Powered by Automated Insights Brea Dawgs Embarrasses St. Louis Browns, Extends Their Losing Streak
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Brea Dawgs got the second-highest point total in the league this week from Peyton Manning (44.08), clobbering St. Louis Browns 232.29 - 157.09. St. Louis Browns has had some misfortune after losing their third in a row. St. Louis Browns was led by Matthew Stafford with 27.48 points and Demaryius Thomas who scored 20.60. Adding insult to injury, St. Louis Browns had two starters score zero points (Fred Davis and Ahmad Bradshaw). St. Louis Browns (1-3, 736.19 points) drops to fifth place and Brea Dawgs (3-1, 898.61 points) remains in second place.
Smooth Moves by Brea Dawgs
- Peyton Manning had 44.08 points, the second-highest QB score of the week and the eighth-highest QB score in the league this season.
- Matt Ryan ranked third in the league in scoring with 38.84 points against a projected 18.40 and has now overachieved in every game this season.
- The 14.00 points scored by Stephen Gostkowski was the second-highest K score of the week and is the second-highest K score in the league this season.
- Tony Gonzalez scored the sixth-most points in the league and beat his scoring projection by a league-leading 331.7%.
- The 18.70 points scored by Jamaal Charles was the seventh-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by St. Louis Browns
- St. Louis Browns could have used more points from the TE position, where Brea Dawgs beat them 47.00 - 10.20.
- Vincent Brown has now failed to reach his projection for three straight games. This week he scored 4.10 points versus a projected 7.84.
- St. Louis Browns tried to fight through 2 of their 15 starters getting zeros, but could not overcome it.
- It was a season-low 2.90 points for Darren McFadden this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 20.3% of a projected point total of 14.30.
- Maurice Jones-Drew had a season-low 2.80 points against a projected 11.30 and scored below his projection for the third time this season.
- If Brea Dawgs played St. Louis Browns every week, they would be 4-0 this season.
- Besides St. Louis Browns, Brea Dawgs would have defeated two other teams this week.
- Brea Dawgs would have defeated St. Louis Browns 192.77 - 151.44 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as St. Louis Browns, Brea Dawgs would be 2-1.
- Brea Dawgs would be 16-4 if they played every team every week.
- St. Louis Browns would have been beaten by every other team in the league this week.
- St. Louis Browns would be 1-2 if they played the same schedule as Brea Dawgs.
- St. Louis Browns would be 6-14 if they played every team every week.
- Three of the starters for Brea Dawgs scored higher than the leading scorer for St. Louis Browns.
- Matthew Stafford scored 27.48 points against a projected 18.13 in the loss and has now beaten his projection in every game this season.
- Brea Dawgs has topped their projected point total in every week this season.
- The 75.20-point margin of victory was the largest in the league this week and second-biggest in the league this season.
- In the loss, St. Louis Browns had the 10th-highest losing score in the league this season with 157.09 points.
- With a combined 47.00 points from the TE position, Brea Dawgs got the highest combined scoring output from the TE position for any team this season.
- St. Louis Browns lost by the biggest margin of the week for the second time this season.
- St. Louis Browns was last in the league in scoring for the first time this season.
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