Week 3 RosterWatch Big Tool – Snap Counts, Targets and Touches

This is a weekly tool provided by RosterWatch.

alex bylineHere you can find snap-count percentage data, targets and touches for fantasy-relevant players across most every offensive-scoring format. The RosterWatch Big Tool will be updated through the day on Tuesdays as we input the data from the games into next week’s rankings projections.

The Waiver Wire Cheat Sheet will be available before waivers run on Tuesdays, so set an alarm on your phone to NOT FORGET WAIVERS. Especially not coming into Week 3.

We’ve done the work and the weekly Waiver Wire Cheat Sheet will make it easy just like it did for many of your fantasy drafts. The Matchup Tool will be up Wednesday.

To use the RosterWatch Big Tool, simply click the link of the team of the player you are interested in.

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  1. Are we dropping Gerhart for Davis, Robinson, Brown? Also are we dropping Clay for Walker?

    1. I have no problem dropping him for any of those guys if you need the help right now. Preferably, I’d throw out some trade offers with him before I just released him onto waivers though. He’s still the lead back in Jacksonville. Clay is still second in targets only to Mike Wallace in Miami, he just hasn’t shown much from it. I don’t see Walker as a long term improvement, as he’s going to be up and down in an up and down offense.

  2. Shone Green or Toby Gerhart?

    1. Have to lean Gerhart at home against the Colts.

      1. It’s so hard to start Gerhart with the start he’s had, but the matchup just presents such an opportunity.

  3. Benjamin, cooks, watkins or evans I can’t decide which 2 to start any suggestions

  4. Trade question I give Jimmy Graham and get Calvin Johnson, I have Travis Kelce as a backup TE. PPR full point league. Thanks

    1. In PPR they’re neck and neck right now. I don’t trust Kelce on a weekly basis yet. Unless I’m hurting at wr, I don’t see it as worth it.

  5. where would you put guys like MJD, deangelo williams and justin forsett on that waiver wire cheatsheet? should I assume since they’re not on the sheet that they should be owned and targeted over the guys listed? or should I ignore them and go for guys like bradshaw and knile davis instead in a 12 team standard ?

    also out of my RBs jennings, t-rich, sproles, ridley and WRs percy harvin, kelvin, and j. Hunter … think anyone is worth offering up to acquire maybe patterson or lacy from another team? wanna buy low but don’t wanna low ball him

  6. ebud-
    it depends on what you’re looking for. I don’t think MJD is worth targeting until we know what kind of injury we’re dealing with. williams and forsett are decent flex plays for the season. Bradshaw is only going to get better fantasy wise, so he would be my top priority. Davis might actually perform better than him as long as charles is out, but he loses that value when he gets back. I might offer Ridley or Sproles for Patterson and see if he bites. lacy might take a 2 for 1.

  7. 12man PPR

    QB. Cam Newton
    WR: Keenan Allen
    WR: Brandon Cooks
    RB: Eddie Lacy
    RB: Le’Veon Bell
    TE: Kyle Rudolph
    Flex: Zac Stacy (flex can be either RB, WR or TE)

    Bench: Justin Forsett, Marques Colston, and T.Y. Hilton

    I was thinking about dropping Colston or Hilton for either Quick, Jones or Hopkins, what are your thoughts? Also how does my line-up look, should I swap out anyone, thanks.

    1. We wouldn’t drop any of those WRs for the ones you listed at this point, but would be looking to drop Forsett possibly for Bradshaw if he’s available.

      1. Thanks, keep up the great work fellas!

  8. Sorry its not ppr its standard so benjiman cooks watkins evans

  9. PPR: Please pick 2: D. Brown, Ivory, Vereen, Michael Floyd, D. Walker. Thanks!

  10. Have AP, standard league. My other RBs are lev Bell, Alfred Morris, Joique Bell, Andre Ellington, Shane Vereen. Should I just sit tight with these guys or try to pick up Knile Davis or Bobby Rainey available on waivers? If so, who do I drop, Vereen?

    1. I wouldn’t drop any of those guys. Charles probably won’t be gone for more than a few games. Now if you have some mediocre wrs or tes that’s another story.

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