Powered by Automated Insights The Foo Crew Tops T.Y.'s Playmakers
- The Foo Crew
- T.Y.'s Playmakers
The Foo Crew recorded the second-highest point total of the season and defeated T.Y.'s Playmakers 133.98 - 120.92. While both sides played quite well, The Foo Crew put up 44.6% more points than projected (92.67) to pick up the win. T.Y.'s Playmakers couldn't capitalize on a massive improvement in scoring compared to last week's 97.48 - 64.40 loss against GMONEY. The Foo Crew (2-1, 306.96 points) climbs into fourth place and T.Y.'s Playmakers (1-2, 268.34 points) steps into eighth place.
Smooth Moves by The Foo Crew
- With 24.10 points, Dez Bryant had the second-highest WR score of the week and the third-highest WR score in the league this season.
- Knowshon Moreno had the second-highest RB score of the week and the ninth-highest RB score in the league this season with 21.00 points.
- The 16.00 points scored by Garrett Hartley was the third-highest K score of the week and is the fifth-highest K score in the league this season.
- 7 of the 9 starters on The Foo Crew exceeded their projected points.
- The 14.20 points scored by Hakeem Nicks was the sixth-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by T.Y.'s Playmakers
- Missed an opportunity by leaving Jay Cutler on the bench. He scored 23.02 points, the seventh-highest score in the league this week.
- Cam Newton did not meet his 17.48-point projection this week, the first time that's happened this season. His 9.82 points were also a season-low.
- In the midst of a season-low in scoring, Trent Richardson also did not meet his projected points (5.60 points scored versus 12.20 projected) for the second time this season.
- Larry Fitzgerald had a season-low 4.30 points against a projected 9.37 and underachieved for the second time this season.
- Even though T.Y.'s Playmakers lost, only 4 of their 9 starters scored less than their projected points.
- The Foo Crew would be 3-0 if they played T.Y.'s Playmakers every week.
- The Foo Crew would have been undefeated if they played every team in the league this week.
- The Foo Crew would have defeated T.Y.'s Playmakers 86.38 - 64.40 had they played each other last week.
- The Foo Crew would be 1-1 if they played the same schedule as T.Y.'s Playmakers.
- If The Foo Crew had played every team in the league each week, they would be 22-11.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers would have beaten every other team in the league besides The Foo Crew this week.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers would be 1-1 if they played the same schedule as The Foo Crew.
- If they played every team every week, T.Y.'s Playmakers would be 16-17.
- Even though T.Y.'s Playmakers lost, they had two players score higher than the leading scorer for The Foo Crew.
- This matchup featured the two highest-scoring teams in the league this week.
- Jared Cook had a season-low 2.60 points against a projected 6.05 in the win and has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
- With a combined 51.00 points from the WR position, The Foo Crew got the highest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this season.
- T.Y.'s Playmakers scored 120.92 points and lost. It is the highest losing score in the league this season.
- The margin of victory for the matchup ended up being the smallest in the league this week at 13.06 points.
- In the loss, T.Y. Hilton ranked third in the league in scoring and beat his scoring projection by 229.7%, which led the matchup.
- Julius Thomas played well in the loss, ranking fourth in the league in scoring and beating his scoring projection by 219.3%, the fourth-highest percentage in the league.
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