Powered by Automated Insights In It To Win It Gets Late Win Against DEATH SCYTHE to Move into Second Place
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In It To Win It (3-1, 441.92 points) took advantage of the third-highest point total of the week from Philip Rivers to beat DEATH SCYTHE (1-3, 352.40 points) 111.74 - 93.78 in a battle of lead changes. DEATH SCYTHE took control first, up 75.08 - 42.20 after the initial set of Sunday games. After the late Sunday games, they lost that lead and fell behind 87.34 - 75.08. By the end of the Sunday night game, the lead flipped yet again and DEATH SCYTHE went up 93.78 - 87.34. In It To Win It closed it out with a comeback on Monday night, thanks to 22.00 points from Jimmy Graham.
Smooth Moves by In It To Win It
- Jimmy Graham had 22.00 points, the second-highest TE score of the week and the seventh-highest TE score in the league this season.
- Adrian Peterson had the best RB score of the week and the fourth-highest RB score in the league this season with 26.00 points.
- In It To Win It saw their third-largest single-week point total by a player this season with Philip Rivers scoring 27.04 points. The score was also high enough to rank third in the league.
- Took Michael Vick out of the starting lineup, who scored 14.02 points on the bench, fewer than the starting QB.
- The 15.10 points scored by Knowshon Moreno outpaced his 8.81-point scoring projection by 71.3%.
Toyota Missed Opportunities by DEATH SCYTHE
- Did not start Tony Gonzalez, who scored 26.90 points and beat his projected point total by 264.1%, which was the highest percentage in the league.
- With 0.60 points, Kyle Rudolph was last in the matchup in scoring and got only 12.0% of his projected point total, which is his lowest percentage of the season.
- DEATH SCYTHE was dominated at the TE position, scoring 0.60 points versus the 22.00 for In It To Win It.
- It was a bad week at RB for DEATH SCYTHE, who was outscored at the position 41.10 - 20.50 by In It To Win It.
- With a season-low 1.70 points versus a projected 6.93, Golden Tate failed to meet his projection for the third time this season.
- In It To Win It would be 3-1 if they played DEATH SCYTHE every week.
- In It To Win It would have beaten six other teams besides DEATH SCYTHE this week.
- In It To Win It would be 2-1 if they played the same schedule as DEATH SCYTHE.
- If In It To Win It had played every team in the league each week, they would be 23-13.
- DEATH SCYTHE would have lost to four other teams besides In It To Win It this week.
- Had they played each other last week, In It To Win It would have lost to DEATH SCYTHE 124.40 - 95.24.
- If they played the same schedule as In It To Win It, DEATH SCYTHE would be 1-2.
- If they played every team every week, DEATH SCYTHE would be 13-23.
- Three of the starters for In It To Win It scored higher than the leading scorer for DEATH SCYTHE.
- Although DEATH SCYTHE lost, they did put up the sixth-highest score for a losing team in the league this season.
- The margin of victory of 17.96 points was the smallest in the league this week.
- In It To Win It got their lowest combined scoring output from the WR position this season with only 14.60 points this week.
- In It To Win It beat their projected points and now have a 3-0 record when beating their projection, while DEATH SCYTHE falls to 1-1 when exceeding their expected point total.
- Kenbrell Thompkins was on the losing team, but still had the seventh-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 18.70 points.
- DEATH SCYTHE could not pull out the win, but Marshawn Lynch did perform well with the ninth-best RB score in the league this week, scoring 18.30 points.
- In It To Win It won without much help from Josh Gordon, who had season-lows in both points scored and in scoring only 76.4% of his projected point total.
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