Powered by Automated Insights Raider Nation Slaps Flying Tigers, Rises to Fifth Place
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Raider Nation smashed Flying Tigers 108.64 - 73.16 while also putting up the highest score they've earned all season. It was an epic beating, and the 35.48-point margin of victory is the third-highest in the league this season. Flying Tigers was led by Aaron Rodgers with 15.76 points and Eric Decker who scored 12.70. Raider Nation (3-2, 462.94 points) climbs into fifth place while Flying Tigers (2-3, 443.16 points) sinks into ninth place.
Smooth Moves by Raider Nation
- The 21.44 points scored by Philip Rivers ranked 10th in the league in scoring this week and fifth for any player on Raider Nation this season.
- Took Jared Cook out of the starting lineup, who scored 2.60 points on the bench, fewer than the starting TE.
- Justin Blackmon scored 19.60 points, the fourth-highest WR score in the league this week.
- The 14.20 points scored by Hakeem Nicks was the ninth-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
- Raider Nation had 5 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Flying Tigers
- Did not start BenJarvus Green-Ellis, who scored 12.70 points and beat his projected point total by a team-leading 127.3%.
- Picked up and started Coby Fleener, who scored a league-worst 24.1% of his projected point total for 1.50 points, the worst of the matchup.
- Flying Tigers had 7 of their 9 starters score less than their projected points.
- The 6.10 points scored by A.J. Green fell short of his 12.15-point projection, the fourth straight game where that has happened.
- Flying Tigers got beat 15.00 - 7.00 by Raider Nation at the DEF position.
- Raider Nation would be 4-1 if they played Flying Tigers every week.
- Raider Nation would have beaten five other teams besides Flying Tigers this week.
- Raider Nation would have defeated Flying Tigers 83.08 - 76.92 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as Flying Tigers, Raider Nation would be 1-3.
- If Raider Nation had played every team in the league each week, they would be 18-27.
- Besides Raider Nation, Flying Tigers would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Raider Nation, Flying Tigers would be 3-1.
- Flying Tigers would be 18-27 if they played every team every week.
- All three of the losses for Flying Tigers this season have come when their opponent had their highest-scoring week of the season.
- This is the fourth game in a row where Flying Tigers has failed to reach their projected points.
- The margin of victory was the third-largest in the league this season.
- Flying Tigers lost by the biggest margin of the week for the third time this season.
- With 108.64 points, Raider Nation had their highest score so far this season.
- Flying Tigers had 73.16 points, their season-low.
- The 21.20 total points by the RBs on Raider Nation was their smallest RB output this season.
- Raider Nation beat Flying Tigers at the top, with two of their starters outscoring the leading point-getter for Flying Tigers.
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