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Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 5

A month ago, the Denver Broncos hosting the Indianapolis Colts would have been a potential playoff preview. Now, we have a matchup between two disappointing teams that are scuffling offensively. Still, that doesn’t mean there are major fantasy ramifications to […]

A month ago, the Denver Broncos hosting the Indianapolis Colts would have been a potential playoff preview. Now, we have a matchup between two disappointing teams that are scuffling offensively. Still, that doesn’t mean there are major fantasy ramifications to consider with our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 5.

Denver’s offense did show some signs of life last week but now has to move forward without star running back Javonte Williams. How will Nathaniel Hackett adjust his already scrutinized play-calling without Williams?

The Colts will also be without their star running back, which certainly won’t help an offense that has struggled and is turning the ball over way too often.

The Broncos are 3.5-point favorites and the over/under stands at 42.5 points.

Matchup 

TEAMOFFENSEPASSRUSHYDS/PLAYPOINTS
Indianapolis Colts 19 10 27 24 32
Denver Broncos 21 181816 30

 

It’s hard to believe that these are two of the three lowest-scoring teams in football. Indy’s struggles start up front, as the Colts’ offensive line ranks 27th in sack percentage. They haven’t opened up any holes for the ground game and rank 30th in fourth-down conversion.

 

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Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 4

The Thursday night tilt from last week was as uneventful as we anticipated. Fortunately, things are looking up again with our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 4 contest between the Bengals and AFC’s last unbeaten squad, the Miami Dolphins. Uncertainty […]

The Thursday night tilt from last week was as uneventful as we anticipated. Fortunately, things are looking up again with our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 4 contest between the Bengals and AFC’s last unbeaten squad, the Miami Dolphins.

Uncertainty surrounds Miami as their star quarterback is listed as questionable after an ugly “back” injury he returned from in Week 3.

For the defending AFC champions, they’ll debut their all-white jerseys and helmets but need to figure out how to revamp an offense that enters this game last in yards per play and 20th overall.

Matchup 

TEAMOFFENSEPASSRUSHYDS/PLAYPOINTS
Miami Dolphins 13 4 31 2 8
Cincinnati Bengals 20 14 20 32 10

 

The Dolphins are no strangers to establishing a potent offense. In 2021, Miami ranked 7th in offensive pace but that has surprisingly fallen off under Mike McDaniel. His club enters Week 4 ranked 28th with just 55.7 offensive plays per game…

 

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Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 3

After opening 2022 with a pair of high-octane Thursday night games, here are the Steelers and Browns to cool the scoring off. While we may not see a shootout, our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 3 still thinks there are […]

After opening 2022 with a pair of high-octane Thursday night games, here are the Steelers and Browns to cool the scoring off. While we may not see a shootout, our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 3 still thinks there are plenty of fantasy football ramifications in this AFC North rivalry.

Cleveland just blew a fourth-quarter lead to lose to the Jets at home. The Browns will be ripe for revenge but will the short rest situation hurt them?

Meanwhile, the Steelers have looked impotent and dropped a home tilt to New England. Plus, they have to contend with traveling to a hostile environment as underdogs.

 

Matchup 

TEAMOFFENSEPASSRUSHYDS/PLAYPOINTS
Pittsburgh Steelers 30 28 26 30 19
Cleveland Browns 9 26 1 10 7

 

Last season, Matt Canada coached Pittsburgh’s offense and was able to overcome Ben Roethlisberger’s deficiencies to a 9-7-1 record. The 2021 Steelers were only 29th in rushing but managed to finish 15th in passing…

 

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Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 2

The first game of the 2022 NFL season didn’t quite live up to the hype. At least not for the defending champions. The second week begins with an exciting AFC West matchup between the Chargers and Chiefs that should make […]

The first game of the 2022 NFL season didn’t quite live up to the hype. At least not for the defending champions. The second week begins with an exciting AFC West matchup between the Chargers and Chiefs that should make up for the Rams’ disappointing showing. Our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 2 will gives you all the fantasy football, DFS, and sports betting tips you’ll need.

Both squads enter this tilt 1-0 after impressive victories in their openers. The Chiefs have won 13 of their last 16 matchups with the Chargers and shootouts have been the norm of late.

This should be another exciting, high-scoring grudge match. Let’s break down the fantasy football ramifications in our Thursday Night Football Preview: Week 2. They face another tough task in Week 2, traveling to Arrowhead on a short week.

Matchup 

 

TEAMOFFENSEPASSRUSHYDS/PLAYPOINTS
Los Angeles Chargers211111
Kansas City Chiefs9824169

* above ranks are from the 2021 season

Kansas City dismantled the Cardinals in Arizona last week behind a league-best 360 passing yards and five touchdowns from Patrick MahomesThis quelled any concerns of how Andy Reid and company with fare after trading away Tyreek Hill in the offseason.

Andy Reid found success by distributing the ball among multiple players. Mahomes had completed passes to nine different teammates in the first half of the team’s blowout win.

Meanwhile, Brandon Staley’s Chargers come off of a 24-19 road victory against the Raiders. Behind another solid outing from QB Justin Herbert, LA did just enough to keep Derek Carr and the Raiders from mounting a successful comeback in Las Vegas.

Four of the last five meetings between these two AFC West rivals have gone over 52 points, so there should be plenty of fireworks. This is the first NFL game to be available exclusively on a streaming platform, so it should be a memorable contest on multiple fronts.

Kansas City enters Week 2 as four-point favorites and the over/under is set at a whopping 54 points. This game certainly doesn’t look like another boring Thursday Night tilt.

There should be plenty of points scored and that means a ton of fantasy football ramifications.

 

How will tonight’s Chargers vs Chiefs game go?

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