Between the Lines: Week 11 Snap Count Analysis
Baltimore Ravens - A Wild RB Appeared
Quarterback: Lamar Jackson (100%)
Where the heck did Gus Edwards come from? Honestly. The undrafted rookie out of Rutgers had 15 total carries coming into Week 11. He more than doubled that by the time the game was over. When all was said and done, he was on the field for 62% of the Baltimore Ravens' offensive snaps compared to just 22% for Alex Collins. Who knows what the game plan will be next week, but Edwards is worth a pickup in all leagues.
Cincinnati Bengals - Fun While It Lasted
Quarterback: Andy Dalton (100%)
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver John Ross has scored in each of the past two weeks, but the honeymoon is likely over. Teammate A.J. Green reportedly has a "good chance" at a Week 12 return, which would likely relegate Ross to the fourth or fifth option in the passing game. If Green remains out, Ross remains a flex option.
Cleveland Browns - Bye Week
Pittsburgh Steelers - DomiVance
Quarterback: Ben Roethlisberger (100%)
Running Backs: James Conner (89%)
After weeks of he-said, she-said, Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Vance McDonald finally got a chokehold on the position. He was on the field for a season-high 80% of the Steelers' offense snaps. His counterpart, Jesse James, saw just 25%, by far a season low. Vance is now the TE9 on the season, and should be starting in your leagues every week.