The Worksheet, a fantasy football overview by Rich Hribar, breaking down everything you need to know for the Week 6 Minnesota Vikings at Carolina Panthers Sunday afternoon game.
|43.22%||19||Opp. Rush %||39.78%||12|
|56.78%||14||Opp. Pass %||60.22%||21|
- 90.9% (11-of-12) of the Minnesota offensive touchdowns have come via passing, the highest rate in the league. League average is 62.7%.
- 46.2% of the Carolina offensive touchdowns have come via passing, 28th in the league.
- The Vikings have allowed a rushing touchdown in 10 consecutive games dating back to last season, the longest streak in the league.
- The Panthers are second in the NFL in sack rate per dropback (9.9%) on defense while the Vikings are third (9.4%).
Trust = spike production for that player
Bust = down-week production for that player’s standards
Kirk Cousins: After kicking off the season with three straight top-12 scoring weeks, Cousins has flatlined the past two weeks with QB28 (10.1 points) and QB23 (13.4 points) scoring weeks. He still passed for 8.1 yards per attempt last week, but not smashing against the Lions defense was a letdown.
This week, he draws a Carolina defense that is fourth in the NFL in passing points allowed (11.8 per game). They have not been overly challenged by high-end passers to open the year outside of Dak Prescott, but on the road with a marginal team total, Cousins is a mid-to-back QB2.