Week 10

Dirty Hippies
4-6 172.6
146.95
Weekly
Grade
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VS
proj
Whackers
86.85 1-9
113.24
Dirty Hippies
Whackers
Dirty Hippies hand Whackers third straight loss in 172.60-86.85 rout
Dirty Hippies rolled to a 172.60-86.85 win to hand Whackers their third straight loss. Dirty Hippies pulled out to a 30.8-point lead early Sunday afternoon behind Matthew Stafford (31.8 points) and Marvin Jones Jr. (23.6) and never gave it up. Cole Beasley (27.9 points) and Matt Prater (16) led the charge for Whackers in the loss. Dirty Hippies (4-6) will look to rack up another W against Lucky Enuf, while Whackers (1-9) will attempt to right the ship against DARC NARC.
Top Player Comparison
Dirty Hippies
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.
Pts
% of total points 172.6
1
Matthew Stafford
QB
31.8
23.4
18.4%
2
Marvin Jones Jr.
WR
23.6
13.61
13.7%
3
Justin Jefferson
WR
21.5
13.16
12.5%
4
Chase Claypool
WR
21.3
14.31
12.3%
Whackers
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.
Pts
% of total points 86.85
1
Cole Beasley
WR
27.9
11.58
32.1%
2
Matt Prater
K
16
8.61
18.4%
3
Nick Mullens
QB
14.65
19.71
16.9%
4
Jamaal Williams
RB
8.5
10.82
9.8%
Matchup Highlights
Sunday Early
There were players with big-time plays for both teams early Sunday, after which Dirty Hippies emerged with a 63.80-33.00 lead. Matthew Stafford connected with Marvin Jones Jr. for a 27-yard touchdown pass for Dirty Hippies. Stafford also lit up the scoreboard with a 55-yard touchdown pass. Matt Prater made the highlight reel for Whackers with a 59-yard field goal and a 53-yard field goal.
Sunday Late
Both teams had players with big-time moments on Sunday afternoon, after which Dirty Hippies emerged with a 123.00-86.85 lead. For Dirty Hippies, Brandon McManus had a 50-yard field goal. Cole Beasley made the highlight reel for Whackers with a 22-yard touchdown catch.
Sunday Night
Jakobi Meyers had a 24-yard touchdown pass for Dirty Hippies, helping the team to a 141.10-86.85 lead.
Monday
Justin Jefferson had a 54-yard catch for Dirty Hippies on Monday night, helping to add to the margin of victory for the team.
Matchup Player of the Week
While catching 8 passes for 96 yards and a touchdown against the Football Team, Jones Jr. registered 23.6 points this week. His scoring output was 73.4% more than his 13.61-point projection and was much higher than his 10.34-point season scoring average. Jones Jr. will face the Panthers next week.
Marvin Jones Jr.
Points By Position
Dirty Hippies
Whackers
StatSmack
Dirty Hippies must have eaten their Wheaties this morning. They scored more in this matchup (172.6) than their season average (135.23).
Everybody can't be a winner, especially if you're Whackers. They've dropped their last three matchups.
We heard scoring helps you win. Whackers need some help then, averaging just 120.67 versus Dirty Hippies's 135.23.
"Winning isn't everything" was probably said by someone who lost. Dirty Hippies (4-6) have a better record than Whackers (1-9).
Even the machines think Dirty Hippies have a better lineup. They have a higher projected points average (148.04) than Whackers (120.59).
Dirty Hippies don't let their opponents come within striking distance. They've got more blowout wins this season than Whackers (2 vs 1).
By position, Dirty Hippies have outscored Whackers at QB, RB, WR, and TE this season.
The starters for Dirty Hippies had more big plays in their NFL games this week (6) than the starters for Whackers (3).
Don't worry Whackers, just because you lost doesn't mean it's all over. But you really should have won. Give that a whirl next week!
Coach Talk
Dirty Hippies
Hey, the key to football is exploiting the mismatches. We really took that to heart this week by royally dominating Whackers at the wide receiver position (94.6 points to 36.4).
Whackers
Welp, we certainly can't complain about a shortage of opportunities this week, can we? As a group, our pass-catching corps (five WR and one TE) collectively received a grand total of 31 targets in Week 10. Those players might need to get some extra reps with the JUGS machine, considering they notched only 17 receptions.

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