Lilley's Fantasy Football '16 (ID# 611879)

Who needs players Beats. to Move into Third Place

Week 11

  • Who needs players
  • 165.8 pts, 6-5
  • Weekly Grade
  • .
  • 150.48 pts, 3-8
  • Weekly Grade

Who needs players should maybe buy. a couple drinks or something, because they clearly have their number in fantasy football. Who needs players remained unbeaten against. by winning 165.80 to 150.48. Tom Brady was the key difference, getting 59.40 points for Who needs players. The last time these teams met, Kirk Cousins led with 51.56. This is the closest win for Who needs players in two head-to-head matchups. They defeated. 177.06 to 130.52 in Week 2.

Top Players

    • Tom Brady
    • 59.40
    • Eli Manning
    • 42.18
    • Steve Smith Sr.
    • 23.90
    • Rashad Jennings
    • 23.90

Smooth Moves by Who needs players

  • The Toyota Hall of Fame would have its eyes on you for this week's win. But the Toyota Hall of Fame doesn't have eyes. Obviously.
  • Who needs players saw their fifth-largest single-week point total by a player this season with Tom Brady scoring 59.40 points. The score was also high enough to rank third in the league.
  • Steve Smith Sr. scored 23.90 points, the fifth-highest WR score in the league this week.
  • Who needs players won despite having only 4 of their 10 starters exceed their scoring projection.
  • Who needs players won even though both of their TEs scored below their projected points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Some teams are destined to beat teams like. and move on to Toyota Hall of Fame greatness. Ironically, you are included in that destiny, because you played yourself.
  • Martellus Bennett was last in the matchup in scoring with 2.40 points against a projected 12.34 and underachieved for the fifth time this season.
  • Only 5 of the 10 starters on. underachieved this week, but they still lost.
  • Odell Beckham Jr. fell short of his scoring projection with 9.60 points, just 51.3% of his projected 18.73.
  • . took a loss even though both of their RBs outperformed their point expectations.

What If

  • If Who needs players played. every week, they'd be 9-2 this season.
  • Who needs players would have beaten six other teams besides. this week.
  • Who needs players would be 4-5 if they played the same schedule as.
  • Who needs players would be 54-45 if they played every team every week.
  • Besides Who needs players,. would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
  • Timing really is everything. Who needs players would have lost to. 167.30 - 117.59 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Who needs players,. would be 2-7.
  • If they played every team every week,. would be 24-75.

Game Notes

  • Eli Manning beat his projection for the third straight week. His 42.18 points ranked 10th in the league this week.
  • . bested their projected points again, the seventh time this season they have done so, including a streak of four straight games.
  • The 15.32-point win by Who needs players beat the 11.60-point spread.
  • Who needs players snapped their four-game losing streak with the win.
  • Although Who needs players won, it was no thanks to Justin Tucker, who scored 6.00 points and has now scored below his projection in three straight weeks.
  • . is in last place in the league for the ninth week this season.
  • Who needs players beat their projected points and now have a 5-2 record when beating their projection, while. falls to 3-4 when exceeding their expected point total.
  • . ranked eighth in the league in scoring this week.
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