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hobart heavy hitters overcame a 13-point projected spread, trashing criminals, 108 - 68 for the upset. They got a team-leading 23 points from the Baltimore Ravens Defense and 19 from Mike Wallace. With the win, hobart heavy hitters clinches a spot in the playoffs. While criminals (5-7) is only a game-and-a-half back of hobart heavy hitters (6-5-1), they're quite a bit farther behind in points, 1,181 - 1,058. The beating was an answer to a 77 - 59 loss to criminals in Week 3.
Smooth Moves by hobart heavy hitters
- With 23 points, the Baltimore Ravens Defense had the 10th-highest score in the league this week.
- Took Greg Olsen out of the starting lineup, who scored 9 points on the bench, fewer than the starting TE.
- Benched the Denver Broncos Defense, which had the lowest DEF score on the team with 20 points.
- Took Robert Griffin III out of the starting lineup, who scored 1 point on the bench, fewer than the starting QB.
- Mike Wallace had the third-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 19 points.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by criminals
- Case Keenum, who criminals picked up this week, scored below his 21.21-point projection with 4 points.
- Picked up Victor Cruz, who was last in the matchup in points scored with -1.
- criminals had 7 of their 9 starters score less than their projected points.
- The 3 points scored by Wes Welker fell short of his 12.09-point projection, the third straight game where that has happened.
- criminals would have welcomed more points at WR, where hobart heavy hitters topped them 29 - 3.
- hobart heavy hitters would be 8-4 if they played criminals every week.
- Besides criminals, hobart heavy hitters would have defeated six other teams this week.
- hobart heavy hitters would be 4-6 if they played the same schedule as criminals.
- If hobart heavy hitters had played every team in the league each week, they would be 57-50-1.
- criminals would have been beaten by every other team in the league this week.
- hobart heavy hitters would have lost to criminals 98 - 79 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as hobart heavy hitters, criminals would be 2-7-1.
- If they played every team every week, criminals would be 42-63-3.
- Three of the seven losses for criminals this season have come when their opponent scores higher than their season average.
- criminals underachieved for the eighth time this season, including the last three weeks in a row, scoring 68 points against a projected 113.61 this week.
- It was the 10th-biggest margin of victory in the league this season at 40 points.
- This was the second time this season that criminals lost by the biggest margin of the week.
- criminals had the league's lowest score of the week for the second time this season.
- In the loss, the San Francisco 49ers Defense ranked 10th in the league in scoring with 23 points against a projected 12.44 and has now overachieved in three straight games.
- criminals got a combined 3 points from their WRs, their lowest combined scoring output from the WR position this season.
- Although hobart heavy hitters won, it was no thanks to Trent Richardson, who scored 2 points and has now scored below his projection in eight straight weeks.
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