Matchup Analysis: Philadelphia Eagles at New Orleans Saints

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Eagles 22, Saints 30

FBG Projections

TeamRushYardsTDCompAttPass YdTDINT

Philadelphia Eagles Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Eagles Offense22.5 (-0.7) (18)95 (-19) (29)267 (+29) (7)
Saints Defense22.1 (-1.2) (14)80 (-34) (2)269 (+31) (29)

New Orleans Saints Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Saints Offense31.5 (+8.2) (3)127 (+12) (6)253 (+15) (11)
Eagles Defense21.4 (-1.9) (11)95 (-19) (6)271 (+33) (30)

Eagles Rushing offense

Bad matchup vs. the Saints defense.

Due to the loss of Jay Ajayi, the Eagles were forced into a full-blown ground committee for virtually all of 2018. The results weren’t pretty: saddled with a backfield of limited talent, they finished the regular season 28th in raw rushing yards (98.1 per game) and 30th on a per-carry basis (3.9). Few have ever thought of Jay Ajayi has a savior, but he’d offer a massive skillset upgrade right now if healthy. Instead, the team will continue to roll with some blend of powerful rookie Josh Adams, third-down man Darren Sproles, and middling talent Wendell Smallwood on the ground. If Wild Card Weekend was any indicator, Adams may have tumbled down the ladder following a rough finish to the season. He managed just 135 yards over the last 4 games (3.1 per carry), then saw only a single attempt in last Sunday’s win. Adams’ stock has dropped, but he’s also the highest-upside option here. Slow but bruising, he posted high-efficiency lines against a handful of stout run defenses down the stretch - including these very Saints (7 for 53 and 1 touchdown). Smallwood is a career 4.0 per-carry rusher who doesn’t move the needle much, while Sproles has looked youthful with 32 attempts over the last 4 weeks. The backs will operate behind a still-elite front line that has left tackle Jason Peters back, which is a big plus. But if the Eagles are going to establish any ground presence Sunday, it’ll likely have to come through Adams’ power or a few Sproles scampers. This offense is designed to win through the air, and there’s a strong chance they don’t make any real attempt to establish the run.

Out of nowhere, the Saints have spent 2018 as one of the NFL’s most smothering run defenses. The team has consistently controlled game flow and rushing volume, while a few breakout performances in the front seven have tightened this unit considerably. As a result, opposing backs have had an exceptionally hard time producing big fantasy days. The Saints have allowed just 3.6 yards per rush on the year, second-best in football, and only one runner (Ezekiel Elliott) has topped 70 yards in this matchup. The lack of volume has played a big role, but there’s been much more to this story. Enough can’t be said about the breakthroughs of former first-round nose tackle Sheldon Rankins and his interior partner, David Onyemata. The pair has been electrifying in terms of pass rush, but also stout and disruptive against the run, consistently clogging gaps and making stops. And behind them, ex-Jet Demario Davis was a true All-Pro snub after a dynamic year of chasing down runs, both outside and in the gaps. All told, this has been a dicey unit to face all year, regardless of game script. Bruising Eagles rookie Josh Adams had an efficient day in the Week 11 meeting between these teams, turning 7 carries into 53 yards and 1 touchdown. But it’s not wise to project much in this matchup, for a multitude of reasons.

Eagles Passing offense

Tough matchup vs. the Saints defense.

Nick Foles has recovered from a horrendous Week 1 showing to again prove a formidable postseason quarterback. In the Week 1 opener, he completed just 50% of his throws and needed 34 attempts to amass just 117 yards. In 4 starts since, he’s hit on 76% and averaged 8.0 yards per pass. He topped 270 in 3 of those outings, including a mammoth 471-yard, 4-touchdown Week 16 that kept the Eagles’ season alive. After a clutch Wild Card game that saw him throw the game-winning score, Foles again pushes forward into postseason lore. He’s a volatile passer, but a gunslinger who’s flush with playmaking talent around him. Over these last 3 games, Alshon Jeffery has produced a stunning 14.2 yards per target, including 5 catches of 25 yards or more. And there’s plenty of run-after-catch dynamism in Nelson Agholor, Golden Tate, and the explosive tight end duo of Zach Ertz and Dallas Goedert. Foles also appreciates the talents of Darren Sproles, who’s averaged 28 snaps with Foles under center, as an underneath receiver. Sproles is 35, but still a savvy and electrifying receiver, even when sent down the field. All told, Foles and this passing game continue to carry high fantasy ceilings and floors as they advance along. He lacks Carson Wentz’s natural arm talent but boasts the big-play instincts to produce majorly when given the chance. He faces a tough challenge this week against the Saints’ aggressive secondary but is clearly capable of winning downfield battles.

