Powered by Automated Insights Warriors Comes Back to Beat Go Cowboys 1 to Grab Fourth Place
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Warriors got 28.40 points from Knowshon Moreno and 19.80 from Arian Foster to defeat Go Cowboys 1 100.10 - 79.12. Warriors came into the Monday night game facing a 0.82-point deficit, but scored 21.80 for the comeback. Go Cowboys 1 can't find any answers and is on a four-game losing streak. Go Cowboys 1 put in a solid effort with an improvement in scoring compared to last week's 63.32 - 55.98 loss against Blumpkin Bunch. Warriors started one player with zero points while Go Cowboys 1 also served up one goose egg, meaning both teams left points off the scoreboard. Warriors (3-3, 590.90 points) climbs into fourth place and Go Cowboys 1 (2-4, 568.48 points) sinks into ninth place.
Smooth Moves by Warriors
- Knowshon Moreno had the best RB score of the week and the third-highest RB score in the league this season with 28.40 points.
- With 13.00 points, Adam Vinatieri, who Warriors picked up this week, beat his 9.42-point projection by 38.0%.
- The 19.80 points scored by Arian Foster was the fifth-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
- Warriors won even with Cecil Shorts III in the starting lineup, who didn't score any points.
- Josh Gordon exceeded scoring projections by 27.2%, with 12.60 points against a projected 9.91.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Go Cowboys 1
- Go Cowboys 1 picked up Willis McGahee, who then fell short of his 7.91-point projection by scoring 3.90 points.
- It was a bad week at RB for Go Cowboys 1, who was outscored at the position 48.20 - 14.00 by Warriors.
- With 3.00 points against a projected 6.66, Josh Brown did not meet his projection for the fourth straight game.
- Warriors won the K position battle, beating Go Cowboys 1 13.00 - 3.00.
- Calvin Johnson scored a season-low 2.50 points, 23.1% of his projected 10.81, which is his lowest percentage of the year.
- Warriors would be 3-3 if they played Go Cowboys 1 every week.
- Besides Go Cowboys 1, Warriors would have defeated five other teams this week.
- Had they played each other last week, Warriors would have defeated Go Cowboys 1 132.44 - 55.98.
- If they played the same schedule as Go Cowboys 1, Warriors would be 2-3.
- If Warriors had played every team in the league each week, they would be 25-29.
- Go Cowboys 1 would have lost to seven other teams besides Warriors this week.
- Go Cowboys 1 would be 2-3 if they played the same schedule as Warriors.
- Go Cowboys 1 would be 22-32 if they played every team every week.
- Of the losses Go Cowboys 1 has had, three were against opponents who topped their season scoring average that week.
- The loss is the fourth straight for Go Cowboys 1 and extends the longest current losing streak in the league.
- Warriors got a combined 48.20 points from their RBs, their highest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
- Warriors improves to 1-2 in comeback games this season.
- The margin of victory was the second-largest in the league this week.
- Go Cowboys 1 scored 79.12 points, ranking them ninth in the league in scoring.
- Matthew Stafford performed well in the loss, ranking eighth in the league in scoring with a season-high 25.52 points.
- Go Cowboys 1 could not close out the win even with the help of Jordy Nelson, who scored 17.30 points, the fifth-highest score among all WRs in the league for the week.
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