Cardinals and Dolphins both lost QBs, but only one team is screwed

Robert Woods, WR, Los Angeles Rams (19.5 percent): The Rams head into their bye in Week 8, but upon their return, make sure to keep Woods on the radar. The former Bill has at least five catches in four of his past five games and has averaged exactly seven targets per game in that stretch. He’s the most involved member of this passing game, particularly as Sammy Watkins continues to draw attention from opposing teams’ top cornerbacks.

Cooper Kupp, WR, Los Angeles Rams (40.8 percent): Kupp is another Rams wide receiver to keep on the radar, as he just keeps on finding a way to make plays for this offense. He found the end zone once again for the Rams in Week 8, seeing a career-high 10 targets in the process. The Rams are off next week, but Kupp appears on the flex radar for deeper leagues with PPR scoring.

With 33 sacks in seven games, the Jaguars are on pace for about 75 sacks.

Of course, that number is bolstered by 20 sacks in two games, while the team has just 13 in its other five. But the 1984 Bears had similar explosions, with nine-, 11- and 12-sack games and eight matchups with three sacks or fewer.

Only the 1967 Raiders, 1984 Bears, and 2017 Jaguars have ever had two double-digit sack games in a season. Jacksonville is the first team to do it twice in the first seven weeks.

At the heart of the pass rush is former Arizona Cardinals star Calais Campbell, who already has a career-high 10 sacks with the team he signed a four-year, $60 million contract with in the offseason. With just two more, he’ll tie the Jaguars franchise record of 12 held by Tony Brackens.