The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos Sunday afternoon game.

Las VegasRank@DenverRank
20.5Implied Total24
2417Points All./Gm15.22
67.226Opp. Plays/Gm58.63
5.521Off. Yards/Play5.717
5.15Def. Yards/Play53
43.45%21Opp. Rush %38.91%9
56.55%12Opp. Pass %61.09%24
  • Games involving the Broncos are averaging 35.6 combined points per game, the fewest in the league.
  • The Raiders are last in the NFL in expected points added via their rushing offense (-24.3).
  • Raiders running backs are averaging 0.30 yards per carry before contact, the fewest in the league.
  • The Broncos are last in the league in third down conversion rate (28.6%) and are 31st in average yardage needed to gain (8.0 yards) on third downs.
  • Javonte Williams has forced a missed tackle 35.2% of his rushing attempts, the highest rate in the league.


Teddy Bridgewater: Bridgewater has finished as the QB15 or higher in three of his four full games played, but with a high of QB11. 

The Raiders have been surprisingly game to start the year against the pass, ranking sixth in points allowed per pass attempt (0.38) and second in yards allowed per pass attempt (6.1 Y/A). Even Justin Herbert had a season-low 5.8 yards per pass attempt against them while Lamar Jackson also had his season low in yards per attempt (7.8 Y/A) against Las Vegas. Bridgewater has not shown an elite ceiling to force him as a streamer in 1QB formats, but he remains a solid floor-based QB2 in 2QB formats.

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