Advanced Targets – Week 11 Wrap

Shawn Siegele gives you the Week 11 fantasy football breakdown of PFF's target, pass route, and snap data at the wide receiver position.

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Vincent Jackson

Advanced Targets – Week 11 Wrap

Vincent JacksonAdvanced Targets goes behind the scenes and provides snap and pass route splits in addition to target numbers. Yards per route (YPRR), targets per snap (TA/SN), targets per route (TA/PR), and pass routes per snap (PR/SN) are exclusive PFF metrics that will help inform your start/sit, waiver wire, and trade decisions in a way no other service can.

Our Week 11 targets per snap leaderboard features some unusual players. Mohamed Sanu played on only 34% of the snaps against Cleveland – his lowest usage level of the season – but led the Bengals wideouts in targets. When Sanu was on the field, Andy Dalton targeted him heavily although without much success. In one of the strangest statlines of the season, Sanu was the only Cincinnati wide receiver with double digit yards (11).

The Bengals won 41-20 despite getting only 33 yards from their wide receivers. Not everyone was so lucky.

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Shawn Siegele is a lead writer for PFF Fantasy and creator of Money in the Banana Stand. He also contributes to RotoViz and FanSided. You can follow him on twitter @FF_Contrarian.

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