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  • 10/22, 9:59 pm
    • Snead caught three of seven targets...

      Snead caught three of seven targets for 23 yards Sunday against the Saints.

      Analysis: Coming off his best game of the season in Week 6, Snead fell flat against his former team Sunday. He caught less than half his targets and averaged a meager 3.2 yards per target. On the plus side, Snead's volume is still consistent and his nearly 70-percent catch rate coming into Sunday should keep the targets coming despite his dud against the Saints. He has seen at least five targets in every game this season and has seen at least seven targets in four straight contests. He'll face the Panthers in Week 8.

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  • 10/22, 9:52 pm
    • Allen had three carries for three...

      Allen had three carries for three yards and added three catches on three targets for 21 yards Sunday against the Saints.

      Analysis: Allen's effectiveness as a runner has been non-existent of late with all of four carries for four yards in his last two games. He has remained effective in the passing game, but his early-season value was mostly bolstered by his work near the goal line. In the last two games, the Ravens have turned to Alex Collins and even Lamar Jackson to punch it into the end zone. With Allen failing to get much traction on the ground between the 20s, the Ravens aren't finding much reason to give him carries near the goal line now, either. Allen and the Ravens will face the Panthers in Week 8.

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  • 10/22, 9:44 pm
    • Edwards had two carries for zero...

      Edwards had two carries for zero yards Sunday against the Saints.

      Analysis: With the Ravens locked in a tight and competitive game, the team's running back rotation tightened up Sunday with Alex Collins and Javorius Allen combining to play 85 percent of the offensive snaps and take 61 percent of the carries. Thus, there wasn't much work left over for Edwards as the No. 3 tailback. Look for Edwards to remain a fringe option in the Baltimore offense who sees the bulk of his playing time when the game is out of reach. He and the rest of the Ravens will head to Carolina to take on the Panthers in Week 8.

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  • 10/22, 9:37 pm
    • Crabtree caught five of nine targets...

      Crabtree caught five of nine targets for 66 yards Sunday against the Saints.

      Analysis: The veteran has recorded at least five catches and at least 66 yards in each of his last three games. Crabtree also owns a team-high 30 receptions over that stretch. The drop issues haven't gone away completely, but Crabtree continues to see consistent volume to give him a high floor. He'll face the Panthers on the road in Week 8.

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  • 10/22, 9:24 pm
    • Hooper hauled in three of his...

      Hooper hauled in three of his four targets, while accounting for 48 receiving yards during Monday's 23-20 win against the Giants.

      Analysis: Hooper put fourth a performance Monday that more so resembled the player he had been through his first 34 career games, compared to the prolific production he had enjoyed over his previous two outings. The third-year tight end posted per-game averages of 2.2 catches and 27.1 receiving yards for his career prior to Week 5 of this season, when he suddenly exploded for 18 combined catches for 148 yards and a touchdown in matchups against Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay. Make no mistake about it -- Hooper has become a more integral part of this Falcons passing attack in 2018, with 5.9 targets per game compared to 3.1 per game during his first two professional seasons out of Stanford. Still, expectations should be tempered somewhat, as he may not yet provide consistent TE1 upside with the plethora of weapons that Atlanta sports on the perimeter. Following a Week 8 bye, the Falcons return to action Nov. 4 against a Redskins defense that has allowed the seventh-fewest yards to tight ends this season (267).

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