Matchup Analysis: Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears

Vegas Prediction

Vegas says: Lions 20, Bears 23

FBG Projections

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Detroit Lions Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Lions Offense25.5 (+2.9) (12)96 (-15) (21)295 (+56) (3)
Bears Defense18.0 (-4.6) (6)94 (-18) (8)230 (-8) (14)

Chicago Bears Offense: overview

Points (vs AVG) (rank)Rush Yards (vs AVG) (rank)Pass Yards (vs AVG) (rank)
Bears Offense17.8 (-4.8) (27)80 (-31) (27)186 (-52) (30)
Lions Defense27.1 (+4.6) (27)136 (+24) (27)288 (+49) (30)

Lions Rushing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Bears defense.

Since starting running back, Kerryon Johnson went down with a knee injury that will keep him sidelined for the remainder of the 2019 season, the Detroit Lions' rushing attack has been a messy, low-volume situation. The Lions deploy a running-back-by-committee approach consisting of Ty Johnson, J.D. McKissic, and Paul Perkins to fill the void left by their bell-cow starter. Johnson sees the most playing time of the bunch, topping out at 62-percent of snaps last weekend. This abnormally high market share of team snaps for Johnson was a byproduct of the late addition of Paul Perkins to the roster, thanks to Tra Carson making his way onto the injured reserve mid-week. Expect Perkins to play more than just the three snaps he did in week 9, further muddying up an already unclear situation. Overall, running behind a mediocre offensive line, the Detroit Lions' ground-game is an uninspiring attack, averaging just 3.7 yards per carry this season, the 26th-best total in the NFL. Ty Johnson leads the way in the backfield for the Lions, but a matchup against Chicago's run defense, coupled with an increased role for Paul Perkins, makes this a troubling matchup for any individual Lions' running back.

The Chicago Bears' defense is a well-rounded unit, especially in the front-seven, that has posted strong metrics across the board throughout the first half of the 2019 season. In the trenches, there is no arguing against the fact that Khalil Mack is one of the best players in the entire NFL. He not only pressures opposing quarterbacks, but he also disrupts the running-game on a regular basis. Mack is flanked by a capable unit of run-stoppers, with Eddie Goldman and Leonard Floyd playing the majority of snaps alongside him. If there is a knock on this Bears run defense it is that they have not been the same since Akiem Hicks was placed on IR. The Bears have allowed three of their last four running backs to rush for 80 yards or more and the defensive line seems to miss the elite big body up front. However, with the Lions struggles without Kerryon Johnson, the Bears should have the advantage in this one.

Lions Passing offense

Neutral matchup vs. the Bears defense.

2019 has been arguably Matthew Stafford's best season of his NFL career to date. While he has posted more impressive raw totals in previous seasons, predominantly due to the pass-heavy nature of the Lions' offense in seasons when they played almost exclusively from behind, his efficiency totals in 2019 are by far the best of his career. This season, Stafford's touchdown to interception ratio of 19-to-5 is one of the best in the NFL, and he is backing that up with 7.6 net yards per attempt, the 4th-best mark in the league. In his last 3 outings, all very high-scoring affairs, Stafford has recorded at least 340 passing yards and 3 touchdowns in all 3. The Lions' 2019 passing attack is built around its top two wide receivers: Marvin Jones, Jr.and Kenny Golladay. These two receivers account for nearly 50-percent of the receiving production in Detroit's offense on the season. The pair has posted comparable receiving numbers across the board this season, and there is no reason to believe that will change any time soon. Danny Amendola, the team's primary slot receiver, erupted in week one against the Arizona Cardinals, only to go dormant until week seven. Amendola cannot be relied upon for consistent contributions, as his production in 2019 has been extremely erratic. T.J. Hockenson, the Lions' first-round pick in this past NFL Draft, has also been inconsistent throughout his rookie season. Averaging a shade under five targets-per-game, Hockenson is not a focal point of the Lions' offense every week, but a juicy matchup against the Chicago Bears' defense makes him a player to keep an eye on this weekend. Detroit's combination of consistent performance in the trenches with the top-flight group of pass-catchers on the outside has helped Matthew Stafford emerge as one of the NFL's best quarterbacks here in year number 11 under-center, even if it has gone mostly unnoticed.

