Dirty Dogs hand Vandals third consecutive loss, 141.80-122.45
Dirty Dogs earned a 141.80-122.45 victory to hand Vandals their third straight loss. Vandals grabbed a 38.2-point lead on Saturday behind impressive showings from Stefon Diggs, who caught 11 passes for 147 yards for 25.7 points, and Mike Davis, who ran for 59 yards (8.1 points). But Dirty Dogs held the lead the rest of the way, powered by Kyler Murray (43.2 points) and Calvin Ridley (32.3). This marks the second time this season Dirty Dogs have gotten the best of Vandals, after winning 155.65-138.35 in their last matchup. Dirty Dogs will look to not lose that winning feeling in the Championship next week, while Vandals attempt to rebound and lock up 3rd Place.
Stefon Diggs had a 55-yard catch for Vandals, helping the team to a 38.20-0.00 lead.
CeeDee Lamb had a 45-yard catch for Vandals, while Rodrigo Blankenship had a 53-yard field goal to contribute to a 100.45-68.10 lead for Vandals.
Both teams had players with highlight-reel moments on Sunday afternoon, but it was Dirty Dogs who emerged with the lead, 139.80-112.05. For Dirty Dogs, Kyler Murray had a 20-yard touchdown pass and a 45-yard pass. Emmanuel Sanders made the highlight reel for Vandals with a 51-yard catch.
Ben Roethlisberger had a 23-yard touchdown pass for Vandals.
While passing for 406 yards , running for 29 yards and scoring 4 touchdowns against the Eagles, Murray recorded 43.2 points this week. His scoring output was 53.4% more than his 28.16-point projection and was higher than his 30.36-point season scoring average. Murray ranks #1 among all fantasy players this season and will face the 49ers next week.
Hey, the key to football is uncovering the mismatches, right? Fueled by an awesome showing by Kyler Murray, we quadrupled Vandals at the quarterback position this past week (43.2 points to 10.4). Murray went 27-for-36 for 406 yards, three TDs, and an INT in a 33-26 triumph over the Eagles.
Whoa now, talk about old-school ground n' pound: As a group, the starting RBs for Vandals collectively recorded only three targets this past week.