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Stevie Kanevil Picks Up Win Against Inferior Backsiders, Tacks On Third Consecutive Win

Week 4

  • Stevie Kanevil
  • 114.52 pts, 3-1
  • Weekly Grade
  • Inferior Backsiders
  • 104.04 pts, 1-3
  • Weekly Grade

Stevie Kanevil has really turned it on, earning their third consecutive win when they defeated Inferior Backsiders 114.52 to 104.04. They got a lift from Le'Veon Bell, who led the team with 27.80 points. The streak is due in part to Stevie Kanevil having the fourth-highest scoring output in the league at 130.40 points per matchup. Inferior Backsiders goes to 1-3 and holds steady in ninth place. Stevie Kanevil is in third place, having now blown through VictoriousSecret (137.36 to 129.18) and Hakuna Mariota (145.58 to 83.46).

Top Players

    • Le'Veon Bell
    • 27.80
    • Philip Rivers
    • 23.84
    • Demaryius Thomas
    • 21.40
    • Christine Michael
    • 20.00

Smooth Moves by Stevie Kanevil

  • If this were a dream sequence, you'd hear a deep voice announce, "Stevie Kanevil, the Toyota Hall of Famer." But it's not.
  • Le'Veon Bell scored 27.80 points, which ranked second out of all the RBs in the league this week.
  • With 9.00 points, the Pittsburgh Steelers Defense had their highest output of the season.
  • The 12.70 points scored by Gary Barnidge outpaced his 8.77-point scoring projection by 44.8%.
  • Apparently playing within themselves was good enough. Stevie Kanevil won despite having only 4 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Somehow, all of your players had two bye weeks this week. The Toyota Hall of Fame calls that a bye bye week. Yes, it's a bad joke, but it's still better than your score.
  • Left Matt Ryan on the bench, where he scored the second-most points in the league and beat his projected point total by 144.2%, the sixth-highest percentage in the league.
  • Should've started Delanie Walker, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting TE with 5.40 against a projected 11.28.
  • Inferior Backsiders picked up Blair Walsh, who then fell short of his 10.41-point projection by scoring 7.00 points.
  • Lost the matchup even though Stevie Kanevil had their lowest-scoring week of the season.

What If

  • If Stevie Kanevil played Inferior Backsiders every week, they'd be 3-1 this year.
  • Stevie Kanevil would have beaten four other teams besides Inferior Backsiders this week.
  • Were they resting their players for this week? Stevie Kanevil would have defeated Inferior Backsiders 145.58 - 123.80 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Inferior Backsiders, Stevie Kanevil would be 2-1.
  • If Stevie Kanevil had played every team in the league each week, they would be 24-20.
  • Besides Stevie Kanevil, Inferior Backsiders would have been defeated by seven other teams this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Stevie Kanevil, Inferior Backsiders would be 2-1.
  • If they played every team every week, Inferior Backsiders would be 22-22.

Game Notes

  • The margin of victory for the matchup ended up being the smallest in the league this week at 10.48 points.
  • Inferior Backsiders had their lowest output of the season with 104.04 points.
  • The RBs on Inferior Backsiders collectively had their worst week of the season with only 21.20 points.
  • We don't condone cheating, but this group of wide receivers might want to spray Stickum on their gloves. The 29.10 total points by the WRs on Stevie Kanevil was their lowest WR output this season.
  • After scoring 20.00 points against a projected 10.95, Christine Michael has now exceeded his projection in three straight weeks.
  • The win was the third in a row for Stevie Kanevil.
  • Stevie Kanevil underachieved in the win, improving to 1-0 when failing to reach their projected points this season, while Inferior Backsiders falls to 0-3 when scoring below their projected points.
  • Stevie Kanevil won while scoring the fewest total points of any winning team in the league this week.
Stevie Kanevil
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Fantasy MasterpiecesWeek 4

Anthony Allen Was - WR 1987 vs. St. Louis 7 Catches, 255 yards, 3 touchdowns To say that Allen’s Week 4 performance in ’87 stands out in his NFL career would be a major understatement.

In what was the first of three games played that season with replacement players due to a player’s strike, Allen took advantage of his moment in the spotlight (and the Cardinals scab secondary) to the tune of 255 receiving yards and three touchdowns. He set the Washington franchise record for receiving yards, which still stands today. In total, Allen played parts of just five NFL seasons - including just those three strike games in ’87 – amassing a total of 767 receiving yards, a third of which came in this Week 4 contest.
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