Week 9

Hard Targets
4-5 144
142.4
Weekly
Grade
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VS
proj
Norman Nobodies
113.8 2-7
126.94
Hard Targets
Norman Nobodies
Hard Targets hand Norman Nobodies sixth consecutive loss in 144.00-113.80 rout
Hard Targets cruised to a 144.00-113.80 victory to hand Norman Nobodies their sixth consecutive loss. Hard Targets pulled out to a 20.85-point lead early Sunday afternoon behind Drew Lock (36.35 points) and Tyreek Hill (33.1) and never looked back. John Brown (8 Rec, 99 Rec Yds) and Daniel Jones (212 Pass Yds, 1 Pass TD) carried the flag for Norman Nobodies in defeat. Hard Targets (4-5) will look to keep it rolling against Lucky Enuf, while Norman Nobodies (2-7) attempt to get back on track against DARC NARC.
Top Player Comparison
Hard Targets
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.
Pts
% of total points 144
1
Drew Lock
QB
36.35
21.81
25.2%
2
Tyreek Hill
WR
33.1
17.21
23%
3
James Robinson
RB
15.9
16.26
11%
4
Evan Engram
TE
15.8
10.84
11%
Norman Nobodies
.
.
Pts
% of total points 113.8
1
John Brown
WR
17.9
11.11
15.7%
2
Daniel Jones
QB
17
22.78
14.9%
3
Duke Johnson
RB
15.3
7.41
13.4%
4
Jonnu Smith
TE
11.2
10.45
9.8%
Matchup Highlights
Sunday Early
Both teams had players with highlight-reel moments early Sunday, but it was Hard Targets who took the lead, 111.25-90.40. Drew Lock had a 20-yard touchdown pass and a 41-yard pass for Hard Targets, while Tyreek Hill had a 28-yard touchdown catch. Daniel Jones made the highlight reel for Norman Nobodies with a 50-yard pass.
Sunday Late
Hunter Renfrow had a 53-yard catch for Hard Targets to contribute to a 141.00-105.80 lead for the team.
Matchup Player of the Week
Hill (9 Rec, 113 Rec Yds, 2 Rec TDs) scored 33.1 points against the Panthers in Week 9. His scoring output nearly doubled his 17.21-point projection and was much higher than his 19.47-point season scoring average. Hill ranks #18 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Raiders next week.
Tyreek Hill
Points By Position
Hard Targets
Norman Nobodies
Game Notes
Hard Targets got the win even though only three of their 11 starting players scored higher than their projected point totals.
Norman Nobodies had only five of their 11 starters score higher than their projected points.
Hard Targets put up more points than their season scoring average (135.81) while Norman Nobodies fell short of theirs (124.62).
Hard Targets put up more points than their projected total, while Norman Nobodies failed to reach their projection.
Not only did Hard Targets get the win, but they also covered the 15.46-point projected margin of victory.
Hard Targets moves to (1-3) in blowout games this year, while Norman Nobodies falls to (1-5).
Coach Talk
Hard Targets
The key to success in football is taking advantage of the mismatches. Our team found one this past week and doubled up Norman Nobodies at the quarterback position (36.35 points to 17).
Norman Nobodies
I'd suggest that use this last matchup as a learning experience and start thinking about in Week 10, Norman Nobodies. Get familiar with what the Yahoo! Fantasy Experts are saying and deploy the most-potent lineup possible next week.

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