This is hard to explain so I will try my best. I know how to use import html. I have been using it for NFL research for a while now. But I don't like how many times i need to repeat it for every single player. I'm hoping there is a way to create a code or function that does the import html, and then outputs whatever would be in cell A2. For example, let's take this website: https://www.playerprofiler.com/nfl/andy-isabella/

Using importhtml("https://www.playerprofiler.com/nfl/andy-isabella/", "Table", 2) I want to only output the 5.3% target rate in that second table. How can I do this?

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maybe this is the solution you would like:

=query(importhtml("https://www.playerprofiler.com/nfl/andy-isabella/", "Table", 2),"select Col3 limit 1 label Col3 ''")

the query selects the third column, deletes the header and restricts the result to the next row.

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