Week 11

Flash
7-4 131.7
76.73
Weekly
Grade
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VS
proj
Kayfabe
95.76 5-6
107.98
Flash
Kayfabe
Flash top Kayfabe for fifth straight win in 131.70-95.76 landslide
Flash extended their win streak to five games with a dominant win over Kayfabe, rolling to a 131.70-95.76 victory. Kayfabe jumped out to a 22.50-point lead on Thursday behind impressive performances from Nick Folk (16 points) and Damien Harris (6.5). But it was all Flash after that. They were led by Jonathan Taylor (56.4 points) and Elijah Moore (24.6). Flash (7-4) will look to keep it rolling against AvengerRam, while Kayfabe (5-6) try to develop some positive momentum against Max.
Top Player Comparison
Flash
.
.
Pts
% of total points 131.7
1
Jonathan Taylor
RB
56.4
16.19
42.8%
2
Elijah Moore
WR
24.6
7.33
18.7%
3
Zach Ertz
TE
20.8
6.85
15.8%
4
Deebo Samuel
WR
15.4
11.78
11.7%
Kayfabe
.
.
Pts
% of total points 95.76
1
Christian McCaffrey
RB
17.9
17.11
18.7%
2
Nick Folk
K
16
8.95
16.7%
3
Adam Thielen
WR
14.2
9.56
14.8%
4
George Kittle
TE
9.4
10.71
9.8%
Matchup Highlights
Thursday
Nick Folk had a 53-yard field goal for Kayfabe, helping Kayfabe to a 22.50-0.00 lead.
Sunday Early
Both teams had players with big-time plays early Sunday, after which Flash emerged with a 110.90-81.40 lead. Jonathan Taylor had a 23-yard touchdown catch and a 40-yard run for Flash, while Elijah Moore had a 62-yard touchdown catch. Christian McCaffrey made the highlight reel for Kayfabe with a 27-yard touchdown catch.
Matchup Player of the Week
While catching 8 passes for 88 yards and 2 touchdowns against the Seahawks, Ertz put up 20.8 points this week. His scoring output more-than-tripled his 6.85-point projection and was much higher than his 6.54-point season scoring average. Ertz ranks #99 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Bears next week.
Zach Ertz
Points By Position
Flash
Kayfabe
StatSmack
That pregame pep talk must have worked. Flash scored more points in this matchup (131.7) than their season average (115.97).
Flash are on a roll, with victories in five straight matchups.
We heard scoring helps you win. Flash are doing a better job of that, averaging 115.97 versus Kayfabe's 91.76.
You can't win if you don't play. Kayfabe has left more points on the bench this season (486.23) than Flash (266.95).
Flash don't let their opponents come within striking distance. They've got more blowout wins this season than Kayfabe (6 vs 0).
Flash laugh in the face of danger. They've got more upset wins this season (1) than Kayfabe (0).
Flash should change their team name to "The Overachievers" since they have beat their projection in more weeks than Kayfabe (7 vs 3).
Flash have started more fantasy players who beat their projected score than Kayfabe (51 vs 42).
By position, Flash have outscored Kayfabe at QB, RB, WR, and TE this season.
Flash don’t just win, they win BIG, with an average margin of victory of 21 points, second-highest in the league.
The starters for Flash had more big plays in their NFL games this week (4) than the starters for Kayfabe (2).
There's not much good to say about Kayfabe this week. Maybe they'll get their act together, and we'll see something different next week!
Coach Talk
Flash
Listen, Flash, we do respect the confidence. Deploying not one, not two, but THREE starters with zero points (the Tennessee Titans defense, Marquise Brown, and Lamar Jackson), while still earning a win... that's a bit too risky for us traditionalists. We just ask you to please keep those flashy shenanigans to the regular season. Try it in the playoffs and we're done.
Kayfabe
Hey, our guys were just resting up for next week, right? The seven starting offensive skill players (three WRs, three RBs, one TE) on Kayfabe collectively put up 447 yards and just three touchdowns in Week 11. Our opponent's skill players filled the statsheet by logging 637 yards and nine scores.

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