Powered by Automated Insights Mase's Giants Picks Up Victory over All Blaq Everything, Series Tied at One Game Apiece
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Mase's Giants got two huge individual performances this week from Eddie Lacy with 29.80 points and Brandon Marshall with 29.70, as they beat All Blaq Everything, 139.90 - 118.30. With the win, Mase's Giants secures a playoff spot. These two teams are tied for sixth place with 7-5 records, but All Blaq Everything has a clear lead in points, 1,652.68 - 1,565.26. The win was an answer to a 122.60 - 80.76 pasting by All Blaq Everything in Week 3.
Smooth Moves by Mase's Giants
- The 29.80 points scored by Eddie Lacy ranked seventh in the league in scoring. It was also his highest output of the season.
- Brandon Marshall beat his scoring projection by a season-high 89.8% to rank eighth in the league in scoring.
- Mase's Giants saw the majority of their starters (5 of 9) beat their projected point total.
- With 7.00 points, the New York Giants Defense beat their 3.19 projected point total by a team-leading 119.4%.
- Michael Floyd overachieved by 56.3%, scoring 19.40 points against a projected 12.41.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by All Blaq Everything
- The Chicago Bears Defense was last in the matchup in scoring with a season-low -2.00 points.
- The 2.70 points scored by Victor Cruz was a season-low for both scoring and for his performance against projections. He reached only 13.9% of his 19.38 projected points this week.
- 6 of the 9 starters scored less than their projected points.
- All of the WRs on All Blaq Everything failed to reach their point projections.
- This week's starter/bench scoring ratio was the worst of the season for All Blaq Everything. Their starters put up 118.30 points, while their bench had 66.42 total points.
- Mase's Giants would be 5-7 if they played All Blaq Everything every week.
- Mase's Giants would have beaten six other teams besides All Blaq Everything this week.
- Mase's Giants would be 6-4 if they played the same schedule as All Blaq Everything.
- If Mase's Giants had played every team in the league each week, they would be 61-47.
- Besides Mase's Giants, All Blaq Everything would have been defeated by four other teams this week.
- Mase's Giants would have lost to All Blaq Everything 152.08 - 111.22 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as Mase's Giants, All Blaq Everything would be 7-3.
- All Blaq Everything would be 66-42 if they played every team every week.
- All Blaq Everything has lost five times and four of them have come to teams who beat their scoring average in that matchup.
- All Blaq Everything got a combined 35.10 points from their WRs, their lowest combined scoring output from the WR position this season.
- Mase's Giants had two starters score more points than the highest-scoring starter for All Blaq Everything.
- David Akers scored 3.00 points against a projected 8.65 in the win, and has now scored below his projection in five straight games.
- The draft continues to pay off for Mase's Giants, which got 92.9% of their points from players they drafted.
- Mase's Giants outdid their projection in the win, while All Blaq Everything came in under their point expectation. Mase's Giants is now 5-2 when overachieving, while All Blaq Everything falls to 3-3 when failing to reach their projection.
- Colin Kaepernick performed well in the loss, ranking ninth in the league in scoring with 29.40 points.
- Calvin Johnson did his best in the loss, ranking 10th among all WRs in the league with 20.50 points.
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