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Fantasy Football PPR Target Report, Week 11: Running Backs

Wesley Hitt

Which running backs were targeted the most in Week 11? Read on in the Week 11 PPR Target Report.

Trent Richardson continues to be one of the most targeted running backs in the NFL over the last few weeks, and should the Browns decide to add some wide receivers in the draft in 2013, TRich could be a Top 5 running back. H e can run the ball. He can catch the ball. And he is young.

Let's take a look at the running backs who received the most targets in week 11:

Player

Targets

Rec

Yd

Avg

TD

Richardson, Trent RB CLE

8

6

49

8.2

0

McCoy, LeSean RB PHI

7

6

67

11.2

0

Rodgers, Jacquizz RB ATL

6

5

35

7

0

Mathews, Ryan RB SD

6

4

36

9

0

Charles, Jamaal RB KC

6

4

31

7.8

0

Martin, Doug RB TB

5

4

23

5.8

0

Rice, Ray RB BAL

5

5

53

10.6

0

Reece, Marcel RB OAK

5

4

90

22.5

0

Thomas, Pierre RB NO

4

3

28

9.3

0

Spiller, C.J. RB BUF

4

3

39

13

0

Hitting the Bullseye

Trent Richardson, CLE

RIchardson caught six of his eight targets on Sunday, for 49 yards and no touchdowns in the Browns overtime loss to the Cowboys. For the season, he has 37 receptions, on 51 targets, for 289 yards and one touchdown. His 51 targets rank third in the NFL thus far, three behind league leader Ray Rice.

Marcel Reece, OAK

Reece caught four of his five targets for 90 yards and no touchdowns in the Raiders loss to the Saints. Over his last three games, Reece has caught 19 of his 23 targets for 241 yards and a score, and he currently ranks tied for fifth with 48 targets for the 2012 season.

Missing the Mark

Arian Foster, HOU

The Texans are looking to air out the ball to their tight ends and wide receivers more and more this season, as Foster was targeted just three times on Sunday, catching all three for 15 yards. For the season, he has just 20 receptions on 34 targets for 107 yards and two touchdowns via the air. Coming into the season, Foster had at least 53 receptions and over 600 yards in each of the last two seasons, so it is very apparent the Texans prefer to hand the ball to him than throw it to him.

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