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Fantasy Analysis | 1416950060
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Dan Herron took a solid chunk of the Colts backfield snaps this week. (USATSI)
Dan Herron took a solid chunk of the Colts backfield snaps this week.(USATSI)

Chiefs

RB: Jamaal Charles - 91 percent; Knile Davis - 8 percent

WR: Dwayne Bowe - 92 percent; Frankie Hammond - 85 percent; Albert Wilson - 26 percent; Junior Hemingway - 24 percent

TE: Travis Kelce - 94 percent; Phillip Supernaw - 6 percent; Anthony Fasano - 3 percent

Raiders

RB: Darren McFadden - 49 percent; Marcel Reese - 48 percent; Latavius Murray - 13 percent; Maurice Jones-Drew - 12 percent

WR: Andre Holmes - 78 percent; James Jones - 59 percent; Brice Butler - 28 percent; Kenbrell Thompkins - 26 percent; Vincent Brown - 20 percent

TE: Mychal Rivera - 78 percent; Brian Leonhardt - 55 percent

Browns

RB: Isaiah Crowell - 60 percent; Terrance West - 40 percent

WR: Josh Gordon - 69 percent; Miles Austin - 63 percent; Andrew Hawkins - 61 percent; Taylor Gabriel - 28 percent; Travis Benjamin - 25 percent

TE:  Gary Barnidge - 69 percent; Jim Dray - 52 percent

Falcons

RB: Steven Jackson - 52 percent; Jacquizz Rodgers - 32 percent; Devonta Freeman - 15 percent

WR: Roddy White - 94 percent; Julio Jones - 87 percent; Harry Douglas - 65 percent; Devin Hester - 24 percent

TE:  Levine Toilolo - 79 percent

Buccaneers

RB: Doug Martin - 34 percent; Bobby Rainey - 33 percent; Charles Sims - 33 percent

WR: Vincent Jackson - 97 percent; Mike Evans - 97 percent; Louis Murphy - 76 percent

TE: Luke Stocker - 71 percent; Austin Seferian-Jenkins - 26 percent; Brandon Myers - 22 percent

Bears

RB: Matt Forte - 89 percent

WR: Brandon Marshall - 98 percent; Alshon Jeffery - 95 percent; Marquess Wilson - 49 percent

TE: Martellus Bennett - 93 percent; Dante Rosario - 51 percent

Bengals

RB: Giovani Bernard - 60 percent; Jeremy Hill - 40 percent

WR: Mohamed Sanu - 98 percent; A.J. Green - 91 percent; James Wright - 51 percent

TE:  Jermaine Gresham - 89 percent

Texans

RB: Jonathan Grimes - 58 percent; Alfred Blue - 42 percent

WR: DeAndre Hopkins - 100 percent; Andre Johnson - 100 percent; Damaris Johnson - 60 percent

TE: Garrett Graham - 96 percent; C.J. Fiedorowicz - 33 percent

Jaguars

RB: Denard Robinson - 67 percent; Toby Gerhart - 20 percent; Jordan Todman - 13 percent

WR: Cecil Shorts - 94 percent; Allen Hurns - 91 percent; Marqise Lee - 65 percent

TE:  Marcedes Lewis - 80 percent; Clay Harbor - 11 percent

Colts

RB: Trent Richardson - 55 percent; Dan Herron - 43 percent

WR: Reggie Wayne - 93 percent; T.Y. Hilton - 77 percent; Donte Moncrief - 41 percent; Hakeem Nicks - 35 percent

TE:  Coby Fleener - 76 percent; Jack Doyle - 53 percent

Packers

RB: Eddie Lacy - 94 percent; James Starks - 6 percent

WR: Jordy Nelson - 95 percent; Randall Cobb - 88 percent; Davante Adams - 71 percent

TE:  Andrew Quarless - 63 percent; Richard Rodgers - 46 percent

Vikings

RB: Jerick McKinnon - 57 percent; Joe Banyard - 43 percent

WR: Charles Johnson - 97 percent; Greg Jennings - 90 percent; Cordarrelle Patterson - 47 percent; Jarius Wright - 12 percent

TE:  Kyle Rudolph - 88 percent

Lions

RB: Joique Bell - 69 percent; Theo Riddick - 36 percent

WR: Golden Tate - 90 percent; Calvin Johnson - 80 percent; Jeremy Ross - 72 percent; Cory Fuller - 31 percent

