The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 12 Green Bay Packers at Philadelphia Eagles Sunday Night Football game.
|49.47%||30||Opp. Rush %||40.59%||8|
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- The Packers have scored on 29.1% of their drives, ahead of only the Broncos (27.6%).
- The Packers are averaging 3.1 scoring plays per game, the fewest in the league.
- 17.8% of all plays run against Green Bay have come from inside of the red zone, the highest rate in the league.
- 82.6% (19-of-23) of the touchdowns scored by the Packers have come via passing, the highest rate in the league.
- 54.6% (18-of-33) of the Philadelphia touchdowns have come via rushing, third in the league.
- 78.6% (33-of-42) of the Philadelphia scoring plays have been touchdowns, the highest rate in the league.
- The Eagles are averaging 2.6 more yards per passing play than their opponent, the largest differential in the league.
Jalen Hurts: 10 games in and Hurts has locked up nine weeks as a QB1 with eight as a top-six scorer. Hurts has thrown for fewer than 200 yards in back-to-back games for the first time this season but has added a rushing touchdown each week to make up ground.
After a slow trickle of rushing output from Hurts, the faucet was back open last week. Hurts rushed 16 times for 86 yards after rushing 26 times for 88 yards over the previous four games. Only two of those were scrambles for 29 yards.
Hurts has established himself as a front-end QB1 for fantasy. The Packers have not allowed a quarterback to finish higher than 10th this season, but their defense has been lackluster of late. Green Bay has allowed multiple passing touchdowns in five straight games (the longest ongoing streak in the league) which includes Taylor Heinicke, Jared Goff, and Ryan Tannehill.
Green Bay is blitzing on 44.9% of passing plays (second). When Hurts has been blitzed he has a depth of target of 6.2 yards downfield, 32nd in the NFL.