Powered by Automated Insights The Giants Lays Waste to Operation Patience to Grab 10th Place
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- Operation Patience
The Giants got 29.00 points from Eric Decker and 20.30 from Russell Wilson to thrash Operation Patience, 123.10 - 64.62. Operation Patience is headed for a lost season and is winless. Operation Patience, coming off a 145.80 - 128.28 loss against McRib's Arteries, saw their scoring drop off this week. Adding insult to injury, Operation Patience got zero points from James Jones. The Giants (1-6, 792.54 points) inches up to 10th place and Operation Patience (0-7, 775.80 points) sinks into the cellar.
Smooth Moves by The Giants
- Eric Decker brought in 29.00 points, which was good enough to rank fifth in the league in scoring this week and second-best of any player on The Giants this season.
- Made a good move in sitting Ronnie Hillman this week. He brought in 1.60 points, the fewest of any RB on the team.
- Took Alex Smith out of the starting lineup, who scored 18.00 points on the bench, fewer than the starting QB.
- Brian Hartline overachieved by 27.1%, scoring 12.90 points against a projected 10.15.
- Even with only 4 of the 10 starters scoring more than their projection, The Giants was still able to win.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Operation Patience
- Left Roy Helu Jr. on the bench, where he scored 23.60 points and beat his projected point total by 245.0%, the third-highest percentage in the league this week.
- Should have started Heath Miller, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting TE with 7.70 against a projected 11.44.
- The Giants had a better day at the QB position, topping Operation Patience 20.30 - 0.12.
- It was a season-low 1.00 point for Blair Walsh this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 11.3% of a projected point total of 8.82.
- Operation Patience had 7 of their 10 starters score less than their projected points.
- The Giants would be 3-4 if they played Operation Patience every week.
- Besides Operation Patience, The Giants would have defeated six other teams this week.
- The Giants would be 2-4 if they played the same schedule as Operation Patience.
- The Giants would be 20-57 if they played every team every week.
- Operation Patience would have been beaten by every other team in the league this week.
- Had they played each other last week, The Giants would have lost to Operation Patience 128.28 - 89.82.
- If they played the same schedule as The Giants, Operation Patience would be 2-4.
- Operation Patience would be 25-52 if they played every team every week.
- Luck has not been with Operation Patience, as four of their seven losses have come when their opponent scores higher than their season average.
- With 64.62 points, Operation Patience scored the fewest points in the league this week and had the lowest score of any team this season.
- The margin of victory was the third-largest in the league this season.
- The win by The Giants snapped a six-game losing streak.
- Two of the starters for The Giants scored higher than the leading scorer for Operation Patience.
- The Giants won in a blowout. They are now 1-1 in blowouts matchups this season.
- With 60.00 points, The Giants got the highest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this week.
- Operation Patience had their worst loss of the season, losing by 58.48 points.
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