TE:  Eric Ebron - 55 percent; Brandon Pettigrew - 41 percent

Patriots

RB: Shane Vereen - 77 percent; LeGarrette Blount - 21 percent

WR: Brandon LaFell - 88 percent; Julian Edelman - 82 percent; Danny Amendola - 18 percent

TE: Rob Gronkowski - 97 percent

Titans

RB: Dexter McCluster - 38 percent; Bishop Sankey - 32 percent; Shonn Greene - 13 percent; Leon Washington - 12 percent

WR: Justin Hunter - 93 percent; Kendall Wright - 71 percent; Nate Washington - 59 percent

TE:  Delanie Walker - 72 percent

Eagles

RB: LeSean McCoy - 54 percent; Darren Sproles - 26 percent; Chris Polk - 24 percent

WR: Jeremy Maclin - 89 percent; Jordan Matthews - 70 percent; Riley Cooper - 67 percent; Josh Huff - 33 percent

TE: Brent Celek - 77 percent; Zach Ertz - 30 percent

Rams

RB: Tre Mason - 50 percent; Benny Cunningham - 47 percent

WR: Kenny Britt - 92 percent; Tavon Austin - 78 percent; Stedman Bailey - 67 percent

TE:  Lance Kendricks - 58 percent; Jared Cook - 58 percent

Chargers

RB: Ryan Mathews - 44 percent; Branden Oliver - 27 percent; Donald Brown - 25 percent

WR: Keenan Allen - 100 percent; Malcom Floyd - 94 percent; Eddie Royal - 75 percent

TE:  Antonio Gates - 70 percent; Ladarius Green - 38 percent

Cardinals

RB: Andre Ellington - 72 percent; Stepfan Taylor - 28 percent

WR: John Brown - 83 percent; Michael Floyd - 83 percent; Jaron Brown - 74 percent

TE:  John Carlson - 80 percent; Rob Housler - 41 percent

Seahawks

RB: Marshawn Lynch - 72 percent; Robert Turbin - 26 percent

WR: Doug Baldwin - 81 percent; Jermaine Kearse - 60 percent; Paul Richardson - 55 percent

TE:  Tony Moeaki - 59 percent; Cooper Helfet - 40 percent; Luke Willson - 40 percent

Dolphins

RB: Lamar Miller - 65 percent; Daniel Thomas - 24 percent

WR: Jarvis Landry - 74 percent; Mike Wallace - 74 percent; Brian Hartline - 69 percent; Brandon Gibson - 56 percent

TE:  Dion Sims - 53 percent

Broncos

RB: C.J. Anderson - 89 percent

WR: Demaryius Thomas - 100 percent; Emmanuel Sanders - 91 percent; Wes Welker - 77 percent

TE: Virgil Green - 72 percent; Jacob Tamme - 31 percent

Redskins

RB: Alfred Morris - 65 percent; Roy Helu - 29 percent

WR: DeSean Jackson 85 percent; Pierre Garcon - 80 percent; Andre Roberts - 65 percent

TE:  Niles Paul - 69 percent; Logan Paulsen - 35 percent

49ers

RB: Frank Gore - 66 percent; Carlos Hyde - 25 percent

WR: Anquan Boldin - 89 percent; Michael Crabtree - 82 percent; Steve Johnson - 38 percent

TE:  Vernon Davis - 97 percent

Cowboys

RB: DeMarco Murray - 94 percent

WR: Dez Bryant - 93 percent; Terrance Williams - 89 percent; Cole Beasley - 41 percent

TE:  Jason Witten - 100 percent

Giants

RB: Rashad Jennings - 64 percent; Andre Williams - 33 percent

WR: Rueben Randle - 92 percent; Odell Beckham - 91 percent; Preston Parker - 75 percent

TE: Larry Donnell - 75 percent

Jets

RB: Chris Johnson - 55 percent; Chris Ivory - 43 percent

WR: Eric Decker - 78 percent; Jeremy Kerley - 74 percent; Percy Harvin - 71 percent

TE:  Jeff Cumberland - 81 percent; Jace Amaro - 28 percent

Bills

RB: Fred Jackson - 48 percent; Anthony Dixon - 30 percent; Bryce Brown - 23 percent

WR: Sammy Watkins - 94 percent; Robert Woods - 80 percent; Chris Hogan - 38 percent

TE: Lee Smith - 67 percent; Scott Chandler - 62 percent; Chris Gragg - 52 percent

