The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans Monday Night Football game.
|36.15%||5||Opp. Rush %||41.39%||16|
|63.85%||28||Opp. Pass %||58.61%||17|
- Buffalo leads the NFL in expected points added via defense (44.6). The next closest team is a 21.9 points added.
- Opponents have converted 35.7% (5-of-14) red zone possessions for touchdowns against the Bills, the lowest rate in the league.
- The Bills have led for 82.9% of their offensive snaps. The next closest team (Carolina) is at 65.9%.
- Buffalo has led by double-digits for 52.3% of their offensive snaps. The next closest team (Arizona) is at 34.4%.
- The Titans are last in the NFL in sack differential (-10).
- Tennessee is allowing 5.4 sacks plus turnovers per game, tied for the most in the league with the Jets.
- The Bills have forced 5.8 sacks plus turnovers per game defensively, the most in the league.
Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards
Josh Allen (TRUST): Allen turned in his second monster game last week, positing 36.5 points on Sunday night against a moribund Chiefs defense. It was his second 30-point scoring game on the season and his eighth 30-point scoring game since the start of last season, the most for any quarterback in the league.
This week he draws another Charmin soft defense in Tennessee. The Titans are 24th in points allowed per pass attempt (0.51), 28th in yards allowed per attempt (8.4 Y/A), and 30th in yards allowed per completion (13.2).
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