Powered by Automated Insights Seachickens Comes Back to Nip chris's Team, Notches Fifth in a Row
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Seachickens (8-5, 1,592.30 points) snuck past chris's Team (5-8, 1,356.70 points) 122.60 - 119.20 in a matchup with several lead changes. They were led by Russell Wilson who had 29.10 points and the Carolina Panthers Defense who scored 21.00. chris's Team was the first to put up points and by Sunday was already out in front 46.20 - 0. That lead disappeared by the end of the early Sunday games and they trailed 79.80 - 57.20. After the late Sunday games, the lead changed again, and they went ahead 119.20 - 87.40. Seachickens closed out the matchup with a comeback on Monday. Despite this loss, chris's Team earns a playoff berth.
Smooth Moves by Seachickens
- With 20.00 points, Adam Vinatieri had the highest score of any K in the league this season.
- The Carolina Panthers Defense was the highest-scoring DEF in the league this week with 21.00 points.
- The 29.10 points scored by Russell Wilson ranked seventh in the league in scoring. It was also his highest output of the season.
- Benched Joe Flacco, who had the lowest QB score on the team with 14.74 points.
- Seachickens won despite having only 4 of their 9 starters exceed their scoring projection.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by chris's Team
- Made a mistake in not starting Brian Hartline, who ranked ninth in the league in scoring and topped his scoring projection by 117.8%, the 10th-highest percentage in the league.
- The Green Bay Packers Defense, which was left on the bench, exceeded their 6.16-point projection with 12.00 points.
- Should have started Kellen Winslow, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting TE with 5.60 against a projected 5.73.
- Should have started David Akers, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting K with 8.00 against a projected 8.64.
- With 4.00 points against a projected 9.69, Ryan Succop did not meet his projection for the third straight game.
- Seachickens would be 9-4 if they played chris's Team every week.
- Seachickens would have beaten five other teams besides chris's Team this week.
- Seachickens would have defeated chris's Team 114.02 - 95.60 had they played each other last week.
- Seachickens would be 7-4 if they played the same schedule as chris's Team.
- Seachickens would be 85-58 if they played every team every week.
- chris's Team would have lost to five other teams besides Seachickens this week.
- chris's Team would be 3-8 if they played the same schedule as Seachickens.
- If they played every team every week, chris's Team would be 44-99.
- Of the losses chris's Team has had, four were against opponents who topped their season scoring average that week.
- chris's Team bested their projected points again, the seventh time this season they have done so, including a streak of three straight games.
- In the loss, chris's Team had their highest losing score of the season with 119.20 points.
- With a combined 70.00 points from the RB position, chris's Team got the highest combined scoring output from the RB position for any team this season.
- At 3.40 points, the margin of victory was the tightest of the week.
- Seachickens underachieved in the win, recording 99.4% of their projected 123.38, while chris's Team performed better than expected, beating their 105.07-point projection by 13.4%.
- Seachickens improves to 1-1 in close games this season.
- Seachickens has now won five games in a row.
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Recaps impacted by a stat correction will be updated by Saturday.