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Week 15

Michael Scott
8-7 180.26
155.11
Weekly
Grade
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VS
proj
Quarter Chubb
130.2 0-15
136.14
Michael Scott
Quarter Chubb
Michael Scott hand Quarter Chubb 14th consecutive loss in 180.26-130.20 rout
Michael Scott cruised to a 180.26-130.20 victory to hand Quarter Chubb their 14th consecutive loss to open the season. Quarter Chubb grabbed an 11.28-point lead on Saturday behind DJ Moore, but Michael Scott held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Kyler Murray (67.76 points) and Kirk Cousins (42.1). Lamar Jackson (52.7 points) and Cam Newton (22.42) carried the flag for Quarter Chubb in the loss. This marks the second time this season Michael Scott have knocked off Quarter Chubb, after winning 178.46-82.08 in their last matchup. Michael Scott improve to 8-7 for the season, while Quarter Chubb fall to 0-15.
Top Player Comparison
Michael Scott
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Pts
% of total points 180.26
1
Kyler Murray
QB
67.76
41.67
37.6%
2
Kirk Cousins
QB
42.1
41.38
23.4%
3
The Baltimore Ravens defense
DEF
18
15.88
10%
4
Derrick Henry
RB
15.08
12.96
8.4%
Quarter Chubb
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.
Pts
% of total points 130.2
1
Lamar Jackson
QB
52.7
38.57
40.5%
2
Cam Newton
QB
22.42
33.44
17.2%
3
Rodrigo Blankenship
K
20
13.95
15.4%
4
DJ Moore
WR
11.28
9.69
8.7%
Matchup Highlights
Saturday
DJ Moore had a 40-yard catch for Quarter Chubb, contributing to an 11.28-0.00 lead for the team.
Sunday Early
Both teams had players with highlight-reel moments early Sunday, after which Quarter Chubb had a 117.24-99.66 lead. For Michael Scott, Kirk Cousins had a 20-yard touchdown pass. Lamar Jackson had a 44-yard pass for Quarter Chubb, while Rodrigo Blankenship had a 53-yard field goal.
Sunday Late
Kyler Murray had a 20-yard touchdown pass and a 45-yard pass for Michael Scott, while Robert Woods had a 40-yard run, helping Michael Scott to a 180.26-123.24 lead.
Matchup Player of the Week
Murray passed for 406 yards , ran for 29 yards and scored 4 touchdowns as the Cardinals beat the Eagles 33-26. In doing so, he put up 67.76 points and scored 62.6% higher than his scoring projection, the highest percentage of any player on Michael Scott this week. Next week, Murray will face the 49ers.
Kyler Murray
Points By Position
Michael Scott
Quarter Chubb
StatSmack
One's a data point, Two's a trend. In their two head-to-head wins against Quarter Chubb, Michael Scott averaged more points (179.36) than they usually score (162.34).
Everybody can't be a winner, especially if you're Quarter Chubb. They've lost 14 in a row.
We heard scoring helps you win. Quarter Chubb need some help then, averaging just 107.17 versus Michael Scott's 162.34.
As Herm Edwards once said, "You play to win the game!" Michael Scott (8-7) have a better record than Quarter Chubb (0-15).
Even the machines think Michael Scott have better players. They have a higher projected points average (166.52) than Quarter Chubb (131.91).
You won't win many matchups if you don't play. Michael Scott has left fewer points on the bench this season (788.76) than Quarter Chubb (1,161).
Michael Scott don't let their opponents come within striking distance. They've got more blowout wins this season than Quarter Chubb (4 vs 0).
Michael Scott see projections as no real threat. They've got more upset wins this season (1) than Quarter Chubb (0).
Michael Scott are clutch masters, with more close wins than Quarter Chubb (1 vs 0).
Michael Scott should change their team name to "The Overachievers" since they have beat their projection in more matchups than Quarter Chubb (8 vs 3).
Michael Scott have started more fantasy players who beat their projected score than Quarter Chubb (64 vs 39).
By position, Michael Scott have outscored Quarter Chubb at QB, RB, WR, TE, and DEF this season.
The starters for Michael Scott had more big plays in their NFL games this week (6) than the starters for Quarter Chubb (4).
Hey Quarter Chubb, maybe you'll have better luck next year!
Coach Talk
Michael Scott
You know what, Michael Scott, we do appreciate the confidence. It takes moxie to start, not one, but TWO players with zero points (Zane Gonzalez and Michael Thomas), while still earning a win.
Quarter Chubb
All of the cake, none of the icing: The four starting offensive skill players on Quarter Chubb (three WRs, zero RB, one TE) combined to record a whopping 277 yards from scrimmage. None of those starters could find his way to the end zone in Week 15.

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