The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 5 Indianapolis Colts at Baltimore Ravens Monday Night Football game.
|48.02%||30||Opp. Rush %||33.47%||4|
|51.98%||3||Opp. Pass %||66.53%||29|
- Lamar Jackson leads the league in rate of completions to gain 20 or more yards (25.3%).
- Jackson is averaging 9.3 air yards per completed pass, the highest in the league.
- The Colts have converted 10.9% of their red zone plays for touchdowns, the lowest rate in the league. League rate is 23.2%.
- The Colts have run 12 plays inside of the 5-yard line (tied for the most), but have just one touchdown on those plays.
- Carson Wentz has been pressured on a league-high 47.4% of his dropbacks through four weeks.
Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards
Lamar Jackson (TRUST): Jackson has posted just one QB1 scoring week through weeks, but has scored 18 or more fantasy points in all four games. A big culprit for Jackson failing to access his ceiling is that he has not thrown multiple passing touchdowns in a game yet this season. Jackson is averaging a career-high 31.0 pass attempts and 269.3 passing yards per game, so he has just been unlucky in that department. In terms of expected touchdown passes, Jackson has thrown 3.0 fewer touchdowns below expectation, ahead of only Daniel Jones (3.6) and Baker Mayfield (4.0).
A good place to get them back would be against a Colts defense that is allowing a league-high 10.0% touchdown rate to opposing passers and a league-high 11 passing touchdowns.