The Saints pass defense has improved by leaps and bounds over the second half of 2018, eventually coming to resemble the unit that dominated last season. After giving up 325 yards and 2.3 touchdowns a game over their first eight, they allowed just 246 and 1.4 to close the season. The pass rush, led by edge dominator Cameron Jordan and interior breakout Sheldon Rankins, has been consistently strong throughout the year. The big midseason shift came in the coverage unit, which tightened once Marshon Lattimore snapped out of a bad funk and Eli Apple was brought in via trade. Lattimore was Defensive Rookie of the Year in 2017 as a lethal playmaker, and after a rough sophomore start, he appears somewhat back to form. Apple replaced a struggling Ken Crawley in Week 8, and while he also struggled with consistency, he proved a much more stable option opposite Lattimore. There are still lapses here from time to time, of course. This is an aggressive group, one that prioritizes making plays on the ball - sometimes at the expense of long completions. Slot cornerback P.J. Williams, in particular, remains burnable for big plays inside. But in general, this is a tricky unit for opponents to face. Openings can be found, but their youthful dynamism and gambling approach can stymie quarterbacks into shaky days. Nick Foles won’t be afraid to test them down the field, but he’ll need to be pinpoint to keep errant throws away from Lattimore, Apple, and company.

Saints Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Eagles defense.

The Saints’ ground game is split between their two dynamic runners in Mark Ingram and Alvin Kamara, which ultimately caps the fantasy ceilings of both. But fantasy players haven’t complained much: the team’s run-dominant approach affords both plenty of volume, running room, and scoring opportunity. And of course, both boast the dynamism to maximize any decent volume into efficient - even explosive - fantasy days. Over 11 full games together, the pair averaged 25 carries for 111 yards, finding the end zone 15 times on the ground. (That last number has been aided by a robust 20 team attempts from inside the 2-yard line, second-most in football.) Kamara is no longer the usage monster he was while Ingram was suspended, but he still topped 50 ground yards in 7 of those 11 games together. Ingram has slowed a bit down the stretch but posted a number of efficient lines - including a 103-yard, 2-touchdown blowup against these Eagles in Week 11. Both backs operate behind a dominant line that closed the season ranked sixth by Footballguys’ Matt Bitonti, with an A run-blocking grade. With center Max Unger back in the lineup, this front is exceptionally strong up the middle and off the right side. Both Kamara and Ingram are dynamic enough as runners to exploit those creases and create chunk gains. The Eagles have tightened their run defense of late, but haven’t fared well against explosive second-level runners. New Orleans enters Sunday with a clear-cut advantage in the trenches, and if they can control this game from start to finish, both Kamara and Ingram should produce majorly.

The Eagles have been wildly up-and-down in run defense throughout the season. They opened in dominant fashion, easily shutting down a handful of mediocre run games, before falling apart in Week 6. Over their last 12 games of the regular season, opposing running backs averaged 5.0 yards per carry. It’s true that they faced a devastating batch of elite backs down the stretch, though it was discouraging to see them brushed aside so easily. All-Pro tackle Fletcher Cox remains a dominant presence inside, but this front seven is built primarily to defend the pass. Jordan Hicks and Nigel Bradham are solid tacklers but are also the only linebackers that see consistent snaps in this scheme as the defense is typically in a Dime or Nickel package. When explosive runners can work their way through the penetrating Philadelphia line, they often face little competition on the second level. At least the Eagles can hang their hats on an impressive current stretch, one that’s seen them allow just 119 yards to running backs (2.5 per attempt) over the last 4 weeks. Still, the competition hasn’t been very robust, and this talented Saints attack is a different level of competition. Alvin Kamara and Mark Ingram were sensational in their Week 11 matchup, combining to rack up 174 yards and 2 touchdowns. Most importantly, the Saints boast the kind of savvy and powerful line that can allow the Eagles to penetrate, then seal off running creases for their dynamic duo. Cox will need to anchor consistently all game to keep them off-balance.

