Powered by Automated Insights BradyBunches of Oats Gets Victory over Call Me Brady to Move into Seventh Place
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BradyBunches of Oats logged the highest point total they've scored this season to take down Call Me Brady 108.30 - 91.92. BradyBunches of Oats beat their projections and put up 16.8% more points than projected (92.75). Call Me Brady scored 91.3% of a projected 100.64 points. Call Me Brady had two players rank highly this week. Dez Bryant scored 27.10 points while DeSean Jackson put up 22.70. Both teams left points off the scoreboard as BradyBunches of Oats had one starter turn in zero points and Call Me Brady also had one. BradyBunches of Oats (3-2, 488.38 points) climbs into seventh place while Call Me Brady (2-3, 610.76 points) drops to eighth place.
Smooth Moves by BradyBunches of Oats
- Russell Wilson scored 22.60 points, the fourth-highest QB score in the league this week.
- The 18.70 points scored by Hakeem Nicks was the eighth-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
- With 18.50 points, Jimmy Graham had the third-highest score of any TE in the league this week.
- The 16.00 points scored by Chris Johnson was the eighth-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
- The 10.00 points scored by Phil Dawson were a season-high.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Call Me Brady
- Left T.Y. Hilton on the bench, where he scored the fifth-most points in the league and beat his projected point total by 193.2%, the sixth-highest percentage in the league.
- BradyBunches of Oats had a better day at the QB position, topping Call Me Brady 22.60 - 6.82.
- Call Me Brady was dominated at the TE position, scoring 5.10 points versus the 18.50 for BradyBunches of Oats.
- Cam Newton had two season-lows this week. He scored a season-low 6.82 points and recorded only 40.7% of his 16.76-point projection.
- It was a season-low 5.10 points for Jordan Cameron this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 44.6% of a projected point total of 11.43.
- BradyBunches of Oats would be 1-4 if they played Call Me Brady every week.
- Besides Call Me Brady, BradyBunches of Oats would have defeated seven other teams this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Call Me Brady, BradyBunches of Oats would be 1-3.
- BradyBunches of Oats would be 22-33 if they played every team every week.
- Besides BradyBunches of Oats, Call Me Brady would have been defeated by seven other teams this week.
- BradyBunches of Oats would have lost to Call Me Brady 115.36 - 65.92 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as BradyBunches of Oats, Call Me Brady would be 3-1.
- Call Me Brady would be 35-20 if they played every team every week.
- Even though Call Me Brady lost, they had two players score higher than the leading scorer for BradyBunches of Oats.
- Call Me Brady had 91.92 points, their season-low.
- The RBs on BradyBunches of Oats collectively had their best week of the season with 36.50 points.
- The 5.90 total points by the RBs on Call Me Brady was their smallest RB output this season.
- BradyBunches of Oats had their highest score of the season with 108.30 points.
- BradyBunches of Oats outdid their projection in the win, while Call Me Brady came in under their point expectation. BradyBunches of Oats is now 1-0 when overachieving, while Call Me Brady falls to 0-1 when failing to reach their projection.
- In the loss, Dez Bryant ranked sixth in the league in scoring with a season-high 27.10 points.
- DeSean Jackson did his best in the loss, ranking fifth among all WRs in the league with 22.70 points.
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