Raiders at Browns, Sun.: 1 p.m. ET
- Through two games, the Raiders have passes for 554 yards and five touchdowns. The Browns have allowed 436 yards passing and four touchdowns through their first two games.
- Derek Carr's 351 yards passing in Week 2 were a career high. He had just one 300-yard game as a rookie however, and followed it up with five straight games with fewer than 200 yards.
- Latavius Murray has at least 18 touches and 80 total yards in both games this year and now has at least 76 total yards in six straight games. He faces the Browns, who are allowing a league-high 155 yards rushing per game to running backs on 5.13 yards per carry.
- Michael Crabtree is fifth among all receivers with 24 targets through two games. His nine catches for 111 yards and a touchdown in Week 2 produced his best Fantasy day since Week 17 of 2012. This week he faces off with Tramon Williams, who has allowed just 56 yards receiving through two games.
- Amari Cooper has at least nine targets in each game and topped the century mark along with Crabtree in Week 2. He faces Joe Haden, who has allowed a touchdown in each of the first two games.
- Travis Benjamin is the first player since Jim Brown in 1963 to have four touchdowns of 50 yards or more in the first two games of an NFL season.
- Benjamin leads the NFL with three touchdown grabs of 50-plus yards and a ridiculous 34 yards per catch average. Johnny Manziel, who will not start against the Raiders, has thrown all three of those touchdowns.
- The Raiders have allowed at least 100 yards rushing, a rushing touchdown and 20 Fantasy points to running backs in both games to start the 2015 season. Isaiah Crowell and Duke Johnson continue to split the snaps evenly (59 to 57) in Cleveland, but Crow looked like the better runner last week with 72 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries.
Three Bonus Fantasy Facts
- T.J Yeldon has 43 touches through two games, but they have led to only 150 total yards (3.48 yards per touch) and no scores. The primary ball carrier has at least 10 Fantasy points in both weeks against the Pats and they have surrendered over 100 yards rushing, a touchdown and 5.0 yards per carry to running backs in both games as well.
- Did you know that among wide receivers, only Antonio Brown, Donte Moncrief and Brandon Marshall have at least six catches and a touchdown in each of the first two games.
- Joseph Randle leads the Dallas runners in snaps (64), touches (38) and total yards (172). Lance Dunbar is second with 62 snaps and leads the runners with 11 catches for 115 yards, both of which rank second among running backs in the NFL. No team has allowed more Fantasy points (30), receptions (12) or receiving yards (99) per game to running backs than the Falcons thus far in 2015.