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The bearchikacats had trouble producing points this week and fell to Steelers 173.14 - 157.48. While each team fell short of expectations, Steelers scored 89.4% of a projected 193.67 points to get the win. The bearchikacats, coming off a 219.64 - 202.98 win against Nancy's Neat Team, saw their scoring drop substantially this week. Both teams could have scored more points as Steelers had one starter turn in zero points and The bearchikacats had two. Steelers (2-1, 540.78 points) climbs into fifth place while The bearchikacats (1-2, 594.82 points) drops to seventh place.
Smooth Moves by Steelers
- Steelers saw their third-largest single-week point total by a player this season with the Chicago Bears Defense scoring 41.00 points. The score was also high enough to rank eighth in the league.
- The 36.28 points scored by Russell Wilson was the fifth-highest score of any QB in the league this week.
- Jason Avant scored a season-high 17.20 points and beat his scoring projection by 189.6%, which also is a season-high.
- Starter Vernon Davis put up a zero, but Steelers still won.
- David Akers overachieved by 23.5%, scoring 12.00 points against a projected 9.72.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by The bearchikacats
- Left the Green Bay Packers Defense on the bench, where they ranked ninth in the league in scoring with 40.00 points.
- Did not start Sidney Rice, who beat his scoring projection with 22.40 points against a projected 7.41.
- The bearchikacats had 2 of their 11 starters score zero points.
- The bearchikacats would have welcomed more points at WR, where Steelers topped them 40.60 - 19.80.
- Carson Palmer had a season-low 8.88 points against a projected 25.05 and scored below his projection for the second time this season.
- If Steelers played The bearchikacats every week, they would be 1-2 this season.
- Steelers would have beaten four other teams besides The bearchikacats this week.
- If they played the same schedule as The bearchikacats, Steelers would be 0-2.
- Steelers would be 8-19 if they played every team every week.
- Besides Steelers, The bearchikacats would have been defeated by seven other teams this week.
- Had they played each other last week, Steelers would have lost to The bearchikacats 219.64 - 168.66.
- The bearchikacats would be 1-1 if they played the same schedule as Steelers.
- If they played every team every week, The bearchikacats would be 13-14.
- Despite being on the winning team, Roddy White had a season-low 2.60 points against a projected 9.10 and has now underachieved in every game this season.
- Steelers won by 15.66 points, covering the 11.17-point spread.
- Two of the starters for Steelers scored higher than the leading scorer for The bearchikacats.
- The 157.48 points put up by The bearchikacats ranked ninth in the league this week.
- Matt Prater played well in the loss with 23.00 points, the highest score of any K in the league this week.
- In the loss, Jamaal Charles had the second-highest RB score in the league this week with 32.70 points.
- The win by Steelers was achieved despite having Ryan Mathews put up a season-low 10.60 points, and underachieve for the second time this season.
- The bearchikacats got the second-highest combined scoring output from the RB position for any team this week with 47.30 points.
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