Fantasy Football 2013: week 12

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In one league I have a three-game winning streak.  In the other, my opponent is the one with the streak of three; earned by mowing me down.

Half Measure Puts the Kibosh on POWERS, Streak Climbs to Three

Audy Bears Wins Stunner over Flippy Flop, Makes It Three in a Row

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[For the record, my teams are Half Measure and Flippy Flop.]


Half Measure Puts the Kibosh on POWERS, Streak Climbs to Three

Half Measure (6-6) 139.90

POWERS (6-6) 103.95

Half Measure beat POWERS 139.90 – 103.95 for a second win in as many head-to-head matchups. This week, Josh McCown did the most damage, putting up 33.00 points. It was a downgrade, however, from the 53.00 points the Seattle Seahawks Defense got the last time these teams played. Things could have been different, POWERS had several starters score zero points. This is the tightest victory for Half Measure in two head-to-head matchups. They defeated POWERS 173.80 – 125.35 in Week 2.

Smooth Moves by Half Measure

  • Benched Robert Griffin III, who had the lowest QB score on the team with 6.55 points.
  • The 24.40 points scored by Anquan Boldin was the fourth-highest score by a WR in the league this week.
  • With 15.50 points against a projected 7.13, J.J. Watt had his highest output of the season and has now overachieved in five straight games.
  • Josh McCown led the team in scoring for the second time this season with 33.00 points.
  • The 13.50 points scored by Lavonte David was a season-high.

Game Notes

  • Half Measure had their lowest winning score of the season with 139.90 points.
  • Half Measure bested their projected points again, the eighth time this season they have done so, including a streak of three straight games.
  • Half Measure won by 35.95 points, covering the 14.70-point spread.
  • Half Measure has now won three games in a row.

Audy Bears Wins Stunner over Flippy Flop, Makes It Three in a Row

Audy Bears (8-4) 164.50

Flippy Flop (3-9) 133.70

Audy Bears picked up their third win in a row when they beat Flippy Flop 164.50 – 133.70. They got a boost from the Arizona Cardinals Defense, which got the second-highest point total in the league this week. The streak has been a shot in the arm for Audy Bears. They’ve moved from fourth place to second since Week 10. Audy Bears started four players with zero points while Flippy Flop served up one goose egg, meaning both teams left points off the scoreboard. Flippy Flop holds steady in eighth place with a 3-9 record. Audy Bears has now steamrolled Desert Destroyers (192.85 – 158.85) and Falcons (162.25 – 136.00).

Missed Opportunities by Flippy Flop

  • The 2.55 points scored by Case Keenum fell short of his 13.47-point projection, the third straight game where that has happened.
  • Wes Welker has now failed to reach his projection for three straight games. This week he scored 4.15 points versus a projected 10.70.
  • Chris Canty was last in the matchup in scoring with 0.25 points against a projected 2.89 and underachieved for the third time this season.
  • With 1.00 point against a projected 3.23, Malik Jackson did not meet his projection for the fifth straight game.
  • Antonio Smith has scored below his projection in three straight games after scoring 1.25 points against a projected 3.04 this week.

Game Notes

  • Audy Bears had three starters who scored more points than the highest-scoring starter for Flippy Flop.
  • Audy Bears is on a three-game winning streak, currently the longest in the league.
  • With a combined 42.40 points from their WRs, Audy Bears got their highest combined scoring output from the WR position this season.
  • The RBs on Flippy Flop collectively had their best week of the season with 43.20 points.
  • Although Audy Bears won, it was no thanks to Tony Romo, who scored 8.10 points and has now scored below his projection in three straight weeks.
  • With the win, Audy Bears now has a 1-1 record in upset games this season.
  • With the loss, Flippy Flop is now 2-1 in upset games this season.
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