HIT the LINKS: FF Targets & Touches











In Fantasy Football it’s all about the guys that get the ball the most. It goes without saying, but the players that touch the ball are the ones that will most likely get you the most points. The one’s that consistently are given the most opportunities are the ones you want on your team.

The final numbers tell one part of the story but fantasy football is a game of volume. Knowing in a given week who is going to get the looks, and in what situations those looks are coming, can help you make important lineup decisions – touches and targets on a weekly basis play as big a role as the name on the back of the jersey.

So where do you find this information, it’s time to HIT the LINKs.

Throughout my many years playing this game, I have come across a bunch of websites that specialize in fantasy sports. I saved them all and they are included in the FANFOOD Fantasy Football Tools.

But this article is all about Fantasy Football Touches & Targets, Here are some great places to get this information along with a great video on how to truss a chicken.


FANFOOD Touches & Targets




Rotoprofessor: Target Practice –  Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) tells you who received significant targets and who was ignored.



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KFFL: NFL Statistics: Player Targets and Utilization Table - An interactive table, that can be sorted by week, season, and/or position. 


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Rotoworld: Touches & Targets ArchiveChet Greshman’s weekly take on this critical NFL stat, numbers and analysis.


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The Fantasy Fix: Target Practice –  One-stop shop for all your information about which fantasy-relevant players are getting the ball thrown to them and how many times.


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How to Truss a Chicken


So when we truss the chicken, everything is going to come together and can make almost like a ball. What that’s going to do is going to make a nice even cooking process of the chicken which is extremely important. You’re going to get a nice moist breast, crisp legs on the outside which is what you are really looking for.

Now the second reason that you are going to want to truss the chicken is that a lot of people are going to want to stuff the inside of the cavity of the chicken. And when you truss it, you’re going to keep everything in tight and that’s what important to you. You don’t want your vegetables or your stuffing, a lemon you might want to throw in there falling out.





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