The Worksheet, a comprehensive fantasy football preview by Rich Hribar, breaks down everything you need to know about the Week 4 matchup between the Raiders and Chargers.
Find a breakdown of every Week 4 NFL game in our Worksheet Hub.
|Las Vegas||Rank||@||LA Chargers||Rank|
|45.83%||23||Opp. Rush %||37.86%||8|
|54.17%||10||Opp. Pass %||62.14%||25|
- The Raiders are allowing 2.75 points per drive (28th) while the Chargers are allowing 2.64 points per drive (27th).
- 43.8% (14-of-32) of the Chargers possessions have reached the red zone or scored prior, fifth in the league.
- 48.5% (16-of-33) of the drives against the Chargers have reached the red zone or scored prior, 31st in the league.
- The Chargers are second in the NFL in gains of 20 or more yards (17).
- The Chargers have allowed the most plays of 20 or more yards (18).
- 28.8% of the Las Vegas rushing attempts have gained five or more yards, 31st in the NFL and ahead of only Houston (24.3%).
- The Raiders have turned the ball over on a league-high 25.0% of their possessions.
Trust = spike production for that player
Justin Herbert (TRUST): Herbert is cooking out of the gates this season, posting top-10 scoring weeks with 20 or more fantasy points in all three games this season.
He is coming off completing 40-of-47 passes (85.1%) for 405 yards and three touchdowns on Sunday, the highest completion rate for any quarterback to ever throw the football 45 or more times.
Herbert draws another fantastic matchup this week against a Las Vegas defense that is allowing a 74.8% completion rate (30th), a 7.1% touchdown rate (30th), and 0.560 passing points per attempt (29th).
The Raiders have allowed multiple passing touchdowns in every game this season, including the highest-scoring game Kenny Pickett (QB13) had this season a week ago.
To continue reading this article
and gain access to The Worksheet and all of Rich's regular content, including positional rankings and chats, click below to purchase our season-long fantasy package.Purchase