GiantsRangers had eight of their 12 starters score higher than their projected point totals.
Wroclaw Boozers had only five of their 12 starters score higher than their projected points.
Wroclaw Boozers can partially blame the loss on Chris Jones, who didn't score any points.
Ryan Tannehill, Ronald Jones II, and Clyde Edwards-Helaire all scored more points than George Kittle, the leading scorer for Wroclaw Boozers.
GiantsRangers put up more points than their season scoring average (127.67) while Wroclaw Boozers fell short of theirs (100.8).
GiantsRangers recorded more points than their projected total, while Wroclaw Boozers failed to reach their projection.
The matchup's 68.81-point margin was the largest in the league this week.
Not only did GiantsRangers earn the W, but they also easily covered the 3.5-point projected margin of victory.
In blowout games this season, GiantsRangers moves to (2-2), while Wroclaw Boozers falls to (0-2).
Despite the loss, George Kittle tallied 17.9 points, the fourth-highest scoring output for any tight end this year.