The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 5 Chicago Bears at Las Vegas Raiders Sunday afternoon game.

ChicagoRank@Las VegasRank
20.5Implied Total25
22.810Points All./Gm2519
62.512Opp. Plays/Gm6927
4.131Off. Yards/Play5.813
5.616Def. Yards/Play5.29
44.00%22Opp. Rush %39.49%10
56.00%11Opp. Pass %60.51%23
  • The Raiders are averaging 96.5 more passing yards per game than their opponent, third in the NFL.
  • The Bears are averaging 123.8 fewer passing yards per game than their opponent, 31st in the league.
  • Justin Fields was 5-of-6 passing for 172 yards on throws over 15 yards downfield in Week 4. 
  • Chicago quarterbacks were 1-of-4 passing for 21 yards on throws over 15 yards Weeks 1-3.
  • The Raiders have allowed a league-high 313 rushing yards on explosive runs of 10 or more yards.
  • 16.2% of the carries against the Raiders have gained 10 or more yards, 31st in the league.


Derek Carr: Carr’s streak of 20-point fantasy games was snapped on Monday night, as he posted season lows of 198 passing yards and 5.8 passing yards per attempt. He did manage to throw a pair of touchdowns, giving him multiple passing scores in all four games this year.

The Bears have recovered defensively the past three weeks after getting torched in Week 1 by Matthew Stafford, allowing 7.6 yards per pass attempt and 14.7 passing points per game. They have not been overly challenged by a string of Joe Burrow, Baker Mayfield, and Jared Goff, but in Burrow’s game sample, their performance stands out. Carr is a high-floor QB2. 

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