WR Trindon Holliday - Oakland Raiders
|5-5, 169||Born: 4-26-1986||College: LSU||Drafted: ---|
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Week 7: at Jacksonville Jaguars
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Mark and Joe say: Neutral matchup. Derek Carr and company flamed out against the Chiefs' defense last weekend, managing just 22/34 for 225 yards passing, one TD and one interception thrown, with two sacks taken for -4 yards. Amari Cooper had a big game with 13 targets for 10/129/0 receiving, but nobody else on the team got over 30 yards receiving on the day - Andre Holmes scored the TD with two targets for 2/11/1, while Michael Crabtree languished with four targets for 2/10/0 receiving to his credit. We'll see if Carr can get back to his form from two weeks ago (25/40 for 317 yards, two TDs and one interception thrown, with three sacks taken for -17 yards in the victory over San Diego) in which game both Cooper and Crabtree scored TDs.
The Jaguars' pass defense allowed 30/49 for 297 net yards passing, zero TDs or interceptions, and had one sack for -5 yards at Chicago last weekend - two weeks ago they were tougher on Andrew Luck (27/42 for 190 net passing yards allowed, with two TDs given up vs. one interception and six sacks of Luck for -44 yards). Over the last three weeks, Jacksonville has averaged 18.1 fantasy points allowed per game to opposing quarterbacks (10th-least in the NFL); and 26.8 fantasy points per game allowed to wide receivers (eighth-most); with 3.1 fantasy points given up per game to tight ends (fourth-least). To date, Jacksonville is averaging 218.4 net passing yards allowed per game (eighth in the NFL) with eight passing scores given out vs. three interceptions and 13 sacks generated (in the middle of the NFL in the latter two categories, tied for 22nd and 12th-ranked, respectively).
This looks like a neutral matchup for Carr and his wide receivers.
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