This season, the Chicago Bears' pass defense ranks amongst in the top-third of the NFL best both with regards to efficiency, allowing the sixth-best net yards per attempt in the league, as well as raw totals, giving up only eight passing touchdowns on the season, sixth-best in the league. In the trenches, Khalil Mack continues to wreak havoc on opposing quarterbacks this season. Mack leads the team with 5.5 sacks through 8 games, and he commands a level of attention unlike any other edge-rusher in the NFL. At linebacker, there is a definitive weakness for the Chicago Bears' defense in coverage. Both Danny Trevathan and Roquan Smith grade as well-below-average linebackers in coverage this season. These struggles have enabled opposing offenses to gash Chicago through the air with their tight ends with regularity this season. Last weekend, Zach Ertz finally posted a top-end performance after a disappointing start to the 2019 campaign, and his success was largely thanks to lackadaisical coverage by Chicago's linebackers. This weekend, T.J. Hockenson finds himself in a position to capitalize on the Bears' biggest defensive weakness. While Hockenson's volume and overall production have been inconsistent this season, a week 10 matchup with Chicago's linebacking corps is an elite opportunity for the young tight end to right the ship and make his presence felt. In the secondary, the Bears field a wide range of defensive talents. Prince Amukamara and HaHa Clinton-Dix are two of the stronger coverage players at the back-end of any defense. However, Kyle Fuller, Buster Skrine, and Eddie Jackson have all struggled this season. Both Fuller and Jackson posted impressive numbers last season, and the hope is that they will be able to turn it around before it is too late this season. On the other hand, Skrine has consistently been a liability at slot cornerback throughout his career; there is little cause to expect improvement on his end in the near future. Overall, Chicago's pass defense is filled with both top-end talents and underperforming coverage options. As a whole, they are likely closer to a league-average unit than their numbers suggest through eight games this season. Week 10 projects as a neutral environment for the Detroit passing attack, but there are evident opportunities for the Lions to exploit the weak links in Chicago's pass defense.

Bears Rushing offense

Great matchup vs. the Lions defense.

Matt Nagy notably proclaimed, "I know we need to run the ball more, I'm not an idiot," before the Bears' matchup with the Los Angeles Chargers two weeks ago. Since then, the Bears' rushing attack has been a more consistently high-volume unit, with the majority of carries going to rookie David Montgomery. However, the overall offensive success Nagy apparently assumed would follow has been absent, with the Bears averaging just 15 points per game since the statement and subsequent change in offensive strategy. Over the last two weeks, Montgomery's playing time has spiked to season-high totals of 74 and 73-percent of Chicago's offensive snaps, respectively. David Montgomery's role in the Bears' rushing attack has grown to the point many projected preseason, as he now absorbs nearly 90-percent of all rushing attempts in the team's offense. While he gashed the Los Angeles Chargers for 135 yards on 27 carries in week 8, he found little success against the Eagles, tallying just 40 yards on 14 carries last weekend. Fortunately, a softer matchup against the Detroit Lions in week 10 should foster a more productive and efficient performance for Montgomery and the Bears' ground game.

