The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 12 Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals Sunday afternoon game.

LA ChargersRank@ArizonaRank
26Implied Total22
25.829Points All./Gm26.931
61.38Opp. Plays/Gm62.514
5.318Off. Yards/Play4.830
631Def. Yards/Play5.824
44.37%22Opp. Rush %40.32%7
55.63%11Opp. Pass %59.68%26
  • The Chargers are a league-best 5-0 against the spread on the road this season.
  • The Chargers are 28th in points allowed per play (0.421) while Arizona is 30th (0.431).
  • 41.8% of the drives against the Chargers have reached the red zone or scored prior, 30th in the league.
  • The Chargers are fourth in the NFL in touchdown rate per drive (31.5%) in the first half of games. 
  • Arizona is allowing a touchdown on 25.4% of first half drives (24th).
  • The Chargers are 28th in the NFL in touchdown rate per drive (13.2%) in the second half of games. 
  • The Chargers have allowed 13.7 yards per completion over the past four weeks, 31st in the league.
  • Arizona is averaging a league-low 9.0 yards per completed pass.
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Justin Herbert (TRUST): We did not get a complete runout with a full set of pass catchers available Sunday, but Herbert still bounced back with a strong fantasy week (19.7 points), completing 23-of-30 passes for 280 yards and a pair of touchdowns. Herbert completed a season-high 76.7% of his passes for a season-high 9.3 yards per pass attempt. 

We are getting another great matchup this week to double down on Herbert having his first back-to-back weeks as a QB1 since the opening two weeks of the season. 

Arizona has been shredded of late, allowing a top-six scoring quarterback in four of their past five games, with the lone exception being the week the Rams rolled out John Wolford. Outside of that game, Arizona has allowed Andy Dalton (26.5 points), Kirk Cousins (23.5 points), Geno Smith (20.8 points), and Jimmy Garoppolo (25.4 points) to all score over 20 fantasy points. 

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