Is there an idiom for saying something like:
- I did an entire team's job all by myself.
- He did a job which usually a team of specialists would be required to do that.
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I did an entire team's job all by myself.
I carried the team's load on that job
I carried the team's weight on that job.
He did a job which usually a team of specialists would be required to do
He carried the load of a team of specialists on that job,
carry the load Dictionary.com
Other possibilities: I held the team up on that job
He bore the load of a team of specialists
I sustained the team on that job,
He sustained the weight of a team