The Worksheet, a comprehensive fantasy football preview by Rich Hribar, breaks down everything you need to know about the Week 11 matchup between the Lions and Bears.
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|38.31%||8||Opp. Rush %||35.96%||4|
|61.69%||25||Opp. Pass %||64.04%||29|
- The Lions lead the NFL with 49 plays on offense of 20 or more yards.
- The Lions have scored 13 touchdowns from outside of the red zone, tied with Miami for the most in the league.
- Detroit has a league-best 7-2 record against the point spread this season.
- Detroit is seventh in the league in points per drive (2.34).
- The Bears are 27th in the league in points allowed per drive (2.12).
- Just 23.4% of the yardage allowed by Chicago has come via rushing, second in the league.
- 25.5% of the yardage allowed by Detroit has come via rushing, fifth in the league.
- Detroit is averaging 5.5 yards per first down rush, third in the league.
- The Bears and the Lions are allowing 3.4 yards per first down rush, tied for second in the league.
Trust = spike production for that player
Jared Goff (TRUST): Goff turned in his fourth top-10 scoring week of the season on Sunday, completing 23-of-33 passes for 333 yards and two touchdowns against the Chargers.
He threw for a season-high 10.1 yards per pass attempt.
Goff will look to keep things rolling in another favorable spot here at home.
The Bears are dead last in the NFL in pressuring the quarterback (28.7% of dropbacks).
When Goff has not been pressured, he is completing 74.5% of his passes (10th) for 8.3 yards per pass attempt (fifth) with 12 touchdowns and one interception.
The Bears have already allowed six QB1 scoring weeks, which include Jordan Love, Derek Carr, Russell Wilson, and Sam Howell.
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