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One To Rule Them All Brings Down Lights Out to Grab First Place

Week 6

  • One To Rule Them All
  • 5-1
  • Weekly Grade: A
  • 137.13
  • Lights Out
  • 4-2
  • Weekly Grade: A
  • 122.1

One To Rule Them All (5-1, 684.59 points) must have an incredible vertical, jumping over Lights Out (4-2, 674.26 points) and landing in the top spot in the league after beating them 137.13 to 122.10. They also registered the second-highest point total in the league this week. While both sides delivered a great effort, One To Rule Them All scored 21.3% more points than projected (113.05) to pick up the win. Lights Out was led by the tag team of Jay Cutler, with 23.80 points, and Demaryius Thomas, who scored 20.40.

Top Players

    • Andrew Luck
    • 30.13
    • Jay Cutler
    • 23.80
    • Giovani Bernard
    • 23.70
    • Demaryius Thomas
    • 20.40

Smooth Moves by One To Rule Them All

  • If this was college, Andrew Luck would expect to get a sleeve of helmet stickers. He ranked eighth in the league in scoring this week with 30.13 points. It was also the fourth-highest score of any player on One To Rule Them All this season.
  • Sat C.J. Spiller, who scored -0.10 points, fewer than any RB in the starting lineup.
  • A person is known by the company he keeps. In this case, One To Rule Them All is looking pretty darn good because they had 8 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.
  • With 23.70 points, Giovani Bernard ranked third in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.
  • The 17.40 points scored by LeSean McCoy was the seventh-highest score of any RB in the league this week.

Toyota Missed Opportunities

  • Lights Out should have scored more than 137.13 in order to win. That's Hall Of Fame level insight. 
  • Lights Out lost despite having only 2 of their 9 starters score less than their projected points.
  • Gotta hit rock button before you can start to rise. It was a season-low 4.40 points for Golden Tate this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 42.6% of a projected point total of 10.32.
  • Le'Veon Bell had a season-low 10.50 points against a projected 14.61 and has now underachieved in three straight games.

What If

  • One To Rule Them All would be 4-2 if they played Lights Out every week.
  • Besides Lights Out, One To Rule Them All would have defeated nine other teams this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Lights Out, One To Rule Them All would be 4-1.
  • If One To Rule Them All had played every team in the league each week, they would be 47-19.
  • In addition to One To Rule Them All, 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, One To Rule Them All would have lost to Lights Out 146.83 - 91.00.
  • Lights Out would be 5-0 if they played the same schedule as One To Rule Them All.
  • Lights Out would be 43-23 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • Lights Out scored 122.10 points and lost. It is the highest losing score in the league this season.
  • One To Rule Them All had their highest score of the season and the fifth-highest in the league this season with 137.13 points.
  • The 15.03-point margin of victory was the smallest in the league this week.
  • Speed, strength, agility, vision, and intelligence. It was all on display this week when the RBs on One To Rule Them All collectively had their best week of the season with 54.20 points.
  • The loss snapped a three-game win streak by Lights Out.
  • In the loss, the Houston Texans Defense scored 12.00 points against a projected 6.27 and has now overachieved in three straight games.
  • It was the biggest loss of the season for Lights Out.
  • Both teams topped their projections, but Lights Out performed better versus expectations than One To Rule Them All and still lost.
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