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Matchup Analysis: Tennessee Titans at New England Patriots

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Titans 0, Patriots 0

FBG Projections

TeamRushYardsTDCompAttPass YdTDINT

Tennessee Titans Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Titans Offense20.9 (-0.7) (18)120 (+9) (9)199 (-25) (23)
Patriots Defense18.5 (-3.2) (5)115 (+4) (20)251 (+26) (30)

New England Patriots Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Patriots Offense28.6 (+6.9) (2)118 (+8) (10)276 (+51) (2)
Titans Defense22.2 (+0.5) (18)88 (-22) (4)240 (+15) (25)

Titans Rushing offense

Good matchup vs. the Patriots defense.

The Titans rushing offense got right back on track in last week’s Wild Card round of the playoffs against a bottom-rated Chiefs run defense. Derrick Henry ran all over the Chiefs, averaging 6.8 yards per rush with 156 yards on 23 carries and one rushing touchdown. Henry routinely gained chunk yardage on the ground with nine rushes of seven or more yards and four of those rushes going for 12 or more yards. Henry fought hard for these 156 yards as 83 of them came after contact with Henry forcing six missed tackles on the day. His offensive line played a big part in Henry’s success here too though. This Titans offensive line has been a solid run-blocking unit for this entire season with Pro Bowl left tackle Taylor Lewan anchoring the unit. Left guard Quinton Spain has done a great job on the interior and had a great game as he actually looked like the team’s best run-blocker on the day. Marcus Mariota has added a big spark in this Titans ground game lately as well. Mariota started the regular season with at least 24 rushing yards in four straight games before he was set back with a hamstring injury in Week 4. Mariota rushed for over 20 yards in just four his last 11 games of the season after this injury. Mariota has picked up the pace recently though as he now has rushed for at least 24 yards in three straight games, including a 60-yard performance in Week 17 and a 48-yard outing last week. Mariota did not hesitate to run when it mattered most, particularly on third downs, as he is showing no signs of injury at this point in the season. He is a dynamic threat with his legs and will certainly be a challenge for the Patriots to scheme against in this game.

The Patriots finished the regular season with one of the worst rushing defenses in the league despite their strong performance against a Jets team that was forced to abandon the run in Week 17. On a per rush basis, the Patriots ranked next to last in the league with 4.7 yards per attempt allowed. Using DVOA, this unit ranks 30th against the run. What saved this defense from being a fantasy doormat for opposing running backs was their ability to limit scoring with only six rushing touchdowns allowed combined with the benefit of game scripts consisting of teams constantly playing from behind. Over the last five games of the season, the Patriots allowed over 70 rushing yards to a running back in four of the five games, with over 90 yards allowed in three of those contests—including a 114-yard game to Kenyan Drake and a 117-yard outing to LeVeon Bell. Their defensive front seven has been relatively healthy as of late with only rotating defensive lineman Alan Branch banged up but expected to return for this week’s game. The linebacker position is where New England has been most vulnerable as both Kyle Van Noy and Elandon Roberts had terrible seasons. The recent addition of James Harrison does add a wrinkle to this defense, but Harrison may not see a ton of playing time and has not been nearly as effective in his later years as he was during the prime of his career. This matchup for Titans is nearly as good as the Chiefs were last week, and we saw what the combination of Derrick Henry and Marcus Mariota did against them. With the Titans offensive line having a clear advantage in the trenches, watch out for Derrick Henry on the occasions he can make it to the second level this week.

Titans Passing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Patriots defense.

It is no question that the Titans passing offense has struggled in the second half of this year’s season. Over Marcus Mariota’s last seven games, he is averaging just 193 passing yards per game with seven touchdowns to six interceptions. This offense has been a run-first unit all season long, and that has definitely shown in their recent games. Mariota completed only 12 passes against Jacksonville in Week 17 followed by just 19 completions last week against the Chiefs. When under pressure in big situations, Mariota has tended to rely more on his legs than his arm to make difficult throws. However, when Mariota has needed to throw in those situations, Delanie Walker has been there more often than not as Walker has been his top receiver all season long. Walker finished the regular season averaging just over four receptions and 50 yards per game with three touchdowns. He had been trending in the wrong direction in his final four games of the regular season with 42, 37, 33, and 19 receiving yards in each game, but Walker bounced back in a big way with 74 receiving yards on six receptions last week, making a number of catches on big third-down situations as he worked the middle of the field with ease. Eric Decker came up big for the Titans last week also with the game-winning 22-yard touchdown reception, but Decker’s hands have been far from reliable with four drops over his last two games. He is not a volume receiver by any means, but he has proven that he can come up big in critical situations. Corey Davis was targeted only two times in their season finale, but he finished with seven targets in last week’s game—second-most on the team. Davis could not do much with those targets though as he amassed just 35 yards as the Titans outside receivers all struggled to get open last week. Rishard Matthews has also been trending in the wrong direction as he now has only five receptions from eight targets in his last three games after averaging nearly seven targets per game through Week 15 of the regular season.

