Powered by Automated Insights Arsenal Tops Lights Out, Puts Them in Third Place
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Arsenal (5-2, 684.38 points) got the win over Lights Out (5-2, 714.18 points) 88.78 - 76.92, led by Matthew Stafford with 26.28 points. Arsenal was the first to put points on the board and by Sunday was already in front 6.00 - 0. That lead faded away by the end of the early Sunday games and they trailed 58.72 - 54.68. Thanks to 10.10 points from Julius Thomas, Sunday night ended with Arsenal on top.
Smooth Moves by Arsenal
- Matthew Stafford ranked seventh in the league in scoring and had the highest output of any player on Arsenal this season with 26.28 points.
- Julius Thomas had the fifth-highest TE score in the league this week with 10.10 points.
- Justin Tucker exceeded scoring projections by 20.3%, with 11.00 points against a projected 9.14.
- Arsenal was still able to pull out a win with only 3 of their 9 starters exceeding their projected points.
- Arsenal got the win, overcoming both of their RBs underperforming versus their projections.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Lights Out
- Left the San Francisco 49ers Defense on the bench, where they scored 14.00 points and beat their projected point total by 104.9%, the eighth-highest percentage in the league this week.
- Did not start Tyler Eifert, who scored 10.50 points, surpassing his projected points by 124.1%, the fifth-highest percentage in the league.
- Lost to Arsenal, which had their lowest-scoring week of the season.
- Antonio Gates has now failed to reach his projection for three straight games. This week he scored 3.10 points versus a projected 9.92.
- It was a beating at QB for Lights Out, as they were outscored 26.28 - 0.12 by Arsenal.
- If Arsenal played Lights Out every week, they would be 4-3 this season.
- Arsenal would have beaten six other teams besides Lights Out this week.
- Had they played each other last week, Arsenal would have defeated Lights Out 97.52 - 84.10.
- Arsenal would be 6-0 if they played the same schedule as Lights Out.
- Arsenal would be 41-22 if they played every team every week.
- Besides Arsenal, Lights Out would have been defeated by four other teams this week.
- Lights Out would be 4-2 if they played the same schedule as Arsenal.
- Lights Out would be 42-21 if they played every team every week.
- Doug Martin had a season-low 5.40 points against a projected 13.58 in the win and has now scored below his projection in six straight games.
- Lights Out saw their five-game win streak come to an end.
- The WRs on Lights Out collectively had their best week of the season with 49.80 points.
- The 11.86-point margin of victory was the smallest in the league this week.
- It was a season-low point total for Lights Out.
- Reggie Wayne scored 5.00 points against a projected 10.40 in the win, and has now scored below his projection in three straight games.
- Lights Out had their largest margin of defeat this season.
- Arsenal is leveraging their draft well. This week they got 79.6% of their points from players they drafted.
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Recaps impacted by a stat correction will be updated by Saturday.