As we rapidly close in on the season, I do want to spend just a bit of time on positional archetypes. When we laid out our fantasy tiers earlier in the summer, I went through the process of why it is important to understand how a player accrues his fantasy production to get a better understanding of how that player performs in context of opportunities given, which can fluctuate year-over-year or in a given week. With that foundation, we are taking a further dive into how players are utilized and highlighting some of the pros and cons of that usage. 

Earlier we looked at tight ends and the difference in snaps played versus routes run and their usage per actual passing game opportunity. Staying with the position, we are going to look at the same group of top-30 fantasy options through a lens of which players rely on receptions, yardage, and touchdown output the most to accrue their fantasy points so far through their careers. 

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