justice's Team Put the Stamp on BBoys

Week 2

  • justice's Team
  • 1-1
  • Weekly Grade: A
  • 100.18
  • BBoys
  • 0-2
  • Weekly Grade: C
  • 79.96

There's a lot of talk at the water cooler this morning about the performance of justice's Team this past weekend. Rightfully so, as they got the second-highest point total in the league this week and beat BBoys 100.18 to 79.96. BBoys failed to live up to expectations and scored only 91.6% of a projected 87.25, while justice's Team scored 19.5% more points than projected (83.84). BBoys was led by the tag team of Aaron Rodgers, with 22.26 points, and the New England Patriots Defense, who scored 13.00. Both teams left points off the scoreboard in this one, as justice's Team started two players with zero points and BBoys also served up one. justice's Team (1-1, 167.90 points) shifts into sixth place while BBoys (0-2, 166.52 points) stays in eighth place.

Top Players

    • Antonio Brown
    • 27.50
    • Aaron Rodgers
    • 22.26
    • Eli Manning
    • 19.98
    • Latavius Murray
    • 14.70

Smooth Moves by justice's Team

  • With 27.50 points, Antonio Brown ranked fifth in the league in scoring.
  • With 14.70 points, Latavius Murray ranked second in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.
  • Even with two starters scoring zero points, justice's Team was still able to win.
  • The Kansas City Chiefs Defense scored 11.00 points and beat their scoring projection by 192.5%, which led the matchup.
  • Those were the projections? We thought that was the starting point. 6 of the 9 starters on justice's Team exceeded their projected points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • We searched your league's browser history, and guess who studied our articles? justice's Team did, 100.18 times.
  • Well, that's embarrassing. Left Tom Brady on the bench, where he ranked fourth in the league in scoring with 28.24 points.
  • 5 of the 9 starters scored less than their projected points.
  • Left Martavis Bryant in the starting lineup, where he didn't score any points.
  • The 6.20 points scored by Marshawn Lynch was just 47.6% of his 13.02-point projection.

What If

  • If justice's Team played BBoys every week, they would be 1-1 this season.
  • justice's Team would have beaten seven other teams besides BBoys this week.
  • justice's Team would be 9-9 if they played every team every week.
  • BBoys would have lost to four other teams besides justice's Team this week.
  • Timing really is everything. justice's Team would have lost to BBoys 86.56 - 67.72 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played every team every week, BBoys would be 7-11.

Game Notes

  • justice's Team had the second-highest point total in the league this week.
  • Mark Ingram was a bright spot for BBoys in the loss with 9.80 points, the sixth-highest RB score in the league this week.
  • The second-greatest total score by WRs on a single team this week came from justice's Team. Their WRs combined to score 41.80 points.
  • The New England Patriots Defense tried to help BBoys in the loss, beating their scoring projection by 54.0% and scoring 13.00 points versus an 8.44-point projection.
  • Joseph Randle failed to meet his projected point total, scoring only 6.50 points of his projected 10.62.
  • BBoys failed to reach their projected total, while justice's Team exceeded their scoring projection.
justice's Team
  • Points by NFL Position
  • Top Players by Points
  • Game Flow
  • Projected vs Actual Point

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