The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 3 Las Vegas Raiders at Tennessee Titans Sunday afternoon game.

Las VegasRank@TennesseeRank
24.25Implied Total22.25
26.524Points All./Gm3130
71.527Opp. Plays/Gm61.515
5.512Off. Yards/Play4.825
5.415Def. Yards/Play6.630
41.26%17Opp. Rush %45.53%23
58.74%16Opp. Pass %54.47%10
  • The Raiders (2-of-10) and Titans (1-of-13) have combined to score a touchdown on three of their 23 drives in the second half through two weeks.
  • The Titans are last in the NFL in expected points added per play (-0.17).
  • The Titans are sixth in first down run rate (60.8%) despite ranking 18th in yards per carry on those runs (4.1 YPC).
  • Las Vegas has a 1.2% sack rate (32nd).
  • The Raiders have just two sacks plus takeaways through two weeks, the fewest in the league.

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Derek Carr: Carr closed Week 2 as the QB10 (18.9 points) but there certainly was fantasy meat left on the bone for the Raiders offense last week. After Carr went 18-of-24 for 210 yards and two touchdowns in the first half last week, the Raiders took their foot off the gas as Carr was 7-of-15 for 42 yards with no scores after the break against the Cardinals.

Despite the second half of Sunday, Carr is back on the radar as a back-end QB1 option this week against a Tennessee defense on a short week that is banged up and is allowing a league-high 0.72 passing points per attempt through two weeks. 

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