12
Here are the top 12 players in opportunity over the last three weeks, having played a minimum of two games.
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