Powered by Automated Insights Jonathan's Boss Team Gets Victory Against Mac's Team, Notches Fourth in a Row
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Jonathan's Boss Team got past Mac's Team 92.62 - 75.32 and logged the second-highest score in the league this week. The win was an answer to a 105.10 - 102.42 heartbreaking loss to Mac's Team in Week 1. Mac's Team, coming off a 126.76 - 85.30 win against Oneal's Team, saw their scoring drop substantially this week. On top of the loss, Mac's Team had a starter score zero points (Adam Vinatieri). Jonathan's Boss Team (8-2, 1,062.92 points) remains in second place while Mac's Team (9-1, 1,018.86 points) stays in first place.
Smooth Moves by Jonathan's Boss Team
- Calvin Johnson led the matchup in scoring with 20.30 points against a projected 13.24 and has now overachieved in three straight games.
- Took the San Diego Chargers Defense out of the starting lineup, which scored 3.00 points on the bench, fewer than the starting DEF.
- Sat Vincent Brown, who scored fewer points than any WR in the starting lineup with 3.50.
- Made a good move in sitting Steven Jackson this week. He brought in 2.00 points, the fewest of any RB on the team.
- The 16.60 points scored by Golden Tate was the eighth-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Mac's Team
- Should have started Garrett Hartley, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting K with 7.00 against a projected 9.16.
- The 13.42 points scored by Philip Rivers fell short of his 20.26-point projection, the fourth straight game where that has happened.
- It was a season-low 4.90 points for Matt Forte this week. It was also a season-low for his performance versus projections, reaching only 33.3% of a projected point total of 14.71.
- Keenan Allen scored the fewest points on the team and scored below his projection for the second time this season with 4.10 points against a projected 11.26.
- Jordy Nelson had a season-low 5.60 points against a projected 10.15 and underachieved for the fifth time this season.
- Jonathan's Boss Team would be 6-4 if they played Mac's Team every week.
- Jonathan's Boss Team would have beaten seven other teams besides Mac's Team this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Mac's Team, Jonathan's Boss Team would be 7-1.
- Jonathan's Boss Team would be 68-22 if they played every team every week.
- Mac's Team would have lost to five other teams besides Jonathan's Boss Team this week.
- Had they played each other last week, Jonathan's Boss Team would have lost to Mac's Team 126.76 - 102.08.
- If they played the same schedule as Jonathan's Boss Team, Mac's Team would be 6-2.
- Mac's Team would be 61-29 if they played every team every week.
- Jonathan's Boss Team put up their smallest winning point total of the year.
- Jonathan's Boss Team has won four straight games, the longest current winning streak in the league.
- The 16.30 total points by the RBs on Mac's Team was their smallest RB output this season.
- It was a season-low point total for Mac's Team.
- Mac's Team could not extend their nine-game win streak.
- Jonathan's Boss Team beat Mac's Team at the top, with two of their starters outscoring the leading point-getter for Mac's Team.
- Hakeem Nicks did little to help Jonathan's Boss Team, underperforming versus projections for the fourth straight game with 4.90 points against a projected 9.23.
- Jonathan's Boss Team is leveraging their draft well. This week they got 95.7% of their points from players they drafted.
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Recaps impacted by a stat correction will be updated by Saturday.