Powered by Automated Insights WestCoastMafia Comes Back Strong on Chef Dawg, Puts Them in Ninth Place
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Faced with a 17.99-point deficit, WestCoastMafia pulled off a 205.00 - 133.14 comeback on Monday night. They were led by Drew Brees, whose 89.85 points were the highest score of the week. It was an epic beating, and the 71.86-point margin of victory is the fifth-highest in the league this season. Tony Romo led Chef Dawg with 45.70 points while Lance Briggs brought in 13.00. Chef Dawg (2-2, 594.49 points) drops to ninth place and WestCoastMafia (3-1, 786.70 points) remains in second place.
Smooth Moves by WestCoastMafia
- Drew Brees scored 89.85 points, the highest of any player on WestCoastMafia this season.
- Frank Gore had the best RB score of the week and the fourth-highest RB score in the league this season with 34.30 points.
- Picked up Alec Ogletree, who beat his scoring projection by 30.9%, with 10.00 points against a projected 7.64.
- Matt Prater scored 14.00 points and beat his scoring projection by 175.0%, which led the matchup.
- Anquan Boldin exceeded scoring projections by 38.3%, with 15.50 points against a projected 11.21.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Chef Dawg
- Chef Dawg had 9 of their 11 starters score less than their projected points.
- It was a season-low 1.84 points for Tavon Austin this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 18.1% of a projected point total of 10.19.
- With 9.30 points, Doug Martin had his lowest output of the season and tallied just 57.7% of his 16.12 projected points, his lowest percentage of the year.
- The 6.15 points scored by Julius Thomas was a season-low for both scoring and for his performance against projections. He reached only 58.1% of his 10.59 projected points this week.
- With 13.00 points versus a projected 23.01, the Cincinnati Bengals Defense scored only 56.5% of their projected point total.
- If WestCoastMafia played Chef Dawg every week, they would be 3-1 this season.
- Besides Chef Dawg, WestCoastMafia would have defeated seven other teams this week.
- WestCoastMafia would have defeated Chef Dawg 205.50 - 140.91 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as Chef Dawg, WestCoastMafia would be 2-1.
- If WestCoastMafia had played every team in the league each week, they would be 30-14.
- Chef Dawg would have lost to nine other teams besides WestCoastMafia this week.
- Chef Dawg would be 1-2 if they played the same schedule as WestCoastMafia.
- If they played every team every week, Chef Dawg would be 13-31.
- It was the fifth-biggest margin of victory in the league this season at 71.86 points.
- With the big win, WestCoastMafia has had all of their three wins come via blowout.
- WestCoastMafia had their lowest winning score of the season with 205.00 points.
- This was the first time this season that Chef Dawg lost by the biggest margin of the week.
- Both of the losses this season for Chef Dawg have been blowout losses.
- The 14.79 total points by the WRs on Chef Dawg was their lowest WR output this season.
- Chef Dawg had 133.14 points, their season-low.
- Although WestCoastMafia won, it was no thanks to Jason Witten, who scored 7.15 points and has now scored below his projection in three straight weeks.
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