Now that the 2011 NFL regular season is wrapped up, lets take a look at the last official target report for the year. As you can see, the trading up for Julio Jones in the 2011 NFL Draft had a big affect on Roddy White's target value as he led the league in the final target standings with 179, despite only catching 100. That winds up being 55.8% of White's targets actually being caught. These are the kinds of stats that people with an online accounting degree enjoy calculating. Still, the presence of Jones certainly didn't do anything to hurt White's value. The problem with White was he was a bit inconsistent this year. Hopefully that changes in 2012. Below is the last Top 75 Target Report For The 2011 Season. Even though the regular season is over, all owners should still bookmark our NFL Target report section which allows owners to keep track of all their fantasy players. This is definitely something owners should use for the 2012 season.
Below is the top 20 players by targets as we head into Week 17. As you can see, we now have our all new NFL Target report section which allows owners to keep track of all their fantasy players.
Get complete NFL Target Stats, click here - sortable - findable text - listed as YTD or by Week.