Congratulations to our first playoff team and first division winner, Erik Schwegler. The win this week was fueled by Jonathan Taylor’s 49 points, the 4th most points ever scored in our league. Erik scores over 100 points for the 6th consecutive week, which ties Jacob’s record for the most consecutive 100 point games this season, and is tied for 3rd most all-time. Erik has 9 games over 100 points this season already, which is tied for the 2nd most all time. He can tie the record with 10 games, and only 5 owners have ever done that and this is including playoffs as well. Erik is on pace for 1,559 total points, which would be the 2nd most all time.
Jake and Jacob are sitting in the 2 and 3 seeds respectively with a 7-4 record. 100% of teams that are 7-4 or better after Week 11 make the playoffs. 26 out of 26 teams, which includes 11 teams that were 7-4. Jake has already swept Jacob this season and holds the tiebreaker.
One of the most epic comebacks in league history, Jarrett gets 35 points from Austin Ekeler on Sunday Night Football and Ryan Succop and the Tampa Bay D/ST get 26 more points to capture a win. Keeping Jacob from getting his 8th win is a huge deal for the rest of the league. Jarrett also rallied to be the leading scorer of the week for the first time this season.
Terrance earns loser’s letter duty for the 2nd time this season.
Ryan gets a crucial victory over Aaron and has snuck into the 4 seed. Their series is now tied 11-11. Both teams have a 6-5 record. Historically, they have a 43% chance of making the playoffs. Sean is also included in that as a 5 loss team, except he is now 5-5-1. Had Ryan not traded for Diontae Johnson, he would've presumably started DeVonta Smith who scored 10 fewer points than Johnson, which would've resulted in an 83-82 victory for Aaron where he would've taken the lead in the 4th quarter of the MNF game.
Teams with 6 losses after Week 11 have a 17% chance of making the playoffs which is where Jarrett and Chase are.
Terrance and Schweg are officially eliminated from playoff contention. Both teams are 2-8-1, but Schweg has the tiebreaker. This will be a close race for these teams competing over the toilet trophy.
Ryan has failed to score 100 points in 9 consecutive games. He only has one game over 100, and that was 102 points in Week 2.
New England’s 28 fantasy points for Sean is the most by any defense this season.
Terrance is on pace to have 1,459 points scored against him, which would be the 2nd most all time.
Jarrett passes Ryan for most career games with over 100 points with 48. Ryan only has 1 more 100 point game than Chase who has played 2 fewer seasons. Ryan only has 17 games over 100 points in the last 5 seasons. Erik has 18 games over 100 points in his last 25 games.
Jacob loses his 8th career game while scoring over 100 points, which is the 2nd fewest in league history, but it’s his 2nd game this season.
Jake is now 15-4 against Schweg, which is good enough for a league high 78.9% winning percentage against him.
Ryan (112) vs Schweg (50)
Christian McCaffrey - 42
DeVonta Smith - 70
David Montgomery - 34
Calvin Ridley - 16
Ryan (39) vs Terrance (53)
Chuba Hubbard - 39
Melvin Gordon - 53
Ryan (16) vs Sean (6)
Diontae Johnson - 16
Rhamondre Stevenson - 6
Jacob (24) vs Aaron (7)
Joe Mixon - 24
Mark Andrew - 7
Kareem Hunt - 0
1. Erik 9-2 (6-1) - clinched division - can clinch #1 seed with a win over Jacob
4. Ryan 6-5 (2-3)
6. Sean 5-5-1 (4-2)
9. Schweg 2-8-1 (1-4-1) - eliminated
10. Terrance 2-8-1 (1-4-1) - eliminated
2. Jake 7-4 (3-3)
3. Jacob 7-4 (4-3)
5. Aaron 6-5 (3-3)
7. Jarrett 5-6 (3-3)
8. Chase 4-6-1 (2-3)
No other clinching scenarios in Week 12.
Week 12 Schedule
Erik (9-2) vs Jacob (7-4)
Jacob leads the all-time series 9-6.
Jake (7-4) vs Chase (4-6-1)
The all-time series is tied 7-7. Half of their games have been decided by 8 points or less.
Ryan (6-5) vs Sean (5-5-1)
Ryan leads the all-time series 7-6.
Aaron (6-5) vs Schweg (2-8-1)
Schweg leads the all-time series 11-7 and has won 4 out of the last 5.
Jarrett (5-6) vs Terrance (2-8-1)
Terrance leads the all-time series 14-4. This is the 2nd most lopsided rivalry in the league, and if Terrance wins, he will tie Jake’s record vs Schweg. Terrance has won 6 consecutive games against Jarrett going back to 2018.