The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 7 New York Giants at Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon game.

NY GiantsRank@JacksonvilleRank
19.75Implied Total22.75
18.87Points All./Gm199
593Opp. Plays/Gm63.820
5.122Off. Yards/Play5.611
5.823Def. Yards/Play5.29
43.79%22Opp. Rush %39.16%9
56.21%11Opp. Pass %60.84%24
  • The Giants have led for just 23.3% of their offensive snaps, the lowest rate of all teams with a winning record and 25th in the NFL altogether.
  • Jacksonville has led for 40.3% of their offensive snaps (ninth in the league), the highest rate of all teams with a losing record.
  • The Giants are averaging 31.4 plays per gain of 20 or more yards, the lowest rate in the league.
  • The Giants have scored on 27.6% (8-of-29) first half possessions, 27th in the league.
  • The Giants have scored on 50.0% (17-of-34) second half possessions, second in the league.
  • 27.3% of the Jacksonville rushing attempts have failed to gain yardage, the highest rate in the league.
  • The Jaguars have hit their implied team total in five games this season, the most in the league.
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Trevor Lawrence: Lawrence had his second top-10 scoring week on the season, both coming against the Colts. Lawrence was 20-of-22 passing, but also threw for just 165 yards with a touchdown. His 10.6 passing points were his second-lowest total on the season, but Lawrence added a pair of 1-yard touchdowns on the ground to inflate his fantasy line. 

In two games against the Colts, Lawrence has completed 45-of-52 passes (86.5%) for 400 yards (7.7 Y/A) with three passing touchdowns (5.8% touchdown rate). Against everyone else this season, Lawrence has completed 58.3% of his passes for 6.6 Y/A and a 3.9% touchdown rate.

If you are facing the Giants then you should know you are getting blitzed. New York is blitzing on a league-high 47.5% of opponent passing plays, playing man coverage on 48.2% (second highest). New York is playing man coverage on 61.1% of their blitzes on passing plays, which is ninth in the league.

Lawrence is averaging just 5.3 air yards per attempt against the blitz this season, which ranks 31st in the league. His 79.9 rating against the blitz ranks 24th. On blitzes with man coverage behind them, Lawrence is averaging just 3.6 yards per pass attempt, 29th in the league, but he is averaging 9.2 yards per pass attempt (fourth) against zone blitzes. 

The Giants have not allowed multiple passing touchdowns in a game since Week 1 while allowing 12.6 passing points per game (12th). In a low-total game environment, Lawrence is more of a 2QB option than an outright streamer in 1QB formats.

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