Sean scores 156 points in Week 9, and has now scored the 2nd most points in a 2-game span with 299 points (Terrance scored 310 points in Weeks 7-8, 2014). It was the 3rd most points scored in a single game. He is currently on pace to score 1,592 points, which would break his own record of 1,548 points. He will need to average 105 points per game in the final 5 games to set the record. Sean has now led the league in scoring in 4 out of 9 weeks this year. No one else has done it twice. Only Erik’s 2017 championship team led the league in scoring 4 times through the first 9 weeks. This was the also the first time anyone had two players score 30+ points in 2 consecutive weeks. This was also the largest gap between the top scorer of the week and the lowest scorer of the week (114 points).
At the beginning of this past week, 11 of the 15 players on Ryan’s roster were either hurt, on a bye week or had COVID leaving him just 4 active players: Josh Allen, David Johnson, Antonio Gibson & Justin Tucker. He added two WRs, a TE, a D/ST and also traded for a WR in order to field a full lineup.
Terrance has scored the fewest points in the league, but has also had the fewest points scored against him.
Schweg snaps a 4-game streak of scoring under 100 points.
Erik & Jake’s game totaled 112 points, the 3rd lowest scoring game of all-time, and the lowest scoring game we’ve seen in over 3 years. Erik gets the season sweep over Jake for the 2nd straight year.
In every game this year, Jake has either had more than 100 or less than 80 point scored against him.
Erik has scored 12,641 points and has had 12,641 points scored against him.
What is going on with Chase and the month of November? He falls to 1-13 over the last 3 years, the worst record in any month in any 3-year span. Sorry to keep beating the drum on this one Chasey, but that November win % dips down to 28.1%.
Teams scoring 100 or more points are 30-10 this season, the 2nd lowest win % in a season (75%). Teams were 50-17 in 2018 (74.6%)
Jacob passes Jake (again) for career win %, and Sean passes Chase (again) for career win %.
Teams that are 6-3 (Aaron): 80%
*Important note for Aaron looking ahead to week 10: Teams that are 7-3 make the playoffs 100% of the time. Teams that are 6-4 only make the playoffs 50% of the time.
Teams that are 5-4 (Sean, Jacob, Erik, Jake, Ryan): 33%