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FPts Allowed: Quarterback: 2022


Season:
Team: ARI | ATL | BAL | BUF | CAR | CHI | CIN | CLE | DAL | DEN | DET | GB | HOU | IND | JAC | KC | LAC
LAR | LV | MIA | MIN | NE | NO | NYG | NYJ | PHI | PIT | SEA | SF | TB | TEN | WAS
Position: QB | RB | WR | TE | K | DEF | DL | LB | DB
Options: FF Points Scored or FF Points Allowed | All Teams | Strength of Schedule

FFToday Standard Scoring: Review Scoring
  PassingRushing Fantasy
Player
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Team
Week
NO
Result
Cmp
Att
Yard
TD
INT
Att
Yard
TD
FPts
 Marcus Mariota ATL 1 W 27-26 (a) 20 33 215 0 0 12 72 1 24.0
 Tom Brady TB 2 L 10-20 (h) 18 34 190 1 0 3 -2 0 13.3
 Baker Mayfield CAR 3 L 14-22 (a) 12 25 170 1 0 1 -1 0 12.4
 Kirk Cousins MIN 4 L 25-28 (h) 25 38 273 1 1 0 0 0 17.7
 Last 3 Weeks (2 to 4) 55 97 633 3 1 4 -3 0 43.4
 Last 5 Weeks (1 to 4) 75 130 848 3 1 16 69 1 67.3
 Season 75 130 848 3 1 16 69 1 67.3

Comparison to NFL Average
   NO 
Avg
 NFL 
Avg
 Dif 
 
 Last 3 Weeks  14.5 20.7 -30.1%
 Last 5 Weeks  16.8 20.8 -19.2%
 Season  16.8 20.8 -19.2%

Playing against the New Orleans Saints represents a neutral matchup for opposing Quarterbacks relative to the NFL average (last 5 weeks).

* Within +/-1 standard deviation.
 
Top Player By Week and Remaining Schedule
 Week 
 
 Opp 
 
Opp
 Avg 
 Dif 
 
Top
 Player 
 FPts 
 
1 at ATL - -  M. Mariota 24.0
2 TB - -  T. Brady 13.3
3 at CAR - -  B. Mayfield 12.4
4 MIN - -  K. Cousins 17.7
5 SEA 22.1 6.0%    
6 CIN 23.7 13.9%    
7 at ARI 23.3 12.0%    
8 LV 20.6 -0.9%    
9 BAL 33.1 58.9%    
10 at PIT 17.1 -17.7%    
11 LAR 16.9 -18.6%    
12 at SF 16.4 -21.4%    
13 at TB 19.1 -8.1%    
14 Bye        
15 ATL 18.1 -13.0%    
16 at CLE 17.9 -14.1%    
17 at PHI 29.1 39.7%    
18 CAR 15.8 -23.9%    

Opp Avg indicates each Opponent's FF Points Scored for Quarterbacks and Dif is the comparison to the NFL average (last 5 weeks). A positive difference indicates the Opponent's Quarterbacks score more than the NFL average, and a negative difference indicates the Opponent's Quarterbacks score less than the NFL average.

Significant differences are +/-1 standard deviation from the average and highlighted green or red.