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    Week 3

    • Beats By Ray
    • 2-1
    • Weekly Grade: A-
    • 103.72
    • Hi
    • 1-2
    • Weekly Grade: B
    • 94.9

    Beats By Ray has probably been eagerly awaiting all the good news that's coming to them in this recap after they scored the second-highest point total this week and beat Hi 103.72 to 94.90. While each team hit their projections, Beats By Ray scored 2.0% more than a projected 101.73 points to get the win. Hi was coming off a 95.84 to 63.36 loss against Shady Business and saw their scoring improve this week. Beats By Ray (2-1, 303.82 points) climbs into third place and Hi (1-2, 271.32 points) drops to seventh place.

    Top Players

      • Julio Jones
      • 28.10
      • Marshawn Lynch
      • 24.80
      • Jeremy Maclin
      • 21.40
      • Drew Brees
      • 19.52

    Smooth Moves by Beats By Ray

    • With 28.10 points, Julio Jones had the highest WR score of the week and the second-highest WR score in the league this season.
    • There are rumors that the military wants to model a new all-terrain vehicle based off of Le'Veon Bell. He had the eighth-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 15.70 points.
    • With 14.90 points, Emmanuel Sanders ranked ninth in the league in scoring among WRs this week.
    • With only 3 of their 9 starters beating their projected points, Beats By Ray was still able to win.
    • The 103.72 points scored by the starters on Beats By Ray compared to the 42.38 points from players left on the bench gave Beats By Ray the second-highest starter/bench scoring ratio in the league this week.

    Toyota Missed Opportunities

    • Hi may have missed the opportunity for a win, but they gained an opportunity to be mercilessly taunted by Beats By Ray. 
    • The San Francisco 49ers Defense had the lowest point total in the matchup with 2.00 points.
    • In the midst of a season-low in scoring, Shane Vereen also did not meet his projected points (3.70 points scored versus 10.38 projected) for the second time this season.
    • With a season-low 5.10 points versus a projected 8.34, Golden Tate failed to meet his projection for the second time this season.
    • Note to self: don't start a player when they're going to have their worst game of the season. Jay Cutler had a season-low 16.40 points against a projected 17.20 and underachieved for the first time this season.

    What If

    • If Beats By Ray played Hi every week, they would be 2-1 this season.
    • Beats By Ray would have beaten seven other teams besides Hi this week.
    • Had they played each other last week, Beats By Ray would have defeated Hi 88.18 - 63.36.
    • If they played the same schedule as Hi, Beats By Ray would be 1-1.
    • Beats By Ray would be 20-7 if they played every team every week.
    • Hi would have lost to just two other teams besides Beats By Ray this week.
    • Hi would be 1-1 if they played the same schedule as Beats By Ray.
    • If they played every team every week, Hi would be 15-12.

    Game Notes

    • Don't you hate that guy that always has to one-up everybody? Hi scored 94.90 points and lost. It is the fourth-highest losing score in the league this season.
    • Beats By Ray did not cover the 14.08-point spread, winning by 8.82 points.
    • Beats By Ray got the best total score from their WRs of any team this week with 48.40 points.
    • Both teams topped their projections, but Hi performed better versus expectations than Beats By Ray and still lost.
    • With 103.72 points, Beats By Ray scored the second-most points in the league this week.
    • In the loss, Marshawn Lynch ranked fifth in the league in scoring with a season-high 24.80 points.
    • In the loss, Jeremy Maclin ranked ninth in the league in scoring and beat his scoring projection by 146.7%, which led the matchup.
    • Beats By Ray got the win despite Cordarrelle Patterson having a season-low 5.40 points and falling short of his projection for the second time this season.
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