This past week I matched up against another of the hosts of the podcast, Josh. And it turned out to be the blowout of the week though I was shocked at the result. After having such a close matchup last week and sweating through the Monday night game, this week I could breathe easy after Sunday. I know to enjoy those when they come because that could all change next week. Next week I'll be squaring off against my friend from college and the #2 team in the league in what will be the game of the week. Before that happens, here's the recap from Week 3:
Hub City All Stars Smokes [Winner Goes Here] for Third Straight Win
Hub City All Stars got the second-highest point total this season on the way to their third straight win when they annihilated [Winner Goes Here] 198.50 - 83.12. The streak is due in part to Hub City All Stars having the second-highest scoring output in the league at 156.93 points per matchup. [Winner Goes Here] stays in seventh place with a 1-2 record. Hub City All Stars stays unbeaten and in first place after having blown through Starfleet (150.04 - 103.22) and Alabama Autobots (122.24 - 120.42).
Hub City All Stars Smooth Moves
Hub City All Stars Smooth Moves
- With 40.00 points, the Chicago Bears Defense had the highest score of any DEF in the league this season.
- Jermaine Gresham had 12.40 points, the fourth-highest TE score of the week and the 10th-highest TE score in the league this season.
- With 42.80 points, Jamaal Charles ranked fifth in the league in scoring and beat his scoring projection by 284.9%, which was the highest percentage in the matchup.
- Stephen Gostkowski has now overachieved in every game this season after scoring 13.00 points against a projected 8.19.
- Mike Wallace ranked ninth in the league in scoring among WRs this week with 18.40 points.
- Left Ben Roethlisberger on the bench, where he ranked second in the league in scoring with 62.16 points.
- Left the New York Giants Defense on the bench, where they scored 25.00 points and beat their projected point total by 186.0%, the 10th-highest percentage in the league this week.
- Dez Bryant has scored below his projection in every game this season after scoring 10.50 points against a projected 13.25 this week.
- 10 of the 11 starters scored less than their projected points.
- At the DEF position, [Winner Goes Here] got outscored by Hub City All Stars 40.00 - 7.00.
- Hub City All Stars would be 2-1 if they played [Winner Goes Here] every week.
- Hub City All Stars would have been undefeated if they played every team in the league this week.
- Hub City All Stars would be 1-1 if they played the same schedule as [Winner Goes Here].
- If Hub City All Stars had played every team in the league each week, they would be 14-7.
- [Winner Goes Here] would have been beaten by every other team in the league this week.
- Hub City All Stars would have lost to [Winner Goes Here] 124.26 - 122.24 had they played each other last week.
- [Winner Goes Here] would be 2-0 if they played the same schedule as Hub City All Stars.
- If they played every team every week, [Winner Goes Here] would be 7-14.
- The top players for Hub City All Stars were elite in the matchup, as seven of their starters outperformed the leading scorer for [Winner Goes Here].
- The matchup had both the highest-scoring and lowest-scoring teams in the league this week.
- [Winner Goes Here] scored the fewest points in the league this week and had the lowest score in the league this season.
- LeSean McCoy had a season-low 7.80 points against a projected 16.88 in the win and has now scored below his projection in every game this season.
- Hub City All Stars won by the largest margin of victory in the league at 115.38 points.
- [Winner Goes Here] has underachieved every week this season, scoring 83.12 points against a projected 140.07 this week.
- Hub City All Stars remains undefeated in blowout games this season, improving to 2-0.
- Hub City All Stars got the win despite Frank Gore having a season-low 6.20 points and falling short of his projection for the first time this season.