The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 14 Miami Dolphins at Los Angeles Chargers Sunday Night Football game.
|39.90%||8||Opp. Rush %||45.52%||27|
|60.10%||25||Opp. Pass %||54.48%||6|
- The Dolphins are allowing a league-high 2.78 points per drive on the road this season.
- Miami has allowed a score on 49.2% of possessions on the road, 31st in the league.
- The Chargers have allowed opponents to score on 42.9% of drives, 29th in the league.
- The Chargers have allowed a league-high 13 touchdowns from outside of the red zone.
- The Chargers are allowing a gain of 20 or more yards once every 13.6 plays, the highest rate in the league.
- Miami is averaging a gain of 20 or more yards once every 13.4 plays, second in the league.
- 76.4% of the Miami offensive yardage has come via passing, second in the league.
- 75.9% of the Chargers’ offensive yardage has come via passing, third in the league.
- The Chargers are allowing a league-high 6.7 yards per play on first down, ranking last in the league in yards allowed per rushing play (5.6) and passing play (8.5) on first down.
- Miami is averaging a league-high 6.9 yards per play on first down, averaging a league-high 9.0 yards per play on first down passing plays.
Trust = spike production for that player
Tua Tagovailoa (TRUST): Tagovailoa faced a strong pass defense for the first time since returning to the lineup and ran into his first bit of trouble. Tagovailoa completed a season-low 54.5% of his passes and threw a pair of interceptions. Our own Dan Pizzuta went deeper under the hood of the issues than went into the struggles last week.
The good news is that any down feeling should be short-lived as Tua and the Dolphins are drawing a Chargers defense that has not lived up to the offseason hype. The Chargers have allowed 7.4 yards per pass attempt (23rd), a 5.3% touchdown rate (29th), and 0.465 passing points per attempt (29th). The Chargers are also 21st in pressure rate (31.2%) and 24th in sack rate (5.5%).