Powered by Automated Insights The G.O.A.T Beats Head Hunters, Moves to Fourth Place
- The G.O.A.T
- Head Hunters
DeSean Jackson got 34.00 points and Mike James scored 29.68 as The G.O.A.T beat Head Hunters, 171.50 - 154.24. Each team hit their projections but The G.O.A.T put up 26.8% more than a projected 135.24 points to get the win. Chris Johnson led Head Hunters with 37.00 points while Philip Rivers brought in 30.04. Adding insult to injury, Head Hunters had a starter score zero points (Arian Foster). The G.O.A.T (5-4, 1,363.24 points) climbs into fourth place and Head Hunters (3-6, 1,397.76 points) sinks into eighth place.
Smooth Moves by The G.O.A.T
- DeSean Jackson ranked sixth in the league in scoring among WRs this week with 34.00 points.
- Mike James had the seventh-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 29.68 points.
- With 29.20 points, Jason Witten had the third-highest score of any TE in the league this week.
- Emmanuel Sanders exceeded scoring projections by 67.9%, with 15.80 points against a projected 9.41.
- The G.O.A.T was still able to pull out a win with only 5 of their 10 starters exceeding their projected points.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Head Hunters
- Picked up and started the Indianapolis Colts Defense, which then scored below their 8.80-point projection with 1.00 point.
- The TE position was a letdown for Head Hunters, where they were outscored 29.20 - 9.50 by The G.O.A.T.
- 6 of the starters on Head Hunters scored less than their projected points.
- Arian Foster failed to score this week with 0 points against a projected 12.05.
- The 5.30 points scored by Terrance Williams was just 35.0% of his 15.14-point projection.
- If The G.O.A.T played Head Hunters every week, they would be 4-5 this season.
- Besides Head Hunters, The G.O.A.T would have defeated six other teams this week.
- The G.O.A.T would be 3-5 if they played the same schedule as Head Hunters.
- The G.O.A.T would be 43-38 if they played every team every week.
- Besides The G.O.A.T, Head Hunters would have been defeated by four other teams this week.
- The G.O.A.T would have lost to Head Hunters 160.36 - 159.30 had they played each other last week.
- Head Hunters would be 4-4 if they played the same schedule as The G.O.A.T.
- If they played every team every week, Head Hunters would be 43-38.
- Luck has not been with Head Hunters, as four of their six losses have come when their opponent scores higher than their season average.
- Although Head Hunters lost, they did put up the seventh-highest score for a losing team in the league this season.
- Head Hunters scored 154.24 points against a projected 143.86 and beat their scoring projection for the seventh time this season, including the last six weeks in a row.
- With a combined 51.08 points from their RBs, The G.O.A.T got their highest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
- The margin of victory of 17.26 points was the smallest in the league this week.
- In the loss, Chris Johnson scored 37.00 points, the second-highest RB score in the league this season.
- The draft continues to pay off for The G.O.A.T, which got 73.4% of their points from players they drafted.
- The G.O.A.T overachieved in the win, improving to 5-1 when beating their projected points this season, while Head Hunters falls to 3-4 when scoring above their projected points.
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