Week 10 was the 3rd lowest scoring week of 2022, with an average score of 84.6 points.
Teams scoring 100 points or more are 28-5 this season. That 84.8% win percentage is only good enough for 7th best in league history.
The average score for all games in 2022 is 91.85 points, which puts the league on pace for a total of 12,859 points. That would be the 4th-fewest points ever scored in a season, and the fewest scored since 2017.
The four teams that have never won a Robbie Bowl are Chase, Jarrett, Schweg and Ryan. Their total losses in league history are between -$778 and -$862.
Right now we are on pace to have 269 adds/drops throughout the regular season. That would be the fewest since 2017, and tied for 2nd fewest ever.
Sean remains our points leader and is on pace for 1,551 points, which would be good for 2nd most all-time. For the 2nd time in league history and the 2nd time for Sean, he has started a season 9-1. The championship team Cruz Control from 2012 started 9-1 before losing their 2nd game. If Sean can win this week, it will be the best start for any team in league history.
Four weeks ago, the Vaiden brothers were tied at 4-2. Since then, Jacob has won 4 straight games and Aaron has lost 4 straight games.
The 75 points scored by Erik were the fewest he’s had in any game this season, and the fewest he’s had since Week 10 of 2020.
In each of the last two weeks, Terrance has gotten more points from Justin Fields (41 and 38) than he got from his QB in Weeks 1-5 combined (34).
Aaron falls to 11-13 in his series against Ryan, and has lost 11 of their last 14 matchups.
Jacob becomes the 4th owner in the league to reach 90 wins. With Terrance losing this week, Jacob now has the fewest losses of any owner (75). Jacob also surpasses Jake to move into 2nd place for career winning percentage (54.5%).
In their last 4 games against each other, Jacob has narrowly escaped victory over Chase in 3 very low scoring battles. Jacob won their 2021 games 71-69 and 73-69, and has now won this season 111-74 and 76-44. The average score for those games is 83-64. Jacob now leads the series 10-6.
After a disappointing game in which he scored just 44 points, Chase has the fewest points scored this season and is on pace to score 1,047 points which would be the 2nd fewest in league history.
For the 8th time in league history, a team had 3 players score 0 or fewer points. Chase got 3 zeros from Chase Claypool, Taysom Hill & Jerry Jeudy.
Over the last 4 weeks, the average score for Aaron is 92-113. He is averaging 99.3 points in the last 3 weeks but has not found good luck with his opponents.
The 120 combined points scored in the Chase-Jacob game was the fewest of the season, and tied for the 7th fewest in league history.
Ryan got 21 points from Jonathan Taylor and 19 points from D’Onta Foreman which were the 2nd and 3rd most RB point totals of his entire season. Taylor scored 23 points in Week 1, and Ryan only had one other RB (Deon Jackson) score over 15 points all season.
Jake’s 1-point victory over Jarrett was the 2nd 1-point victory this season, and the 23rd game decided by a single point in league history. This was Jake’s 4th career game in which he won by 1 point, which is tied with Terrance for the most.
Schweg is now tied with his brother for 2nd most career games with 100 points or more (71). Terrance leads the league with 74.
There were 3 games in Week 10 that were decided by 5 points or less.
Jake has now scored less than 100 points in 9 consecutive weeks.
Sean passes Schweg to move into 3rd place for highest average points per game from the D/ST.
Ryan passes Chase to move out of last place for average points per game from WRs.
Schweg has now won 3 consecutive games. He is the only owner this season to have two separate 3-game winning streaks.
Schweg was the highest scorer of the week in Week 10. He has been the leading score in two of the last three weeks.
Sean currently holds the #1 seed with a 9-1 record, and a 6-0 divisional record. He has already swept Erik and has one win against Schweg, which essentially gives him a 3-game lead with just 4 games to play. Sean has now officially clinched the first playoff spot of 2022, and can clinch the division with a win and losses from Schweg and Erik.
Jacob currently holds the #2 seed with an 8-2 record, and a 5-0 divisional record. Jacob already has wins over his closest division mates Aaron and Jake. One more win from Jacob or one loss each from Aaron and Jake would seal the division for Jacob. Jacob can clinch a playoff spot this week with a win and a loss from Ryan.
The wildcard spots are being held down by the Schwegler brothers. Erik won the week 1 matchup and holds the tiebreaker for now, giving him the edge as the #3 seed. They play again in Week 13. Out of the 23 teams to start the season with 3 or fewer losses through Week 10, every single one has made the playoffs. Schweg and Erik are the 24th and 25th teams. There are no clinching scenarios for the Schweglers in Week 10.
Entrenched in the middle of the league harder than ever, Ryan sits at 5-5 with a 1-4 divisional record. He is two games behind each of the Schweglers, and has already been swept by Schweg, and has lost once to Erik and will face him in Week 14, so he is basically three games out of the playoff picture with four weeks to go. His win over Aaron gives him the season sweep of his interdivisional opponent. His tiebreakers over the 4-6 teams Aaron and Jake essentially give him a 2-game lead on 5th place. Ryan is trying to win at least two more games to continue his record streak of never finishing the regular season with a losing record. In the 11-year history, Ryan has six 7-7 finishes and five 8-6 finishes.
Aaron sits in 6th place thanks to a tiebreaker win over Jake. They cannot afford to lose a single game and need a lot to go their way, but there is still a chance. Jake is currently in 7th place and the Snake Chalice has not yet been claimed. Erik will have a chance to win the Chalice for the 4th time in the 6 years we’ve had it by defeating Jake in Week 11. There have been two 4-6 teams that ended up making the playoffs.
Chase sits in 8th place at 3-7, and has already been eliminated from contention within the division. He also cannot pass Sean or Erik for a wildcard spot, but he does play Schweg again next week in Week 12. If Chase wins out and Schweg loses out and they end up tied at 7-7, and we assume that Aaron, Jake and Ryan all get no more than 6 wins, there is a chance that Chase could win a strength of victory tiebreaker to make the playoffs. Amazing, but it is still possible for Chase.
Terrance (2-8) and Jarrett (1-9 have officially been eliminated from playoff contention. Both teams have missed the playoffs in 3 consecutive seasons. Terrance is looking to avoid being last place in back-to-back seasons, and Jarrett will try to avoid getting his 3rd last place season.
Week 11 Preview
Sean (9-1) vs Ryan (5-5)
Sean leads the all-time series 8-7 and has won 2 games in a row. Sean already defeated Ryan in Week 2 this season.
Game Rating: 14
Erik (7-3) vs Jake (4-6)
Erik leads the all-time series 13-9-1 which includes last year’s victory over Jake in Robbie Bowl XI. Erik already defeated Jake in Week 5 this season.
Game Rating: 11
Schweg (7-3) vs Aaron (4-6)
Schweg leads the all-time series 12-7 and has won 5 of the last 6 matchups.
Game Rating: 11
Jacob (8-2) vs Jarrett (1-9)
Jacob leads the all-time series 10-9, and the teams have alternated wins for 7 consecutive games. These two teams met in the 2014 semifinals when Jacob defeated Jarrett 67-42 in the lowest scoring game in league history, and again in the 2019 3rd Place game which Jarrett won. Jacob already defeated Jarrett in Week 1, so if the streak continues, it would be Jarrett’s turn to win.
Game Rating: 9
Chase (3-7) vs Terrance (2-8)
Chase leads the all-time series 10-8. Their last game was in Week 9 of 2021 which Chase won, but prior to that, Terrance had won 5 straight games against Chase. These two teams met in the 2016 3rd Place game and Chase rolled to a 125-74 victory.