Ravens

RB: Justin Forsett - 75 percent; Bernard Pierce - 20 percent; Lorenzo Taliaferro - 5 percent

WR: Torrey Smith - 81 percent; Steve Smith - 76 percent; Marlon Brown - 41 percent

TE:  Owen Daniels - 90 percent; Crockett Gillmore - 37 percent

Saints

RB: Pierre Thomas - 53 percent; Mark Ingram - 34 percent

WR: Marques Colston - 92 percent; Kenny Stills - 70 percent; Nick Toon - 60 percent; Joseph Morgan - 25 percent

TE:  Jimmy Graham - 71 percent; Benjamin Watson - 51 percent

1416879877
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

Because that other catch was getting all the attention. (USATSI)
Because that other catch was getting all the attention. (USATSI)

You may have noticed I didn't have any takeaways from the last two weeks of NFL games, but it wasn't because they were comparatively uneventful. Granted, it could have been. I mean -- let's face it -- there were some real snoozers in there. But more than that, my wife and I were bringing new life into the world. More her than me, I guess, but if I say it was just her, it makes it seem like she was isolated and alone, which is of course not how anyone would have wanted it. Just don't tell Mila Kunis.

Anyway, if you haven't done it yourself, it's a whole messy ordeal that brings with it pride and self-doubt, cuddles and the occasional freakout, making a two-week period to reflect and adjust something along the lines of appropriate.

It's still ongoing, of course, but then again, so is football season. And I just couldn't stay away from those chubby cheeks forever.

• So Latavius Murray turned in the oddest line of the season, rushing for 112 yards and two touchdowns ... on four carries. That's what touchdown runs of 11 and 90 yards followed by an untimely concussion will do for a player. Considering his breakthrough came amid reports of the Raiders looking to get him more involved and against a Chiefs team that hadn't allowed a rushing touchdown prior to facing him, I'm intrigued. You can't expect him to play in Week 13, and you wouldn't want him active even if he does. But if you have a roster spot to play with this time of year, you never know. He could be another Denard Robinson.

• Certainly, Isaiah Crowell confirmed he's a must-have with his performance against the Falcons (I don't even care that Terrance West got more carries; Crowell is the guy to own there), and the only question for Josh Gordon was how much he'd play (extensively, it turns out). But the one player who may be getting overlooked with all the turnover in Cleveland is quarterback Brian Hoyer. His interceptions gave him an ugly line in Week 12, but two were because of miscommunications with Gordon -- a byproduct of them having only a couple days to practice together. As good as Gordon looked otherwise, though, it's reasonable to think that Hoyer, simply by being in the right place at the right time, is going to be on the front end of some show-stopping plays.

Doug Martin has gone from being one of the best of the best at running back to a sophomore disappointment to a rebound hopeful to a nuisance. We'll never know what Charles Sims can do as long as he's around. (And of course, we'll never know what Bobby Rainey can do as long as Sims is around.)

• Though he was clearly the preferred ball carrier early in his return from hip and shoulder injuries, Giovani Bernard averaged just 2.7 yards on 17 carries, opening the door for backup Jeremy Hill, who performed so well in his absence, to get 18 of his own. He was great with them, predictably, piling up 87 yards and a touchdown. Bernard has now averaged less than three yards per carry in three straight games, and if not for that 89-yard run he had back in Week 6, he'd be averaging just 3.2 on the season. He may be fighting for playing time down the stretch.

• After running wild as a fill-in for Arian Foster in Week 11, Alfred Blue could muster only 46 yards on 16 carries in an encore against the Bengals, who even now rank only 27th against the run. Yup, no timeshare brewing there.

• After watching him against the Jaguars, I have a sneaking suspicion Dan Herron will directly inherit Ahmad Bradshaw's numbers, which is what you always hope happens with an injury replacement but so rarely does. With the Colts so passing oriented, this change-of-pace backfield role is probably more valuable than the player actually filling it. Bradshaw only once had more than the five catches Herron had against the Jaguars, so even those look like they'll translate. It doesn't make Herron a Fantasy stud or anything, but hey, Bradshaw had his place in Fantasy.

• You're under no obligation to pick up Charles Johnson. The Vikings are still raw at quarterback and have no shortage of underachievers at wide receiver. I doubt he's the missing link in that chain.

