Powered by Automated Insights 50 Shades of Ray Wins Against The Benchwarmers
- 50 Shades of Ray
- The Benchwarmers
50 Shades of Ray notched the second-highest point total this week to take down The Benchwarmers 107.98 - 77.30. Both sides fell short of hitting their projections, but 50 Shades of Ray scored 95.7% of a projected 112.80 points to pick up the win. The Benchwarmers was led by Matt Forte with 17.10 points and Adrian Peterson who scored 15.50. Each team left something on the table as 50 Shades of Ray had one starter turn in zero points and The Benchwarmers also had one. 50 Shades of Ray (2-1, 293.14 points) climbs into third place while The Benchwarmers (1-2, 303.76 points) drops to fifth place.
Smooth Moves by 50 Shades of Ray
- 50 Shades of Ray got their highest point total by a player this season from Drew Brees, who had 32.78 points.
- The 14.00 points scored by Justin Tucker was the second-highest K score of the week and is the second-highest K score in the league this season.
- Eric Decker ranked second in the league in scoring among WRs this week with 19.30 points.
- With 17.50 points, Calvin Johnson ranked third in the league in scoring among WRs this week.
- 50 Shades of Ray won even with Jermichael Finley in the starting lineup, who didn't score any points.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by The Benchwarmers
- Left Jordan Cameron on the bench, where he scored the eighth-most points in the league and beat his projected point total by 239.1%, the second-highest percentage in the league.
- The Benchwarmers left the 18.00 points scored by the Cincinnati Bengals Defense on the bench this week. They beat their projected point total by 116.1%, the sixth-highest percentage in the league.
- It was a beating at QB for The Benchwarmers, as they were outscored 32.78 - 5.00 by 50 Shades of Ray.
- The WRs on The Benchwarmers let them down, resulting in a 39.00 - 12.30 difference at the position.
- With a season-low 5.00 points versus a projected 20.71, Colin Kaepernick failed to meet his projection for the second time this season.
- 50 Shades of Ray would be 2-1 if they played The Benchwarmers every week.
- 50 Shades of Ray would have beaten three other teams besides The Benchwarmers this week.
- Had they played each other last week, 50 Shades of Ray would have defeated The Benchwarmers 113.28 - 98.08.
- If they played the same schedule as The Benchwarmers, 50 Shades of Ray would be 1-1.
- 50 Shades of Ray would be 9-6 if they played every team every week.
- The Benchwarmers would have lost to three other teams besides 50 Shades of Ray this week.
- If they played the same schedule as 50 Shades of Ray, The Benchwarmers would be 1-1.
- The Benchwarmers would be 5-10 if they played every team every week.
- Three of the starters for 50 Shades of Ray scored higher than the leading scorer for The Benchwarmers.
- In the loss, The Benchwarmers had the seventh-highest losing score in the league this season with 77.30 points.
- Stevan Ridley scored 4.30 points against a projected 11.67 in the win and has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
- With 32.60 points, The Benchwarmers got the highest combined scoring output from the RB position for any team this week.
- 50 Shades of Ray got a combined 39.00 points from their WRs, the highest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this week.
- The Benchwarmers ranked fifth in the league in scoring this week.
- In the loss, Matt Forte had the fourth-highest RB score in the league this week with 17.10 points.
- Adrian Peterson was a bright spot for The Benchwarmers in the loss with 15.50 points, the fifth-highest RB score in the league this week.
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