The Detroit Lions entered the 2019 season expecting to be a top-tier run defense, much like most other teams head coach Matt Patricia has coached both in Detroit and New England. Sadly, the Lions have fallen well short of those expectations, in part due to a decline in performance along the defensive line from previously-elite run stoppers, along with some dismal performances at the linebacker position. In the trenches, Damon Harrison has been one of the NFL's best run-stopping defensive linemen for the better part of the last decade. This season, however, he is merely a slightly-above-average player defending the run. While he can still hold his own, the decline from one of the league's best players to his current level is a massive drop-off in production. At linebacker, both Jarrad Davis and Christian Jones have been horrific defending against the run this season. Davis has missed a team-high eight tackles thus far this season, and neither player has shown either the football IQ nor physicality to make an impact in run-support. In the secondary, Detroit's leading tackler, Tracy Walker, is dealing with a knee injury that kept him out of action in week 9. Should he find himself on the inactive report once again in week 10, it would be a massive blow to an already weak run defense. The Lions rank dead-last in the NFL in fantasy points allowed to opposing running backs this season, and a matchup against Chicago's recently-established run-heavy offensive attack will put them to the test once again this weekend. Expect David Montgomery's rushing volume to continue to trend upwards in week 10, with elite efficiency numbers to go along with the volume against Detroit's bottom-ranked run defense.

Bears Passing offense

Good matchup vs. the Lions defense.

The Chicago Bears' passing attack is reeling after failing to find the end zone for a second consecutive game last weekend. Many have been critical of head coach and play-caller, Matt Nagy, as well as the team's supposed franchise quarterback, Mitchell Trubisky, amidst Chicago's offensive struggles. Trubisky has yet to throw for more than 253 yards in a game this season, and opposing defenses have clearly identified the third-year quarterback as a weak point in the Bears' offense. Trubisky's most significant shortcomings when he entered the NFL were his decision-making and his inability to process information quickly with the ball in his hands. The Bears had hoped he would improve upon these two skills throughout his time as an NFL quarterback, but this has not been the case. Trubisky often looks baffled in the pocket, missing wide-open receivers and making ill-advised throws to heavily-covered receivers with regularity. The lone bright spot in Chicago's passing attack is wide receiver, Allen Robinson. Last weekend was a low-point in Robinson's 2019 campaign, as it was for the entire Bears' passing attack, as they struggled to move the ball against Philadelphia's horrific secondary. Although Robinson only hauled in 1 pass for a measly 6 yards on the afternoon, he still led the Bears in targets (5) and air yards (87) in week 10; his role as the dominant number-one wide receiver in the team's offense is unquestioned. Tarik Cohen, the Bears' passing-down running back, is the second-most involved pass-catcher on the team. His volume is relatively consistent in the offense; however, a total lack of downfield targets limits his receiving upside. Chicago's offensive line has done the passing attack no favors this season and, aside from left guard Cody Whitehair, they grade as a below-average group across the board. The Bears failed to capitalize on a strong matchup against the Eagles' bottom-ranked pass defense in week 9, and alarm bells are ringing throughout the windy city. A week 10 clash with the Detroit Lions' struggling secondary will offer Nagy and Trubisky what could ultimately be the duo's final lifeline as a head-coach-quarterback pairing with the Chicago Bears.

The Detroit Lions' pass defense ranks amongst the league's worst units across the board this season. In 2019, the Lions have allowed 16 passing touchdowns while forcing only 3 interceptions, one of the worst touchdown-to-interception ratios in the NFL. Along the defensive line, Trey Flowers, the Lions' most-hyped offseason acquisition, has bounced back after a rough start to his career in Detroit. Flowers leads the team with four sacks through the first eight games of the season, but unfortunately, there is little support for him elsewhere in the Lions' front-seven. At linebacker, Jarrad Davis and Christian Jones both struggle mightily in coverage, leaving the Lions exposed defending short and intermediate routes against both running backs and tight ends. Then, in the secondary, Tracy Walker has impressed at safety once again in 2019. After a rookie campaign in which Walker exceeded all expectations, his performance in coverage has remained exceptional. Walker is questionable for week 10 after sustaining a right knee injury, and if he is unable to play for the Lions, it will be a massive loss for Detroit's already-struggling pass defense. At cornerback, Darius Slay still commands the respect of opposing quarterbacks, as the 28-year-old has a long track record as one of the league's premier shut-down defenders. Aside from these two, however, the Lions' secondary is a disappointing unit elsewhere. With both Slay and Walker battling back from injuries, the Lions' secondary will be extremely susceptible in week 10 against the Chicago Bears. Chicago's passing attack has been one of the worst in the NFL this season, and a matchup against Detroit's struggling and banged-up pass-defense offers the perfect remedy for their issues. Should Chicago continue to struggle in such a strong matchup, expect the Bears to shuffle around pieces on the depth chart and potentially on the coaching staff to try to salvage the season and jobs throughout the organization.

