Powered by Automated Insights Virginia Hams Beats Nebraska G-Men, Climbs to Seventh Place
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Virginia Hams beat Nebraska G-Men 103.58 - 76.21 for a second win in as many head-to-head matchups. This week, Russell Wilson led the team, putting up 17.30 points. That's still quite a drop-off from Michael Vick, who led all players with 27.26 points the last time these teams met. With Von Miller delivering zero points for Virginia Hams, it could have been worse. This is the largest margin of victory for Virginia Hams in two head-to-head matchups. They beat Nebraska G-Men 102.26 - 99.77 in Week 2.
Smooth Moves by Virginia Hams
- Sat Steven Jackson, who scored 3.25 points, fewer than any RB in the starting lineup.
- With 17.30 points, Russell Wilson had the 10th-highest score in the league this week.
- Ray Rice had the fifth-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 13.40 points.
- Steven Hauschka scored 13.00 points against a projected 6.88 and has now overachieved in three straight games.
- The 10.13 points scored by Rueben Randle was the seventh-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Nebraska G-Men
- Picked up and started Andre Brown, who then scored below his 9.06-point projection with 4.65 points.
- With 7.00 points against a projected 10.64, Kiko Alonso did not meet his projection for the third straight game.
- Jordan Reed was last on the team in scoring with 0.60 points against a projected 5.34 and underachieved for the third time this season.
- Nebraska G-Men had 9 of their 13 starters score less than their projected points.
- The 3.25 points scored by Adrian Peterson was just 32.2% of his 10.08-point projection.
- Virginia Hams would be 5-6 if they played Nebraska G-Men every week.
- Besides Nebraska G-Men, Virginia Hams would have defeated seven other teams this week.
- Had they played each other last week, Virginia Hams would have defeated Nebraska G-Men 112.04 - 98.80.
- Virginia Hams would be 5-4 if they played the same schedule as Nebraska G-Men.
- If Virginia Hams had played every team in the league each week, they would be 49-50.
- Nebraska G-Men would have lost to seven other teams besides Virginia Hams this week.
- Nebraska G-Men would be 6-3 if they played the same schedule as Virginia Hams.
- Nebraska G-Men would be 56-43 if they played every team every week.
- Of the losses Nebraska G-Men has had, five were against opponents who topped their season scoring average that week.
- Nebraska G-Men underachieved for the ninth time this season, including the last three weeks in a row, scoring 76.21 points against a projected 106.82 this week.
- Virginia Hams was able to win with little help from Jamaal Charles, who had a season-low 3.90 points and is on a four-week underperforming streak.
- With the win, Virginia Hams snapped their five-game losing streak.
- The margin of victory of 27.37 points was the biggest of the season for Virginia Hams.
- Nebraska G-Men could not extend their three-game win streak.
- Although Virginia Hams won, it was no thanks to Jared Allen, who scored 1.00 point and has now scored below his projection in four straight weeks.
- Virginia Hams got the best total score from their WRs of any team this week with 30.63 points.
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