Player Volume Totals: NFL Player Rushing, Red Zone and Target Totals and Market Shares
NFL Player Volume Totals: NFL Player Rushing, Red Zone and Target Totals and Market Shares
Each week we collect the play by play data and statistics from Pro-Football-Reference.com and NFL play-by-play data to breakdown the number of pass attempts, carries, targets and red zone opportunities each player is receiving. This information is vital to understanding player usage. Aside from the raw totals, we calculate the market share (percentage of the team’s total) each player has in terms of carries, targets and red zone opportunities. A carry is simply a rush attempt. A target is a pass intended for a specific receiver. A red zone opportunity is any carry or target that occurs in the red zone (between the opposing team’s 20 yard line and goal line).
This specific table allows you to see each player’s target, carry and red zone opportunity totals as well as their respective market shares in each category. Every column is sortable, and filters allow you to further drill down on the data that you are looking for. For example, you can filter by team, position or set a minimum number of target totals.
Here are the links to all of our NFL Player Volume Tools:
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