The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Kansas City Chiefs at Washington Football Team Sunday afternoon game.
|44.01%||23||Opp. Rush %||40.87%||13|
|55.99%||10||Opp. Pass %||59.13%||20|
- Kansas City has allowed 30 or more points in four straight games for the first time franchise history.
- Games involving the Chiefs are averaging a league-high 63.4 combined points per game.
- Games involving Washington are averaging 55.6 combined points per game, the fourth-most in the league.
- Opponents have scored on 54.2% of their drives versus the Chiefs, the highest rate in the league.
- Washington is 31st in the league, allowing opponents to score on 52.7% of their drives.
- The Chiefs have allowed opponents to gain a first down on 35.3% of their first or second down plays, the highest rate in the league.
- The Chiefs have turned the ball over on a league-high 21.7% of their possessions.
- Washington has trailed for 84.9% of their offensive snaps, the highest rate in the league.
Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards
Patrick Mahomes (TRUST): Mahomes had his first non-QB1 scoring week of the season last week, closing as the QB14 (18.9 points). Even those points were anchored by 61 rushing yards as Mahomes set season-lows with a 61.1% completion rate and 5.0 yards per pass attempt. Mahomes also threw two interceptions, giving him at least one interception in four straight games for just the second time in his career.
He gets a huge get-right spot here as Washington has been melted for 22.5 passing points per game (31st) and has allowed four straight top-five scorers at the position.