Snead caught seven of 10 targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 21-0 win over the Titans. Snead saw season highs in both catches and targets and set a new mark for yards as a result. Nevertheless, he still hasn't scored a touchdown since the first week of the year and remains best employed by those in need of a high-floor receiver in PPR leagues. The 25-year-old has at least four catches and 49 yards in all but one game this season and will look to do it again Week 7 against the Saints.
Snead caught five of seven targets for 55 yards against the Browns on Sunday. Sunday marked back-to-back weeks with at least seven targets and at least five catches for the first-year Raven. Snead gets most of his work between the 20s, however, and hasn't seen a red-zone target since Week 1. He's catching nearly 70 percent of his targets and sees over six targets per game, making him a reliable low-end option in PPR formats.
Snead caught six of seven targets for 56 yards Sunday against the Steelers. Sunday marked Snead's best performance of the season as he brought in a season-high six grabs and gained a new season high in yards. Snead has seen between five and eight targets each week through the first four games of the season, and is catching just under 70 percent of those looks. He will face off against the Browns in Week 5.
Snead reeled in three of five passes for 39 yards in Sunday's win over the Broncos. For the second consecutive week, Snead was the third-most targeted receiver for the Ravens and has a 16 percent target share on the season. Snead is also averaging a respectable 7.5 yards per target in his new role, marking a major improvement from his lost 2017 in which he averaged just 5.8 YPT. John Brown and Michael Crabtree are still ahead of him in the pecking order for targets, and the Ravens also tend to use Javorius Allen and the tight ends in the red zone, which caps Snead's touchdown upside.
Snead snatched four of six targets for 49 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 47-3 win over the Bills. Snead kept things going in the third quarter, cutting across the middle for a 13-yard touchdown, breaking a tackle or two along the way. Saints fans are familiar with Snead's playmaking ability. He faced the squeeze in New Orleans, but he ended up leading a receiver-starved Baltimore squad in yards on Sunday.
|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|7||10/21||New Orleans Saints||32||34.80|
|14||12/09||@Kansas City Chiefs||17||23.67|
|15||12/16||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||31||32.00|
|16||12/23||@Los Angeles Chargers||23||25.00|
Red Zone Trends
|3 Year Avg||74||50||657||2||33||13.14||75|