The Patriots passing defense played much better during the second half of the regular season after an absolutely laughable first half of the year. Since Week 7, the Patriots have given up just the fourth-fewest fantasy points per game and fourth-fewest passing touchdowns to opposing quarterbacks. While matchups against the likes of Matt Moore, Jay Cutler, Brock Osweiler, and Bryce Petty certainly help bolster their stats, this unit has definitely looked better against the pass. Stephon Gilmore has been their best cornerback this season and should be matched up primarily against Corey Davis. While Gilmore has had a solid season, we have definitely seen him struggle at times, including in Week 16 against the Bills where he allowed five of seven passes thrown his way to be completed. Malcolm Butler is another talented cornerback that can create matchup problems for any opposing wide receiver. That receiver happens to be Rishard Matthews this week, and Matthews is coming off a big slump as mentioned above. The matchup to watch here though has to be that of Delanie Walker, as he is the top threat in the Titans passing attack. The Patriots gave up a whopping six touchdowns to opposing tight ends over their first six games, but they haven’t allowed a touchdown to the position since then. The level of talent faced in recent weeks has not been anywhere near the caliber of Delanie Walker though, as Walker has been one of the most consistent tight ends in football this season. Patrick Chung should draw coverage on Walker for most of the day, and Chung has actually been stingy with just over a 50% catch rate this season. The matchup could certainly be better for Walker, but it is not a horrible one especially since the Titans use Walker on a variety of routes, including shorter options that can and should match him up against the weaker Patriots linebackers at times.

Patriots Rushing offense

Tough matchup vs. the Titans defense.

The Patriots are dealing with a slew of injuries at the running back position that has a good chance of culminating to a very Patriot-like mess in the backfield this week. The trio of Rex Burkhead, James White, and Mike Gillislee all remain on the injury report as of early in the week. Both Burkhead and White are practicing and likely to play, while Gillislee has sat out practice early in the week and is looking doubtful for Saturday night. It is likely that we will see the trio of Burkhead, White, and Dion Lewis on the field this week—a familiar site as Mike Gillislee sat out Weeks 10 thru 15 of the regular season. Over that span, this trio of running backs split snaps pretty evenly. It was Lewis who was allotted the majority of the carries in each week though, averaging 12 carries and 67 rushing yards per game. White will contribute more in the passing game while Burkhead has been a key red zone running back with five rushing touchdowns over that six-game span. Dion Lewis, however, has made a very convincing case over the past few weeks to lead this backfield. Lewis has a rushing touchdown in three straight games and a receiving touchdown in each of his last two outings. Serving as the primary running back for the Patriots in Weeks 16-17, Lewis was given 24 and 26 carries with 129 and 93 rushing yards in those two games. He contributed more than he has all season in the passing game also with 11 receptions for 64 yards and two touchdowns, showing that he is capable of being an every down back if needed. It is always tough to predict what Bill Belichick will do with his running backs, but trends point to Dion Lewis being the most valuable asset in this backfield.

