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    Holy Heisenberg Wins Against Lights Out, Grabs Fifth Place

    Week 13

    • Holy Heisenberg
    • 7-6
    • Weekly Grade: A+
    • 166.87
    • Lights Out
    • 9-4
    • Weekly Grade: B
    • 120.33

    Holy Heisenberg clinches a spot in the playoffs after taking down Lights Out again, this time by a final score of 166.87 to 120.33. Did Lights Out do something to their opponent outside of the league to deserve this? Holy Heisenberg must have some personal vendetta, scoring an average of 136.49 points in the series. This week, DeAndre Hopkins was the team leader, putting up 44.80 points. That's a huge upgrade over Dan Bailey, who led all players with 19.00 points the last time these teams met. This is the highest margin for Holy Heisenberg in two head-to-head matchups. They beat Lights Out 106.10 to 92.17 in Week 2.

    Top Players

      • DeAndre Hopkins
      • 44.80
      • Drew Brees
      • 38.57
      • Le'Veon Bell
      • 36.40
      • Coby Fleener
      • 26.70

    Smooth Moves by Holy Heisenberg

    • The GM of Holy Heisenberg will be talking about this one for years. DeAndre Hopkins played like a superhero, posting the most points of the year for Holy Heisenberg with 44.80.
    • Coby Fleener had 26.70 points, the highest TE score of the week and the fourth-highest TE score in the league this season.
    • Drew Brees ranked third in the league in scoring with 38.57 points, his highest output of the season.
    • The 21.20 points scored by Kendall Wright was the seventh-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
    • Those were the projections? We thought that was the starting point. 6 of the 9 starters on Holy Heisenberg exceeded their projected points.

    Toyota Roster Tune-up

    • Not reading the expert articles from the Hall Of Fame. And if they did, maybe they should pay better attention when they read.
    • Left Kenny Stills on the bench, where he scored 27.20 points and beat his projected point total by 230.9%, the second-highest percentage in the league this week.
    • The WR corps couldn't keep pace with their counterparts from Holy Heisenberg and were outscored 78.80 - 32.90.
    • The 3.20 points scored by Shane Vereen fell short of his 8.17-point projection, the third straight game where that has happened.
    • Lights Out could have used more points from the TE position, where Holy Heisenberg beat them 26.70 - 3.60.

    What If

    • If Holy Heisenberg played Lights Out every week, they would be 5-8 this season.
    • Holy Heisenberg would have been undefeated if they played every team in the league this week.
    • Holy Heisenberg would be 5-6 if they played the same schedule as Lights Out.
    • If Holy Heisenberg had played every team in the league each week, they would be 70-73.
    • In addition to Holy Heisenberg, Lights Out would have lost to just two other teams this week.
    • And they say procrastination doesn't pay off! Had they played each other last week, Holy Heisenberg would have lost to Lights Out 98.43 - 83.80.
    • Lights Out would be 6-5 if they played the same schedule as Holy Heisenberg.
    • Lights Out would be 92-51 if they played every team every week.

    Game Notes

    • Three of the seven wins for Holy Heisenberg this season have come despite their opponent scoring higher than their season average.
    • All four of the losses for Lights Out this season have come when their opponent had their highest-scoring week of the season.
    • Holy Heisenberg had a league-high for the week with 166.87 points, which is the second-highest score in the league this season.
    • Don't you hate that person that always has to one-up everybody? Lights Out scored 120.33 points and lost. It is the fourth-highest losing score in the league this season.
    • With a combined 78.80 points from the WR position, Holy Heisenberg got the highest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this season.
    • Despite being on the winning team, Andre Ellington had a season-low 1.20 points against a projected 11.93 and has now underachieved in four straight games.
    • Dan Bailey had a season-low 4.00 points against a projected 9.19 in the win and has now scored below his projection in six straight games.
    • Lights Out saw their four-game win streak come to an end.
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