The Shiva Bowl (ID# 651475)

Red Zone Roxie Beats Team D, Moves Up to Ninth Place

Week 4

  • Red Zone Roxie
  • 122 pts, 1-3
  • Weekly Grade
  • Team D
  • 107 pts, 0-4
  • Weekly Grade

Red Zone Roxie benefited from 25 points from DeMarco Murray and 23 from Philip Rivers, taking down Team D 122 to 107. The winless 2008 Lions aren't role models, but no one tell that to Team D. They have yet to crack the win column this year. Team D was led by the tag team of Brock Osweiler, with 21 points, and Brandon Marshall, who scored 18. Both teams could have scored more points as Red Zone Roxie had one starter turn in zero points and Team D also had one. Red Zone Roxie (1-3, 452 points) climbs into ninth place while Team D (0-4, 469 points) drops to the cellar.

Top Players

    • DeMarco Murray
    • 25
    • Philip Rivers
    • 23
    • LeSean McCoy
    • 22
    • Brock Osweiler
    • 21

Smooth Moves by Red Zone Roxie

  • Reading this matchup recap is indicative of potential Toyota Hall of Famers. You're making Red Zone Roxie look really good right now.
  • A bounty from the backfield: DeMarco Murray had an outstanding performance with 25 points, the best among RBs this week and the ninth-highest RB score in the league this season.
  • With 17 points, the Los Angeles Rams Defense was the top-scoring DEF of the week.
  • There are rumors that the military wants to model a new all-terrain vehicle based off of LeSean McCoy. He had the fourth-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 22 points.
  • Ezekiel Elliott scored 21 points, which ranked sixth out of all the RBs in the league this week.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Funny, the Hall provides articles you could have studied. But instead you watched Team D cry trying.
  • Should have started Travis Kelce, who underachieved, but still had more points than the starting TE with 13 against a projected 13.48.
  • Did not start Le'Veon Bell, who led the team in scoring with 22 points.
  • The lowest score by a player for Team D this week was 5 points from Chris Boswell. The score was below his projected points of 9.90, which marks the third straight week where that has happened.
  • Odell Beckham Jr. was last on the team in scoring with 5 points, 26.4% of his projected 18.92, which is his lowest percentage of the season.

What If

  • If Red Zone Roxie played Team D every week, they would be 1-3 this season.
  • Besides Team D, Red Zone Roxie would have defeated four other teams this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Team D, Red Zone Roxie would be 0-3.
  • If Red Zone Roxie had played every team in the league each week, they would be 6-30.
  • Team D would have lost to six other teams besides Red Zone Roxie this week.
  • And they say procrastination doesn't pay off! Had they played each other last week, Red Zone Roxie would have lost to Team D 115 - 106.
  • Team D would be 0-3 if they played the same schedule as Red Zone Roxie.
  • If they played every team every week, Team D would be 8-28.

Game Notes

  • Team D has lost four times and three of them have come to teams who beat their scoring average in that matchup.
  • Three of the starters for Red Zone Roxie scored higher than the leading scorer for Team D.
  • Golden Tate had a season-low 3 points against a projected 11.87 in the win and has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
  • Team D scored 107 points against a projected 129.69 and has underachieved every week this season.
  • Red Zone Roxie got their lowest combined scoring output from the WR position this season with only 5 points this week.
  • The win by Red Zone Roxie snapped a three-game losing streak.
  • The 15-point margin of victory was the smallest in the league this week.
  • It was a season-low point total for Team D.
Red Zone Roxie
Team D
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  • Top Players by Points
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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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