Powered by Automated Insights Mad River Chargers Picks Up Victory over Nebraska G-Men, Moves to 2-0 Head-to-Head
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Mad River Chargers beat Nebraska G-Men 99.93 - 81.18 for a second win in as many head-to-head matchups. This week, Tom Brady was the difference, garnering 20.88 points. That's even higher than Matt Prater, who led all players with 15.00 points the last time these teams met. This is the smallest margin of victory for Mad River Chargers in two head-to-head matchups. They defeated Nebraska G-Men 91.10 - 67.31 in Week 3.
Smooth Moves by Mad River Chargers
- Jason Witten had the most points of any TE in the league this week with 13.85.
- Tom Brady put up 20.88 points, which was the fifth-highest score in the league this week.
- Maurice Jones-Drew scored 13.20 points, which ranked fifth out of all the RBs in the league this week.
- The 12.20 points scored by Tavon Austin was the fifth-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
- Emmanuel Sanders scored 8.60 points, the eighth-highest WR score in the league this week.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Nebraska G-Men
- Left Philip Rivers on the bench, where he led the league in scoring with 25.89 points.
- Picked up and started Case Keenum, who scored a team-worst 9.6% of his projected point total for 1.48 points, which was also last on the team.
- Picked up and started Garrett Graham, who then scored below his 4.82-point projection with 1.60 points.
- It was a beating at QB for Nebraska G-Men, as they were outscored 20.88 - 1.48 by Mad River Chargers.
- Nebraska G-Men was dominated at the TE position, scoring 1.60 points versus the 13.85 for Mad River Chargers.
- Mad River Chargers would be 5-7 if they played Nebraska G-Men every week.
- Mad River Chargers would have beaten six other teams besides Nebraska G-Men this week.
- Mad River Chargers would have defeated Nebraska G-Men 77.77 - 76.21 had they played each other last week.
- Mad River Chargers would be 4-6 if they played the same schedule as Nebraska G-Men.
- Mad River Chargers would be 43-65 if they played every team every week.
- Nebraska G-Men would have lost to six other teams besides Mad River Chargers this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Mad River Chargers, Nebraska G-Men would be 7-3.
- Nebraska G-Men would be 58-50 if they played every team every week.
- Six of the eight losses for Nebraska G-Men this season have come when their opponent scores higher than their season average.
- The top players for Mad River Chargers were elite in the matchup, as five of their starters outperformed the leading scorer for Nebraska G-Men.
- Nebraska G-Men underachieved for the 10th time this season, including the last four weeks in a row, scoring 81.18 points against a projected 105.36 this week.
- Victor Cruz had a season-low -1.65 points against a projected 7.23 in the win and has now scored below his projection in seven straight games.
- Danny Trevathan scored 9.00 points against a projected 5.89 in the loss and has now beaten his projection in four straight games.
- Mad River Chargers outdid their projection in the win, while Nebraska G-Men came in under their point expectation. Mad River Chargers is now 3-1 when overachieving, while Nebraska G-Men falls to 2-8 when failing to reach their projection.
- Nebraska G-Men scored 81.18 points, ranking them eighth in the league in scoring.
- Nebraska G-Men could not pull out the win, but Adrian Peterson did perform well with the seventh-best RB score in the league this week, scoring 10.40 points.
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