The Snap Report – Week 12 Offense

The weekly offensive snap report is a summary of the participation data for fantasy relevant skill position players.

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The weekly offensive snap report is a summary of the participation data for fantasy relevant skill position players.

The Snap Report – Week 12 Offense


The weekly offensive snap report is a summary of the participation data for fantasy relevant skill position players. Although the focus is snaps, we also cover other important categories like pass routes and designed runs.

Running Back

Beanie Wells (29 snaps) was activated before Week 12 and he returned to his role as the Cardinals’ primary running back. Wells scored two touchdowns on three red zone attempts, but had just 48 rushing yards on 17 carries. LaRod Stephens-Howling (6) was a non-factor with William Powell (38) seeing the majority of his work on passing downs. Powell caught six of his seven targets for 63 yards on his 27 pass routes. The Cardinals are not going to want Ryan Lindley to drop back 54 times each game, so Powell’s snap data is a bit skewed. Wells is the back to own the rest of the season in Arizona.

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Please note that penalty plays are removed from the snap totals and will differ from what is posted in our Premium Statistics game logs.

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Bryan Fontaine is the Dynasty Editor at Pro Football Focus Fantasy. He is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writer’s Association (FSWA) and a 2004 graduate from Southern New Hampshire University with a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management.

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