That pregame pep talk must have worked. Ben's Boss Team scored more points in this matchup (103.86) than their season average (96.9).
We heard scoring helps you win. Ben's Boss Team are doing a better job of that, averaging 96.9 versus #12's 84.16.
"Winning isn't everything" was probably said by someone who lost. Ben's Boss Team (6-3) have a better record than #12 (3-6).
Even the computers think Ben's Boss Team have better players. They have a higher projected points average (96.07) than #12 (89.91).
In dire times, at least Ben's Boss Team keep it close. They've been blown out less times than #12 (3 vs 6).
Ben's Boss Team see projections as no real threat. They've got more upset wins this season (1) than #12 (0).
Ben's Boss Team have the clutch gene, with more close wins than #12 (1 vs 0).
Ben's Boss Team should change their team name to "The Overachievers" since they have beat their projection in more weeks than #12 (5 vs 2).
Ben's Boss Team have started more fantasy players who beat their projection than #12 (38 vs 28).
By position, Ben's Boss Team have outscored #12 at RB, TE, and DEF this season.
Ben's Boss Team has a higher average scoring margin (0) than #12 this season (-15).
The starters for Ben's Boss Team had more big plays in their NFL games this week (3) than the starters for #12 (0).
There's not much good to say about #12 this week. Maybe they'll get their act together, and we'll see something different next week!