Powered by Automated Insights Waggs Tops Swerski's Superfans to Even Season Series
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Waggs picked up 35.97 points from Matthew Stafford and 22.30 from Knowshon Moreno to beat Swerski's Superfans 181.67 - 154.32. This win was revenge for a Week 1 147.95 - 133.18 comeback by Swerski's Superfans. Calvin Johnson, with 41.90 points, brought in the third-highest score for the week. Waggs started one player with zero points while Swerski's Superfans also served up one goose egg, meaning both sides missed scoring opportunities. Swerski's Superfans (3-5, 1,239.52 points) drops to sixth place while Waggs (4-4, 1,364.55 points) remains in third place.
Smooth Moves by Waggs
- Waggs saw their fourth-largest single-week point total by a player this season with Matthew Stafford scoring 35.97 points. The score was also high enough to rank fifth in the league.
- With 22.30 points, Knowshon Moreno ranked second in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.
- With 20.80 points, Dez Bryant ranked sixth in the league in scoring among WRs this week.
- The 15.20 points scored by Maurice Jones-Drew was the ninth-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
- With 7.10 points, Kyle Rudolph had the fifth-highest score of any TE in the league this week.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Swerski's Superfans
- Picked up Andy Dalton but left him on the bench, where he scored the second-most points in the league and beat his projected point total by 122.2%, the seventh-highest percentage in the league.
- With 2.35 points against a projected 9.74, Julian Edelman was last on the team in scoring and has now scored below his projection in four straight games.
- Swerski's Superfans picked up Reshad Jones, who then fell short of his 9.44-point projection by scoring 3.50 points.
- Tom Brady scored 6.87 points against a projected 19.37 and has now underachieved in four straight games.
- The 4.00 points scored by Justin Houston fell short of his 9.45-point projection, the fifth straight game where that has happened.
- If Waggs played Swerski's Superfans every week, they would be 6-2 this season.
- Besides Swerski's Superfans, Waggs would have defeated four other teams this week.
- Waggs would be 2-4 if they played the same schedule as Swerski's Superfans.
- If Waggs had played every team in the league each week, they would be 29-27.
- Besides Waggs, Swerski's Superfans would have been defeated by three other teams this week.
- Waggs would have lost to Swerski's Superfans 171.63 - 146.90 had they played each other last week.
- Swerski's Superfans would be 1-5 if they played the same schedule as Waggs.
- If they played every team every week, Swerski's Superfans would be 20-36.
- Of the losses Swerski's Superfans has had, three were against opponents who topped their season scoring average that week.
- Waggs had their lowest winning score of the season with 181.67 points.
- Swerski's Superfans scored 154.32 points against a projected 173.82 and has underachieved every week this season.
- Waggs underachieved for the fifth time this season, including the last three weeks in a row, scoring 181.67 points against a projected 182.65 this week.
- The margin of victory of 27.35 points was the smallest in the league this week.
- With a combined 34.50 points from their RBs, Swerski's Superfans got their highest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
- Although Waggs won, it was no thanks to Pierre Garcon, who scored 10.10 points and has now scored below his projection in three straight weeks.
- Anquan Boldin did little to help Waggs, underperforming versus projections for the fourth straight game with 7.60 points against a projected 11.27.
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