Bears vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)7 (-3.1)7 (-3.0)6 (-3.4)6 (-3.6)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)16 (-0.2)18 (+0.1)18 (+0.4)17 (-0.5)
7Teddy Bridgewater7623382812047022.822.819.919.9
8Philip Rivers4519292011100013.
9Carson Wentz89263923910415017.517.515.115.1

Matthew Stafford (FanDuel: $7900, DraftKings: $6400)

7vs MIN7630453644100033.233.229.632.6
8vs NYG632532342312-3027.827.824.427.4
9@ OAK7126414063136031.931.925.829.8
10PROJ-Dodds23352671.60.9380.120.320.320.3 (H=46)20.3 (H=57)
10PROJ-Tremblay22352611.41380.1191919.0 (H=41)19.0 (H=51)
10PROJ-Bloom24382782.10.6250.122.822.822.8 (H=56)22.8 (H=70)

Bears vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)22 (+1.4)25 (+2.9)25 (+2.5)25 (+3.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+4.8)28 (+5.6)29 (+5.5)28 (+6.0)
7Latavius Murray652711926531027.032.029.535.0
7Zach Line28130311201.
8Melvin Gordon25831132309.411.410.411.4
8Austin Ekeler24330321918.
9Jordan Howard4319821111014.315.314.815.3
9Miles Sanders3610420333107.310.38.810.3

Ty Johnson (FanDuel: $5900, DraftKings: $4100)

7vs MIN491029044.02805.
8vs NYG25725041.01303.
9@ OAK44929033.0703.
10PROJ-Dodds13490.22.21607.79.98.8 (H=14)9.9 (H=25)
10PROJ-Tremblay13500.32.01408.210.29.2 (H=15)10.2 (H=27)
10PROJ-Bloom8270. (H=6)6.7 (H=13)

J.D. McKissic (FanDuel: $5600, DraftKings: $4300)

7vs MIN19529032.0310687.08.0
8vs NYG161-1033.0200.
9@ OAK27432043.040113.216.214.716.2
10PROJ-Dodds5240.12.3170. (H=9)7.6 (H=15)
10PROJ-Tremblay6230.12.7200. (H=10)8.2 (H=17)
10PROJ-Bloom3140.13.0230. (H=10)8.5 (H=18)

Paul Perkins (FanDuel: $5100, DraftKings: $3300)

8vs NYG634000.0000.
9@ OAK3316000.0001.
10PROJ-Dodds5160.10.0002.22.22.2 (H=1)2.2 (H=2)
10PROJ-Tremblay4170.10.0002.32.32.3 (H=1)2.3 (H=2)
10PROJ-Bloom3130.10.0001.91.91.9 (H=1)1.9 (H=1)

Bears vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)3 (-7.1)4 (-7.5)3 (-7.4)6 (-7.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)2 (-9.5)2 (-11.9)2 (-10.6)2 (-12.0)
7Michael Thomas73119131000013.122.117.625.1
7Ted Ginn55524800004.
8Mike Williams43636900006.
8Keenan Allen311075300005.312.38.812.3
9Alshon Jeffery70843600003.
9Nelson Agholor79832100002.

