Sean becomes the 2nd team in league history to start the season 7-0. The only other person to do it was Chase in his inaugural season of 2013. Chase’s team would go on to finish 10-4 in the regular season and would lose Robbie Bowl III. Through the first 7 weeks, Chase scored 788 total points, or 112.5 ppg. Sean has scored 813 points, or 116.1 ppg which puts him on pace for 1,626 total points which would be the all-time record. If Sean ends up with 1,547 points this season or more, the three highest scoring seasons in league history will all be from Sean’s teams, with the other two seasons being 2018 and 2020. When Chase did finally lose his first game, it was in Week 8 and it just happened to be against Sean who was 0-7 at the time. Sean squeaked out the victory 104-103.
On top of being the leading scorer, Sean also has the fewest points scored against him with just 534 points, or 76.3 ppg. That is a per game point differential of about 40 points! His current pace would put him at 1,068 points scored against, which would be 50 points below the current record.
Sean has been the leading scorer in four out of seven weeks so far, and has led the league in scoring for 3 consecutive weeks. Sean becomes the first owner in league history to lead the league in scoring for 3 straight weeks!
Sean has now passed Schweg to move into 2nd place all-time for most career points scored (regular season only). He also passes Schweg to move into 3rd place all-time for average points per game.
Erik’s winning streak of 8 games has finally been broken, and it will remain tied for the 3rd longest winning streak in league history. The streak started in last year’s playoffs (Weeks 15-16) and continued through Week 6 this year.
It’s been a long time for the Ryans since the last led the league in scoring for a week. For Commish, the last time was in Week 4 of 2020 when he scored 123 points. And for Schweg, you have to go all the way back to Week 9 of 2019 when he scored 120 points.
Josh Jacobs now has the best and the 3rd best RB performances of the season.
Jarrett has now lost a league-high 100 career games. Erik has the 2nd most losses with 90.
Jake is the new king of October. His 59.6% winning pct is the best with a record of 31-21.
Seven weeks into the season, and we still have yet to hit 1000 total points for a single week. In Week 7, there were just 900 total points scored.
Teams scoring 100 points or more this season are 19-2. The 90.5% win pct is higher than any single season percentage. The season record was 88% set in 2013, and the all-time winning percentage for teams scoring 100 or more points is 83.5%.
Terrance is no longer in last place for total points scored after passing up Chase this past weekend. Chase is now sitting with 529 total points, or 75.6 ppg. That puts Chase on pace to score 1,058 points, which would be tied with Chase’s 2015 squad for 2nd fewest ever.
Jake still has the most points scored against with a total of 702 points, or 100.3 ppg. That puts him on pace to have 1,404 points scored against him, which is no longer that close to breaking any records.
Jake and Chase both win this week despite getting 0 points from 2 players each, which is only the 2nd and 3rd time that has happened this season. In all 3 occurrences this season where an owner has had two players score 0 points, that owner has ended up winning their game anyway.
The 55 points scored by Commish earns him Week 7 Bottom Bitch and it’s the 2nd fewest points scored in a game this season. It is the 2nd fewest points that Commish has ever scored in his career, with the fewest being 54 points (also against Chase) in Week 4, 2015. The victory for Chase over Commish ended up being 79-55, and the 134 combined points scored were the fewest in any game this season.
Chase is now the only manager without a game over 100 points this season.
1. Sean (7-0) — The only other 7-0 team in league history obviously made the playoffs.
2. Jacob (5-2) — Teams with this record after week 7 make the playoffs 80% of the time.
3. Erik (6-1) — Erik is just the 8th owner to start a season 6-1, and teams with that record make the playoffs 86% of the time. Only Chase’s 2018 squad started 6-0 before missing the playoffs at 8-6.
4. Schweg (4-3) — Schweg currently holds a strength-of-victory tiebreaker over Aaron. Teams at 4-3 have a 50% chance of making the playoffs.
5. Aaron (4-3) — Stated above
6. Commish (3-4) — Currently holds a strength-of-victory tiebreaker over Jake. Teams at 3-4 have a 23% chance of making the playoffs.
7. Jake (3-4) — Stated above
8. Chase (2-5) — Chase becomes the 19th team to start a season 2-5, and only one time did a 2-5 team end up making the playoffs. Terrance actually started 2-6 in 2015 before winning his final 6 games. He almost won the semifinal game if it weren’t for David Johnson’s epic comeback for Jake. Terrance would’ve won Robbie Bowl V that season if he could’ve scored 5 more points in that semifinal, so there is still hope for Chase.
9. Terrance (1-6) — Terrance finally gets his first win of the season. He becomes the 7th team to start 1-6, and unfortunately for him, no 1-6 team has ever made the playoffs.
10. Jarrett (0-7) — Jarrett becomes just the 2nd team in league history to start the season 0-7. The aforementioned Sean team of 2013 started 0-7 before knocking off 7-0 Chase. A loss for Jarrett this week would give him the record for longest losing streak (11 games) and would make him the first team to ever start the season 0-8.
Week 8 Preview
Ryan (3-4) vs Jake (3-4)
Jake has won a league-record 13 consecutive games against Ryan. Ryan's last victory was in Week 14, 2014, almost 8 calendar years ago. He has a total record of 17-5 against Ryan. The 17 wins are the most that any owner has against another, and the 77.3% win percentage is the 2nd highest in any rivalry in the league.
Sean (7-0) vs Jacob (5-2)
Jacob leads the series 12-8. Sean has a chance to become the first 8-0 team in league history. This is the first time in league history where the two division leaders will be playing each other, both with a division record of 4-0.
Erik (6-1) vs Aaron (4-3)
Aaron leads the series 16-6. The 72.7% winning percentage against Erik is the 5th highest pct of any rivalry in the league. Aaron has won 4 straight games against Erik. This game is between the 2nd place teams in each division, so this will be almost as important as the Sean vs Jacob matchup.
Schweg (4-3) vs Chase (2-5)
Schweg leads the series 9-6 and has won 3 consecutive games. Schweg will try to hold onto his wildcard seed for another week, and will be happy to see two other teams with winning records lose this weekend.
Terrance (1-6) vs Jarrett (0-7)
Terrance leads the all-time series 15-4. The 78.9% winning percentage makes this rivalry THE most lopsided in league history. Terrance has won 7 consecutive games against Jarrett, which is the 2nd longest active streak, and it is currently tied for the 4th longest winning streak of any owner vs owner series. Jarrett will try to avoid becoming the first team in league history to start the season 0-8.