Wicked Clowns beat predictions but lose to GroundNPound in 145.84-144.28 battle
Wicked Clowns exceeded their projected point total, but it wasn't enough to swing the result. Predicted to win by a score of 135.00-121.61, GroundNPound came back for a 145.84-144.28 victory over Wicked Clowns. GroundNPound trailed 144.28-64.64 heading into Monday night, but the team made a run behind Tyler Bass (1-1 FG, 22 long, 5-5 XP) and the Buffalo Bills defense (9 Pts Allowed, 201 Yds Allowed). David Johnson (128 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD, 11 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) and Jeff Wilson Jr. (183 Rush Yds, 21 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) were the leaders for Wicked Clowns in defeat. This marks the first time this season GroundNPound have taken down Wicked Clowns, after falling 120.9-118.7 in their last matchup. GroundNPound end the season with a record of 11-4, while Wicked Clowns finish the campaign at 12-3.
Jeff Wilson Jr. had a 21-yard touchdown catch for Wicked Clowns, while Kyler Murray had a 45-yard pass, helping Wicked Clowns to a 43.28-10.30 lead.
David Johnson had a 48-yard run for Wicked Clowns, while DJ Chark Jr. had a 20-yard touchdown catch to contribute to a 138.38-17.20 lead for Wicked Clowns.
Aaron Rodgers had a 21-yard touchdown pass for GroundNPound, while Aaron Jones had a 59-yard run for the team, who trailed 144.28-64.64 after the Sunday night game.
Kamara overachieved for the seventh time this season, scoring 54.7 points against his 19.1-point projection. During a 52-33 win over the Vikings, he racked up 172 yards from scrimmage and ran for 6 touchdowns.
Innovative play design and countless hours in the film room. Blood, sweat, and tears in practice. Full attention from all 11 guys in the huddle. Every single route, every single pass, planned meticulously and executed flawlessly. And the final result? A solid 21 completions on 25 attempts: good enough for a completion percentage of 84% for Aaron Rodgers this past week. The Titans secondary didn't see it coming!.
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