The Titans run defense shined last week against the Chiefs as they held the league’s rushing title-holder Kareem Hunt to just 42 yards on 11 carries, including only 17 yards in the second half. The Titans finished the regular season ranked seventh against the run using DVOA and had been a pretty stingy unit in terms of fantasy points allowed to running backs. The Titans gave up just five rushing touchdowns this season—the lowest of any defense in football. While they did allow Kareem Hunt to find the end zone last week, the Titans hadn’t allowed a rushing touchdown to running backs for five straight weeks coming into that game. Jurrell Casey put pressure on the Chiefs’ offensive line all game last week as he was constantly in their backfield. Casey has been a terror on the defensive line all season long as he is one of the best interior defensive linemen in football. Titans nose tackle Sylvester Williams also made some big plays last week as he has had a solid first season with the Titans since departing the Broncos. The play of the Titans linebackers has also been a big reason why this team has been as successful as they have been against the run with both Avery Williamson and Wesley Woodyard contributing in a big way against opposing running backs. This defense as a whole had a very impressive second half against the Chiefs last week, so they will look to carry that over into this game against the Patriots’ trio of running backs.

Patriots Passing offense

Great matchup vs. the Titans defense.

Tom Brady and the Patriots passing offense certainly did not close out the season on a high note as Brady posted his two lowest passing yardage totals in back to back weeks with his lowest completion percentage since Week 1 in their season finale against the Jets. Despite his slow finish though, Brady still finished the season as the league-leader in passing yards and the second-ranked fantasy quarterback. While there has been no shortage of off-the-field drama surrounding Brady over the last two weeks, expect for the veteran to be locked in, as usual, in his first playoff appearance this season. Rob Gronkowski has been the top receiving option for the Patriots, finishing just two yards and four receptions ahead of Brandin Cooks despite sitting out two games due to injury and suspension and virtually missing the last game as he posted an egg on the stat sheet against the Jets. Leading into Week 17, Gronkowski had a couple of massive games in Weeks 13 and 15, amassing nine receptions in each outing for 147 and 168 yards. The week of rest is big for the often-injured Gronkowski, so look for him to be a big threat playing healthy this week. Brandin Cooks finished with his third straight season of over 1,000 receiving yards as he was a big part of this Patriots offense throughout the season. Cooks was best-used as a deep threat as he ranked second among wide receivers with 608 yards from deep passes. He will certainly present a matchup issue for the Titans secondary with his game-changing speed. Based on reports early in the week, it looks like Chris Hogan should be expected to return to the field this week. Hogan has virtually missed the entire second half of the year after his Week 8 injury, so he will be a much-welcomed addition for the Patriots passing offense. The final aspect to watch here involves the Patriots running backs coming out of the backfield. With James White set to return from injury, both he and Dion Lewis post a threat in the passing game for the Patriots. The Titans finished the regular season allowing nearly 100 receptions and close to 1,000 receiving yards to opposing running backs—so watch out for these pass-catching running backs to try and replicate what we saw Todd Gurley do to the Titans defense in Week 16.

The Titans passing defense showed many of their weaknesses during last week’s game as Alex Smith ended with 264 passing yards and two touchdowns. However, most of the production allowed by the Titans came in the first half as they shut out the Chiefs during an excellent second half for this defense as a whole. Throughout the season, the secondary for the Titans has certainly been a vulnerability despite some solid individual contributors. Kevin Byard has played as a pro-bowl caliber safety at times and finished the regular season tied with the league’s most interceptions (8). Byard should have the tall task of watching after Rob Gronkowski this week though. While Byard has made impressive plays on the ball this season, he has shown to be susceptible in coverage with over two-thirds of the balls thrown his way caught. Logan Ryan has been their best cornerback but has been dealing with an ankle injury in recent weeks. Ryan typically lines up in the slot, so look for him to primarily be covering Danny Amendola. Adoree Jackson has had a solid rookie season at cornerback, but he also has proven to be vulnerable as we saw last week with Tyreek Hill burning him on more than one occasion. Jackson should square off against Brandin Cooks on most snaps in what looks to be a pretty even matchup between the two. Tye Smith is the third cornerback for this unit, filling in for the injured Leshaun Sims. Smith has played well allowing just a 40% catch rate over a short sample size. Smith should be tasked with covering primarily Chris Hogan pending Hogan’s return to the field. Overall, this is a secondary that has some talent, but also can be picked apart by an solid quarterback, as we saw during the regular season as the likes of Russell Wilson and Ben Roethlisberger each posted four passing touchdowns on them. Tom Brady is definitely in this category and has the ability to pick this unit apart, but in order to do it, he will have to stay upright. The Titans will certainly try to apply pressure as they finished the regular season tied with the fifth most sacks while also sacking Alex Smith four times last week. The way to rattle Tom Brady is to get in his face, so look for blitz packages to be a big part of this defensive scheme. However, Tom Brady is the best quarterback in the league and this passing defense is still, overall, below average.

