Fantasy Football Advanced Target Report Week 6 – Tight Ends

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Here we are going to take a closer look at the target breakdown for the tight ends in week 6.  Sure if you get 10+ targets in a game it’s a great thing, but what you do with those targets matters the most to us fantasy owners. Below I have a list of the TE’s who got 6+ targets this week . I gathered each players number of receptions and then divided it by the number of targets he received to get a the players catch rate percentage. Then to get a closer look I took the players receiving yards and divided that number by his number of targets to find out who makes the most out of the amount of targets they get.

This week we had 14 tight ends with 6+ targets in the NFL. Vernon Davis had a monster game leading the way in targets, receiving yards and YpT. He caught 8 of his 11 targets for 180 yards and 2 TD’s and that was good enough to give him a league best 16.4 YpT.

Jimmy Graham wasn’t able to get it going vs. the Patriots this week. He’s the first person this season to qualify for the target report (6+ targets) and post 0 catches.

 

Below you will find week 6′s list. Hope you enjoy!

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Running Back | Wide Receiver Tight End

Rank Player Targets Rec Catch% Yards YpT TT
1 Vernon Davis 11 8 73% 180 16.4 35
2 Kyle Rudolph 11 9 82% 97 8.8 31
3 Tim Wright 9 7 78% 91 10.1 17
4 Antonio Gates 8 4 50% 28 3.5 51
5 Heath Miller 7 6 86% 84 12.0 19
6 Martellus Bennett 7 6 86% 68 9.7 45
7 Jermichael Finley 7 3 43% 75 10.7 29
8 Julius Thomas 7 4 57% 22 3.1 43
9 Dallas Clark 6 4 67% 81 13.5 35
10 Jimmy Graham 6 0 0% 0 0.0 60
11 Jordan Cameron 6 5 83% 64 10.7 53
12 Coby Fleener 6 3 50% 16 2.7 28
13 Zach Ertz 6 3 50% 13 2.2 17
14 Jordan Reed 6 4 67% 58 9.7 21

Catch%= Percent of targets the player caught

*YpT= Yards per target 

TT= Total Targets on the Year

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