The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 3 Pittsburgh Steelers at Cleveland Browns Thursday Night Football game.
|40.63%||15||Opp. Rush %||33.33%||5|
|59.37%||18||Opp. Pass %||66.67%||28|
- The Browns have 254 more rushing yards than their opponent, the largest differential through two weeks.
- The Browns have allowed a league-high 269 yards on explosive pass plays (gains of 20-plus yards).
- Cleveland also has the fewest yardage (74 yards) gained on explosive pass plays offensively.
- The Steelers have gained 21.4 yards per drive, the fewest in the league.
- The Browns have scored on 52.4% of their drives, trailing only the Bills and Chiefs through two weeks.
- The Steelers are averaging 2.88 yards per rush on first down, the lowest rate in the league.
Trust = spike production for that player
Jacoby Brissett: Brissett played a strong game on Sunday versus the jets, completing 22-of-27 passes for 229 yards with a touchdown and an interception. He also added 43 rushing yards, which netted him a QB17 scoring week (15.5 points).
That is as strong as you can hope for if pressed to start Brissett in QB2 formats.
Pittsburgh has allowed a QB12 scoring week to Joe Burrow (18.2 points) and a QB20 scoring week to Mac Jones (12.7 points) to open the season, allowing 0.31 passing points per attempt (14th), 6.7 yards per pass attempt (14th), and 10.9 yards per completion (17th).