Saints Passing offense

Good matchup vs. the Eagles defense.

Drew Brees remains the NFL’s most accurate passer, and he’s arguably coming off the most efficient season of his illustrious 18-year career. Brees set career highs in completion percentage and adjusted net yards per attempt, while posting his best touchdown rate since 2011. But his fantasy usefulness has truly been a tale of two seasons: one with Mark Ingram suspended, and another with the Saints winning easily and deeply committed to the run. Through the first 4 Ingram-less weeks, Brees averaged 40 attempts and 324 yards, including lines of 439 and 396. But over the next 11, those marks dipped to 30 attempts and 245 yards, and he topped 350 only twice. Volume was the main culprit, of course, as the Saints consistently controlled game flow. But Brees also suffered from a lack of downfield dynamism; his 11.0 yards per completion was actually one of the lowest he’s ever managed. Michael Thomas spent 2018 as a certified dominator, absorbing 28% of Saints targets and catching 85% of them, but he doesn’t stretch defenses vertically, and this group severely lacks downfield playmakers. Ted Ginn is a marginal player at this point, and exciting rookie Tre’quan Smith managed just six receptions over the final five games. Typically, this attack relies on the steady route-running of Thomas and the occasional explosiveness of Smith and Alvin Kamara to generate chunk plays. Of course, if the Saints are able to control the flow of this game, it won’t even be tasked with that much. Brees is still efficient enough to create a big fantasy day with middling volume, but this is no longer a matchup-proof unit that projects well just by stepping onto the field.

The Eagles pass defense has been shaky all year, representing probably the starkest difference between the 2017 and 2018 versions of this team. Juggling cornerbacks all season, they closed the regular season 30th in yardage allowed (288.7 per game) and just 25th in interceptions (10). They’ve allowed 12 of their 17 opponents to top 265 yards, including Drew Brees, who posted an easy 363 and 4 touchdowns in their Week 11 meeting. Still, this unit has performed better than those raw yardage numbers suggest. Mired in a ton of close games, their real statistical downfall was volume, as only two teams faced more air attempts (39 per game). Buoyed by a dominant pass rush, this patchwork group gave up a respectable 6.4 net yards per attempt (13th in the league) to all of that volume. Fletcher Cox earned another easy All-Pro bid, racking up 10.5 sacks from the interior, while a dynamic trio of proven studs consistently bends the edges. That doesn’t fully hide the deficiencies in this secondary, of course, and the Eagles are definitely beatable down the field. All in all, this is a relatively tasty fantasy matchup when a shootout is projected. Brees routinely picked apart this patchwork secondary in Week 11, and he was far from the only passer to do so. But on a snap-by-snap basis, this unit is still no pushover. Even quick-armed, well-protected passers like Brees are on notice against this aggressive, dynamic group.

Saints vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)30 (+3.7)30 (+3.6)31 (+3.7)31 (+4.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+3.7)27 (+3.7)28 (+4.3)27 (+4.6)
15Cam Newton5816291310151507.
16Ben Roethlisberger7533503803024031.431.429.632.6
17Kyle Allen59162722820519127.327.325.025.0

Nick Foles (FanDuel: $7400, DraftKings: $5400)

16vs HOU8135494714111038.738.731.935.9
17@ WAS6128332212124018.518.516.216.2
18@ CHI682540266221-1019.219.216.516.5
19PROJ-Dodds25382761.61.1230.1202020.0 (H=48)20.0 (H=66)
19PROJ-Tremblay25382711.51.1340.119.419.419.4 (H=45)19.4 (H=62)
19PROJ-Bloom28412741.91.600019.719.719.7 (H=47)19.7 (H=64)

Saints vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)3 (-4.5)4 (-4.5)4 (-4.6)4 (-5.3)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15 (-1.3)13 (-0.9)13 (-1.6)12 (-2.2)
15Christian McCaffrey581553011867018.526.522.026.0
15Cameron Artis-Payne000000000.
16Jaylen Samuels53125303311112.415.413.915.4
16Roosevelt Nix514010000.
17Cameron Artis-Payne3816561222011.813.812.813.8
17Christian McCaffrey104180112204.

