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    Los Carpinchos Punishes RWHS 18, Moves Up to Third Place

    Week 8

    • Los Carpinchos
    • 5-3
    • Weekly Grade: A-
    • 129.24
    • RWHS 18
    • 3-5
    • Weekly Grade: C
    • 89.29

    Los Carpinchos picked up the third-highest score by a player this week (35.30 points) from Arian Foster and eviscerated RWHS 18 129.24 to 89.29. RWHS 18 can't find any answers and is on a four-game losing streak. Peyton Manning led RWHS 18 with 29.44 points while Justin Tucker brought in 15.00. Los Carpinchos (5-3, 829.46 points) climbs into third place while RWHS 18 (3-5, 701.68 points) stays in ninth place.

    Top Players

      • Arian Foster
      • 35.30
      • Drew Brees
      • 31.04
      • Peyton Manning
      • 29.44
      • Justin Tucker
      • 15.00

    Smooth Moves by Los Carpinchos

    • With 15.00 points, Stephen Gostkowski had the highest score for a K in the league this week.
    • Arian Foster ranked third in the league in scoring and had the highest output of any player on Los Carpinchos this season with 35.30 points.
    • Drew Brees ranked sixth in the league in scoring with 31.04 points, his highest output of the season.
    • Wisely sat Tony Romo this week, who had 14.46 points, the lowest QB score on the team.
    • With only 4 of their 9 starters beating their projected points, Los Carpinchos was still able to win.

    Toyota Roster Tune-up

    • RWHS 18 should get prescription glasses. At least we assume that's why they didn't bother reading the expert articles from the Toyota Hall Of Fame.
    • It's times like these when it's important to support your players when they're down. So move the mouse pointer away from the DROP button. Julius Thomas scored a season-low 2.30 points, 20.1% of his projected 11.44, which is his lowest percentage of the year.
    • Note to self: don't start a player when they're going to have their worst game of the season. Wes Welker had a season-low 0.50 points against a projected 4.63 and underachieved for the third time this season.
    • Hate to point fingers for why a team loses, but RIGHT HERE. Marques Colston had a season-low 4.90 points against a projected 7.71 and scored below his projection for the fifth time this season.
    • 5 of the 9 starters scored less than their projected points.

    What If

    • Los Carpinchos would be 6-2 if they played RWHS 18 every week.
    • Los Carpinchos would have beaten seven other teams besides RWHS 18 this week.
    • Were they resting their players for this week? Los Carpinchos would have defeated RWHS 18 95.96 - 79.12 had they played each other last week.
    • Los Carpinchos would be 5-2 if they played the same schedule as RWHS 18.
    • Los Carpinchos would be 50-38 if they played every team every week.
    • RWHS 18 would have lost to nine other teams besides Los Carpinchos this week.
    • RWHS 18 would be 4-3 if they played the same schedule as Los Carpinchos.
    • If they played every team every week, RWHS 18 would be 29-59.

    Game Notes

    • Looks like teams bring their A game when they see them on the schedule. Of the losses RWHS 18 has had, three were against opponents who topped their season scoring average that week.
    • "They ain't nothing but paper champions. That's all they are, and that's all they're ever going to be." Did Lee Flowers say that or everybody in this league? RWHS 18 scored 89.29 points against a projected 92.36 and has underachieved every week this season.
    • RWHS 18 has the longest current losing streak in the league, having lost four straight games.
    • We don't condone cheating, but this group of wide receivers might want to spray Stickum on their gloves. The 6.80 total points by the WRs on Los Carpinchos was their lowest WR output this season.
    • Los Carpinchos had two starters score more points than the highest-scoring starter for RWHS 18.
    • This is the biggest margin of defeat of the season for RWHS 18.
    • RWHS 18 lost in a blowout. They are now 1-1 in blowout matchups this year.
    • Los Carpinchos ups their record in blowout matchups to 3-0.
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