Fantasy Football Week 5: Team Defense Rankings
With an exciting fourth week under our belts, here are the LestersLegends Week 5 fantasy football team defense rankings.
1. Houston Texans
The Texans lead the league in total defense (273.0 yards per game) and scoring defense (14.0 points per game) and are facing a Jets team that lost their best playmaker (Santonio Holmes). They got shut out last week and are in bad shape.
2. Chicago Bears
The Bears rank fifth in scoring defense (17.0 ppg) and 11th in total defense (316.8 ypg). The Jags rank last in total offense (254.3 ypg) and scoring (15.5 ppg).
3. Arizona Cardinals
The Cardinals rank third in scoring defense (15.3 ppg) and the Rams rank 26th in scoring offense (19.8 ppg). They also rank 27th in total offense (287.0 ypg)
4. Baltimore Ravens
The Ravens have faced some strong teams so their defensive numbers aren’t where they usually are. That doesn’t mean they can’t lay the smackdown on Kansas City.
5. San Francisco 49ers
The Niners manhandled the Jets. Buffalo will be a tougher challenge, but they are third in total defense (277.3 ypg) and fourth in scoring defense (16.3 ppg).
6. Seattle Seahawks
They play Carolina, who can be explosive, but the Seahawks are tough on defense. They rank second in scoring defense (14.5 ppg) and total defense (275.8 ypg).
7. Pittsburgh Steelers
The Steelers rank fifth in total defense (291.3 ypg) and are facing a team that has had turnover and quarterback protection issues in the Eagles.
8. St. Louis Rams
The Rams have eight interceptions and are allowing 22.0 ppg. They are facing the Cardinals, who are scoring just 22.8 ppg and rank 31st in total offense (271.0 ypg).
9. Green Bay Packers
The Packers rank ninth in scoring defense (20.3 ppg) and total defense (314.3 ypg). They face the Colts who rank 22nd with 22.0 ppg.
10. New York Giants
The Giants are giving up yards, but they have held opponents to 21.0 ppg. The Browns rank 27th in scoring offense (18.3 ppg) and 25th in total offense (311.5 ypg).
11. Minnesota Vikings
The Vikings rank seventh in scoring defense (18.0 ppg) and eighth in total defense (313.5 ypg). Plus, with Percy Harvin you never know when they will take a return to the house. Tennessee is 23rd in total offense (314.5 ypg) and scoring offense (20.3 ppg).
12. Cincinnati Bengals
They had a rough start, but returned to form against Jacksonville last week. They should have continued Florida success against Miami.
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