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Playoffs: Hebrew Hammers Tops Warriors Blew 3-1

Week 15

  • Hebrew Hammers
  • 139.11 pts, 9-4
  • Weekly Grade
  • Warriors Blew 3-1
  • 110.75 pts, 9-4
  • Weekly Grade

Hebrew Hammers picked up the third-highest player point total in the league this week from LeSean McCoy (31.90) to take down Warriors Blew 3-1 139.11 to 110.75. Hebrew Hammers has put a nice string together after winning their last three matchups in a row. This is a repeat performance for Hebrew Hammers over Warriors Blew 3-1, after a 168.93 to 95.54 shellacking in Week 3. Warriors Blew 3-1 concluded the regular season in third place with a record of 9-4. With a scoring average of 135.33, they also placed third in the league in that metric. In their only other postseason game of the season, Warriors Blew 3-1 stole one from The Magicians, 110.34 to 107.54.

Top Players

    • LeSean McCoy
    • 31.90
    • Carson Palmer
    • 20.72
    • Odell Beckham Jr.
    • 19.53
    • New England Patriots Defense
    • 18.10

Smooth Moves by Hebrew Hammers

  • Even if you cried trying to win, you still won. And the Toyota Hall of Fame is proud of Hebrew Hammers either way.
  • The New England Patriots Defense was the highest-scoring DEF in the league this week with 18.10 points.
  • With 31.90 points, LeSean McCoy had the third-highest score in the league this week.
  • Do you put a LB or DB on him? You might have to put both on him if this continues. Kyle Rudolph scored 17.70 points to rank second among TEs in the league this week.
  • Even with only 4 of the 10 starters scoring more than their projection, Hebrew Hammers was still able to win.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Next week, be sure to ask Hebrew Hammers where official Toyota Hall of Fame articles are kept.
  • All that glitters is not gold. Picked up Kenneth Farrow, who scored 5.30 points against his projected 14.81.
  • With 2.10 points against a projected 11.37, Antonio Gates did not meet his projection for the third straight game.
  • Warriors Blew 3-1 was dominated at the TE position, scoring 2.10 points versus the 17.70 for Hebrew Hammers.
  • Stefon Diggs did not meet his 14.74 projected points and has now underperformed versus projections for four straight weeks. He also scored a season-low 3.30 points.

What If

  • If Hebrew Hammers played Warriors Blew 3-1 every week, they'd be 9-5 this year.
  • Hebrew Hammers would have beaten seven other teams besides Warriors Blew 3-1 this week.
  • Hebrew Hammers would be 9-3 if they played the same schedule as Warriors Blew 3-1.
  • If Hebrew Hammers had played every team in the league each week, they would be 90-36.
  • Besides Hebrew Hammers, Warriors Blew 3-1 would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Hebrew Hammers, Warriors Blew 3-1 would be 6-6.
  • Warriors Blew 3-1 would be 73-56 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • Hebrew Hammers is on the longest active win streak in the league, winning three straight games.
  • Warriors Blew 3-1 saw their four-game win streak come to an end.
  • The 28.36-point margin of victory by Hebrew Hammers was the second-biggest win in the league this week.
  • Hebrew Hammers underachieved in the win, improving to 3-4 when failing to reach their projected points this season, while Warriors Blew 3-1 falls to 3-4 when scoring below their projected points.
  • With 139.11 points, Hebrew Hammers scored the second-most points in the league this week.
  • With 110.75 points, Warriors Blew 3-1 ranked eighth in the league in scoring this week.
  • Even in the loss, the 20.72 points by Carson Palmer was the third-highest score of any QB in the league this week.
  • Odell Beckham Jr. did his best in the loss, ranking fifth among all WRs in the league with 19.53 points.
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