Perhaps it was a slow news day? As it isn’t my website I don’t have any data against which to compare the traffic for an arbitrary 24 hour period on a chart to a similar 24 hour period over time. How many visitors do you normally receive from xx:yy on a Monday to xx:yy on a Tuesday according to Cloudflare? What do the other analytics and logs show (e.g. traffic, dns, security)?
700 an hour, a day, a minute? If the average number of daily visitors for the period displayed is 700, the chart in the screenshot shows 849 which seems like an increase as opposed to a drop. The second screenshot shows requests consistently over some unknown period of time, which would seem to indicate the Cloudflare was receiving / serving traffic during that time.
When I removed the cname for www for my quic cloud and just use my origin web host IP eveything starts working perfectly.
That makes sense. When you’re pointing to Quic Cloud, they’re managing the traffic to those hostnames, as they’re your SaaS provider, and they’re certificate will take precedence over Cloudflare’s (for those hostnames pointed to them). While pointing to Quic, Analytics and Rules won’t be applied at Cloudflare. You’ll need to review analytics and configure rules at the SaaS provider.
For slowness I checked your caching analytics, and found mostly HTML and JSON being served from the origin. You can cache these with a cache everything rule, but there are some caveats with a cache everything rule.