Powered by Automated Insights Call Me Brady Beats Logan's Ryan, Claims Fourth Place
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Call Me Brady (4-3, 824.50 points) managed to get past Logan's Ryan, 87.76 - 82.80, in spite of earning just the 10th-highest point total in the league this week. Call Me Brady averages 117.79 points per matchup on the season, and won with just 74.5% of that. It was a rough outing for Logan's Ryan, who fell to 1-6 (643.66 points) while also ending up 11th in points. Jordan Cameron and Dez Bryant shared the top score on Call Me Brady this week with 15.00 points.
Smooth Moves by Call Me Brady
- Call Me Brady was still able to pull out a win with only 2 of their 9 starters exceeding their projected points.
- With 15.00 points, Jordan Cameron had the third-highest score of any TE in the league this week.
- With 15.00 points, Dez Bryant ranked 10th in the league in scoring among WRs this week.
- Call Me Brady got the win, overcoming both of their RBs underperforming versus their projections.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Logan's Ryan
- Did not start Chris Ivory, who scored 10.70 points, surpassing his projected points by 122.0%, the sixth-highest percentage in the league.
- Lost the matchup even though Call Me Brady had their lowest-scoring week of the season.
- Chris Givens scored 2.90 points against a projected 8.65 and has now underachieved in five straight games.
- It was not a good week for Logan's Ryan at TE, where they were beaten 15.00 - 5.30.
- Arian Foster had two season-lows this week. He scored a season-low 1.10 points and recorded only 7.4% of his 14.96-point projection.
- Call Me Brady would be 6-1 if they played Logan's Ryan every week.
- Call Me Brady would have beaten only one other team besides Logan's Ryan this week.
- Call Me Brady would have defeated Logan's Ryan 125.98 - 101.60 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as Logan's Ryan, Call Me Brady would be 3-3.
- If Call Me Brady had played every team in the league each week, they would be 47-30.
- Logan's Ryan would have lost to nine other teams besides Call Me Brady this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Call Me Brady, Logan's Ryan would be 0-6.
- If they played every team every week, Logan's Ryan would be 17-60.
- Even though Logan's Ryan lost, they had two players score higher than the leading scorer for Call Me Brady.
- Logan's Ryan has lost five straight games, the longest current losing streak in the league.
- Call Me Brady did not cover the 27.77-point spread, winning by 4.96 points.
- The 29.60 points by the WRs on Logan's Ryan was the season-high for combined points from the position.
- Victor Cruz did little to help Call Me Brady, underperforming versus projections for the third straight game with 7.50 points against a projected 15.11.
- Call Me Brady won even though Logan's Ryan performed better against their scoring projection. Logan's Ryan scored 89.3% of their 92.74 projected points, while Call Me Brady recorded 72.8% of their 120.51-point projection.
- Call Me Brady got 100.0% of their points from players they drafted.
- Logan's Ryan is in last place in the standings, the third week that they have found themselves there this season.
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Recaps impacted by a stat correction will be updated by Saturday.