Kenny Golladay (FanDuel: $7700, DraftKings: $7000)

7vs MIN6221.02100002.
8vs NYG5286.0123200024.330.325.332.3
9@ OAK5874.0132100019.
10PROJ-Dodds4.1650.50009.513.611.6 (H=18)13.6 (H=26)
10PROJ-Tremblay3.5540.30007.210.79.0 (H=11)10.7 (H=17)
10PROJ-Bloom5.0790.600011.516.514.0 (H=25)16.5 (H=36)

Marvin Jones (FanDuel: $6600, DraftKings: $6200)

7vs MIN731310.093400033.343.338.343.3
8vs NYG5554.02200002.
9@ OAK63108.0126100018.626.622.629.6
10PROJ-Dodds4.8590.50008.913.711.3 (H=20)13.7 (H=30)
10PROJ-Tremblay4.9640.40008.813.711.3 (H=20)13.7 (H=30)
10PROJ-Bloom5.0690.600010.515.513.0 (H=25)15.5 (H=37)

Danny Amendola (FanDuel: $5600, DraftKings: $4700)

7vs MIN54118.0105000010.518.514.521.5
8vs NYG4288.09500009.517.513.517.5
9@ OAK4353.02900002.
10PROJ-Dodds3.9450.20005.79.67.7 (H=12)9.6 (H=21)
10PROJ-Tremblay3.6460.20005.89.47.6 (H=11)9.4 (H=20)
10PROJ-Bloom4.0410.20005.39.37.3 (H=11)9.3 (H=20)

Marvin Hall (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs MIN1421.04700004.
8vs NYG1411.049100010.911.911.411.9
9@ OAK1810.0001700.
10PROJ-Dodds0.81400001.42.21.8 (H=1)2.2 (H=2)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.79001011.71.4 (H=0)1.7 (H=1)

Bears vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+1.8)29 (+3.6)29 (+2.7)29 (+3.8)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+4.4)29 (+6.8)28 (+5.6)30 (+7.6)
7Josh Hill533343110.313.311.813.3
8Hunter Henry39644704.
9Zach Ertz70119103116.325.320.828.3

T.J. Hockenson (FanDuel: $5300, DraftKings: $3900)

7vs MIN5153.03203.
8vs NYG4211.02102.
9@ OAK4673.05605.
10PROJ-Dodds3.0360. (H=9)7.8 (H=17)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.9340. (H=8)7.5 (H=16)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0410. (H=12)8.9 (H=22)

Jesse James (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $3000)

7vs MIN2841.0700.
8vs NYG2200.000000.00.0
9@ OAK2021.0300.
10PROJ-Dodds1.0100. (H=1)2.6 (H=3)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.2150. (H=2)3.3 (H=5)
10PROJ-Bloom1. (H=1)2.1 (H=2)

Logan Thomas (FanDuel: $4200, DraftKings: $2500)

7vs MIN1200.000000.00.0
8vs NYG711.01701.
9@ OAK1921.01301.
10PROJ-Dodds0.8800.81.61.2 (H=0)1.6 (H=1)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.7600.61.31.0 (H=0)1.3 (H=1)
10PROJ-Bloom1.01201.22.21.7 (H=1)2.2 (H=3)

Bears vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15T (-1.9)15T (-1.9)4 (-2.3) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15 (-0.3)15 (-0.3)12 (-1.1) (+0.0)
7Wil Lutz2444101010.010.0
8Mike Badgley0000000.00.0
9Jake Elliott3312101010.010.0

Matt Prater (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

7vs MIN1133667.07.0
8vs NYG1244779.09.0
9@ OAK1133666.06.0

Bears vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)9 (-1.6)9 (-1.6)20 (-0.2)20 (-0.2)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)17 (-0.4)17 (-0.4)20 (+1.2)20 (+1.2)
7New Orleans Saints25252202006610.010.0
8Los Angeles Chargers1638841100889.09.0
9Philadelphia Eagles1416430100556.06.0

Detroit Lions (FanDuel: $4400, DraftKings: $2900)

