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Breece Hall Posts Career Day on Christmas Eve

Those brave enough to keep Breece Hall in their lineups for the fantasy football championship semifinals were rewarded with his best career performance to date - a 43.1 PPR point masterclass that likely helped to nullify Amari Cooper’s monstrous day or compound the fantasy production of those fantasy managers who happened to feature both players this week. After logging his worst performance since the bye last week against the Dolphins in Week 15 - a game where he earned just two targets - Hall earned 8 TIMES as many targets in Week 16 against the Commanders.

Hall’s 16 targets on the afternoon against the Commanders on Christmas Eve marked a career high for the second-year running back, as he led all Jets pass catchers in receiving opportunities - even Garrett Wilson, who logged 15 targets of his own on the afternoon. Hall also ran a route on a season-high 73% of dropbacks and earned a target at the highest rate in a single game all season on a per route basis with 41% TPRR.

That receiving work made Hall an absolute monster in PPR formats, as his 12 catches also marked a career high and his first game with double-digit receptions in his career. That excellence in the receiving game, coupled with a very healthy 4 yards per carry and two rushing touchdowns on the ground, placed Hall as the overall RB1 on the week and cements him as one of the top dynasty assets at the running back position moving forward.


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