The Dynasty (ID# 111172)

Brian's Boss Team Puts the Kibosh on Raucousfeskateers

Week 1

  • Brian's Boss Team
  • 164.86 pts, 1-0
  • Weekly Grade
  • Raucousfeskateers
  • 124.26 pts, 0-1
  • Weekly Grade

Brian's Boss Team is probably a huge fan of Drew Brees right now, who posted the second-highest player point total in the league this week with 42.42 points, leading to a 164.86 to 124.26 victory over Raucousfeskateers. While each team met their expectations, Brian's Boss Team scored 15.7% more than a projected 142.46 points to get the win. DeMarco Murray led Raucousfeskateers with 22.70 points while Jeremy Langford brought in 14.30. Brian's Boss Team (1-0) kicks off the campaign in third place while Raucousfeskateers (0-1) begins in eighth place.

Top Players

    • Drew Brees
    • 42.42
    • DeAngelo Williams
    • 35.10
    • DeMarco Murray
    • 22.70
    • Kelvin Benjamin
    • 21.10

Smooth Moves by Brian's Boss Team

  • Brian's Boss Team scored massive brownie points with the Toyota Hall of Fame this week. Too bad brownie points don't count as real points. Not that you need help.
  • Drew Brees put up 42.42 points, which was the second-highest score in the league this week.
  • DeAngelo Williams seemed to take offense to this week's projected points. He ranked fourth in the league in scoring and beat his scoring projection by 116.1%, the seventh-highest percentage in the league.
  • The 17.00 points scored by Dan Bailey, who Brian's Boss Team picked up this week, beat his projected point total of 9.43 by 80.3%.
  • Look, there in the sky. Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it's just Kelvin Benjamin posterizing opponents. He had the 10th-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 21.10 points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • It's okay to regret not taking a sick day to study the Toyota Hall of Fame's articles. But it's not okay to do it again.
  • Left Eli Manning on the bench, where he led the team in scoring with 24.28 points.
  • Brian's Boss Team had a better day at the QB position, topping Raucousfeskateers 42.42 - 9.96.
  • Our kicker can beat up your kicker. Raucousfeskateers got outscored 17.00 - 8.00 by Brian's Boss Team at the K position.
  • Raucousfeskateers lost despite having only 5 of their 10 starters score less than their projected points.

What If

  • Besides Raucousfeskateers, Brian's Boss Team would have defeated six other teams this week.
  • If Brian's Boss Team had scored 16.95 more points, they would have beaten all teams in the league this week.
  • Besides Brian's Boss Team, Raucousfeskateers would have been defeated by five other teams this week.
  • If Raucousfeskateers had scored 10.85 fewer points, they would have lost to all teams in the league this week.

Game Notes

  • Brian's Boss Team won by 40.60 points, covering the 20.80-point spread.
  • Brian's Boss Team had two starters score more points than the highest-scoring starter for Raucousfeskateers.
  • The WRs from Raucousfeskateers scored the fewest points of any team in the league this week, with only 31.80 points.
  • Even in the loss, the 22.70 points scored by DeMarco Murray was the ninth-highest score of any RB in the league this week.
  • Travis Kelce put up the fifth-best TE score in the league with 13.40 points this week.
  • The second-largest score by RBs on a single team this week came from Brian's Boss Team. Their RBs combined to score 54.90 points.
  • Jeremy Langford tried to help Raucousfeskateers in the loss, beating his scoring projection by 46.7% and scoring 14.30 points versus a 9.75-point projection.
  • Todd Gurley failed to meet his projected point total, scoring only 5.20 points of his projected 17.13.
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