Powered by Automated Insights Cleveland Indians Waxes Legend Time, Rises to Fourth Place
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Cleveland Indians demolished Legend Time 102.90 - 57.66 while also putting up the highest point total this week. Legend Time is having trouble getting started, and doesn't have a win to speak of yet. Legend Time was led by Matt Bryant with 13.00 points and Philip Rivers who scored 10.46. Cleveland Indians (2-1, 294.82 points) climbs into fourth place and Legend Time (0-3, 202.52 points) stays in last place.
Smooth Moves by Cleveland Indians
- The Chicago Bears Defense had the highest score of any DEF in the league this season with 25.00 points.
- Eric Decker ranked fourth in the league in scoring among WRs this week with 19.30 points.
- Cleveland Indians won despite having only 3 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.
- With 9.00 points versus a projected 7.37, David Akers exceeded his scoring projection by 22.1%.
- Cleveland Indians got the win, overcoming both of their RBs underperforming versus their projections.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Legend Time
- Left Drew Brees on the bench, where he led the league in scoring with 32.78 points.
- Picked up the Kansas City Chiefs Defense but left them on the bench, where they ranked 10th in the league in scoring and beat their scoring projection by 229.4%, the sixth-highest percentage in the league.
- Did not start Sidney Rice, who scored 19.90 points, surpassing his projected points by 225.8%, the eighth-highest percentage in the league.
- Should have started Jason Witten, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting TE with 6.70 against a projected 8.00.
- Picked up Eddie Royal, who scored 3.40 points against his projected 6.93.
- If Cleveland Indians played Legend Time every week, they would be 3-0 this season.
- Cleveland Indians would have been undefeated if they played every team in the league this week.
- Cleveland Indians would have defeated Legend Time 98.20 - 62.58 had they played each other last week.
- Cleveland Indians would be 0-2 if they played the same schedule as Legend Time.
- Cleveland Indians would be 19-8 if they played every team every week.
- Legend Time would have been beaten by every other team in the league this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Cleveland Indians, Legend Time would be 1-1.
- If they played every team every week, Legend Time would be 2-25.
- The top players for Cleveland Indians were elite in the matchup, as three of their starters outperformed the leading scorer for Legend Time.
- This matchup featured both the highest-scoring team and the lowest-scoring team in the league this week.
- The 45.24-point margin of victory by Cleveland Indians was the largest in the league this week.
- With the big win, both of the wins this season for Cleveland Indians have been blowouts.
- Legend Time has underachieved every week this season, scoring 57.66 points against a projected 90.16 this week.
- With the loss, Legend Time has been blown out in all of their three losses this season.
- Despite being on the winning team, Chris Johnson scored 9.10 points against a projected 12.96 and has now underachieved in every game this season.
- Legend Time got smallest total score from their RB position of any team this week with 9.30 points.
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