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Week 10: Snaps and Targets

We look at who played last week, how often and how many passes came their way Profiled players include Seneca Wallace, Eddie Lacy, Zac Stacy, James Starks, and Jerricho Cotchery.
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Green led the NFL with 19 targets in Week 9, the third-highest total anyone has posted this season, and turned those into 11 catches for 128 yards. In the previous couple weeks, he'd produced big numbers even with a merely solid number of targets. But when his targets venture into the elite range, which they have on occasion, he's that much better.

Baldwin ranks second in the NFL in yards per target, 11.2, trailing only Jordy Nelson (minimum: 40 targets). Yet, Nelson gets more than three more targets per game than Baldwin. When the Seahawks throw Baldwin the ball, good things happen. They're starting to figure that out. He led Seattle with a season-high 10 targets last week, turning them into six catches for 75 yards a touchdown. Baldwin has real breakout potiential.

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