Consolation: Turd Ferguson Beats Death by Jah!

Week 16

  • Turd Ferguson
  • 9-4
  • Weekly Grade: A
  • 136.78
  • Death by Jah!
  • 10-3
  • Weekly Grade: C+
  • 98.24

Turd Ferguson took advantage of 27.50 points from Brandon Marshall and 26.60 from Allen Hurns to beat Death by Jah! 136.78 to 98.24. This makes it two in a row for Turd Ferguson against Death by Jah!. Their last matchup was a 116.90 to 72.20 shellacking in Week 7.

Top Players

    • Brandon Marshall
    • 27.50
    • Allen Hurns
    • 26.60
    • Matthew Stafford
    • 21.14
    • Devonta Freeman
    • 16.50

Smooth Moves by Turd Ferguson

  • Brandon Marshall seemed to take offense to this week's projected points. He ranked sixth in the league in scoring and beat his scoring projection by 99.3%, the seventh-highest percentage in the league.
  • Allen Hurns beat his scoring projection by a matchup-leading 140.9% and scored the seventh-most points in the league with 26.60.
  • Devonta Freeman put the team on his back with 16.50 points, the fifth-highest score among RBs in the league this week.
  • Rob Gronkowski had the fourth-highest TE score in the league this week with 10.60 points.
  • Apparently playing within themselves was good enough. Turd Ferguson won despite having only 4 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • The "nothing" part of Hall or Nothing seems to be confusing people this year. You want the Hall. Go for the Hall.
  • Missed out on an opportunity by leaving the 19.20 points scored by Charles Sims on the bench this week. He outperformed his projected point total by 129.4%, the fourth-highest percentage in the league.
  • Death by Jah! left the 16.70 points scored by Zach Ertz on the bench this week. He beat his projected point total by 105.9%, the sixth-highest percentage in the league.
  • Adam Vinatieri was last in the matchup in scoring, finishing below his projection for the second time this season with 4.00 points against a projected 7.59.
  • Death by Jah! had no luck at the K position, losing the point battle 10.00 - 4.00 to Turd Ferguson.

What If

  • Turd Ferguson would be 13-2 if they played Death by Jah! every week.
  • Turd Ferguson would have beaten six other teams besides Death by Jah! this week.
  • Were they resting their players for this week? Turd Ferguson would have defeated Death by Jah! 141.80 - 125.66 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Death by Jah!, Turd Ferguson would be 12-1.
  • If Turd Ferguson had played every team in the league each week, they would be 121-40.
  • In addition to Turd Ferguson, Death by Jah! would have lost to just two other teams this week.
  • Death by Jah! would be 4-9 if they played the same schedule as Turd Ferguson.
  • Death by Jah! would be 70-91 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • Three of the five losses for Death by Jah! this season have come when their opponent scores higher than their season average.
  • The 136.78 points by Turd Ferguson led the league. It is the third time they have led the league in scoring this season.
  • The manager of Turd Ferguson was probably the person who destroyed the curve on every test in school. They scored 136.78 points against a projected 125.22 and beat their scoring projection for the 10th time this season, including the last four weeks in a row.
  • With a combined 68.20 points from their WRs, Turd Ferguson got their highest combined scoring output from the WR position this season.
  • Two of the starters for Turd Ferguson scored higher than the leading scorer for Death by Jah!.
  • The score put up by Death by Jah! was the largest among losing teams in the league this week.
  • Turd Ferguson outdid their projection in the win, while Death by Jah! came in under their point expectation. Turd Ferguson is now 8-2 when overachieving, while Death by Jah! falls to 5-3 when failing to reach their projection.
  • The 38.54-point margin of victory by Turd Ferguson was the second-biggest win in the league this week.
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