The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 3 Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Commanders Sunday afternoon game.
|31.20%||4||Opp. Rush %||34.15%||7|
|68.80%||29||Opp. Pass %||65.85%||26|
- The Eagles have converted 56.7% (17-of-30) third downs, trailing only the Bills (60.9%) to open the year.
- Washington has allowed a league-high 11 gains of 20 or more yards through two weeks.
- Washington is allowing a league-high 8.5 yards per play on first down.
- Washington has produced 93.7 non-passing PPR points per game to open the year, only bested by Miami (95.0).
- Washington has allowed a league-high 213 yards on explosive rushing plays (gains of 10 or more yards).
- The Eagles are third in the NFL in rushing EPA per play (0.180) and first in success rate rushing (54.4%).
Trust = spike production for that player
Jalen Hurts (TRUST): Hurts has been the QB4 (24.7 points) and the QB3 (33.0 points) to kick off 2022. Hurts has once again stacked rushing points (15.0 and 17.7 each week), but the Eagles have allowed him to throw 32 and 31 passes to open the season, which gives him an ultra-high weekly ceiling when we run into passing efficiency as we did on Monday.
Hurts completed a career-high 83.9% of his passes while also throwing for 10.7 yards per pass attempt. There were just three games all of 2021 in which a quarterback completed 80% of his passes on 30 or more attempts, while also averaging over 10.0 yards per attempt.
Washington has struggled out of the gates defensively like they did a year ago. Through two weeks, Washington has allowed 0.52 passing points per attempt (24th), surrendering 12.1 yards per completion (26th) and a 6.6% touchdown rate (25th).