sticky's Team Puts the Kibosh on Andy G's Boss Team

Week 2

  • sticky's Team
  • 1-1
  • Weekly Grade: B-
  • 90.28
  • Andy G's Boss Team
  • 1-1
  • Weekly Grade: C
  • 73.12

Like some kind of dynamic duo, Odell Beckham Jr. and Eli Manning carried sticky's Team, leading the way to a 90.28 to 73.12 victory over Andy G's Boss Team. They registered 20.60 and 19.98 points, respectively. Each team fell short of hitting their projections, but sticky's Team managed to score 99.2% of a projected 91.00 points for the win. Following a 102.72 to 70.64 win against My time to shine, Andy G's Boss Team saw their scoring shrink this week. When assigning blame following this loss, Andy G's Boss Team can look in the mirror. They started a player with zero points (Dez Bryant). sticky's Team (1-1, 141.70 points) shifts into eighth place while Andy G's Boss Team (1-1, 175.84 points) winds up in fifth place.

Top Players

    • Odell Beckham Jr.
    • 20.60
    • Eli Manning
    • 19.98
    • Matt Ryan
    • 18.42
    • Julio Jones
    • 13.50

Smooth Moves by sticky's Team

  • Look, there in the sky. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's just Odell Beckham Jr. posterizing opponents. He had the sixth-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 20.60 points.
  • There are rumors that the military wants to model a new all-terrain vehicle based off of Mark Ingram. He had the eighth-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 9.80 points.
  • With 13.00 points versus a projected 8.44, the New England Patriots Defense exceeded their scoring projection by 54.0%.
  • With only 4 of their 8 starters beating their projected points, sticky's Team was still able to win.
  • Both of the RBs came in below their expected points and it was still a win for sticky's Team.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • You gave it the old college try. Unfortunately for you, this isn't college ball. This is professional football at the national level; you know the acronym.
  • Only 4 of the 9 starters on Andy G's Boss Team underachieved this week, but they still lost.
  • Left Dez Bryant in the starting lineup and he scored 0 points.
  • Lamar Miller fell short of his scoring projection with 4.20 points, just 32.2% of his projected 13.03.
  • The RBs on Andy G's Boss Team both fell short of their projected points.

What If

  • If sticky's Team played Andy G's Boss Team every week, they'd be 1-1 this season.
  • sticky's Team would have beaten five other teams besides Andy G's Boss Team this week.
  • If sticky's Team had played every team in the league each week, they would be 6-12.
  • Besides sticky's Team, Andy G's Boss Team would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
  • Timing really is everything. sticky's Team would have lost to Andy G's Boss Team 102.72 - 51.42 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played every team every week, Andy G's Boss Team would be 9-9.

Game Notes

  • sticky's Team won by 17.16 points, covering the 6.31-point spread.
  • sticky's Team had two starters score more points than the highest-scoring starter for Andy G's Boss Team.
  • The 73.12 points put up by Andy G's Boss Team ranked eighth in the league this week.
  • Kyle Rudolph put up the fourth-best TE score in the league with 9.00 points this week.
  • sticky's Team might want to see a chiropractor, because they were carrying Frank Gore on their back the whole week. He was on the winning team, but only scored 4.10 points against his projected 10.68.
  • sticky's Team won the matchup even though Julian Edelman was left on the bench where he scored 22.90 points, the most of any WR on the team.
  • Each side failed to match their weekly score projections.
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