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Team 10 Gets Upset Against Team 2, Has Their Number

Week 11

  • Team 10
  • 60.78 pts, 5-6
  • Weekly Grade
  • Team 2
  • 57.38 pts, 3-8
  • Weekly Grade

Hey, do they give trophies for effort? Nope, well then Team 2 won't be receiving a trophy for their performance against Team 10 this season, losing yet again, 60.78 to 57.38. This week, Dez Bryant was the difference, getting 20.00 points. That's slightly higher than Greg Olsen, who led all players with 18.20 points the last time these teams met. Team 10 started three players with zero points while Team 2 served up two goose eggs, meaning both teams left points off the scoreboard. This is the tightest victory for Team 10 in two head-to-head matchups. They defeated Team 2 97.82 to 50.98 in Week 2.

Top Players

    • Dez Bryant
    • 20.00
    • Andrew Luck
    • 19.68
    • Lamar Miller
    • 17.30
    • Eli Manning
    • 17.18

Smooth Moves by Team 10

  • Even if you cried trying to win, you still won. And the Toyota Hall of Fame is proud of Team 10 either way.
  • Dez Bryant put up the 10th-most points in the league and beat his scoring projection by a league-leading 125.6%.
  • Team 10 won despite having only 2 of their 9 starters exceed their projected points.
  • Team 10 won despite having 3 of their 9 starters score zero points.
  • Perhaps this is how backups become starters. Team 10 won with three players on the bench that did not play this week.

Toyota Roster Tune-up

  • Sometimes 57.38 is enough. Unfortunately, the Toyota Hall of Fame has confirmed this time it's a smaller number than 60.78.
  • The New England Patriots Defense has now failed to reach their projection for five straight games. This week they scored 6.00 points versus a projected 9.59.
  • 2 of the 9 starters scored zero points for Team 2.
  • Team 2 would have welcomed more points at WR, where Team 10 topped them 25.80 - 2.20.
  • The 0.10 points scored by Golden Tate was a season-low for both scoring and for his performance against projections. He reached only 1.0% of his 9.77 projected points this week.

What If

  • Team 10 would be 4-7 if they played Team 2 every week.
  • Besides Team 2, Team 10 would have beaten only one other team this week.
  • Had they played each other last week, Team 10 would have defeated Team 2 60.60 - 45.00.
  • Team 10 would be 3-6 if they played the same schedule as Team 2.
  • If Team 10 had played every team in the league each week, they would be 28-71.
  • Team 2 would have lost to seven other teams besides Team 10 this week.
  • Team 2 would be 5-4 if they played the same schedule as Team 10.
  • Team 2 would be 36-63 if they played every team every week.

Game Notes

  • Team 2 has lost five straight games, the longest current losing streak in the league.
  • The tragedy of being an underachiever is that Team 2 knows what they should be, but reality keeps telling them that they're wrong. They scored 57.38 points against a projected 83.43 and underachieved for the seventh time this season, including the last four weeks in a row.
  • The 60.78 points scored by Team 10 is the lowest winning score in the league this season.
  • Eat. Sleep. Beat the streak. Team 10 was finally able to overcome their four-game losing streak with the win.
  • Team 2 got their lowest combined scoring output from the WR position this season with only 2.20 points this week.
  • Just because Robert Horry has seven NBA championship rings, doesn't mean he's one of the greats. Despite being on the winning team, DeAndre Hopkins scored 5.80 points against a projected 10.31 and has now underachieved in five straight games.
  • Team 10 got 7.50 points from their RBs this week, the lowest combined scoring output from the RB position for any team this week.
  • Team 2 falls to 1-1 in upset games this season.
Team 10
Team 2
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