The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 5 Tennessee Titans at Jacksonville Jaguars Sunday afternoon game.
|39.83%||13||Opp. Rush %||47.13%||28|
|60.17%||20||Opp. Pass %||52.87%||5|
- Derrick Henry’s 127 touches are the most through four games in a season since 2003 and the fourth-most ever.
- Henry is the first player to have 30 or more touches in three straight games since Mark Ingram in 2014.
- Henry leads the league with 78 touches on first down. The next closest player (Joe Mixon) has 51.
- The Jaguars are the only team remaining that has yet to make a field goal.
- Jacksonville is averaging a league-low 1.5 sacks plus turnovers per game defensively.
- Tennessee is allowing a league-high 6.0 sacks plus turnovers per game.
Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards
Ryan Tannehill: Considering what he was working with last week, Tannehill’s QB17 (18.8 points) scoring week was plenty good enough for expectations. Especially since he only rushed for nine yards as part of the output.
We still are flying in the dark early in the week on if either A.J. Brown or Julio Jones will return to the lineup this week, leaving us in the same position as last week where Tannehill has a favorable matchup, but could be dragged down by surrounding personnel. The Jaguars are allowing 18.3 passing points per game (26th) and 0.55 points per attempt (27th). We will update this throughout the week as news comes out on Tannehill’s weaponry, but early in the week, we are approaching things as if he is more of a mid-QB2 option like a week ago.