• I'd like to give LeGarrette Blount my full endorsement given his history with the Patriots and how well he performed only three days after signing with them, but we can't discount the possibility that Jonas Gray 's absence just one week after he ran for 200 yards and four touchdowns may have been strictly for disciplinary reasons after he was late for practice Friday. Coach Bill Belichick has shown time and time again that he'll do whatever he wants, regardless of conventional wisdom or media pressure, so who really knows what his next move is? And then there's the whole matter of Blount playing only 16 of the Patriots' snaps Sunday. He just so happened to get the ball on 12 of them. Certainly, you should add him in Fantasy, but you shouldn't be counting on him for much yet.

• So much for Theo Riddick, am I right?

• Please ... just ignore Timothy Wright. It's OK to be annoyed with him for stealing two touchdowns from some other more Fantasy-relevant Patriot, but your reaction shouldn't go beyond that.

• Though Justin Hunter has been more targeted at times by new Titans quarterback Zach Mettenberger, Delanie Walker has done more with his targets, turning in four plays of 20-plus yards, including a 68-yarder, in Week 12. Such big-play potential is rare at tight end. The unrest at quarterback kind of derailed him midseason, but he's back to being must-own (and probably must-start at a thin position).

• Speaking of Mettenberger ...

That's really the most pressing thing I have to say about him.

Stedman Bailey is kind of like another Charles Johnson. OK, so he's probably more talented, and the Rams have a more glaring need at the position with the loss of Brian Quick. But with Shaun Hill throwing him the ball, you'll want to wait and see in standard 12-team leagues.

• That was a step in the right direction for Philip Rivers, but you can't be playing games with him this time of year. Bench him until he gets back to throwing for multiple scores.

• Stick a fork in Michael Floyd. Even with Larry Fitzgerald sidelined by a sprained knee, he didn't catch a pass in Week 12. John Brown appears to have leapfrogged him in the pecking order, and there's no way backup quarterback Drew Stanton is sustaining three Fantasy-caliber wide receivers. Dunzo.

Jarvis Landry's three touchdowns in two games and four in four might be inflating his value a bit given that he's only twice gone for more than 50 yards through the air this season, but certainly, PPR owners won't complain about a consistent five catches every week. He's worth a pickup just in case he ends up going the way of Jordan Matthews.

• Is it possible C.J. Anderson is better than both Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman? I'm not ruling it out. If nothing else, his emergence probably makes Ball safe to drop at this point.

• Remember when Anquan Boldin was just a peripheral possession guy in a run-first offense? Yeah, me too.

• So ... the distribution between Rashad Jennings and Andre Williams was pretty disappointing. Williams got the team's lone carry inside the 5-yard line and of course scored on it. For much of the first three quarters, he looked like the preferred backfield option, but when the Giants fell behind in the fourth and needed to throw more, they relied on Jennings pretty much exclusively. Jennings hasn't exactly helped his case by averaging 3.0 yards per carry in his two games back in the lineup, but of course, Williams hasn't been any better. Because Jennings is so good at catching the ball out of the backfield, I think he remains the preferred option, and certainly against the Jaguars in Week 13, I wouldn't shy away from him.

Odell Beckham. Yes.

Fantasy Analysis | 1416338871
by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com

Isaiah Crowell was the man in Cleveland this week. Will it last? (USATSI)
Isaiah Crowell was the man in Cleveland this week. Will it last? (USATSI)

Bills

RB: Anthony Dixon - 53 percent; Bryce Brown - 47 percent

WR: Sammy Watkins - 98 percent; Robert Woods - 85 percent; Chris Hogan - 79 percent

TE: Scott Chandler - 85 percent; Lee Smith - 23 percent

Brown is the most productive back here, even if Dixon edges him in playing time.

 Dolphins

RB: Lamar Miller - 51 percent; Daniel Thomas - 36 percent; Damien Williams - 13 percent

WR: Mike Wallace - 73 percent; Jarvis Landry - 72 percent; Brian Hartline - 61 percent; Brandon Gibson - 52 percent

TE: Charles Clay - 85 percent; Dion Sims - 30 percent

Miller's workload may be reduced at times, but he's clearly the No. 1 running back even when he isn't 100-percent healthy.

Falcons

RB: Steven Jackson - 50 percent; Jacquizz Rodgers - 28 percent; Devonta Freeman - 18 percent

WR: Roddy White - 93 percent; Julio Jones - 86 percent; Harry Douglas - 65 percent; Eric Weems - 24 percent

TE: Levine Toilolo - 78 percent

The Falcons somehow lead the NFC South, which means any drastic changes down the stretch are unlikely.