Patriots vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)25 (+1.7)25 (+1.7)25 (+1.8)27 (+2.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)10 (-1.2)10 (-1.2)11 (-1.4)8 (-2.0)
15Ben Roethlisberger67223028121310022.
16Tyrod Taylor70213828100316015.715.712.812.8
17Bryce Petty591936232001-1011.511.59.29.2

Marcus Mariota (FanDuel: $7500, DraftKings: $5900)

16vs LAR69223927501324015.215.212.412.4
17vs JAX651221134101060016.716.713.414.4
18@ KC70193120521846028.529.526.927.4
19PROJ-Dodds203322511.14200.217.317.317.3 (H=37)17.3 (H=47)
19PROJ-Tremblay2032226114200.217.517.517.5 (H=37)17.5 (H=48)
19PROJ-Bloom18331911.20.94210. (H=33)16.2 (H=42)

Patriots vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)14 (-0.2)16 (-0.0)15 (-0.3)15 (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-3.4)8 (-3.6)10 (-3.2)9 (-3.1)
15LeVeon Bell572411716548022.527.525.030.5
15James Conner9313000001.
16LeSean McCoy50177107576014.719.717.219.7
16Mike Tolbert153-30211100.
17Bilal Powell3013460211005.
17Elijah McGuire294-60631601.

Derrick Henry (FanDuel: $6700, DraftKings: $7300)

16vs LAR23825011603.
17vs JAX63285102166117.718.718.218.7
18@ KC682315612235025.
19PROJ-Dodds19850.4216012.514.513.5 (H=27)14.5 (H=28)
19PROJ-Tremblay20970.42220.114.916.915.9 (H=35)16.9 (H=36)
19PROJ-Bloom17710.42150.111.613.612.6 (H=24)13.6 (H=25)

David Fluellen (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $3000)

16vs LAR10001000000.00.0
17vs JAX10000000000.00.0
18@ KC60000000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds2701501.22.21.7 (H=1)2.2 (H=2)
19PROJ-Tremblay1701501.22.21.7 (H=1)2.2 (H=2)
19PROJ-Bloom000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Patriots vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28 (+3.0)29 (+4.4)28 (+3.6)28 (+4.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+2.4)21 (+2.5)22 (+2.4)20 (+2.8)
15Martavis Bryant366459100011.915.913.915.9
15JuJu Smith-Schuster6666114000011.417.414.420.4
16Deonte Thompson61549100009.
16Kelvin Benjamin52757000007.012.09.512.0
17Jermaine Kearse49755900005.910.98.410.9
17ArDarius Stewart22214600004.

Eric Decker (FanDuel: $4800, DraftKings: $3800)

16vs LAR491067300007.313.310.313.3
17vs JAX41631800001.
18@ KC54522110008.
19PROJ-Dodds4450.20005.79.77.7 (H=14)9.7 (H=26)
19PROJ-Tremblay4460.20005.89.87.8 (H=14)9.8 (H=27)
19PROJ-Bloom3260.20003.86.85.3 (H=7)6.8 (H=14)

Corey Davis (FanDuel: $5400, DraftKings: $3400)

16vs LAR54969100009.
17vs JAX422000000000.00.0
18@ KC54743500003.
19PROJ-Dodds3430.20005.58.57.0 (H=10)8.5 (H=23)
19PROJ-Tremblay3410.20005.38.36.8 (H=10)8.3 (H=22)
19PROJ-Bloom3280.10003.46.44.9 (H=5)6.4 (H=14)

Rishard Matthews (FanDuel: $5500, DraftKings: $4500)

16vs LAR64424800004.
17vs JAX5121700000.
18@ KC60211500001.
19PROJ-Dodds3410.20005.38.36.8 (H=10)8.3 (H=17)
19PROJ-Tremblay3410.20005.38.36.8 (H=10)8.3 (H=17)
19PROJ-Bloom5640.40008.813.811.3 (H=24)13.8 (H=41)

Patriots vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)6T (-0.9)13 (-0.8)13 (-0.9)13 (-1.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)6 (-1.9)9 (-1.5)9 (-1.7)9 (-1.6)
15Xavier Grimble1311800.
16Charles Clay511043703.
17Neal Sterling32857407.412.49.912.4

