The Brookside Hood (ID# 795499)

19 Wins and Counting Beats The New Kids, Puts Them in Eighth Place

Week 9

  • 19 Wins and Counting
  • 81.76 pts, 2-7
  • Weekly Grade
  • The New Kids
  • 69.86 pts, 4-5
  • Weekly Grade

19 Wins and Counting took advantage of 15.76 points from Matthew Stafford and 15.70 from Matt Forte to beat The New Kids 81.76 to 69.86. The manager of The New Kids should definitely keep their day job. They only scored 77.2% of their projected points, and has now failed to meet projections for five weeks running. Ben Roethlisberger led The New Kids with 19.86 points while Greg Olsen racked up 11.20. The New Kids (4-5, 765.68 points) drops to eighth place while 19 Wins and Counting (2-7, 878.86 points) remains mired in the cellar.

Top Players

    • Ben Roethlisberger
    • 19.86
    • Matthew Stafford
    • 15.76
    • Matt Forte
    • 15.70
    • Greg Olsen
    • 11.20

Smooth Moves by 19 Wins and Counting

  • If this were a dream sequence, you'd hear a deep voice announce, "19 Wins and Counting, the Toyota Hall of Famer." But it's not.
  • 19 Wins and Counting was still able to pull out a win with only 2 of their 10 starters exceeding their projected points.
  • There are rumors that the military wants to model a new all-terrain vehicle based off of Matt Forte. He had the ninth-highest score among RBs in the league this week with 15.70 points.
  • The 15.76 points scored by Matthew Stafford led the team, the fourth time that's happened this season.
  • 19 Wins and Counting won even though all three of their WRs scored below their projected points.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Next week, be sure to ask 19 Wins and Counting where official Toyota Hall of Fame articles are kept.
  • Marvin Jones Jr. has now underachieved in six straight games after scoring a matchup-low 0.50 points against a projected 8.40.
  • This is how people lose everything in casinos. The New Kids thought their luck would change and went back to the well with DeAndre Washington. However, he scored 3.50 points against a projected 4.39 and has now underachieved in five straight games.
  • 7 of the starters on The New Kids scored less than their projected points.
  • With 1.80 points, Tavon Austin scored only 20.1% of his 8.97 projected point total.

What If

  • 19 Wins and Counting would be 7-2 if they played The New Kids every week.
  • 19 Wins and Counting would have beaten only one other team besides The New Kids this week.
  • Had they played each other last week, 19 Wins and Counting would have defeated The New Kids 78.80 - 77.20.
  • If they played the same schedule as The New Kids, 19 Wins and Counting would be 6-2.
  • 19 Wins and Counting would be 49-50 if they played every team every week.
  • The New Kids would have lost to nine other teams besides 19 Wins and Counting this week.
  • If they played the same schedule as 19 Wins and Counting, The New Kids would be 0-8.
  • The New Kids would be 24-75 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • The New Kids underachieved for the sixth time this season, including the last five weeks in a row, scoring 69.86 points against a projected 90.51 this week.
  • Le'Veon Bell had a season-low 7.00 points against a projected 16.92 in the win and has now scored below his projection in four straight games.
  • The margin of victory for the matchup ended up being the smallest in the league this week at 11.90 points.
  • Just because Robert Horry has seven NBA championship rings, doesn't mean he's one of the greats. Despite being on the winning team, DeVante Parker scored 0.80 points against a projected 10.46 and has now underachieved in five straight games.
  • 19 Wins and Counting won even though The New Kids performed better against their scoring projection. The New Kids scored 77.2% of their 90.51 projected points, while 19 Wins and Counting recorded 61.8% of their 132.26-point projection.
  • 19 Wins and Counting is leveraging their draft well. This week they got 74.2% of their points from players they drafted.
  • 19 Wins and Counting underachieved in the win, improving to 1-5 when failing to reach their projected points this season, while The New Kids falls to 3-3 when scoring below their projected points.
  • The 69.86 points put up by The New Kids ranked 11th in the league this week.
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