Darren Sproles (FanDuel: $5400, DraftKings: $4400)

16vs HOU3893206376116.819.818.319.8
17@ WAS277240321203.
18@ CHI3813210321403.
19PROJ-Dodds8300.23260.17.410.48.9 (H=16)10.4 (H=26)
19PROJ-Tremblay7270.23220. (H=14)9.7 (H=23)
19PROJ-Bloom7240.24370.28.512.510.5 (H=21)12.5 (H=36)

Wendell Smallwood (FanDuel: $5700, DraftKings: $3900)

16vs HOU16130442402.
17@ WAS2612530442407.711.79.711.7
18@ CHI28820032200465.06.0
19PROJ-Dodds6230.12140. (H=7)6.9 (H=14)
19PROJ-Tremblay6230.22130. (H=8)7.4 (H=16)
19PROJ-Bloom5160.23220. (H=12)9.2 (H=23)

Josh Adams (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $3200)

16vs HOU251121010002.
17@ WAS1811500333308.311.39.811.3
18@ CHI112000000.
19PROJ-Dodds6230.21604.15.14.6 (H=5)5.1 (H=10)
19PROJ-Tremblay7270.20204.14.14.1 (H=4)4.1 (H=7)
19PROJ-Bloom270.10001.31.31.3 (H=0)1.3 (H=0)

Saints vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)32 (+6.1)32 (+8.8)32 (+7.1)32 (+9.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+4.0)26 (+6.4)24 (+4.4)27 (+7.4)
15D.J. Moore573212012203.
15Curtis Samuel55411702802.
16Antonio Brown721914185200030.544.537.547.5
16JuJu Smith-Schuster691511115000011.522.515.024.5
17Curtis Samuel404272100013.
17D.J. Moore59848100008.

Alshon Jeffery (FanDuel: $7300, DraftKings: $5800)

16vs HOU61538200008.211.29.711.2
17@ WAS575559100011.916.914.416.9
18@ CHI66968200008.
19PROJ-Dodds4600.30007.811.89.8 (H=14)11.8 (H=24)
19PROJ-Tremblay4500.30006.810.88.8 (H=11)10.8 (H=21)
19PROJ-Bloom4550.40007.911.99.9 (H=14)11.9 (H=25)

Nelson Agholor (FanDuel: $6200, DraftKings: $4300)

16vs HOU7475116100017.622.620.125.6
17@ WAS6465402000162118.521.0
18@ CHI61633200003.
19PROJ-Dodds3350.20004.77.76.2 (H=7)7.7 (H=15)
19PROJ-Tremblay3320.10003.86.85.3 (H=5)6.8 (H=12)
19PROJ-Bloom3310.10003.76.75.2 (H=5)6.7 (H=12)

Golden Tate (FanDuel: $5900, DraftKings: $4600)

16vs HOU29321300001.
17@ WAS40643300003.
18@ CHI428546100010.615.613.115.6
19PROJ-Dodds4340.20004.68.66.6 (H=8)8.6 (H=18)
19PROJ-Tremblay3370.2010586.5 (H=8)8.0 (H=15)
19PROJ-Bloom5410.30005.910.98.4 (H=13)10.9 (H=27)

Jordan Matthews (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $3000)

16vs HOU33321300001.
17@ WAS190000000000.00.0
18@ CHI110000000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1800000.81.81.3 (H=0)1.8 (H=1)
19PROJ-Tremblay1130.10001.92.92.4 (H=1)2.9 (H=4)
19PROJ-Bloom000000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Saints vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-1.6)6 (-2.7)8 (-1.9)6 (-2.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)25 (+3.4)20 (+2.4)22 (+2.9)20 (+2.3)
15Chris Manhertz152150111.012.011.512.0
16Vance McDonald34414904.
17Ian Thomas567561112.117.114.617.1

Zach Ertz (FanDuel: $7400, DraftKings: $5700)

16vs HOU7316121102233529.038.0
17@ WAS53431501.
18@ CHI61755205.210.27.710.2
19PROJ-Dodds6610. (H=20)15.1 (H=38)
19PROJ-Tremblay7720.510.217.213.7 (H=25)17.2 (H=48)
19PROJ-Bloom6560.481411.0 (H=17)14.0 (H=33)

