Pittsburgh Steelers QB Kenny Pickett will match up with the ninth-ranked pass defense of the Green Bay Packers (196.1 yards conceded per game) in Week 10, at 1:00 PM ET on Sunday.
With his upcoming tilt versus the Packers this week, should Pickett be considered a lock for your fantasy football lineup? We dissect the stats and trends below.
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Kenny Pickett Week 10 Game Info
Let’s go into a few of the upcoming game’s key info, along with the projected fantasy points for Pickett:
Matchup: Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Green Bay Packers
Time: 1:00 PM
Date: November 12, 2023
Projected Fantasy Points: 12.423
Kenny Pickett Fantasy Stats
Here’s a look at the fantasy figures of Pickett this season:
With 83.8 fantasy points (10.5 per game), Pickett is 27th at his position and 54th in the league.
In his past three games, Pickett is 46-of-71 for 463 yards, with one touchdown and zero interceptions and has rushed for nine yards on 10 carries with one TD. He has accumulated 29.4 fantasy points (9.8 per game).
In his past five games, Pickett has accumulated 45.3 fantasy points (9.1 per game). He is 79-of-126 for 801 yards, with two touchdowns and one interception and has rushed for 12 yards on 18 carries with one TD.
In Week 3 against the Las Vegas Raiders, Kenny Pickett put up a season-high 18.5 fantasy points, thanks to this stat line: 16-of-28 (57.1%), 235 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs.
In his worst game of the season — Week 4 against the Houston Texans — Pickett finished with 3.5 fantasy points. His stat line: 15-of-23 (65.2%), 114 yards, 0 TDs, 1 INT.
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Kenny Pickett 2022 Fantasy Game Log
Kenny Pickett vs. Packers
Here are a few relevant data points on the Packers squad Pickett will be matching up against:
Green Bay hasn’t allowed a player to register over 300 passing yards against them in a matchup yet this season.
Seven players have thrown for at least one touchdown in a game against the Packers this season.
Green Bay has given up two or more passing touchdowns to one opposing quarterback this season.
The Packers haven’t given up more than two passing touchdowns to an opposing quarterback this season.