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Week 4 Matchups

 

Favorable Matchups:

 

BUF @ STL:

Saint Louis ranks as the weakest fantasy group against the receiver position on a per game basis. They also rank as the 3rd weakest fantasy group against the quarterback position.

Saint Louis has allowed a 66% reception conversion rate of receivers intended targets this season. They are averaging 236 yards allowed per game to the receiver position. They have allowed an average of 13.33 receptions and 17.7 yards per reception to the receivers per game. They are tied with the third most touchdowns allowed to the receivers at 1.33 per game or a touchdown on every 10 receptions allowed for the season.

 

SF @ NO:

New Orleans ranks as the 5th weakest fantasy group against the receiver position on a per game basis. They also rank as the 8th weakest fantasy group against the quarterback position.

New Orleans has allowed a 60% reception conversion rate of receivers intended targets this season. They are averaging 190 yards allowed per game to the receiver position. They have allowed an average of 13.66 receptions and 13.9 yards per reception to the receivers per game. They are tied with the fourth most touchdowns allowed to the receivers at 1 per game or a touchdown on every 13.66 receptions allowed for the season.

 

TB vs GB:

Green Bay ranks as the 9th weakest fantasy group against the receiver position on a per game basis. They also rank as the 7th weakest fantasy group against the quarterback position.

Green Bay has only allowed a 40% reception conversion rate of receivers intended targets this season. However, they are averaging 142.33 yards allowed per game to the receiver position. They have allowed an average of 8 receptions and 17.79 yards per reception to the receivers per game. They are tied with the fourth most touchdowns allowed to the receivers at 1.33 per game or a touchdown on every 6 receptions allowed for the season and they will be without starting CB Al Harris and SS Atari Bigby, while FS Nick Collins is uncertain to play due to a back injury and CB Charles Woodson has been limited with a toe injury.

 

Unfavorable Matchups:

 

PIT vs BAL:

Baltimore ranks as the strongest fantasy group against the receiver position on a per game basis. They also rank as the 2nd strongest fantasy group against the quarterback position.

Baltimore has only allowed a 37% reception conversion rate of receivers intended targets this season. They are only averaging 58 yards allowed per game to the receiver position. They have allowed an average of 5 receptions and 11.6 yards per reception to the receivers per game. They have not allowed any touchdowns to the receiver position this season.

 

MIN @ TEN:

Tennessee ranks as the 3rd strongest fantasy group against the receiver position on a per game basis. They also rank as the 3rd strongest fantasy group against the quarterback position.

Tennessee has allowed a 48% reception conversion rate of receivers intended targets this season. They are only averaging 103.33 yards allowed per game to the receiver position. They have allowed an average of 9.66 receptions and 10.68 yards per reception to the receivers per game. They have not allowed any touchdowns to the receiver position this season.

 

NYJ vs ARI:

Arizona ranks as the 4th strongest fantasy group against the receiver position on a per game basis. They also rank as the 8th strongest fantasy group against the quarterback position.

Arizona has allowed a 63% reception conversion rate of receivers intended targets this season. However, they are only averaging 97 yards allowed per game to the receiver position. They have allowed an average of 8.33 receptions and 11.64 yards per reception to the receivers per game. They are tied with the second least amount of touchdowns allowed to the receivers at 1 for the season.

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