Powered by Automated Insights The Barbarians Squashes Boyle's Broncos, Streak Climbs to Three
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The Barbarians earned their third win in as many matchups when they clobbered Boyle's Broncos 102.20 - 67.52. They were led by Russell Wilson who had 23.60 points and Jamaal Charles who had 18.50. The streak is due in part to The Barbarians having the highest scoring output in the league at 119.17 points per matchup. On top of the loss, Boyle's Broncos got goose eggs from both Blair Walsh and the Dallas Cowboys Defense. Boyle's Broncos falls to seventh place with a 1-2 record. The Barbarians stays unbeaten and in first place after having steamrolled Trent's Team (138.48 - 0) and MaxyMen (116.82 - 96.98).
Smooth Moves by The Barbarians
- Jimmy Graham scored 13.50 points, the fourth-highest TE score of the week and the 10th-highest TE score in the league this season.
- The 23.60 points scored by Russell Wilson ranked sixth in the league in scoring this week and second for any player on The Barbarians this season.
- With 18.50 points, Jamaal Charles ranked fourth in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.
- The Green Bay Packers Defense scored 9.00 points and beat their scoring projection by 114.9%, which led the team.
- With only 3 of their 9 starters beating their projected points, The Barbarians was still able to win.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Boyle's Broncos
- Left James Jones on the bench, where he scored 18.70 points and beat his projected point total by 128.2%, the ninth-highest percentage in the league this week.
- A.J. Green scored 6.10 points against a projected 12.15 and has now underachieved in every game this season.
- David Wilson has scored below his projection in every game this season after scoring 7.60 points against a projected 10.18 this week.
- Boyle's Broncos had 2 of their 9 starters score zero points.
- Boyle's Broncos could have used more points from the TE position, where The Barbarians beat them 13.50 - 6.00.
- If The Barbarians played Boyle's Broncos every week, they would be 3-0 this season.
- The Barbarians would have beaten eight other teams besides Boyle's Broncos this week.
- Had they played each other last week, The Barbarians would have defeated Boyle's Broncos 116.82 - 107.32.
- If they played the same schedule as Boyle's Broncos, The Barbarians would be 2-0.
- If The Barbarians had played every team in the league each week, they would be 31-2.
- Boyle's Broncos would have lost to six other teams besides The Barbarians this week.
- Boyle's Broncos would be 2-0 if they played the same schedule as The Barbarians.
- Boyle's Broncos would be 21-12 if they played every team every week.
- It was a tough loss for Boyle's Broncos, which put up the ninth-biggest score for a losing team in the league this season.
- The Barbarians ups their record in blowout matchups to 2-0.
- The margin of victory was the third-largest in the league this week.
- The 102.20 points scored by The Barbarians ranked third in the league this week.
- Boyle's Broncos could not pull out the win, but Frank Gore did perform well with the sixth-best RB score in the league this week, scoring 14.10 points.
- Boyle's Broncos could not close out the win even with the help of Golden Tate, who scored 12.10 points, the ninth-highest score among all WRs in the league for the week.
- Matt Bryant had a season-low 4.00 points in the win against a projected 9.40 and scored below his projection for the first time this season.
- The second-largest score by RBs on a single team this week came from The Barbarians. Their RBs combined to score 30.30 points.
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