In an effort to help you set the best fantasy lineup possible, here are a few interesting trends you might want to consider heading into Week 6.
LaDainian Tomlinson is averaging just 3.7 YPC this season, his lowest average since his 2001 rookie season. He had 48 rushing yards and no touchdowns in last two games against New England, including the postseason.
Michael Turner is averaging 162.0 rushing YPG and has scored five touchdowns at home this season. In his career, Turner averages 8.0 YPC indoors (54 rushes, 434 yards).
The Miami Dolphins have run 16 direct snaps to Ronnie Brown in the last two games; those direct snaps have produced 167 yards (148 rush, 19 pass), four rushing touchdowns and one passing touchdown.
Brett Favre has thrown for seven touchdowns and seven interceptions in four career games against Cincinnati. He threw for 279 yards with one touchdown and five interceptions in last start against them (10/30/05).
In six career regular-season starts against Baltimore, Peyton Manning has averaged 283.8 passing yards with 13 passing touchdowns and three interceptions. The Colts have averaged 25.0 points per game in their last five overall meetings against the Ravens.
Earnest Graham has averaged 113.5 rushing YPG with two touchdowns at home this season. He has also recorded a rushing touchdown in five straight home games.
Greg Jennings had six catches for 71 yards and scored two touchdowns against Seattle in a 2007 postseason game. Jennings has scored three touchdowns in the past two games overall.
Kurt Warner has thrown 31 touchdown passes in his last 13 games. That’s the most passing scores for any quarterback dating back to the final eight games of 2007.