7vs MIN42.005030000000-4.0-4.0
8vs NYG26.0037030101171711.011.0
9@ OAK31.0045010000110.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds23.003292.30.90.700. (H=18)8.4 (H=27)
10PROJ-Tremblay22.753402.20.90.700. (H=18)8.4 (H=27)

Lions vs QB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)26 (+3.7)26 (+3.7)26 (+3.6)27 (+4.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)30 (+6.9)30 (+6.8)28 (+6.1)28 (+6.7)
6Aaron Rodgers74243928321310022.222.219.319.3
7Kirk Cousins732434337404-3032.632.629.232.2
8Daniel Jones74284132240413033.433.428.232.2
9Derek Carr7220312892000022.522.519.619.6

Mitchell Trubisky (FanDuel: $6500, DraftKings: $5100)

7vs NO6534542512000020.620.620.020.0
8vs LAC82233525301410012.712.78.19.1
9@ PHI4510211250021507.
10PROJ-Dodds22352231.50.92100.117.917.917.9 (H=45)17.9 (H=58)
10PROJ-Tremblay19312041.30.8290. (H=37)16.1 (H=48)
10PROJ-Bloom20352001.30.93170.116.616.616.6 (H=39)16.6 (H=50)

Lions vs RB

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)32 (+8.5)32 (+8.8)32 (+7.9)32 (+8.9)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)30 (+10.9)30 (+11.8)30 (+11.2)30 (+13.2)
6Jamaal Williams391410405432119.623.621.626.6
6Aaron Jones3611470741306.
7Dalvin Cook51251422217026.927.927.430.9
7C.J. Ham3919011517.
8Saquon Barkley611964010879120.328.324.328.3
8Wayne Gallman13000112002.
9Josh Jacobs42281202200024.
9Jalen Richard242120435606.

David Montgomery (FanDuel: $6400, DraftKings: $5300)

7vs NO3026022.01301.
8vs LAC6027135154.012020.724.722.727.7
9@ PHI331440243.036019.622.621.122.6
10PROJ-Dodds17680.62.519012.314.813.6 (H=28)14.8 (H=40)
10PROJ-Tremblay16670.62.015011.813.812.8 (H=25)13.8 (H=35)
10PROJ-Bloom13420.63.0140.19.812.811.3 (H=20)12.8 (H=31)

Tarik Cohen (FanDuel: $5000, DraftKings: $4200)

7vs NO363100129.01902.911.97.411.9
8vs LAC1749033.03704.
9@ PHI1627052.0901.
10PROJ-Dodds4180.14.5300.26.611.19.0 (H=17)11.2 (H=31)
10PROJ-Tremblay5210.15.3380.27.71310.5 (H=23)13.1 (H=41)
10PROJ-Bloom380.14.0330.36.510.58.6 (H=16)10.6 (H=28)

Lions vs WR

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)24 (+2.0)22 (+3.0)19 (+1.9)18 (+2.4)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)27 (+5.7)24 (+6.3)26 (+5.6)23 (+5.8)
6Allen Lazard175465100012.516.514.516.5
6Marquez Valdes-Scantling57224801905.
7Stefon Diggs5987142000014.221.217.724.2
7Olabisi Johnson528440100010.
8Darius Slayton625250200017.
8Golden Tate691088500008.516.512.516.5
9Hunter Renfrow397654100011.417.414.417.4
9Tyrell Williams59434800004.

