Masters of the Gridiron (ID# 681693)

Doctor Doctor Gives the Business to Blue Helu to Move into Fourth Place

Week 4

  • Doctor Doctor
  • 116.98 pts, 2-2
  • Weekly Grade
  • Blue Helu
  • 76.94 pts, 1-3
  • Weekly Grade

Doctor Doctor left it all on the field in this one and logged the second-highest score this week, stomping Blue Helu 116.98 to 76.94. Blue Helu has had a string of bad luck lately and is on a three-game losing streak. Melvin Gordon led Blue Helu with 17.90 points while Andy Dalton brought in 14.64. Doctor Doctor (2-2, 419.26 points) climbs into fourth place and Blue Helu (1-3, 371.26 points) drops to ninth place.

Top Players

    • Julio Jones
    • 41.00
    • Le'Veon Bell
    • 18.80
    • Melvin Gordon
    • 17.90
    • Greg Olsen
    • 15.60

Smooth Moves by Doctor Doctor

  • Fantasy Football is a game where the high score wins. So keep doing what you have to do, the Toyota Hall of Fame will turn a blind eye.
  • With 15.60 points, Greg Olsen had the second-highest TE score of the week and the sixth-best TE score in the league this season.
  • Julio Jones ranked second in the league in scoring and had the highest output of any player on Doctor Doctor this season with 41.00 points.
  • Le'Veon Bell put the team on his back with 18.80 points, the fifth-highest score among RBs in the league this week.
  • Apparently playing within themselves was good enough. Doctor Doctor won despite having only 3 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Some teams are destined to beat teams like Blue Helu and move on to Toyota Hall of Fame greatness. Ironically, you are included in that destiny, because you played yourself.
  • Did not start Will Fuller, who scored 20.10 points, surpassing his projected points by 149.7%, the fourth-highest percentage in the league.
  • Whoever gave you this advice, you might want to lose their number. Picked up and started Phil Dawson, who then scored below his 8.88-point projection with 5.00 points.
  • Blue Helu was dominated at the TE position, scoring 5.70 points versus the 15.60 for Doctor Doctor.
  • The 2.30 points scored by Odell Beckham Jr. was a season-low for both scoring and for his performance against projections. He reached only 17.9% of his 12.82 projected points this week.

What If

  • Doctor Doctor would be 2-2 if they played Blue Helu every week.
  • Besides Blue Helu, Doctor Doctor would have defeated seven other teams this week.
  • Doctor Doctor would be 2-1 if they played the same schedule as Blue Helu.
  • Doctor Doctor would be 22-14 if they played every team every week.
  • Besides Doctor Doctor, Blue Helu would have been defeated by six other teams this week.
  • Timing really is everything. Doctor Doctor would have lost to Blue Helu 94.44 - 91.04 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Doctor Doctor, Blue Helu would be 1-2.
  • Blue Helu would be 15-21 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • All three of the losses for Blue Helu this season have come when their opponent had their highest-scoring week of the season.
  • This is the third game in a row where Blue Helu has failed to reach their projected points.
  • Connor Barth scored 5.00 points against a projected 7.36 in the win and has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
  • The WRs on Blue Helu collectively had their worst week of the season with only 17.60 points.
  • The 40.04-point margin of victory was the biggest of the season for Doctor Doctor and fifth-largest in the league this season.
  • Doctor Doctor had their highest score of the season and the seventh-highest in the league this season with 116.98 points.
  • With 76.94 points, Blue Helu had their lowest output of the season.
  • The WRs on Doctor Doctor collectively had their best week of the season with 43.00 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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