One's a data point, Two's a trend. In their two matchup wins against Manager-less Team, Red Storm averaged more points (194.92) than they usually score (183.04).
We heard scoring helps you win. Red Storm are doing a better job of that, averaging 183.04 versus Manager-less Team's 146.49.
As Herm Edwards once said, "You play to win the game!" Red Storm (9-5) have a better record than Manager-less Team (5-9).
Even the machines think Red Storm have a better-constructed roster. Their projected average points is higher (187.95) than Manager-less Team (152.68).
You won't win many weeks if you don't play. Red Storm has left fewer points on the bench this season (776.58) than Manager-less Team (1,233.5).
Once Red Storm put their foot on the gas, they don't let up. They've got more blowout wins this season than Manager-less Team (2 vs 0).
Red Storm are better at closing games out, with fewer close losses than Manager-less Team (0 vs 2).
Red Storm should change their team name to "The Overachievers" since they have scored higher than projected in more weeks than Manager-less Team (6 vs 4).
By position, Red Storm have outscored Manager-less Team at QB, WR, TE, and K this season.
Red Storm don’t just win, they win BIG, with an average margin of victory of 23 points, third-highest in the league.
The starters for Red Storm had more big plays in their NFL games this week (5) than the starters for Manager-less Team (1).
The postseason awaits Red Storm. They've clinched a playoff spot while Manager-less Team are currently looking forward to next season.
Don't worry Manager-less Team, just because you lost doesn't mean it's all over. But you really should have won. Give that a whirl next week!