Eagles #1 Tops GreenBaller, Notches Fourth in a Row

Week 6

  • Eagles #1
  • 5-1
  • Weekly Grade: C+
  • 150.3
  • GreenBaller
  • 3-3
  • Weekly Grade: C-
  • 108.7

GreenBaller must have done something to anger the Fantasy Gods this week, as they lost to Eagles #1 150.30 to 108.70. Eagles #1 has built consistency and is on a four-game win streak. GreenBaller, coming off a 184.36 to 144.06 win against TCAM, saw their scoring drop substantially this week. Both teams left points off the scoreboard in this one, as Eagles #1 started four players with zero points and GreenBaller also served up two. GreenBaller (3-3, 883.24 points) drops to fifth place while Eagles #1 (5-1, 901.26 points) remains in third place.

Top Players

    • Peyton Manning
    • 63.60
    • Chris Ivory
    • 36.60
    • LeGarrette Blount
    • 24.40
    • Greg Olsen
    • 19.10

Smooth Moves by Eagles #1

  • Best in the world: Greg Olsen can claim that at least for one week after his 19.10 point performance. It was highest score for any TE this week, as well as the eighth-highest TE score in the league this season.
  • A bounty from the backfield: Chris Ivory had an outstanding performance with 36.60 points, the best among RBs this week and the eighth-highest RB score in the league this season.
  • Put WR Randall Cobb on the bench, where he scored 3.80 points, fewer than any WR in the starting lineup.
  • Even with four starters scoring zero points, Eagles #1 was still able to win.
  • Golden Tate scored a season-high 10.00 points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • You gave it the old college try. Unfortunately for you, this isn't college ball. This is professional football at the national level; you know the acronym.
  • Left Lamar Miller on the bench, where he led the team in scoring with 27.80 points.
  • This is how people lose everything in casinos. GreenBaller thought their luck would change and went back to the well with Eddie Lacy. However, he scored 2.00 points against a projected 18.09 and has now underachieved in five straight games.
  • GreenBaller had 2 of their 11 starters score zero points.
  • Even though GreenBaller lost, only 3 of their 11 starters scored less than their projected points.

What If

  • If Eagles #1 played GreenBaller every week, they would be 3-3 this season.
  • Besides GreenBaller, Eagles #1 would have beaten only two other teams this week.
  • Eagles #1 would be 3-2 if they played the same schedule as GreenBaller.
  • Eagles #1 would be 21-33 if they played every team every week.
  • GreenBaller would have lost to every other team in the league this week.
  • And they say procrastination doesn't pay off! Had they played each other last week, Eagles #1 would have lost to GreenBaller 184.36 - 121.64.
  • GreenBaller would be 3-2 if they played the same schedule as Eagles #1.
  • GreenBaller would be 23-31 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • GreenBaller was last in the league in scoring for the second time this season.
  • The 41.60-point margin of victory was the biggest of the season for Eagles #1 and 10th-largest in the league this season.
  • We don't condone cheating, but this group of wide receivers might want to spray Stickum on their gloves. The 25.30 total points by the WRs on GreenBaller was their lowest WR output this season.
  • Eagles #1 had two starters score more points than the highest-scoring starter for GreenBaller.
  • The win was the fourth in a row for Eagles #1.
  • Eagles #1 got 19.10 points from their TEs, the highest combined scoring output from the TE position for any team this week.
  • In the loss, the Philadephia Eagles Defense scored 19.00 points, the fifth-highest DEF score in the league this season.
  • Eagles #1 won while scoring the fewest total points of any winning team in the league this week.
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