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  • The Carolina Panthers wide receiver rotation was intense: Carolina used six different wide receivers with the starters, with a different combination each drive.
  • Michael Carter is leading the backup running back competition: Carter started over and outplayed Zonovan Knight.
  • Tyler Conklin could be hard to start in fantasy: C.J. Uzomah was a major part of the Jets’ tight end rotation, which will restrict Conklin’s offensive snaps.
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The Panthers complicated wide receiver room: The Panthers used six different wide receivers during Bryce Young’s three drives.

  • D.J. Chark Jr., Adam Thielen and Jonathan Mingo started the game for Carolina.
  • Chark only played on the first drive before his day was done. That is a good indication his starting job is secure.
  • Thielen played on the first two drives. He was consistently playing in the slot in three-receiver sets. He only played 28.6% of his snaps in the slot last season with the Minnesota Vikings.
  • He graded better out wide than in the slot in addition to posting a better target share and yards per route run, so this move to the slot is a little surprising.
  • Mingo starting in his first preseason game as a rookie is a pretty strong sign he will be among the receivers in 11 personnel in Week 1.
  • The Panthers stuck with three-receiver sets on their first drive, so we couldn’t confirm he would be the odd man out in 12 personnel.
  • Mingo left for the second drive and returned for the third drive, so his job isn’t necessarily secure.
  • Terrace Marshall Jr. was expected to be a starter over Mingo early in the season given his experience, but this was a decent sign Marshall is fourth on the depth chart.
  • Laviska Shenault Jr. also received snaps on the second drive while Shi Smith played on the third drive.
  • Marshall, Shenault and Smith all continued to play once Matt Corral replaced Bryce on the fourth drive.
  • Chark, Thielen and Mingo are all worth late-round fliers in case they work out, but Marshall no longer seems worth the late-round pick.

Jets backup running back battle heats up: Michael Carter and Zonovan Knight split time with the starters with Breece Hall still sidelined.

  • Carter started the game, but the Jets rotated between him and Knight roughly every three plays.
  • Carter was the more impressive of the two.
  • Once the Jets switched to their second team for this game, rookie Israel Abanikanda took snaps out of the backfield.
  • Chances are both Carter and Knight would see significant playing time if Hall isn’t ready for Week 1, and the Jets don’t add Dalvin Cook.
  • It’s also possible one of these players doesn’t make the roster, as a healthy hall is assured one roster spot, and Abanikanda will likely take another.

A glimpse into the Jets wide receiver rotation: New York only used some of their receivers Saturday, but it was enough to gain some information about what to expect in September.

  • The Jets rested a number of starters, including Garrett Wilson, while Randall Cobb has been out with an injury.
  • This left Allen Lazard, Corey Davis and Mecole Hardman Jr. on top of the depth chart.
  • Lazard and Davis generally played every snap, outside of taking a little time off near the end of a 13-play drive.
  • Hardman was largely restricted to snaps out of 11 personnel.
  • He only played in two-thirds of offensive snaps without Wilson and Cobb, so chances are Hardman will see even less playing time when they are playing.
  • It’s fine to draft Hardman in best ball leagues for when he breaks big plays, but it will be difficult for him to make an impact in redraft leagues without injuries.
  • This also makes it pretty clear Davis will remain a major part of the offense. This could be implied given his $11.2 million cap hit, but Saturday gave me even more evidence.

The Jets tight end duo: Tyler Conklin was the tight end in clear passing situations, but C.J. Uzomah also saw significant playing time.

  • The two played together in two tight end sets, but on one-third of the plays with the starters, Uzomah was the solo tight end.
  • That kind of rotation will make it difficult for Conklin to be a fantasy starter.
  • The one piece of good news is second-year tight end Jeremy Ruckert didn’t start playing until the backups came in.
  • Ruckert’s had a strong training camp and was among the players who got to sit out the Hall of Fame Game.
  • This made it look like a two-man rotation at the top instead of three.

Miscellaneous Notes

  • Miles Sanders tweaked his groin in practice earlier in the week. It’s not expected to be serious, but it was enough for him to sit this game.
  • Hayden Hurst was the starting tight end today, which was no surprise. It was good to see him dominate offensive snaps, giving him a chance to be a fantasy starter this season if he gains chemistry with Bryce Young.

Table notes
  • Snaps include plays called back due to penalties, including offensive holding or defensive pass interference. The other three stats have these plays removed.
  • Targets may differ from official NFL sources. The most likely discrepancy would be from a clear thrown-away pass, where the NFL may give the target to the nearest receiver, while this data will not.
  • Carries are only on designed plays. Quarterback scrambles won’t count for the total number of carries in the game.