Panthers

RB: Jonathan Stewart - 45 percent; DeAngelo Williams - 35 percent; Fozzy Whittaker - 21 percent

WR: Kelvin Benjamin - 89 percent; Jerricho Cotchery - 70 percent; Jason Avant - 52 percent

TE: Greg Olsen - 100 percent

This running back situation is a mess, no matter who starts.

Vikings

RB: Jerick McKinnon - 57 percent; Matt Asiata - 43 percent

WR: Cordarrelle Patterson - 74 percent; Greg Jennings - 68 percent; Charles Johnson -53 percent

TE: Rhett Ellison - 51 percent; Chase Ford - 47 percent; Kyle Rudolph - 30 percent

Rudolph being worked in slowly is no surprise, but he could still be a weapon down the stretch.

Bears

RB: Matt Forte - 97 percent

WR: Alshon Jeffery - 96 percent; Brandon Marshall - 96 percent; Marquess Wilson - 75 percent

TE: Martellus Bennett - 95 percent

The personnel rarely changes here, but Wilson's development could be something to keep an eye on.

Texans

RB: Alfred Blue - 67 percent; Jonathan Grimes - 31 percent

WR: DeAndre Hopkins - 95 percent; Andre Johnson - 92 percent; Damaris Johnson - 64 percent

TE: Garrett Graham - 83 percent; C.J. Fiedorowicz - 36 percent

Blue proved he can be a big-time producer if Foster has to sit out. He's a must-own handcuff.

Browns

RB:Isaiah Crowell - 66 percent; Ben Tate - 21 percent; Terrance West - 13 percent

WR: Miles Austin - 66 percent; Andrew Hawkins - 62 percent; Taylor Gabriel - 61 percent; Travis Benjamin - 42 percent

TE: Gary Barnidge - 77 percent; Jim Dray - 62 percent

It was finally Crowell's turn to shine, as the roulette wheel fell on him. Will that be the case moving forward?

Seahawks

RB: Marshawn Lynch - 74 percent; Robert Turbin - 14 percent

WR: Doug Baldwin - 93 percent; Jermaine Kearse - 92 percent; Paul Richardson - 66 percent

TE: Cooper Helfet - 66 percent; Tony Moeaki - 32 percent; Luke Willson - 23 percent

Lynch played through injuries and had a huge game. You simply don't have to worry about him.

Chiefs

RB: Jamaal Charles - 83 percent; De'Anthony Thomas - 33 percent; Knile Davis - 12 percent

WR: Dwayne Bowe - 73 percent; Frankie Hammond - 67 percent; Junior Hemingway - 50 percent

TE: Travis Kelce - 96 percent

Thomas is getting playing time, they just don't seem to know how to get him involved. Call it "Tavon Austin Syndrome."

Bengals

RB: Jeremy Hill - 80 percent; Cedric Peerman - 10 percent; Rex Burkhead - 10 percent

WR: A.J. Green - 90 percent; Mohamed Sanu - 87 percent; James Wright - 33 percent

TE: Jermaine Gresham - 89 percent

The Bengals are going to have a real decision to make when Giovani Bernard gets back, and that could come as soon as this week. Can they just return Hill to a bench role?

Saints

RB: Mark Ingram - 75 percent; Travaris Cadet - 21 percent

WR: Marques Colston - 79 percent; Brandin Cooks - 73 percent; Kenny Stills - 56 percent; Joe Morgan - 28 percent

TE: Jimmy Graham - 76 percent; Josh Hill - 25 percent

Don't worry about Ingram's poor performance. Nobody's coming for his job anyways.

49ers

RB: Frank Gore - 68 percent; Carlos Hyde - 32 percent

WR: Anquan Boldin - 78 percent; Michael Crabtree - 76 percent; Steve Johnson - 26 percent; Brandon Lloyd - 19 percent

TE: Vernon Davis - 88 percent

This receiving corps is so hard to figure out on a weekly basis, you might be better off steering clear.

Giants

RB: Rashad Jennings - 84 percent; Andre Williams - 13 percent

WR: Odell Beckham - 100 percent; Preston Parker - 79 percent; Rueben Randle - 79 percent

TE: Larry Donnell - 84 percent; Daniel Fells - 36 percent

And Williams is back to being nothing more than a handcuff.

Broncos

RB: C.J. Anderson - 93 percent; Montee Ball - 6 percent; Juwan Thompson - 3 percent

WR: Demaryius Thomas - 99 percent; Wes Welker - 94 percent; Andre Caldwell - 49 percent; Emmanuel Sanders - 48 percent

TE: Jacob Tamme - 81 percent; Julius Thomas - 19 percent

It will be interesting to see if Thompson works in more following Ball's injury.

