Montana, Brady, and Manning. Those are some of the names that Booger will be synonymous with after their comeback victory against BringYoDicks, overcoming a 7.46-point deficit on Sunday night, edging BringYoDicks 85.22 to 81.68. Booger picked up 23.90 points from Le'Veon Bell and 15.40 from Julian Edelman. The miniscule 3.54-point playoff victory was the ninth-smallest difference over all matchups this season. Booger goes to 2-1 head-to-head this season against BringYoDicks, avenging a Week 14 loss (114.06 to 106.52) the last time the teams met. With Jordan Matthews delivering zero points for Booger, the margin could have been bigger. BringYoDicks concluded the regular season in third place with a record of 8-6. Their record was a bit misleading, as they ranked just fifth in the league in scoring average at 98.88 points per game. This postseason, BringYoDicks was sent home quickly, losing in their only playoff game.