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    Taco Corp. Tops Da Bears, Takes Revenge

    Week 10

    • Taco Corp.
    • 4-6
    • Weekly Grade: A-
    • 122.08
    • Da Bears
    • 5-5
    • Weekly Grade: C
    • 90.16

    Taco Corp. was on another level this week, putting up the highest point total they've scored this season to get past Da Bears 122.08 to 90.16. This win was revenge for a Week 1 108.82 to 92.72 loss to Da Bears. Da Bears was led by the tag team of Matt Ryan, with 17.66 points, and Mason Crosby, who scored 15.00. On top of the loss, Da Bears had a starter score zero points (Andrew Hawkins). Da Bears (5-5, 981.32 points) drops to sixth place while Taco Corp. (4-6, 958.04 points) remains mired in ninth place.

    Top Players

      • Philadelphia Eagles Defense
      • 31.00
      • Drew Brees
      • 24.38
      • Eddie Lacy
      • 17.80
      • Matt Ryan
      • 17.66

    Smooth Moves by Taco Corp.

    • By the beard of Zeus that's a lot of points for a defense. With 31.00 points, the Philadelphia Eagles Defense had the highest point total to date for all defenses.
    • With 24.38 points, Drew Brees ranked ninth in the league in scoring.
    • Sat Steve Smith Sr, who scored fewer points than any WR in the starting lineup with 1.70.
    • Eddie Lacy scored 17.80 points, which ranked third out of all the RBs in the league this week.
    • Denard Robinson put the team on his back with 17.00 points, the fifth-highest score among RBs in the league this week.

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    • After that performance, we have to wonder if Da Bears cares about becoming a Hall Of Famer at all. That's right, you're being judged by an online recap. 
    • Taco Corp. saw their RBs beat those on Da Bears 34.80 - 13.70.
    • The best offense is a good defense. Da Bears got beat 31.00 - 13.00 by Taco Corp. at the DEF position.
    • The 0.60 points scored by Lamar Miller was a season-low. He had a projected 8.94-point total, and has now underachieved in three straight games.
    • Only 4 of the 9 starters on Da Bears underachieved this week, but they still lost.

    What If

    • If Taco Corp. played Da Bears every week, they would be 4-6 this season.
    • Besides Da Bears, Taco Corp. would have defeated six other teams this week.
    • Taco Corp. would be 3-5 if they played the same schedule as Da Bears.
    • If Taco Corp. had played every team in the league each week, they would be 37-53.
    • Besides Taco Corp., Da Bears would have been defeated by five other teams this week.
    • Timing really is everything. Taco Corp. would have lost to Da Bears 103.92 - 75.18 had they played each other last week.
    • Da Bears would be 5-3 if they played the same schedule as Taco Corp.
    • If they played every team every week, Da Bears would be 46-44.

    Game Notes

    • Three of the five losses for Da Bears this season have come when their opponent had their highest-scoring week of the season.
    • Three of the starters for Taco Corp. scored higher than the leading scorer for Da Bears.
    • Taco Corp. won by 31.92 points, covering the 5.36-point spread.
    • Da Bears got a combined 13.70 points from their RBs, their lowest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
    • With 122.08 points, Taco Corp. had their highest score so far this season.
    • This is the biggest margin of defeat of the season for Da Bears.
    • Taco Corp. overachieved and improves to 3-1 when doing so, while Da Bears fell short of their projection. They are now 2-4 when scoring less than expected.
    • Mason Crosby played well in the loss with 15.00 points, the highest score of any K in the league this week.
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