WR Trindon Holliday - Oakland Raiders
|5-5, 169||Born: 4-26-1986||College: LSU||Drafted: ---|
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Week 4: at Baltimore Ravens
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Mark and Joe say: Tough matchup. Derek Carr was steady in Tennessee, with 21/35 for 249 yards passing, one TD and one interception thrown (and one sack taken for -4 yards), leading his team to a second victory on the season. He relied on his wide receivers to move the football, throwing Michael Crabtree 11 passes for 8/102/0 receiving; Amari Cooper had nine targets for 4/62/0; while Seth Roberts snagged the TD with six for 2/27/1. Clive Walford was tangential in this one with three targets for 2/27/0 receiving. It wasn't a day for aerial fireworks, but the Raiders got the job done on Sunday.
The Ravens' pass D limited Blake Bortles to under 200 yards passing on Sunday, allowing 24/38 for 168 net yards passing, two TDs and three interceptions thrown, with four sacks for -26 yards during their 19-17 win. So far this season, the Ravens are third in the NFL averaging 168.3 net passing yards allowed per game, with four passing scores handed out, vs. five interceptions and nine sacks generated so far. Over the first three weeks of the season, Baltimore has averaged 14 fantasy points allowed per game to opposing quarterbacks (fifth-least in the NFL); and 20.3 fantasy points per game allowed to wide receivers (10th-least); with 3.7 fantasy points given up per game to tight ends (ninth-least). This is a very good pass defense, folks.
This is a tough matchup for Carr and company.
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