The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts Sunday afternoon game.

16.3Implied Total26.3
28.227Points All./Gm25.623
65.622Opp. Plays/Gm59.46
529Off. Yards/Play5.620
621Def. Yards/Play6.226
46.65%28Opp. Rush %45.12%26
53.35%5Opp. Pass %54.88%7
  • The Colts have allowed multiple passing touchdowns in nine consecutive games, the longest streak in the league.
  • The Texans have been outscored 88-27 in the second half this season, the largest differential in the league.
  • Houston is last in the NFL in yardage gained on first and second down (4.2 yards per play). 
  • The Texans have gained 87 yards on carries of 10 or more yards, the fewest in the NFL.
  • 29.5% of the fantasy points allowed by Houston have come via rushing, the highest rate in the league.

Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards


Carson Wentz: Wentz had his best game with the Colts on Monday night, throwing for 402 yards and 11.5 yards per pass attempt with a pair of touchdowns. It was Wentz’s first QB1 scoring week, but he has now had 17 or more fantasy points in every game except for one, the game he played with two injured ankles against the Titans.

The Texans have only allowed one QB1 scoring week through five games and it came attached two rushing touchdowns, but they also are not a team to run from, ranking 22nd in completion rate (68.3%), 24th in yards allowed per pass attempt (8.0 Y/A) and 16th in yards per completion (11.7 yards). Wentz has shown he is a high-floor quarterback and is in the streaming conversation as a high-end QB2 option.

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