Week 12

War Pony
4-8 125
117.39
Weekly
Grade
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VS
proj
WarEagle
106 5-7
134.05
War Pony
WarEagle
WarEagle come up short of predictions, lose to War Pony, 125.00-106.00
WarEagle failed to rise to the occasion, falling short of their projected point total, as War Pony emerged victorious with a 125.00-106.00 win. WarEagle took an 8.55-point lead on Thursday, but War Pony held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Joe Mixon (32.3 points) and Justin Herbert (26.75). Kirk Cousins (21.9 points) and Daniel Carlson (21) carried the flag for WarEagle in the loss. War Pony (4-8) will look to maintain their winning ways against Brewmasters, while WarEagle (5-7) will try to develop some positive momentum against Redlegs.
Top Player Comparison
War Pony
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.
Pts
% of total points 125
1
Joe Mixon
RB
32.3
16.58
25.8%
2
Justin Herbert
QB
26.75
28.63
21.4%
3
Kendrick Bourne
WR
23.1
9.27
18.5%
4
T.J. Hockenson
TE
12.5
12.47
10%
WarEagle
.
.
Pts
% of total points 106
1
Kirk Cousins
QB
21.9
24.51
20.7%
2
Daniel Carlson
K
21
8.71
19.8%
3
Boston Scott
RB
13.2
10.67
12.5%
4
Marquise Brown
WR
13.1
15.6
12.4%
Matchup Highlights
Thursday
Daniel Carlson had a 56-yard field goal for WarEagle, helping WarEagle to a 33.10-24.55 lead.
Sunday Early
Kendrick Bourne had a 41-yard touchdown catch for War Pony, contributing to an 84.95-71.00 lead for the team.
Sunday Late
Kirk Cousins had a 20-yard touchdown pass for WarEagle, who trailed 114.00-92.90 after the late afternoon round of games.
Matchup Player of the Week
The Ravens defense overachieved for the third time this season, scoring 11 points against their 6.92-point projection. During a 16-10 win over the Browns, they allowed only 10 points, surrendered 262 yards, and forced 2 fumbles. The Ravens defense will face the Steelers next week.
The Baltimore Ravens defense
Points By Position
War Pony
WarEagle
What If
War Pony would have beaten five other teams besides WarEagle this week.
WarEagle would have lost to 10 other teams besides War Pony this week.
If they played WarEagle every week, War Pony would be 5-7 this season.
Last week, WarEagle would have beaten War Pony 126.75-113.45.
War Pony would be 4-7 if they played the same schedule (excluding head-to-head matchups) as WarEagle.
If they played the same schedule (excluding head-to-head matchups) as War Pony, WarEagle would be 6-5.
If War Pony had played every team in the league each week, they would be 60-96.
If they played every team every week, WarEagle would be 76-80.
Coach Talk
War Pony
You know what, War Pony, we do certainly admire the confidence. Deploying not one, but TWO starters with zero points (Kadarius Toney and Mark Ingram II), while still getting the W... that's borderline cocky. Try those shenanigans next week against Brewmasters and we'll be toast!
WarEagle
Unless WarEagle wants to go diva-mode on us, then "not seeing enough looks" isn't really an excuse this time around. Our five pass-catchers (three WR and two TE) were targeted a grand total of 28 times in Week 12. Chemistry could be an issue, as that group pulled down only 17 receptions.

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