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Coynage Obliterates Steel Curtain to Move into Fourth Place

Week 11

  • Coynage
  • 123.1 pts, 6-5
  • Weekly Grade
  • Steel Curtain
  • 76.1 pts, 5-6
  • Weekly Grade

Has anyone seen Steel Curtain's number? Oh wait, never mind, Coynage apparently has it. Steel Curtain is winless this season versus Coynage, this time getting trashed 123.10 to 76.10. Rob Kelley was the team leader, grabbing 31.70 points for Coynage. The last time these teams met, Cam Newton led with 38.82. Coynage won 111.92 to 111.78 in Week 2, and now has a 23.57-point average margin of victory over Steel Curtain.

Top Players

    • Rob Kelley
    • 31.70
    • Derek Carr
    • 28.60
    • Marcus Mariota
    • 26.50
    • Jamison Crowder
    • 16.20

Smooth Moves by Coynage

  • Even if you cried trying to win, you still won. And the Toyota Hall of Fame is proud of Coynage either way.
  • This was a textbook case of low risk and high reward. Rob Kelley, who was picked up this week, eclipsed his scoring projection by a league-leading 255.4%.
  • Is this your audition for head talent scout of a pro team? Picked up Jamison Crowder, who beat his scoring projection by 97.6%, the seventh-highest percentage in the league.
  • Expect to see some trade offers for Marcus Mariota. He ranked eighth in the league in scoring with 26.50 points.
  • Was smart to sit the Seattle Seahawks Defense this week, which had 7.00 points, the lowest DEF score on the team.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Next week, be sure to ask Coynage where official Toyota Hall of Fame articles are kept.
  • Left Zach Ertz on the bench, where he scored 9.50 points and beat his projected point total by 94.3%, the 10th-highest percentage in the league this week.
  • Tim Hightower was left on the bench, where he bested his expected 6.84-point total by putting up 12.60 points.
  • Should have started the Washington Redskins Defense, which underachieved, but still had more points than the starting DEF with 6.00 against a projected 6.39.
  • Did not start Mike Evans, who underachieved but still scored more than any WR on the team with 10.50 points against a projected 13.01.

What If

  • If Coynage played Steel Curtain every week, they'd be 4-7 this season.
  • Coynage would've been undefeated if they played every team in the league this week.
  • Coynage would be 4-5 if they played the same schedule as Steel Curtain.
  • If Coynage had played every team in the league each week, they would be 54-45.
  • Besides Coynage, Steel Curtain would have been defeated by seven other teams this week.
  • Timing really is everything. Coynage would have lost to Steel Curtain 101.54 - 97.60 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Coynage, Steel Curtain would be 6-3.
  • If they played every team every week, Steel Curtain would be 61-38.

Game Notes

  • Four of the six losses for Steel Curtain this season have come when their opponent had their highest-scoring week of the season.
  • Coynage led the league in scoring and set their new season-high with 123.10 points.
  • Coynage bested their projected points again, the seventh time this season they have done so, including a streak of three straight games.
  • It was the eighth-biggest margin of victory in the league this season at 47.00 points.
  • How nice of you to offer a free win! This was the second time this season that Steel Curtain lost by the biggest margin of the week.
  • This must be how Jay Leno feels with a garage full of high-performance cars. Coynage got a combined 40.10 points from their RBs, their highest combined scoring output from the RB position this season.
  • Steel Curtain had 76.10 points, their season-low.
  • Although Coynage won, it was no thanks to Justin Tucker, who scored 6.00 points and has now scored below his projection in three straight weeks.
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