Allen Robinson (FanDuel: $7100, DraftKings: $6300)

7vs NO631610.087100014.724.719.724.7
8vs LAC7375.06200006.211.28.711.2
9@ PHI4351.0600000.
10PROJ-Dodds5.4640.40008.814.211.5 (H=19)14.2 (H=31)
10PROJ-Tremblay5.2650.40008.914.111.5 (H=19)14.1 (H=31)
10PROJ-Bloom5.0570.40008.113.110.6 (H=16)13.1 (H=27)

Taylor Gabriel (FanDuel: $5200, DraftKings: $4000)

7vs NO3821.0600000.
8vs LAC6164.05300005.
9@ PHI3033.06900006.
10PROJ-Dodds2.5360.21305.17.66.4 (H=9)7.6 (H=16)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.0280.2000465.0 (H=6)6.0 (H=11)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0470.20005.98.97.4 (H=12)8.9 (H=22)

Anthony Miller (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3500)

7vs NO4995.06401-106.311.36.810.3
8vs LAC4233.06700006.
9@ PHI1810.000000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds2.1290.20004.16.25.2 (H=7)6.2 (H=13)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.2310.21404.76.95.8 (H=8)6.9 (H=16)
10PROJ-Bloom3.0370.20004.97.96.4 (H=10)7.9 (H=20)

Cordarrelle Patterson (FanDuel: $4700, DraftKings: $3200)

7vs NO1532.02101202.34.39.310.3
8vs LAC1522.0101500.
9@ PHI811.0500000.
10PROJ-Dodds1.190.111002.53.63.1 (H=3)3.7 (H=6)
10PROJ-Tremblay1.1150.11802.943.5 (H=3)4.1 (H=7)
10PROJ-Bloom1.0401500.91.91.5 (H=0)2.0 (H=2)

Lions vs TE

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)25 (+1.5)22 (+1.6)23 (+1.6)22 (+1.4)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)28 (+4.5)27 (+5.3)27 (+5.0)26 (+5.2)
6Marcedes Lewis29225005.
7Kyle Rudolph556558111.816.814.316.8
8Evan Engram657440110.
9Foster Moreau3721316.

Trey Burton (FanDuel: $4600, DraftKings: $2800)

7vs NO4342.01101.
8vs LAC4941.01601.
9@ PHI2710.000000.00.0
10PROJ-Dodds2.1200. (H=5)5.3 (H=12)
10PROJ-Tremblay2.2190. (H=5)5.3 (H=12)
10PROJ-Bloom1. (H=1)2.4 (H=3)

Adam Shaheen (FanDuel: $4000, DraftKings: $2600)

7vs NO2122.02402.
8vs LAC1620.000000.00.0
9@ PHI1910.00000-2.0-1.0
10PROJ-Dodds1.0100. (H=1)2.6 (H=4)
10PROJ-Tremblay0.990. (H=1)2.4 (H=3)
10PROJ-Bloom0.000000.0 (H=0)0.0 (H=0)

Lions vs PK

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15 (+0.1)15 (+0.1)13T (-0.2) (+0.0)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)14 (-0.5)14 (-0.5)13 (-1.0) (+0.0)
6Mason Crosby3322111112.012.0
7Dan Bailey0166666.06.0
8Aldrick Rosas0023222.02.0
9Daniel Carlson1244777.07.0

Eddy Pineiro (FanDuel: $--, DraftKings: $--)

7vs NO1122556.06.0
8vs LAC3511101010.010.0
9@ PHI0022222.02.0

Lions vs TD

Season FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)18T (-0.1)18T (-0.1)10T (-1.1)10T (-1.1)
Last 4 weeks FPPG allowed rank (vs AVG)15 (-1.5)15 (-1.5)10T (-2.1)10T (-2.1)
6Green Bay Packers2229930000333.03.0
7Minnesota Vikings3043321000443.03.0
8New York Giants3137541100888.08.0
9Oakland Raiders2447321100666.06.0

Chicago Bears (FanDuel: $4200, DraftKings: $3100)

7vs NO36.0042410011996.06.0
8vs LAC17.0023111000334.04.0
9@ PHI22.0037340000444.04.0
10PROJ-Dodds20.003512.40.90.800. (H=23)9.4 (H=31)
10PROJ-Tremblay19.753602.310.800.510.110.110.1 (H=26)10.1 (H=35)