Powered by Automated Insights MAD MEN Brings Down Primetime
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MAD MEN got a pair of top-10 player performances this week from Aaron Rodgers with 39.95 points and Demaryius Thomas with 36.60, as they took down Primetime, 169.35 - 140.70. Each team met their expectations but MAD MEN scored 26.1% more than a projected 134.32 points to get the win. Colin Kaepernick racked up the third-highest score this week with 46.80 points for Primetime. MAD MEN starts off the season with a 1-0 record, good enough for third place. Primetime begins at 0-1 and in eighth place.
Smooth Moves by MAD MEN
- Aaron Rodgers put up 39.95 points, which was the fourth-highest score in the league this week.
- Demaryius Thomas beat his scoring projection by a matchup-leading 146.1% and scored the ninth-most points in the league with 36.60.
- MAD MEN had most of their starters beat their scoring projection (6 out of 11).
- With 20.60 points versus a projected 11.62, Reggie Wayne exceeded his scoring projection by 77.3%.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Primetime
- Did not start Martellus Bennett, who scored 12.40 points and beat his projected point total by a team-leading 92.2%.
- Of the 11 starters on Primetime, 6 underperformed versus their projections.
- With 6.20 points versus a projected 13.91, Marshawn Lynch scored only 44.6% of his projected point total.
- MAD MEN would have beaten four other teams besides Primetime this week.
- If MAD MEN had scored 30.26 more points, they would have beaten all teams in the league this week.
- Besides MAD MEN, Primetime would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
- If Primetime had scored 19.21 fewer points, they would have lost to all teams in the league this week.
- With a margin of victory of 28.65 points, MAD MEN had the second-highest margin in the league this week.
- Primetime ranked eighth in the league in scoring this week.
- Colin Kaepernick did what he could in the loss for Primetime. He scored 46.80 points, the third-highest score in the league this week.
- Even in the loss, the 17.10 points scored by Ray Rice was the seventh-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
- MAD MEN got 71.40 points from their WRs, the second-highest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this week.
- Primetime got 43.80 points from their RBs, the second-highest combined scoring output from the RB position for any team this week.
- Although Primetime lost, Eric Weddle played well, bringing in 31.9% more points than was projected (11.00 points against a projected 8.34).
- Mike Wallace was on the winning team, but only scored 2.00 points against his projected 9.67.
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