Dallas Goedert (FanDuel: $5600, DraftKings: $2800)

16vs HOU4833300364.56.0
17@ WAS44332702.
18@ CHI30422018109.010.0
19PROJ-Dodds2230. (H=4)5.5 (H=13)
19PROJ-Tremblay2240. (H=5)5.6 (H=14)
19PROJ-Bloom3320.3586.5 (H=9)8.0 (H=26)

Saints vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)1 (-1.8)1 (-1.8)1 (-2.1) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12T (-0.5)12T (-0.5)16T (-0.4) (+0.0)
15Chandler Catanzaro0011111.01.0
16Chris Boswell2222889.09.0
17Chandler Catanzaro22349911.011.0

Jake Elliott (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

16vs HOU2223889.09.0
17@ WAS1133666.06.0
18@ CHI1111445.05.0

Saints vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12T (-2.4)12T (-2.4)1 (-4.5)1 (-4.5)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)12 (-1.5)12 (-1.5)14 (-1.4)14 (-1.4)
15Carolina Panthers1234621100668.08.0
16Pittsburgh Steelers3137021000445.05.0
17Carolina Panthers1429421000445.05.0

Philadelphia Eagles (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $2000)

16vs HOU30.0037140100665.05.0
17@ WAS0.0089410006616.016.0
18@ CHI15.0035620000223.03.0
19PROJ-Dodds29.5041420.70.500. (H=8)5.2 (H=17)
19PROJ-Tremblay29.503822.20.80.600. (H=10)5.8 (H=21)

Eagles vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+1.4)24 (+1.4)22 (+1.1)25 (+1.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)21 (+1.6)21 (+1.6)20 (+1.0)24 (+2.7)
15Jared Goff76355433902211016.116.112.715.7
16Deshaun Watson65294033920849241.941.936.540.5
17Josh Johnson45122791013404.
18Mitchell Trubisky6426433031039020.

Drew Brees (FanDuel: $8700, DraftKings: $6700)

16vs PIT662739326101-1020.220.216.919.9
19PROJ-Dodds25352981.90.6120.223.323.323.3 (H=53)23.3 (H=69)
19PROJ-Tremblay22332531.70.8240.220.320.320.3 (H=42)20.3 (H=54)
19PROJ-Bloom24312621.90.5110.120.920.920.9 (H=44)20.9 (H=57)

Taysom Hill (FanDuel: $6000, DraftKings: $4000)

16vs PIT1001001000-1-1-1.0-1.0
17vs CAR80000031117.
19PROJ-Dodds114002110. (H=1)1.9 (H=1)
19PROJ-Tremblay003002120.1222.0 (H=1)2.0 (H=1)
19PROJ-Bloom000002120. (H=0)1.8 (H=1)

Eagles vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)8 (-2.2)10 (-0.9)10 (-1.4)14 (-0.7)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)3 (-6.3)5 (-5.3)5 (-5.5)5 (-6.1)
15Todd Gurley6312482131076024.434.429.434.4
15John Kelly724000000.
16DOnta Foreman317-10222818.710.79.710.7
16Alfred Blue344140542604.
17Chris Thompson292100851402.
17Samaje Perine537000000.
18Jordan Howard221035010003.
18Tarik Cohen46100532702.

Alvin Kamara (FanDuel: $8400, DraftKings: $7300)

16vs PIT4072326482022.526.524.526.5
19PROJ-Dodds13570.65490.215.420.417.9 (H=35)20.4 (H=50)
19PROJ-Tremblay12530.75470.215.420.417.9 (H=35)20.4 (H=50)
19PROJ-Bloom12590.55410.314.819.817.3 (H=33)19.8 (H=48)

Mark Ingram (FanDuel: $6400, DraftKings: $5200)

16vs PIT3211351218010.311.310.811.3
17vs CAR195280221504.
19PROJ-Dodds11500.52160. (H=20)12.2 (H=29)
19PROJ-Tremblay11520.42140.19.611.610.6 (H=18)11.6 (H=26)
19PROJ-Bloom11450.52110. (H=17)11.2 (H=25)

Eagles vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)29 (+3.7)30 (+6.4)30 (+4.8)30 (+6.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)23 (+1.8)24 (+5.4)22 (+3.0)25 (+5.6)
15Robert Woods769774011909.316.312.816.3
15Josh Reynolds751257000007.012.09.512.0
16DeAndre Hopkins65129104000010.419.414.922.4
16Vyncint Smith25113510009.510.510.010.5
17Josh Doctson41423300003.
17Michael Floyd38321500001.
18Allen Robinson601310143100020.330.325.333.3
18Taylor Gabriel519437022005.

