Powered by Automated Insights All Blaq Everything Gets Win Against Dirty South, Claims Second Place
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- Dirty South
All Blaq Everything beat Dirty South, who struggled to put points on the board this week, 125.18 - 91.20. While each team failed to hit their projections, All Blaq Everything scored 90.1% of a projected 139.01 points to get the win. Dirty South suffered a significant drop in scoring from last week's 168.86 - 123.76 win against #iamthedanger. All Blaq Everything (5-1, 832.34 points) climbs into second place while Dirty South (2-4, 696.02 points) sinks into eighth place.
Smooth Moves by All Blaq Everything
- DeSean Jackson had the sixth-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 24.40 points.
- With 17.10 points, Matt Forte ranked 10th in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.
- Colin Kaepernick overachieved by 21.7%, scoring 21.88 points against a projected 17.98.
- With only 3 of their 9 starters beating their projected points, All Blaq Everything was still able to win.
- All Blaq Everything got the win, overcoming both of their RBs underperforming versus their projections.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Dirty South
- Did not start Jay Cutler, who led the team in scoring with 24.48 points.
- Dirty South had 7 starters fail to reach their projections.
- The 13.10 points scored by Doug Martin fell short of his 18.41-point projection, the fifth straight game where that has happened.
- It was a season-low 2.20 points for Torrey Smith this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 12.8% of a projected point total of 17.13.
- James Jones could not reach his projected point total, scoring only 15.3% of his 13.09-point projection with 2.00 points.
- If All Blaq Everything played Dirty South every week, they would be 5-1 this season.
- All Blaq Everything would have beaten four other teams besides Dirty South this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Dirty South, All Blaq Everything would be 2-3.
- If All Blaq Everything had played every team in the league each week, they would be 30-24.
- Dirty South would have lost to every other team in the league this week.
- All Blaq Everything would have lost to Dirty South 168.86 - 104.42 had they played each other last week.
- Dirty South would be 4-1 if they played the same schedule as All Blaq Everything.
- If they played every team every week, Dirty South would be 15-39.
- All Blaq Everything has now scored below their projected points for the last four weeks.
- Dirty South was last in the league in scoring for the first time this season.
- All Blaq Everything was able to cover the 6.75-point spread in the win.
- The WRs on All Blaq Everything collectively had their worst week of the season with only 40.70 points.
- In the loss, the San Francisco 49ers Defense scored 12.00 points against a projected 8.26 and has now overachieved in three straight games.
- DeMarco Murray scored 13.00 points against a projected 18.70 in the win, and has now scored below his projection in three straight games.
- All Blaq Everything underachieved in the win, improving to 3-1 when failing to reach their projected points this season, while Dirty South falls to 1-3 when scoring below their projected points.
- All Blaq Everything won without much help from Calvin Johnson, who had season-lows in both points scored and in scoring only 33.0% of his projected point total.
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