Powered by Automated Insights T.Y.'s Playmakers Gets Comeback Shocker Against The Barbarians to Move into Eighth Place
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T.Y.'s Playmakers (4-5, 773.80 points) put up the highest point total in the league this week to defeat The Barbarians (6-3, 861.80 points) 107.06 - 83.30. T.Y.'s Playmakers scored first and went into Sunday in front 9.70 - 0. The lead was lost by the end of the Sunday night game and The Barbarians had an 83.30 - 68.60 edge. However, T.Y.'s Playmakers pulled out the victory with a comeback on Monday night.
Smooth Moves by T.Y.'s Playmakers
- The 11.90 points scored by Rob Gronkowski was the highest TE score in the league this week.
- The 26.56 points scored by Cam Newton ranked fifth in the league in scoring this week and fifth for any player on T.Y.'s Playmakers this season.
- Sat Leonard Hankerson, who scored fewer points than any WR in the starting lineup with 0.50.
- Ray Rice scored 20.80 points, which ranked fourth out of all the RBs in the league this week.
- Steven Hauschka has now overachieved in three straight games after scoring 13.00 points against a projected 7.27.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by The Barbarians
- The 6.00 points scored by the Green Bay Packers Defense fell short of their 8.91-point projection, the third straight game where that has happened.
- The TE position was a letdown for The Barbarians, where they were outscored 11.90 - 4.10 by T.Y.'s Playmakers.
- The 7.20 points scored by Jamaal Charles was a season-low. He had a projected 17.44-point total, and has now underachieved in four straight games.
- With 4.20 points, Brandon Marshall had his lowest output of the season and tallied just 36.9% of his 11.38 projected points, his lowest percentage of the year.
- Of the 9 starters on The Barbarians, 6 underperformed versus their projections.
- If T.Y.'s Playmakers played The Barbarians every week, they would be 3-6 this season.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers would have beaten every other team in the league this week.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers would be 5-3 if they played the same schedule as The Barbarians.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers would be 57-42 if they played every team every week.
- Besides T.Y.'s Playmakers, The Barbarians would have been defeated by four other teams this week.
- Had they played each other last week, T.Y.'s Playmakers would have lost to The Barbarians 71.18 - 59.86.
- The Barbarians would be 4-4 if they played the same schedule as T.Y.'s Playmakers.
- The Barbarians would be 70-29 if they played every team every week.
- The Barbarians underachieved for the fifth time this season, including the last three weeks in a row, scoring 83.30 points against a projected 107.07 this week.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers led the league in scoring for the first time this season with 107.06 points.
- Two of the starters for T.Y.'s Playmakers scored higher than the leading scorer for The Barbarians.
- Although T.Y.'s Playmakers won, it was no thanks to Trent Richardson, who scored 5.30 points and has now scored below his projection in seven straight weeks.
- This is the biggest margin of defeat of the season for The Barbarians.
- The Barbarians remains winless in upset games this season, falling to 0-2.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers is leveraging their draft well. This week they got 86.0% of their points from players they drafted.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers outdid their projection in the win, while The Barbarians came in under their point expectation. T.Y.'s Playmakers is now 3-1 when overachieving, while The Barbarians falls to 2-3 when failing to reach their projection.
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