Delanie Walker (FanDuel: $6200, DraftKings: $5000)

16vs LAR62533303.
17vs JAX34531901.
18@ KC57867407.413.410.413.4
19PROJ-Dodds5530.26.511.59.0 (H=14)11.5 (H=27)
19PROJ-Tremblay5510.26.311.38.8 (H=13)11.3 (H=26)
19PROJ-Bloom5580. (H=19)13.2 (H=34)

Jonnu Smith (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $2500)

16vs LAR26211301.
17vs JAX41331201.
18@ KC26421501.
19PROJ-Dodds1120. (H=1)2.8 (H=4)
19PROJ-Tremblay1130. (H=2)2.9 (H=5)
19PROJ-Bloom000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Patriots vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-1.1)7 (-1.1)6 (-1.5) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18T (+0.5)18T (+0.5)20T (+1.1) (+0.0)
15Chris Boswell1133668.00.0
16Steve Hauschka3411101011.00.0
17Chandler Catanzaro2300667.00.0

Ryan Succop (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $--)

16vs LAR3422111111.00.0
17vs JAX3301999.00.0
18@ KC1111445.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1. (H=9)6.0
19PROJ-Tremblay1. (H=9)6.0

Patriots vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12T (-1.1)12T (-1.1)1 (-3.8)1 (-3.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12T (-1.3)12T (-1.3)4T (-3.9)4T (-3.9)
15Pittsburgh Steelers2736021000444.04.0
16Buffalo Bills374112100110106.06.0
17New York Jets2633020000222.02.0

Tennessee Titans (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $2000)

16vs LAR27.004021010115159.09.0
17vs JAX10.0022922200101017.017.0
18@ KC21.0032540000444.04.0
19PROJ-Dodds30.103862.20.80.400. (H=9)5.4 (H=18)
19PROJ-Tremblay30.253682.40.90.500.3666.0 (H=11)6.0 (H=22)

Titans vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)21 (+1.1)21 (+1.1)17 (+0.7)20 (+0.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28 (+2.9)28 (+3.2)27 (+2.3)28 (+3.5)
15Jimmy Garoppolo7031433811000022.523.519.122.6
16Jared Goff692238301403-6030.530.525.429.4
17Blake Bortles601534158021906.
18Alex Smith58243326420413022.522.519.919.9

Tom Brady (FanDuel: $8800, DraftKings: $7000)

16vs BUF6721282242126018.818.816.616.6
17vs NYJ8018371902000017.517.515.615.6
19PROJ-Dodds23362772.10.7120.122.322.322.3 (H=49)22.3 (H=61)
19PROJ-Tremblay23362652.10.9220.121.521.521.5 (H=46)21.5 (H=58)
19PROJ-Bloom24322832.50.9110.1242424.0 (H=55)24.0 (H=70)

Titans vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)8 (-1.9)10 (-1.1)8 (-1.4)9 (-1.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)13 (-0.5)17 (-0.1)18 (-0.1)21 (+0.9)
15Carlos Hyde5116250221403.
15Matt Breida19516000001.
16Todd Gurley642211801310158239.649.644.655.6
16Malcolm Brown514000000.
17Leonard Fournette52196905467013.617.615.617.6
17T.J. Yeldon845021-
18Kareem Hunt4111421335010.713.712.213.7
18Charcandrick West1600022100.

Rex Burkhead (FanDuel: $6400, DraftKings: $5700)

19PROJ-Dodds9340.63240.210.613.612.1 (H=23)13.6 (H=32)
19PROJ-Tremblay9350.53230.2101311.5 (H=21)13.0 (H=29)
19PROJ-Bloom000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Dion Lewis (FanDuel: $7600, DraftKings: $6600)

16vs BUF512412915524127.332.329.835.3
17vs NYJ52269317640125.331.328.331.3
19PROJ-Dodds13570.42140. (H=17)12.1 (H=22)
19PROJ-Tremblay12490.42140.19.311.310.3 (H=14)11.3 (H=20)
19PROJ-Bloom20940.82150.216.918.917.9 (H=38)18.9 (H=49)

James White (FanDuel: $4800, DraftKings: $4300)

