The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 3 Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals Sunday afternoon game.
|45.61%||24||Opp. Rush %||37.80%||11|
|54.39%||9||Opp. Pass %||62.20%||22|
- Under Sean McVay, the Rams are 10-1 (9-1-1 ATS) versus Arizona, including a 6-1 (5-1-1 ATS) record with Arizona under Kliff Kingsbury.
- The Rams are 31st in success rate allowed per dropback (58.3%) while Arizona is 32nd (59.1%).
- Arizona has trailed for 94.3% of their offensive snaps, the highest rate through two weeks.
- Arizona has been outscored 43-7 in the first half, the largest differential in the league through two weeks.
- The Cardinals have scored a touchdown on all four of their fourth quarter possessions, but just 2-of-15 prior.
- The Rams are averaging a league-low 2.7 yards per rushing play through two weeks.
Trust = spike production for that player
Matthew Stafford (TRUST): Stafford bounced back after a brutal Week 1 performance, closing last week as the QB11 (18.9 points) even though he did throw a pair of interceptions, giving five now through two weeks.
Stafford gave Arizona trouble a year ago, posting games with 24.3, 23.5, and 19.3 fantasy points as he completed 70.5% of his passes for 8.7 Y/A with seven touchdowns to one interception.
The Cardinals have allowed the QB1 and QB10 to Patrick Mahomes to Derek Carr to open the season while they have allowed multiple touchdown passes now in nine straight games dating back to last season.
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