Market Share Report: Rashad Jennings Separates From the Pack
We're scraping, y'all. Heading into Week 12 is no time to dwell on the dopest the league has to offer. It's the lower-rung bangers who will have to carry us to glory.
By this point in the season, the cream has already risen to the top. We know that guys like Mike Evans and DeMarco Murray are going to ball out, and their asking prices in season-long and salaries in DFS will reflect that. They're basically set in stone by now.
But that doesn't mean there's no upward mobility. We can still find guys ready to burst into a larger role over the final few weeks of the season who don't come with the burden of heavy pricetags. They may not have the talent of Odell Beckham and Ezekiel Elliott, but they can sniff a similar impact in fantasy.
We can identify these surging saviors using numberFire's new DFS tools, which show us the players who are seeing heavy fluctuations in their usage over time frames of our choosing. This is sortable by carry market shares, target market shares, and red-zone target market shares over the past one, three, and five games.
Let's take a look at some big takeaways from Week 11 so we can try to identify which players may be worth a second look as we hit the home stretch.