The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 12 New York Jets at Houston Texans Sunday afternoon game.
|43.66%||23||Opp. Rush %||44.86%||26|
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- The Jets (-142) and Houston (-121) are the bottom two teams in the league in point differential.
- The Jets are averaging 76.5 fewer yards per game than their opponent (30th) while the Texans are averaging 118.2 fewer yards per game than their opponent, last in the league.
- The Jets have had the lead for 25 offensive plays this season, the fewest in the league.
- The Texans are last in the league in expected points added via their rushing offense (-43.8 points).
- Houston is averaging a first down or touchdown once every 4.4 offensive plays, the lowest rate in the league.
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Tyrod Taylor: Taylor only completed 58.3% of his passes for 107 yards and 4.5 yards per pass attempt last week, but he was able to post 19.1 fantasy points due to producing 28 yards and a pair of touchdown runs on the ground. Taylor now has as many rushing touchdowns (three) as passing touchdowns on his limited sample this season.
The Jets are a team we have we have targeted for streamers if you can get down to Taylor. New York is 28th in points allowed per attempt (0.50) and 29th in passing points allowed per game (17.6) while ranking last in yards allowed per attempt (8.3 Y/A). If you don’t get all the way to Taylor in 1QB formats, he is a matchup-based 2QB option.