Sunday, July 12, 2015

Team by Team PPR Running Back Notes

Here is some good information for you on how player movement and coaching tendencies affect PPR values.

1. New Orleans Saints -- 166. C.J. Spiller, welcome back into our good graces.
2. Detroit Lions -- 165. Offense run by ex-Saints assistant. Hello, Ameer Abdullah.
3. Oakland Raiders -- 160. Pretty heavily skewed by FB Marcel Reece's 59 targets.
4. Buffalo Bills -- 154. New OC Greg Roman's 2014 49ers ranked 31st in RB targets.
5. Chicago Bears -- 137. Marc Trestman gone. Adam Gase's Broncos ranked 23rd.
6. Kansas City Chiefs -- 136. Alex Smith + Andy Reid + Jamaal Charles = RB targets.
7. Atlanta Falcons -- 133. May be more useful for TB. Koetter throws to his backs.
8. Pittsburgh Steelers -- 132. Le'Veon Bell had 6+ targets in 12 games last year.
9. Cincinnati Bengals -- 121. Both Jeremy Hill & Giovani Bernard can catch.
10. Minnesota Vikings -- 118. A good omen for Adrian Peterson's catch total.
11. St. Louis Rams -- 116. There was a lot of Benny Cunningham (52 targets).
12. Indianapolis Colts -- 114. Frank Gore's 2014 49ers ranked 31st in RB targets.
13. Arizona Cardinals -- 111. Both Andre Ellington and David Johnson can catch.
14. San Diego Chargers -- 110. Keep in mind this was without Danny Woodhead.
15. Baltimore Ravens -- 108. May be more applicable to this year's Broncos.
15. New England Patriots -- 108. Gone is Shane Vereen, who had 77 targets. Who steps in?
17. Washington Redskins -- 104. Roy Helu (47 targets) gone. Alfred Morris had 26.
18. Philadelphia Eagles -- 102. Actually up from Chip's first year (only 82 RB targets).
18. Miami Dolphins -- 102. Offense run by Chip disciple; Exact same RB targets.
20. Jacksonville Jaguars -- 101. Now coordinated by Greg Olson, who came from OAK.
21. New York Giants -- 100. Should rise after Giants signed Shane Vereen.
21. Tennessee Titans -- 100. Dexter McCluster & Leon Washington combined for 67.
23. Denver Broncos -- 98. OC Adam Gase replaced by Gary Kubiak/Rick Dennison.
24. Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- 94. Outgoing OC Marcus Arroyo replaced by Dirk Koetter.
25. Dallas Cowboys -- 92. Will likely throw more this season, raising RB targets.
26. Green Bay Packers -- 90. Packers finished 24th in offensive plays.
26. Houston Texans -- 90. Were heavily run committed and will remain so.
28. New York Jets -- 81. May be irrelevant with Chan Gailey hired as OC.
29. Seattle Seahawks -- 74. Seahawks ranked 32nd in 2014 team pass attempts.
30. Carolina Panthers -- 68. Cam Newton is not a checkdown quarterback.
31. San Francisco 49ers -- 64. Applicable for BUF. Note: FB Bruce Miller had 25.
32. Cleveland Browns -- 48. A leap to expect big catch total for Duke Johnson.

courtesy RotoWorld

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