Powered by Automated Insights Tamerlane Warriors Scores Late to Sneak Past Nebraska G-Men, Extends Their Losing Streak
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Tamerlane Warriors got 17.00 points from Karlos Dansby to edge Nebraska G-Men 98.96 - 97.60. Tamerlane Warriors came into the Monday night game facing a 0.99-point deficit, but scored 2.35, picking up an unlikely win as a 13.23-point underdog. Nebraska G-Men is coming apart and is on a four-game losing streak. Fred Jackson led Nebraska G-Men with 16.65 points while Austin Pettis brought in 14.45. Nebraska G-Men (1-4, 503.85 points) sinks into ninth place while Tamerlane Warriors (4-1, 553.08 points) remains in first place.
Smooth Moves by Tamerlane Warriors
- Tamerlane Warriors saw their fifth-largest single-week point total by a player this season with Karlos Dansby scoring 17.00 points. The score was also high enough to rank 10th in the league.
- Robert Mathis scored 11.00 points against a projected 5.48 and has now overachieved in every game this season.
- DeSean Jackson had the sixth-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 12.60 points.
- Terrell Suggs scored a season-high 14.00 points and beat his scoring projection by a season-high 124.0%.
- Tamerlane Warriors was still able to pull out a win with only 6 of their 13 starters exceeding their projected points.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Nebraska G-Men
- Made a mistake in not starting T.Y. Hilton, who ranked fourth in the league in scoring and topped his scoring projection by 233.3%, the eighth-highest percentage in the league.
- Should have started Philip Rivers, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting QB with 14.22 against a projected 17.80.
- After a season-low 3.00 points against a projected 10.74, D'Qwell Jackson has scored below his projection in four straight games.
- It was a season-low 3.65 points for Darren Sproles this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 39.8% of a projected point total of 9.16.
- It was a season-low scoring total for Julian Edelman, who had 2.82 points. He had a projected total of 7.40 points and this week was the fourth straight game of underperformance versus his projection.
- Tamerlane Warriors would be 4-1 if they played Nebraska G-Men every week.
- Tamerlane Warriors would have beaten four other teams besides Nebraska G-Men this week.
- Tamerlane Warriors would have defeated Nebraska G-Men 121.54 - 110.01 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as Nebraska G-Men, Tamerlane Warriors would be 2-2.
- Tamerlane Warriors would be 32-13 if they played every team every week.
- Nebraska G-Men would have lost to four other teams besides Tamerlane Warriors this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Tamerlane Warriors, Nebraska G-Men would be 3-1.
- If they played every team every week, Nebraska G-Men would be 27-18.
- Nebraska G-Men has underachieved for four straight weeks, having scored 97.60 points against a projected 104.82 this week.
- Although Nebraska G-Men lost, they did put up the seventh-highest score for a losing team in the league this season.
- The margin of victory of 1.36 points was the smallest in the league this season.
- Colin Kaepernick did little to help Tamerlane Warriors, underperforming versus projections for the fourth straight game with 8.96 points against a projected 12.61.
- Nebraska G-Men falls to 0-2 in close games this season, remaining winless.
- The loss was the fourth in a row for Nebraska G-Men.
- In the loss, Fred Jackson scored 16.65 points, the sixth-highest RB score in the league this season.
- Garrett Hartley scored 14.00 points, the fifth-highest K score in the league this season, but it was not enough to tip the scales in favor of Nebraska G-Men.
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