Clark's Swell Team defeat Dustin's Team for fourth straight win, 101.10-65.66
Clark's Swell Team extended their win streak to four games with a hard-fought win over Dustin's Team, emerging victorious with a 101.10-65.66 victory. It was the third loss in a row for Dustin's Team. Clark's Swell Team jumped out to a 28.90-point lead on Thursday behind a standout showing from Aaron Rodgers. Dustin's Team came back to take the lead during the early slate on Sunday, powered by Brandin Cooks (15.8 points) and Evan Engram (13.3). Not to be deterred, Clark's Swell Team made a run later that afternoon, as Chase Claypool (11.3 points) and Diontae Johnson (11.1) put them back ahead once and for all. Clark's Swell Team improve to 5-4 on the season, while Dustin's Team fall to 4-5.
Aaron Rodgers had a 52-yard touchdown pass and a 36-yard touchdown pass for Clark's Swell Team to contribute to a 28.90-0.00 lead for the team.
There were players with standout moments for both teams early Sunday, after which Dustin's Team became the proud owner of a 53.30-50.80 lead. For Clark's Swell Team, Travis Kelce had a 44-yard catch. Brandin Cooks made the highlight reel for Dustin's Team with a 57-yard touchdown catch.
Diontae Johnson had a 42-yard catch for Clark's Swell Team, helping the team to a 97.10-60.30 lead.
Projected to score 20.92 points, Rodgers scored 38.2% more than that amount by scoring 28.9 points as the Packers beat the 49ers 34-17. He passed for 305 yards and 4 touchdowns to beat his projection by the highest percentage of any player on Clark's Swell Team this week. In Week 10, Rodgers and the Packers will battle the Jaguars.
Clark's Swell Team
Creating mismatches is a huge key to success in football. Thanks to a stellar showing by Aaron Rodgers, we absolutely dominated Dustin's Team at the quarterback position this past week (28.9 points to 5.36). Rodgers cruised through the 49ers defense to the tune of 305 yards and four passing touchdowns.
"Not seeing enough looks" can't be a reasonable excuse this week for Dustin's Team. Our four pass-catchers (three WR and one TE) collectively saw a grand total of 30 targets in Week 9. Those players might need to get some extra reps with the JUGS machine, considering they recorded just 15 receptions.