Rams

RB: Tre Mason - 69 percent; Benny Cunningham - 28 percent

WR: Kenny Britt - 89 percent; Tavon Austin - 75 percent; Stedman Bailey - 46 percent

TE: Lance Kendricks - 68 percent; Jared Cook - 57 percent

Mason isn't going to give up his No. 1 role with how well he ran the ball Sunday.

Buccaneers

RB: Charles Sims - 62 percent; Bobby Rainey - 38 percent

WR: Vincent Jackson - 96 percent; Mike Evans - 94 percent; Louis Murphy - 40 percent

TE: Austin Seferian-Jenkins - 94 percent

Sims didn't impress, but he'll likely get a long look down the stretch to determine if he can be a part of the future.

Redskins

RB: Alfred Morris - 60 percent; Roy Helu - 26 percent

WR: DeSean Jackson - 72 percent; Pierre Garcon - 71 percent; Andre Roberts - 54 percent; Ryan Grant - 32 percent; Leonard Hankerson

TE: Niles Paul - 61 percent; Jordan Reed - 44 percent

If you can, stay away from this passing game at this point.

Raiders

RB: Latavius Murray - 45 percent; Darren McFadden - 36 percent; Maurice Jones-Drew - 17 percent

WR: Andre Holmes - 78 percent; Kenbrell Thompkins - 72 percent; James Jones - 66 percent

TE: Mychal Rivera - 69 percent

The Raiders might as well give Murray a shot, because neither of the other guys is doing much to stand out.

Chargers

RB: Ryan Mathews - 43 percent; Branden Oliver - 31 percent; Donald Brown - 26 percent

WR: Keenan Allen - 97 percent; Malcom Floyd - 92 percent; Eddie Royal - 58 percent

TE: Antonio Gates - 69 percent; Ladarius Green - 44 percent

Mathews' role will likely increase moving forward, probably at Browns' expense.

Lions

RB: Joique Bell - 71 percent; Theo Riddick - 32 percent

WR: Calvin Johnson - 93 percent; Golden Tate - 93 percent; Jeremy Ross - 79 percent

TE: Eric Ebron - 59 percent; Kellen Davis - 45 percent

Matthew Stafford's inconsistency can really kill this receiving corps' value.

Cardinals

RB: Andre Ellington - 74 percent; Stepfan Taylor - 21 percent

WR: Larry Fitzgerald - 90 percent; Michael Floyd - 90 percent; John Brown - 71 percent

TE: John Carlson - 74 percent; Rob Housler - 24 percent

Floyd's issue this season has never been role. He just hasn't consistently produced.

Eagles

RB: LeSean McCoy - 62 percent; Darren Sproles - 38 percent

WR: Jeremy Maclin - 91 percent; Jordan Matthews - 83 percent; Riley Cooper - 79 percent

TE: Brent Celek - 67 percent; Zach Ertz- 35 percent

Jordan Matthews finally seems to have taken over as the No. 2. He's a better player than Riley Cooper.

Packers

RB: Eddie Lacy - 65 percent; James Starks - 39 percent

WR: Randall Cobb - 82 percent; Jordy Nelson - 76 percent; Davante Adams - 63 percent

TE: Richard Rodgers - 63 percent; Andrew Quarless - 62 percent

This team is a machine offensively right now, and Eddie Lacy is actually playing a big part. Concerns about his role have gone out the window.

Patriots - Colts

Snap count data for this game is not available at this point.

Steelers

RB: Le'Veon Bell - 96 percent

WR: Antonio Brown - 100 percent; Markus Wheaton - 53 percent; Martavis Bryant - 45 percent

TE: Heath Miller - 99 percent; Matt Spaeth - 48 percent

On the one hand, LeGarrette Blount's disappointment about his playing time makes sense. On the other hand, would any sensible person have taken Bell out Monday?

Titans

RB: Bishop Sankey - 58 percent; Dexter McCluster - 20 percent; Leon Washington - 15 percent

WR: Justin Hunter - 92 percent; Kendall Wright - 78 percent; Nate Washington - 38 percent

TE: Chase Coffman - 75 percent

The Titans were barely on the field Monday, so it's hard to take much out of this one. Sankey's role continues to seem secure, even if his production leaves something to be desired. 

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