In the weekly “Stat Pack”, I will go team-by-team and breakdown three key statistics that helps explain the week that was. The attempt here isn’t so much to provide atypical game recaps, but instead to provide rich context about the games that may not be obvious.

Here is the Week 6 Stat Pack. Enjoy:

Arizona Cardinals   

  1. Arizona is the 6th most run-heavy team inside of the red-zone this season (54.5%) after running on just 40.9% of red-zone plays in 2015 (22nd).
  2. These are David Johnson’s yards from scrimmage totals this year: 132, 143, 111, 124, 185, and 138.
  3. Through six weeks, Carson Palmer is 20th in touchdown rate (3.7%) and 23rd in adjusted yards/attempt (6.8). He ranked 3rd in touchdown rate (6.5%) and 1st in AY/A (9.1) in 2015.

Atlanta Falcons      

  1. Matt Ryan is 1st in touchdown rate (7.1%), adjusted yards/attempt (10.7) and is barely 2nd to Drew Brees (346.6) in yards/game (345.8).
  2. Ryan’s AY/A (10.7) ranks 1st among all quarterbacks with 150 or more drop-backs since 2000.
  3. Julio Jones is tied for 5th in target share among all wide receivers since Week 3 (28%).

Baltimore Ravens

  1. Terrance West is second among all running backs in team share of carries since Week 3 (77%).
  2. These are West’s snap-shares over the Ravens past three games: 44% > 43% > 60%.
  3. Breshad Perriman’s snap-shares have been on the rise over the Ravens’ past three games: 36% > 51% > 68%. He has 5, 5, and 8 targets during that span.    

Buffalo Bills    

  1. Buffalo is the third most run-heavy team overall (49.6%) and the second most run-heavy team in the red-zone (59.5%).
  2. Charles Clay is TE11 in PPR points/game (10.7) over the Bills’ last three games without Sammy Watkins.
  3. LeSean McCoy has finished no worse than RB17 this season and has three top-5 PPR finishes in his last 4 games.

Carolina Panthers

  1. Jonathan Stewart played on 67% of the Panthers’ snaps in his first action since Week 2 this season.
  2. For just the fifth time in Stewart’s last 29 games played, he handled three carries inside of the opponents’ 10-yard line in Week 6.
  3. Greg Olsen has eclipsed 70 yards receiving in all but one game this year and he is second in the league among all wide r...