The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Sunday afternoon game.
|39.14%||10||Opp. Rush %||42.58%||17|
|60.86%||23||Opp. Pass %||57.42%||16|
- The Bears are averaging 23.4 yards per drive, 31st in the league.
- Chicago is averaging 3.9 yards per play on first down, 31st in the league.
- The Packers are allowing 4.5 yards per play on first down, third in the league.
- The Bears are the only team in the league to have fewer than 50% of their yards come via passing (47.2%).
- Chicago is last in the league in offensive plays gaining 20 or more yards (nine).
- Bears games have averaged 119.8 combined offensive snaps per game, the fewest in the league.
Aaron Rodgers: Rodgers has posted over 19 fantasy points in each of the past four games, throwing multiple touchdowns in each, but is sitting on a high-scoring week of QB8 at this stage of the season.
The Bears have bounced back after a slow start to the season against the pass and are now mid-pack in passing points allowed per game (15.0). The closest fantasy QB1 they have faced since Matthew Stafford in Week 1 has been Derek Carr, however.
The Bears are also 23rd in pressure rate (20.5%) which is still the key to disrupting Rodgers since he is averaging just 4.8 yards per pass attempt under pressure with a 36.8% completion rate. When kept clean, those marks jump to a 74.4% completion rate and 8.5 yards per pass attempt.
Rodgers has yet to channel his ceiling from 2020, but is a high-floor QB1 option.