Michael Thomas (FanDuel: $8400, DraftKings: $7900)

16vs PIT611311109100016.927.922.430.9
17vs CAR41752900002.
19PROJ-Dodds8950.600013.121.117.1 (H=32)21.1 (H=49)
19PROJ-Tremblay6760.500010.616.613.6 (H=21)16.6 (H=32)
19PROJ-Bloom91010.800014.923.919.4 (H=40)23.9 (H=61)

Ted Ginn (FanDuel: $4500, DraftKings: $4400)

16vs PIT27857400007.412.49.912.4
19PROJ-Dodds3400.30005.88.87.3 (H=13)8.8 (H=19)
19PROJ-Tremblay3370.30005.58.57.0 (H=12)8.5 (H=18)
19PROJ-Bloom4530.30007.111.19.1 (H=20)11.1 (H=29)

TreQuan Smith (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $4200)

16vs PIT26111100001.
17vs CAR404330100091210.512.0
19PROJ-Dodds1210.20003.34.33.8 (H=3)4.3 (H=5)
19PROJ-Tremblay1160.10002.23.22.7 (H=2)3.2 (H=3)
19PROJ-Bloom2310.20004.36.35.3 (H=6)6.3 (H=11)

Keith Kirkwood (FanDuel: $4900, DraftKings: $3300)

16vs PIT38423500003.
17vs CAR150000000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1190.20003.14.13.6 (H=3)4.1 (H=6)
19PROJ-Tremblay1180.10002.43.42.9 (H=2)3.4 (H=5)
19PROJ-Bloom1130.10001.92.92.4 (H=1)2.9 (H=3)

Eagles vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)3 (-2.5)5 (-2.9)4 (-2.7)4 (-3.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)8 (-3.0)12 (-3.0)11T (-3.0)13 (-3.1)
15Gerald Everett34754604.
16Jordan Akins24323303.
17Jeremy Sprinkle3600000.
18Ben Braunecker21221501.

Ben Watson (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $2900)

16vs PIT2521600.
17vs CAR27322902.
19PROJ-Dodds2220. (H=5)5.4 (H=12)
19PROJ-Tremblay2200. (H=4)5.2 (H=11)
19PROJ-Bloom1120. (H=1)2.8 (H=4)

Josh Hill (FanDuel: $4300, DraftKings: $2500)

16vs PIT4632100.
17vs CAR381000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds1130. (H=2)2.9 (H=5)
19PROJ-Tremblay2190. (H=5)5.1 (H=13)
19PROJ-Bloom000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Dan Arnold (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $2500)

17vs CAR110000000.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)
19PROJ-Tremblay1600.61.61.1 (H=0)1.6 (H=1)
19PROJ-Bloom000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Eagles vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)19T (+0.9)19T (+0.9)27 (+1.0) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)19 (-0.0)19 (-0.0)15 (-0.6) (+0.0)
15Greg Zuerlein3322111112.012.0
16Kaimi Fairbairn1134666.06.0
17Dustin Hopkins0000000.00.0
18Cody Parkey3400999.09.0

Wil Lutz (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

16vs PIT1244778.08.0
17vs CAR0022222.02.0

Eagles vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)14 (-0.3)14 (-0.3)13 (-0.8)13 (-0.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)14 (-1.4)14 (-1.4)7 (-2.9)7 (-2.9)
15Los Angeles Rams3038101000221.01.0
16Houston Texans3251911200776.06.0
17Washington Redskins2436031000555.05.0
18Chicago Bears1630012000556.06.0

New Orleans Saints (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $3300)

16vs PIT28.0042930200776.06.0
17vs CAR33.0037410000110.00.0
19PROJ-Dodds21.503702.410.800. (H=20)9.7 (H=31)
19PROJ-Tremblay21.503522.51.10.900.510.210.210.2 (H=22)10.2 (H=33)