Wolverine Balls 15 (ID# 334254)

The ODB Beats A team with no name, Tacks On Third Straight Win

Week 12

  • The ODB
  • 106.54 pts, 8-4
  • Weekly Grade
  • A team with no name
  • 89 pts, 2-10
  • Weekly Grade

The ODB earned their third win in a row and clinched a playoff spot when they defeated A team with no name 106.54 to 89.00. They were led by Marcus Mariota (21.64 points) and Odell Beckham Jr. who had 21.60. The ODB has been racing to the top like a rocket during their win streak. They've moved from fourth place to second since Week 10. The ODB is averaging 134.51 points per matchup on this run. That's 122.5% of their season average, which is already the highest in the league. A team with no name goes to 2-10 and stays put in 10th place. The ODB has now blown through Power Moves (143.48 to 71.68) and Ace Lusk's Team (153.50 to 97.04).

Top Players

    • Drew Brees
    • 32.50
    • Marcus Mariota
    • 21.64
    • Odell Beckham Jr.
    • 21.60
    • Le'Veon Bell
    • 21.20

Smooth Moves by The ODB

  • Reading this matchup recap is indicative of potential Toyota Hall of Famers. You're making The ODB look really good right now.
  • Quarterbacks get the blame when the team loses and the glory when the team wins. With 21.64 points, Marcus Mariota had the fifth-highest score of any QB in the league this week and earned his praise.
  • The 21.60 points scored by Odell Beckham Jr. was the seventh-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
  • With 21.20 points, Le'Veon Bell ranked sixth in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.
  • With 11.10 points, Travis Kelce ranked third in the league this week in scoring among TEs.

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.
  • Did not start Tim Hightower, who beat his scoring projection with 16.50 points against a projected 7.49.
  • All that glitters is not gold. Picked up Zach Ertz, who scored 3.60 points against his projected 6.17.
  • With 7.00 points against a projected 10.72, Doug Martin did not meet his projection for the fifth straight game.
  • The TE position was a letdown for A team with no name, where they were outscored 11.10 - 3.60 by The ODB.

What If

  • If The ODB played A team with no name every week, they'd be 8-4 this season.
  • The ODB would have beaten six other teams besides A team with no name this week.
  • Had they played each other last week, The ODB would have defeated A team with no name 153.50 - 86.70.
  • The ODB would be 4-6 if they played the same schedule as A team with no name.
  • If The ODB had played every team in the league each week, they would be 66-42.
  • Besides The ODB, A team with no name would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as The ODB, A team with no name would be 3-7.
  • A team with no name would be 39-69 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • The loss is the sixth straight for A team with no name and extends the longest current losing streak in the league.
  • Abe Lincoln once said, "You cannot help people permanently by doing for them what they could and should do for themselves." Somebody tell Drew Brees that. His 32.50 points led the league and was the 17th-most points scored this season, but A team with no name could not get the win.
  • The ODB bested their projected points again, the sixth time this season they have done so, including a streak of three straight games.
  • The ODB covered the 7.22-point spread, winning by 17.54 points.
  • The ODB has now won three straight games.
  • The drafted players on The ODB put up 72.2% of the team's points this week.
  • The ODB overachieved in the win, improving to 5-1 when beating their projected points this season, while A team with no name falls to 0-6 when scoring below their projected points.
  • With 89.00 points, A team with no name ranked eighth in the league in scoring this week.
A team with no name
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