DawgTime Beats Lizardkings

Week 2

  • DawgTime
  • 1-0
  • Weekly Grade: B
  • 222.49
  • Lizardkings
  • 0-1
  • Weekly Grade: B
  • 188.73

DawgTime got 64.35 points from Ben Roethlisberger and 42.55 from Philip Rivers to take down Lizardkings 222.49 to 188.73. Lizardkings met their projections and scored 6.3% more points than projected (177.56). DawgTime put up 92.6% of a projected 240.34 points. For Lizardkings, Teddy Bridgewater and Sam Bradford played the roles of Maverick and Goose, scoring 37.75 and 35.10 points, respectively. This game tape won't be broken down at upcoming coaching clinics, as both sides missed scoring opportunities. DawgTime had one starter turn in zero points and Lizardkings had four. DawgTime (1-0) kicks off the season in fourth place while Lizardkings (0-1) opens in eighth place.

Top Players

    • Ben Roethlisberger
    • 64.35
    • Philip Rivers
    • 42.55
    • Teddy Bridgewater
    • 37.75
    • Sam Bradford
    • 35.10

Smooth Moves by DawgTime

  • We won't judge you if you want to bow to Ben Roethlisberger. He ranked fourth in the league in scoring with 64.35 points.
  • Matt Forte put the team on his back with 13.03 points, the 10th-highest score among RBs in the league this week.
  • Even with a zero from starter Darren Fells, DawgTime was still able to win.
  • Steve Smith Sr. overachieved by 68.4%, scoring 20.00 points against a projected 11.88.
  • DawgTime won despite having only 5 of their 15 starters exceed their scoring projection.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Now that Lizardkings got that embarrassing loss out of the way, let's work on our Toyota Hall of Fame potential.
  • Missed out on an opportunity by leaving the 36.47 points scored by Larry Fitzgerald on the bench this week. He outperformed his projected point total by 217.4%, the 10th-highest percentage in the league.
  • Lizardkings had 4 of their 15 starters score zero points.
  • Lizardkings had only 4 of their 15 starters underperform versus their projections, but they still lost.
  • With 35.10 points versus a projected 45.83, Sam Bradford scored only 76.6% of his projected point total.

What If

  • Besides Lizardkings, DawgTime would have defeated five other teams this week.
  • If DawgTime had scored 68.78 more points, they would have beaten all teams in the league this week.
  • Besides DawgTime, Lizardkings would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
  • If Lizardkings had scored 35.97 fewer points, they would have lost to all teams in the league this week.

Game Notes

  • DawgTime was not able to cover the 62.78-point spread in the win.
  • Two of the starters for DawgTime scored higher than the leading scorer for Lizardkings.
  • DawgTime didn't meet expectations in the victory, recording 92.6% of their projected 240.34, while Lizardkings performed better than expected, beating their 177.56-point projection by 6.3%.
  • Lizardkings scored 188.73 points, ranking them eighth in the league in scoring.
  • Antonio Brown was on the losing team, but still had the fourth-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 31.64 points.
  • The WR corps may be referred to as the diva position, but nobody on DawgTime will be making that comment this week as their 52.66 points were the second-highest output in the league at the WR position.
  • Jordan Matthews exceeded his projected point total by 46.6% in the loss, scoring 18.33 points against a projected 12.50.
  • Eddie Lacy did not contribute much to the win by DawgTime. He only scored 0.90 points of a projected 16.11.
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Fantasy MasterpiecesWeek 2

Barry Sanders Det - RB 1998 vs. Cincinnati 233 total yards, 3 TDs Terrell Davis Den - RB 1998 vs. Dallas 191 rushing yards, 3 TDs Week 2 of ’98 was special, as it featured two of the greatest running backs of all-time in vintage form.

And in a way, it was a swan song for both players. Sanders would score just one more time over the remaining 14 weeks of the ’98 season, opting to take early retirement at the end of the campaign.

As for Davis, his ’98 season continued on in epic fashion, as he would finish with 2,008 rushing yards and 23 touchdowns. But an ACL injury early in the ’99 season proved to be a death knell for Davis’ short, but sweet, career, as he played just 17 games combined from ’99 to ’01 (scoring 4 touchdowns in that span) before deciding to hang up his cleats.
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