NFL Snap Counts Breakdown: Week 12
Andrew Cooper analyzes Week 12 snap counts for position battles across the NFL, and breaks down what should be expected going forward.
Here we stand, on the eve of the final bye week. No more need to carry junk players “in case you need them”. If do or die time isn’t here for your team it will be fast approaching so it is time to cut the fat and consolidate down to the guys you trust for your championship run. The rest of your roster can be filled out with handcuffs or a carefully planned defensive schedule but there is no longer room for pretenders. And the fastest way to weed them out is to look at how these NFL teams are treating them in terms of playing time because that’s what translates to fantasy success. So let's get to it.
The Ross Dwelley fun is over with the return of George Kittle – not only did he take a backseat but he took a seat in the way back playing less snaps than Garrett Celek . He’s droppable in all formats as long as Kittle is playing.
Tevin Coleman is still the guy but they clearly are in favor of lightening his load when they’re up big like this...