Powered by Automated Insights Justin's Team Gets Victory over Stop being a Romo
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Justin's Team took advantage of two big performances from Tony Romo (24.70 points) and Jimmy Graham (23.20) to beat Stop being a Romo 83.75 - 78.04. Both sides fell short of expectations, but Justin's Team scored 93.6% of a projected 89.49 points to pick up the win. Drew Brees racked up the highest score in the league this week with 32.89 points for Stop being a Romo. The margin could have been larger, Justin's Team had a starter score zero points (Hakeem Nicks). Justin's Team (2-1, 244.97 points) climbs into fourth place while Stop being a Romo (1-2, 241.67 points) stays in sixth place.
Smooth Moves by Justin's Team
- Jimmy Graham scored 23.20 points, the second-highest TE score of the week and the second-highest TE score in the league this season.
- The 11.00 points scored by Stephen Gostkowski was the second-highest K score of the week and is the second-highest K score in the league this season.
- The 24.70 points scored by Tony Romo ranked seventh in the league in scoring. It is the highest output of any player on Justin's Team this season.
- Justin's Team won even with Hakeem Nicks in the starting lineup, who didn't score any points.
- Justin's Team was still able to pull out a win with only 3 of their 8 starters exceeding their projected points.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Stop being a Romo
- Should have started the Arizona Cardinals Defense, which underachieved, but still had more points than the starting DEF with 5.00 against a projected 6.68.
- Stevan Ridley scored 2.65 points against a projected 7.89 and has now underachieved in every game this season.
- At the DEF position, Stop being a Romo got outscored by Justin's Team 11.00 - 3.00.
- The Denver Broncos Defense had a season-low 3.00 points against a projected 9.79 and scored below their projection for the first time this season.
- After a season-low 4.80 points against a projected 11.08, Darren Sproles has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
- Justin's Team would be 2-1 if they played Stop being a Romo every week.
- Besides Stop being a Romo, Justin's Team would have defeated five other teams this week.
- If they played the same schedule as Stop being a Romo, Justin's Team would be 1-1.
- If Justin's Team had played every team in the league each week, they would be 14-13.
- Stop being a Romo would have lost to three other teams besides Justin's Team this week.
- Justin's Team would have lost to Stop being a Romo 94.09 - 88.41 had they played each other last week.
- If they played the same schedule as Justin's Team, Stop being a Romo would be 1-1.
- If they played every team every week, Stop being a Romo would be 14-13.
- C.J. Spiller had a season-low 1.00 point against a projected 9.17 in the win and has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
- Although Stop being a Romo lost, they did put up the fifth-highest score for a losing team in the league this season.
- The margin of victory of 5.71 points was the smallest in the league this week.
- With 3.20 points, Justin's Team got the lowest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this week.
- In the loss, Drew Brees scored 32.89 points to lead the league, the highest score of any player on Stop being a Romo this season.
- Stop being a Romo could not close out the win even with the help of Julio Jones, who scored 10.60 points, the ninth-highest score among all WRs in the league for the week.
- The win by Justin's Team was achieved despite having Vincent Jackson put up a season-low 3.20 points, and underachieve for the second time this season.
- Stop being a Romo got 25.70 points from their WRs, the second-highest combined scoring output from the WR position for any team this week.
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