2022 Available Carries Tracker
The glitz and glamour of under-the-radar statistics garner more attention than those that are tried and true, but opportunity will always be left standing when the smoke clears. It's why most fantasy players drafted Falcons running backs, which had an NFL-leading 367 carries (89.7%) missing from their production the previous year, blindly, or nitpicked between Chase Edmonds and James Conner — the Cardinals had a league-high 72.4% of its carries inside the five-yard line available to be soaked up ahead of the regular season — throughout the summer.
Below is a sortable list of all 32 NFL teams’ unaccounted for carries, percentage of carries, and carries inside the five-yard line vacated from last season’s production and up for grabs ahead of the 2022 regular season. As players are re-signed and released, this chart will be updated to reflect vacant opportunity for every team. This tracker will be key when discussing ADP and forecasting opportunity, and thus potential value in all formats throughout the offseason.
|Team||Carries||Carries%||Inside 5||Inside 5%|
|Green Bay Packers||5||1.1%||-||-|
|Kansas City Chiefs||157||36.4%||14||63.6%|
|Las Vegas Raiders||87||21%||4||20%|
|Los Angeles Chargers||70||16.5%||2||9%|
|Los Angeles Rams||225||53.5%||6||42.8%|
|New England Patriots||55||11.2%||2||8.3%|
|New Orleans Saints||34||6.7%||-||-|
|New York Giants||187||44.6%||7||63.6%|
|New York Jets||31||8.1%||2||7.4%|
|San Francisco 49ers||5||1%||-||-|
|Tampa Bay Buccaneers||110||28.5%||5||25%|
These lists will be depleted by re-signings and franchise tags.
These lists will be supplemented by releases.
This page will stay updated throughout the offseason.