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Trumplethinskin Rocks Automatic win, Moves Up to Eighth Place

Week 4

  • Trumplethinskin
  • 95.64 pts, 1-3
  • Weekly Grade
  • Automatic win
  • 41.22 pts, 0-4
  • Weekly Grade

Trumplethinskin got 26.80 points from Michael Crabtree and 21.70 from Ezekiel Elliott, drubbing Automatic win 95.64 to 41.22. Automatic win is headed for a lost season and is winless. Free fallin' like Tom Petty, Automatic win suffered a significant drop in scoring from last week's 67.28 to 63.38 loss against We Dem Boyz. Both teams left points off the scoreboard in this one, as Trumplethinskin started one player with zero points and Automatic win also served up one. Trumplethinskin (1-3, 354.16 points) climbs into eighth place and Automatic win (0-4, 303.10 points) drops to the cellar.

Top Players

    • Michael Crabtree
    • 26.80
    • Ezekiel Elliott
    • 21.70
    • Andy Dalton
    • 14.64
    • Carson Palmer
    • 12.52

Smooth Moves by Trumplethinskin

  • The Toyota Hall of Fame would have its eyes on you for this week's win. But the Toyota Hall of Fame doesn't have eyes. Obviously.
  • Michael Crabtree was uncoverable, scoring the second-most points by a WR this week with 26.80 points. It also ranks as the fourth-greatest game by a WR this season.
  • Ezekiel Elliott ranked 10th in the league in scoring with 21.70 points, his highest output of the season.
  • Sat Matt Forte, who scored 4.30 points, fewer than any RB in the starting lineup.
  • In scoring 9.60 points, Michael Floyd put up his largest point total of the year.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Somehow, all of your players had two bye weeks this week. The Toyota Hall of Fame calls that a bye bye week. Yes, it's a bad joke, but it's still better than your score.
  • All nine players in the starting lineup scored less than their projected points.
  • Did not start Brandon Marshall, who led the team in scoring with 14.90 points and beat his projected point total by 55.6%, the highest percentage on the team.
  • Whoever gave you this advice, you might want to lose their number. Picked up and started Duke Johnson Jr., who then scored below his 8.17-point projection with 5.60 points.
  • Automatic win would have welcomed more points at WR, where Trumplethinskin topped them 42.50 - 10.50.

What If

  • If Trumplethinskin played Automatic win every week, they would be 2-2 this season.
  • Trumplethinskin would have beaten five other teams besides Automatic win this week.
  • Had they played each other last week, Trumplethinskin would have defeated Automatic win 99.14 - 63.38.
  • Trumplethinskin would be 1-2 if they played the same schedule as Automatic win.
  • Trumplethinskin would be 16-20 if they played every team every week.
  • Automatic win would have been beaten by every other team in the league this week.
  • Automatic win would be 1-2 if they played the same schedule as Trumplethinskin.
  • Automatic win would be 12-24 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • Three of the starters for Trumplethinskin scored higher than the leading scorer for Automatic win.
  • Automatic win scored the fewest points in the league this week and had the lowest score in the league this season.
  • The margin of victory of 54.42 points was the largest in the league this week and biggest in the league this season.
  • This was the second time this season that Automatic win lost by the week's biggest margin.
  • Trumplethinskin snapped their three-game losing streak with the win.
  • Trumplethinskin got a combined 42.50 points from their WRs, their highest combined scoring output from the WR position this season.
  • We don't condone cheating, but this group of wide receivers might want to spray Stickum on their gloves. The 10.50 total points by the WRs on Automatic win was their lowest WR output this season.
  • Automatic win is in the basement in the standings for the first week this season.
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