WR Duke Calhoun - Oakland Raiders
|6-2, 205||Born: 9-1-1987||College: Memphis||Drafted: ---|
Traditional view FanDuel view DraftKings view
Preseason player page
Week 3: at Tennessee Titans
All WR vs TEN
Mark and Joe say: Neutral matchup.
Derek Carr threw 34/45 for 299 yards passing, three TDs and zero interceptions vs. the Falcons in Week Two, and didn't get sacked at all during the game. To date, Carr is the sixth-best fantasy quarterback in the land, with 58/83 for 618 yards passing, four TDs and zero interceptions thrown (with two two-point conversion throws as well), and 4/26/0 rushing. He is relying on the usual suspects - last week, Amari Cooper led the team in targets and receiving yards (nine targets for 5/71/0), followed by Clive Walford (seven for 6/50/1), Latavius Murray (six for 6/44/0), and Michal Crabtree (five for 4/31/1), while Andre Holmes handled three targets for 1/6/1 to pick up a TD reception. It's all good in this phase of the game for the Raiders.
The Titans' pass defense averages 237.0 net passing yards allowed per game so far (tied for 13th in the NFL) with one passing score given up balanced by one interception and four sacks generated to date. They limited Matthew Stafford and company to 22/40 for 238 net passing yards in Ford Field last weekend, with one TD and one interception thrown, and four sacks taken for -22 yards. Over the first two weeks of the season, Tennessee has averaged 15.9 fantasy points allowed per game to opposing quarterbacks (eighth-least in the NFL); and 20.7 fantasy points per game allowed to wide receivers (13th-least); with 5.9 fantasy points given up per game to tight ends (15th-least). They are a middle-of-the-road secondary entering Week Three.
This looks like a neutral matchup for Carr and company, on the road in Nissan Stadium.
Oakland Raiders Team Links
Depth Chart Season Stats Targets Red Zone Game Logs