Powered by Automated Insights The CL All Stars Gets By THE COMISH, Drops Them into Seventh Place
- The CL All Stars
- THE COMISH
The CL All Stars got 24.60 points from Russell Wilson and 16.60 from Josh Gordon to sneak past THE COMISH, 99.90 - 98.82. This could have gone either way, with the 1.08-point margin of victory being the third-smallest recorded in the league this season. THE COMISH was led by Jay Cutler with 25.02 points and Justin Tucker who scored 18.00. THE COMISH (3-2, 563.70 points) drops to seventh place and The CL All Stars (1-4, 470.08 points) remains mired in the cellar.
Smooth Moves by The CL All Stars
- With 24.60 points, Russell Wilson ranked 10th in the league in scoring this week and had the third-highest score of any player on The CL All Stars this season.
- With 16.60 points, Josh Gordon ranked 10th in the league in scoring among WRs this week.
- C.J. Spiller exceeded scoring projections by 37.4%, with 12.60 points against a projected 9.17.
- The CL All Stars won despite having only 3 of their 9 starters exceed their scoring projection.
- Scored 99.90 points from players in the starting lineup versus 7.00 points from players left on the bench for the team's highest starter/bench scoring ratio of the season and third-highest in the league this year.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by THE COMISH
- Left BenJarvus Green-Ellis on the bench, where he scored 12.70 points, exceeding his scoring projection by 122.0%, the highest percentage in the matchup.
- The Baltimore Ravens Defense, which THE COMISH picked up this week, scored below their 8.85-point projection with 7.00 points.
- THE COMISH had 7 of their 9 starters score less than their projected points.
- Andre Johnson had a season-low 5.40 points against a projected 13.74 and underachieved for the third time this season.
- In the midst of a season-low in scoring, DeAngelo Williams also did not meet his projected points (7.90 points scored versus 10.87 projected) for the third time this season.
- If The CL All Stars played THE COMISH every week, they would be 2-3 this season.
- Besides THE COMISH, The CL All Stars would have defeated four other teams this week.
- The CL All Stars would be 2-2 if they played the same schedule as THE COMISH.
- If The CL All Stars had played every team in the league each week, they would be 16-39.
- THE COMISH would have lost to six other teams besides The CL All Stars this week.
- Had they played each other last week, The CL All Stars would have lost to THE COMISH 125.68 - 100.32.
- If they played the same schedule as The CL All Stars, THE COMISH would be 1-3.
- If they played every team every week, THE COMISH would be 30-25.
- THE COMISH got their lowest combined scoring output from the WR position this season with only 21.60 points this week.
- The margin of victory for the matchup ended up being the smallest in the league this week at 1.08 points.
- The win by The CL All Stars snapped a four-game losing streak.
- THE COMISH had their lowest output of the season with 98.82 points.
- Although The CL All Stars won, it was no thanks to Brandon Marshall, who scored 11.00 points and has now scored below his projection in three straight weeks.
- With the win, The CL All Stars improves to 1-1 in close games this season.
- Justin Tucker scored 18.00 points, the second-highest K score in the league this season, but it was not enough to tip the scales in favor of THE COMISH.
- The CL All Stars won while scoring the fewest total points of any winning team in the league this week.
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