19PROJ-Dodds3120.12190. (H=7)6.3 (H=11)
19PROJ-Tremblay3130.12170. (H=7)6.2 (H=10)
19PROJ-Bloom3110.14310.26108.0 (H=15)10.0 (H=25)

Titans vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22T (+1.3)24 (+2.1)23 (+1.5)24 (+2.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+2.1)24 (+4.1)20 (+2.1)21 (+3.6)
15Marquise Goodwin6313101140110012.422.417.425.4
15Kendrick Bourne31648500008.512.510.512.5
16Cooper Kupp656465100012.516.514.516.5
16Sammy Watkins66733010009.012.010.512.0
17Allen Hurns47533800003.
17Keelan Cole60843300003.
18Demarcus Robinson454457100011.715.713.715.7
18Tyreek Hill56117870114010.117.113.617.1

Brandin Cooks (FanDuel: $7700, DraftKings: $7000)

16vs BUF65521901602.
17vs NYJ7811579138014.719.717.219.7
19PROJ-Dodds3570.41308.411.49.9 (H=13)11.4 (H=19)
19PROJ-Tremblay3520.41408119.5 (H=12)11.0 (H=18)
19PROJ-Bloom4630.50009.313.311.3 (H=17)13.3 (H=25)

Chris Hogan (FanDuel: $6500, DraftKings: $5200)

19PROJ-Dodds3450.40006.99.98.4 (H=12)9.9 (H=20)
19PROJ-Tremblay3430.40006.79.78.2 (H=11)9.7 (H=19)
19PROJ-Bloom4460.50007.611.69.6 (H=15)11.6 (H=26)

Danny Amendola (FanDuel: $5200, DraftKings: $4100)

16vs BUF40332800002.
17vs NYJ55744300004.
19PROJ-Dodds3320.20004.47.45.9 (H=8)7.4 (H=15)
19PROJ-Tremblay3380.30005.68.67.1 (H=11)8.6 (H=20)
19PROJ-Bloom3270.10003.36.34.8 (H=5)6.3 (H=11)

Titans vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)20 (+0.3)22 (+0.6)21 (+0.4)22 (+0.5)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)30 (+2.4)26 (+2.3)28 (+2.4)24 (+2.2)
15Garrett Celek463363112.315.313.815.3
16Tyler Higbee55221501.
17Marcedes Lewis53321301.
18Travis Kelce294466112.616.614.616.6

Rob Gronkowski (FanDuel: $8500, DraftKings: $7100)

16vs BUF667567112.717.715.217.7
17vs NYJ580000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds4660.59.613.611.6 (H=16)13.6 (H=25)
19PROJ-Tremblay4580.58.812.810.8 (H=14)12.8 (H=23)
19PROJ-Bloom7101116.123.119.6 (H=40)23.1 (H=64)

Jacob Hollister (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $2500)

16vs BUF132150121.52.0
17vs NYJ91000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1700.71.71.2 (H=0)1.7 (H=2)
19PROJ-Tremblay170. (H=1)2.3 (H=3)

Titans vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)29 (+1.3)29 (+1.3)31 (+2.0) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)17 (+0.4)17 (+0.4)22 (+1.1) (+0.0)
15Robbie Gould6611191924.00.0
16Sam Ficken0134333.00.0
17Josh Lambo1111445.00.0
18Harrison Butker0133333.00.0

Stephen Gostkowski (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $--)

16vs BUF3344131314.00.0
17vs NYJ1133666.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds2. (H=23)10.9
19PROJ-Tremblay2. (H=26)11.6

Titans vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+0.8)22 (+0.8)14 (-0.2)14 (-0.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+0.6)22 (+0.6)13 (-1.7)13 (-1.7)
15San Francisco 49ers2332810100333.03.0
16Los Angeles Rams2336611000334.04.0
17Jacksonville Jaguars1523230101171712.012.0
18Kansas City Chiefs2239721100666.06.0

New England Patriots (FanDuel: $5100, DraftKings: $3200)

16vs BUF16.00326600006610.010.0
17vs NYJ6.00247400106613.013.0
19PROJ-Dodds16.903442.210.800.510.810.810.8 (H=24)10.8 (H=38)
19PROJ-Tremblay16.753522.110.800.510.710.710.7 (H=23)10.7 (H=37)