The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 13 Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams Sunday afternoon game.
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- The Rams are 81.5 points below the spread now on the season, the worst differential in the league.
- The Rams have a -46 point differential off of turnovers versus their opponent, the worst differential in the league.
- 41.9% of the Rams’ drives have ended without a first down or touchdown, the highest rate in the league.
- 42.0% of the Seattle drives have reached the red zone or scored prior, trailing only the Chiefs (48.7%) and Bills (45.7%).
- The Seahawks have scored the most touchdowns from outside of the red zone (14).
- The Seahawks have allowed the most touchdowns from outside of the red zone (11).
- Seattle is averaging a league-high 5.2 scoring plays per game.
- The Rams are averaging 3.1 scoring plays per game, tied for the fewest in the league with the Broncos.
Geno Smith: Smith delivered again on Sunday, throwing for a season-high 328 yards with a pair of passing scores. Smith has now thrown multiple passing touchdowns in five straight games and in 9-of-11 games this season.
Smith has been a QB1 in seven of his past nine games and has just one week closing lower than QB18. He has been one of the highest floor QB1 plays on the board to this point of the season. Seattle may not have to step on the gas here to push Smith into a spike week, but he is right there again this week.
The Rams are floundering across the board here to close the season and that includes defensively. Over the past two weeks, they have allowed Andy Dalton (22.4 points) and Patrick Mahomes (18.4 points) to log QB1 scoring weeks.