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Reflectors Gets Win Against Gentlemen Callers

Week 11

  • Reflectors
  • 87.18 pts, 4-7
  • Weekly Grade
  • Gentlemen Callers
  • 73.7 pts, 4-7
  • Weekly Grade

U - G - L - Y. Gentlemen Callers has no alibi, as they sputtered out of the gate and lost to Reflectors 87.18 to 73.70. These two teams are tied for 11th place with 4-7 records, but if you want to talk points, then Gentlemen Callers has a clear lead, 1,204.48 to 1,075.76. Each team failed to meet expectations, but Reflectors managed to score 82.0% of a projected 106.26 points for the win. The result might have been even worse, Reflectors had a starter score zero points (Jeremy Kerley).

Top Players

    • Andrew Luck
    • 19.68
    • Drew Brees
    • 16.40
    • Doug Baldwin
    • 15.00
    • James Starks
    • 13.10

Smooth Moves by Reflectors

  • 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.
  • Benched Jay Cutler, who had the lowest QB score on the team with 13.38 points.
  • Made a good move in sitting Chris Ivory this week. He brought in 9.40 points, the fewest of any RB on the team.
  • With 19.68 points, Andrew Luck scored the most points in a matchup for the fourth time this season.
  • With 13.10 points, James Starks ranked ninth in scoring among all RBs in the league this week.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • 87.18 seems a lot higher when you're on the losing side of it. And the Toyota Hall of Fame knows you know that.
  • Dustin Hopkins, who Gentlemen Callers picked up this week, scored below his 8.20-point projection with 6.00 points.
  • 9 of the starters on Gentlemen Callers underperformed versus their projections.
  • The 2.30 points scored by Isaiah Crowell was a season-low. He had a projected 10.46-point total, and has now underachieved in three straight games.
  • Kyle Rudolph scored the fewest points on the team and scored below his projection for the fourth time this season with 1.20 points against a projected 5.49.

What If

  • If Reflectors played Gentlemen Callers every week, they'd be 4-7 this season.
  • Besides Gentlemen Callers, Reflectors would have defeated four other teams this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Gentlemen Callers, Reflectors would be 3-7.
  • Reflectors would be 41-80 if they played every team every week.
  • Gentlemen Callers would have lost to nine other teams besides Reflectors this week.
  • Timing really is everything. Reflectors would have lost to Gentlemen Callers 145.32 - 77.08 had they played each other last week.
  • If they played the same schedule as Reflectors, Gentlemen Callers would be 4-6.
  • Gentlemen Callers would be 61-60 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • The tragedy of being an underachiever is that Reflectors knows what they should be, but reality keeps telling them that they're wrong. They scored 87.18 points against a projected 106.26 and underachieved for the ninth time this season, including the last three weeks in a row.
  • Reflectors put up their smallest winning point total of the year.
  • Gentlemen Callers got smallest total score from their RB position of any team this week with 15.90 points.
  • Reflectors won despite failing to reach their projected point total, improving to 2-7 when doing so. Gentlemen Callers also failed to reach their point expectation and falls to 0-6 in such games.
  • With 73.70 points, Gentlemen Callers ranked 11th in the league in scoring this week.
  • Doug Baldwin was on the losing team, but still had the sixth-highest score of any WR in the league this week with 15.00 points.
  • Coby Fleener exceeded his projected point total by 60.8% in the loss, scoring 7.70 points against a projected 4.79.
  • Although Reflectors won, they got little help from Antonio Brown, who only put up 7.60 points of a projected 15.02.
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