Powered by Automated Insights Bumblin stumblers Beats Waggs to Even Season Series
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Bumblin stumblers took down Waggs 169.28 - 151.02 and put up the second-highest score in the league this week. The win was an answer to a 193.53 - 164.23 loss to Waggs in Week 4. Matthew Stafford led Waggs with 28.97 points while Chris Johnson racked up 20.90. Bumblin stumblers (6-5, 1,892.08 points) remains in third place while Waggs (5-6, 1,855.77 points) stays in fourth place.
Smooth Moves by Bumblin stumblers
- The second-highest RB score of the week and the 10th-highest RB score of the season came from LeSean McCoy, who scored 29.00 points.
- Matt Forte had the sixth-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 21.00 points.
- Demaryius Thomas had the 10th-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 14.60 points.
- With 13.70 points, Greg Olsen had the third-highest score of any TE in the league this week.
- Matt Prater exceeded scoring projections by 34.0%, with 11.00 points against a projected 8.21.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Waggs
- Did not start Anquan Boldin, who beat his scoring projection with 14.60 points against a projected 8.50.
- Picked up and started Mike Wallace, who then scored below his 11.20-point projection with 5.90 points.
- Major Wright has scored below his projection in three straight games after scoring 4.00 points against a projected 7.12 this week.
- With 5.00 points against a projected 6.73, London Fletcher did not meet his projection for the fifth straight game.
- Erin Henderson scored the fewest points on the team and scored below his projection for the second time this season with 3.50 points against a projected 9.07.
- Bumblin stumblers would be 7-4 if they played Waggs every week.
- Besides Waggs, Bumblin stumblers would have defeated five other teams this week.
- Bumblin stumblers would have defeated Waggs 193.75 - 164.75 had they played each other last week.
- Bumblin stumblers would be 6-3 if they played the same schedule as Waggs.
- Bumblin stumblers would be 45-32 if they played every team every week.
- Waggs would have lost to three other teams besides Bumblin stumblers this week.
- Waggs would be 5-4 if they played the same schedule as Bumblin stumblers.
- If they played every team every week, Waggs would be 39-38.
- Despite playing on the losing team, Matthew Stafford ranked seventh in the league in scoring with 28.97 points against a projected 26.89 and has now beaten his projection in five straight games.
- Bumblin stumblers got a combined 60.80 points from their RBs, their highest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
- Although Bumblin stumblers won, it was no thanks to Jared Allen, who scored 3.50 points and has now scored below his projection in four straight weeks.
- Roddy White scored 7.10 points against a projected 10.03 in the win, and has now scored below his projection in seven straight games.
- Von Miller was on the winning team, but was last in the league in scoring with 0.50 points, 6.6% of his 7.53-point projection, which was the lowest percentage in the league.
- Bumblin stumblers had the second-highest score in the league this week with 169.28 points.
- With 151.02 points, Waggs had the highest losing score in the league this week.
- Bumblin stumblers outdid their projection in the win, while Waggs came in under their point expectation. Bumblin stumblers is now 6-2 when overachieving, while Waggs falls to 1-6 when failing to reach their projection.
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