Powered by Automated Insights Team Awesomeness Beats Three Loons, Boots Them from Top Spot
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Team Awesomeness (eighth place, 3-4, 535.76 points) pushes Three Loons (5-2, 620.70 points) out of the top spot in the league after beating them 74.72 - 54.68. Andrew Luck put up the third-highest player point total in the league this week with 27.02 points. With this loss, Three Loons scored a meager 56.2% of their projected points, and has now failed to meet projections for three weeks running. Three Loons was led by Tony Romo with 15.88 points and the New England Patriots Defense who scored 12.00.
Smooth Moves by Team Awesomeness
- Andrew Luck ranked third in the league in scoring this week with 27.02 points. It was also the third-highest score of any player on Team Awesomeness this season.
- Demaryius Thomas ranked fifth in the league in scoring among WRs this week with 14.20 points.
- The 11.00 points scored by the Atlanta Falcons Defense were a season-high.
- Even with only 3 of the 8 starters scoring more than their projection, Team Awesomeness was still able to win.
- Team Awesomeness got the win, overcoming both of their RBs underperforming versus their projections.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by Three Loons
- Should have started Torrey Smith, who underachieved, but still had the most points of any WR on the team with 6.10 against a projected 8.55.
- With 1.10 points, Arian Foster was last on the team in scoring and got only 8.1% of his 13.66 projected points, his lowest percentage of the season.
- 7 of the 8 starters scored less than their projected points.
- Victor Cruz has now failed to reach his projection for three straight games. This week he scored 5.00 points versus a projected 12.17.
- With 3.10 points against a projected 9.99, Antonio Gates did not meet his projection for the third straight game.
- If Team Awesomeness played Three Loons every week, they would be 3-4 this season.
- Team Awesomeness would have beaten only two other teams besides Three Loons this week.
- Team Awesomeness would be 3-3 if they played the same schedule as Three Loons.
- Team Awesomeness would be 23-40 if they played every team every week.
- Three Loons would have lost to seven other teams besides Team Awesomeness this week.
- Had they played each other last week, Team Awesomeness would have lost to Three Loons 68.50 - 47.48.
- If they played the same schedule as Team Awesomeness, Three Loons would be 3-3.
- Three Loons would be 33-30 if they played every team every week.
- Team Awesomeness put up their smallest winning point total of the year.
- Team Awesomeness underachieved for the fifth time this season, including the last three weeks in a row, scoring 74.72 points against a projected 95.17 this week.
- Three Loons got their lowest combined scoring output from the RB position this season with only 10.60 points this week.
- Three Loons had their lowest output of the season with 54.68 points.
- It was the biggest loss of the season for Three Loons.
- All of the points for Team Awesomeness this week came from players they drafted.
- Team Awesomeness won despite failing to reach their projected point total, improving to 1-4 when doing so. Three Loons also failed to reach their point expectation and falls to 2-2 in such games.
- Adrian Peterson was on the winning team, but scored a season-low 5.60 points, only 29.9% of his 18.75-point projection, his lowest percentage of the season.
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