The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 14 Carolina Panthers at Seattle Seahawks Sunday afternoon game.
|44.94%||25||Opp. Rush %||46.84%||28|
|55.06%||8||Opp. Pass %||53.16%||5|
- 42.3% of the Seattle drives have reached the red zone or scored prior, third in the league.
- 27.1% of the Carolina drives have reached the red zone or scored prior, 29th in the league.
- 25.5% of the Seattle first down plays result in a new first down or touchdown, second in the league.
- 13.8% of the Carolina first down plays have resulted in a first down or touchdown, 32nd in the league.
- The Panthers have scored a touchdown on 5-of-69 (7.8%) first half possessions, the lowest rate in the league.
- The Seahawks are second in the NFL in yards per route run (1.44) as a team.
- Seattle has rushed for 421 fewer yards than their opponent over the past three games, the largest differential in the league.
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Geno Smith: Smith has set a new season-high in passing yardage in each of the past two weeks. Ending Sunday with 367 passing yards and three touchdowns, Smith has thrown for over 8.0 yards per pass attempt in each of the past four weeks while throwing multiple touchdowns in each of the past six games.
Smith has been a QB1 scorer in five straight weeks and in eight of his past 10 games. Smith has been a set-and-forget QB1 and one of the best stories of the season.
Believe it or not, Carolina is objectively the toughest fantasy matchup Smith has had since facing the 49ers in Week 2. Carolina is ninth in passing points allowed per attempt (0.370). They are allowing 6.6 yards per pass attempt (sixth), 9.9 yards per completed pass (second), and a 3.7% touchdown rate (10th).