Each week, SportsLine's Fantasy expert Jacob Gibbs will provide a data-driven deep-dive into Sunday's games to help provide a better understanding of what we learned and how it will impact the Fantasy outlook of specific teams and players.
Below, you can find full team-by-team data on snap counts, target share, routes run, red-zone usage and more for every Fantasy relevant wide receiver and tight end. Check back later in the week for What We Learned, where Gibbs will break down all the takeaways you should have from Week 6, pulling largely from the information in this usage report.
If you have questions about any stats, players, or situations covered or not covered in this article, feel free to reach out to Gibbs on Twitter.
Week 6 Leaders
These tight ends are being targeted at the highest rate when allowed to run routes, but that's only part of the equation when evaluating tight ends for Fantasy purposes. Understanding how often each tight end's offense allows them to actually run routes is another important piece of the puzzle.
Players like Hockenson, Andrews and Pitts haven't needed a massive target per route run rate, because they are running so many routes. This type of route involvement provides exciting upside for those guys if their TPRR rate rises, as we saw on full display with Mark Andrews' big Week 5 performance.
Target per route run rate is one of the most important stats available for evaluating pass-catchers in Fantasy. I wrote about it in more detail here, if you are unfamiliar with the stat.
Let's dig into the full data on Week 6 usage rates.
Which rookie receiver made history in Week 6? And what do you need to know about how every receiver was used this past week? ... Join SportsLine here to see Jacob Gibbs' Wide Receiver and Tight End Usage Report, all from one of the nation's most accurate experts as graded by FantasyPros!