Baby Daddy #5 Picks Up Victory over #1 on the Way, Moves to Ninth Place

Week 9

  • Baby Daddy #5
  • 2-7
  • Weekly Grade: B
  • 136.56
  • #1 on the Way
  • 4-5
  • Weekly Grade: C
  • 115.66

DeAngelo Williams got 38.50 points, an improvement on the projected 15.42, as Baby Daddy #5 beat #1 on the Way 136.56 to 115.66. Baby Daddy #5 hit their projections and scored 5.1% more than their projected 129.98 points, while #1 on the Way fell short of their projections and got just 85.4% of a projected 135.50. For #1 on the Way, Jarvis Landry and Todd Gurley played the roles of Maverick and Goose, scoring 20.70 and 19.90 points, respectively. Baby Daddy #5 (2-7, 1,051.86 points) inches up to ninth place and #1 on the Way (4-5, 1,194.34 points) drops to sixth place.

Top Players

    • DeAngelo Williams
    • 38.50
    • Andy Dalton
    • 27.86
    • Mike Evans
    • 21.20
    • Jarvis Landry
    • 20.70

Smooth Moves by Baby Daddy #5

  • One man's trash is another man's treasure? Baby Daddy #5 picked up DeAngelo Williams, who led the matchup in scoring with 38.50 points.
  • With 27.86 points, Andy Dalton ranked fifth in the league this week in scoring among QBs.
  • Look, there in the sky. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's just Mike Evans posterizing opponents. He had the 10th-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 21.20 points.
  • Apparently playing within themselves was good enough. Baby Daddy #5 won despite having only 3 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.

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  • Some people are born losers, others develop it over time. Fortunately, there's a cure: Winning
  • Left Tyler Eifert on the bench, where he scored 28.30 points to beat his scoring projection by 155.4%, the fifth-highest percentage in the league.
  • Had a chance to start Chris Boswell, who outdid his scoring projection of 6.70 points by scoring 12.00 points.
  • Whoever gave you this advice, you might want to lose their number. Picked up and started the Buffalo Bills Defense, which then scored below their 12.61-point projection with 9.00 points.
  • Demaryius Thomas had two season-lows this week. He scored a season-low 10.00 points and recorded only 49.1% of his 20.38-point projection.

What If

  • Baby Daddy #5 would be 4-5 if they played #1 on the Way every week.
  • Baby Daddy #5 would have beaten four other teams besides #1 on the Way this week.
  • Baby Daddy #5 would be 3-5 if they played the same schedule as #1 on the Way.
  • Baby Daddy #5 would be 29-52 if they played every team every week.
  • #1 on the Way would have lost to seven other teams besides Baby Daddy #5 this week.
  • Timing really is everything. Baby Daddy #5 would have lost to #1 on the Way 143.64 - 104.94 had they played each other last week.
  • #1 on the Way would be 4-4 if they played the same schedule as Baby Daddy #5.
  • #1 on the Way would be 42-39 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • Looks like teams bring their A game when they see them on the schedule. Of the losses #1 on the Way has had, four were against opponents who topped their season scoring average that week.
  • Three of the starters for Baby Daddy #5 scored higher than the leading scorer for #1 on the Way.
  • The margin of victory of 20.90 points was the biggest of the season for Baby Daddy #5.
  • This must be how Jay Leno feels with a garage full of high-performance cars. Baby Daddy #5 got a combined 49.00 points from their RBs, their highest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
  • Baby Daddy #5 overachieved and improves to 1-3 when doing so, while #1 on the Way fell short of their projection. They are now 0-3 when scoring less than expected.
  • With 115.66 points, #1 on the Way ranked ninth in the league in scoring this week.
  • Even in the loss, the 19.90 points scored by Todd Gurley was the 10th-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
  • #1 on the Way could not pull out the win, but LeSean McCoy did perform well with the 10th-best RB score in the league this week, scoring 19.90 points.
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