The Dominators come back to win against Fantastic Frinks, 134.12-128.44
Both teams showed up and outperformed their projected point totals, but The Dominators took down Fantastic Frinks. Predicted to fall short by a score of 108.92-102.56, The Dominators staged an impressive comeback to earn a 134.12-128.44 victory over Fantastic Frinks. The Dominators trailed 122.44-113.82 heading into Monday night, but the squad roared back behind Darren Waller, who caught 12 passes for 103 yards and a touchdown for 16.3 points, and the New Orleans Saints defense, who allowed 34 points, surrendered 375 yards, and forced a fumble (4 points). Aaron Jones (41.6 points) and Kyler Murray (33.14) led the way for Fantastic Frinks in the loss. The Dominators (2-0) will look to add to their success against The Mad Scientist, while Fantastic Frinks (1-1) will try to get back on track against Layne Ducks.
There were several players with standout moments on both teams early Sunday, after which The Dominators emerged with a 64.20-61.30 lead. James Conner had a 59-yard run for The Dominators, while John Brown had a 46-yard touchdown catch. Meanwhile, Mike Evans had a 23-yard touchdown catch and a 50-yard catch for Fantastic Frinks, while Aaron Jones had a 75-yard touchdown run.
Kyler Murray had a 21-yard touchdown run and a 54-yard pass for Fantastic Frinks, helping the team to a 109.74-64.20 lead.
Russell Wilson connected with DK Metcalf for a 54-yard touchdown pass for The Dominators. Wilson also lit up the scoreboard with a 38-yard touchdown pass and a 21-yard touchdown pass for The Dominators, who trailed 122.44-113.82 after Sunday night.
Taking on the Saints in Week 2, Waller caught 12 passes for 103 yards and a touchdown. In doing so, he put up 16.3 points to double his 8.15-point projection, the highest percent increase of any player on The Dominators this week. In Week 3, Waller and the Raiders will play the Patriots.