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Inside The Gamebook – Matchups

Favorable Matchups

NY Giants at Houston: The Texans are allowing an average of 26.2 fantasy points per game to the receiver position and 14.8 fantasy points per game to the tight end position. They are allowing league highs of 337.8 passing yards per game at 8.7 yards per completion and 70.6% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Receivers have totaled 806 yards and 4 touchdowns and tight ends have totaled 410 yards and 3 touchdowns so far on the season.

Green Bay at Washington: The Redskins are allowing an average of 26.6 fantasy points per game to the receiver position. They are allowing 305 passing yards per game at 7.1 yards per completion and 67.2% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Receivers have totaled 825 yards and 4 touchdowns so far on the season.

Baltimore at Denver: The Broncos are allowing an average of 25 fantasy points per game to the receiver position. They are allowing 221.8 passing yards per game at 7.1 yards per completion and 63% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Receivers have totaled 641 yards and 6 touchdowns so far on the season.

St Louis at Detroit: The Lions are allowing an average of 23 fantasy points per game to the receiver position. They are allowing 241 passing yards per game at 8.7 yards per completion and 66.9% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Receivers have totaled 620 yards and 5 touchdowns so far on the season.

Atlanta at Cleveland: The Browns are allowing an average of 26.3 fantasy points per game to the receiver position. They are allowing 235.8 passing yards per game at 7.9 yards per completion and 65.3% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Receivers have totaled 690 yards and 6 touchdowns so far on the season.

Jacksonville at Buffalo: The Bills are allowing an average of 11.8 fantasy points per game to the tight end position. They are allowing 208.8 passing yards per game at 7.4 yards per completion and 67% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Tight ends have totaled 291 yards and 3 touchdowns so far on the season.

New Orleans at Arizona: The Cardinals are allowing an average of 11.3 fantasy points per game to the tight end position. They are allowing 233.2 passing yards per game at 6.9 yards per completion and 61.4% of opponent’s receptions have been caught. Tight ends have totaled 272 yards and 3 touchdowns so far on the season.

St Louis at Detroit: The Lions are allowing an average of 28 fantasy points per game to the running back position. They are allowing 134.5 rushing yards per game at 4.8 yards per carry. Running Backs have totaled 443 rushing yards with 5 touchdowns and 255 receiving yards with 2 touchdowns so far on the season.

San Diego at Oakland: The Raiders are allowing an average of 27.7 fantasy points per game to the running back position. They are allowing 162 rushing yards per game at 5.3 yards per carry. Running Backs have totaled 613 rushing yards with 5 touchdowns and 134 yards receiving with 1 touchdown so far on the season.

Jacksonville at Buffalo: The Bills are allowing an average of 27.1 fantasy points per game to the running back position. They are allowing 174 rushing yards per game at 4.6 yards per carry. Running Backs have totaled 641 rushing yards with 6 touchdowns and 83 yards receiving with 0 touchdowns so far on the season.

New Orleans at Arizona: The Cardinals are allowing an average of 27.9 fantasy points per game to the running back position. They are allowing 154.8 rushing yards per game at 4.4 yards per carry. Running Backs have totaled 607 yards with 5 touchdowns and 149 receiving yards with 1 touchdown so far on the season.

The Saints are allowing an average of 26.3 fantasy points per game to the running back position. They are allowing 138.2 rushing yards per game at 4.5 yards per carry. Running Backs have totaled 486 rushing yards with 4 touchdowns 207 receiving yards with 2 touchdowns so far on the season.

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