Back-and-forth battle ends with SAWTOOTHS coming back to defeat WarEagle, 148.35-140.15
What a whirlwind! After a back-and-forth matchup featuring three lead changes, SAWTOOTHS earned a come-from-behind win over WarEagle, coming back for a 148.35-140.15 victory. Trailing 140.15-128.45 heading into Monday night, SAWTOOTHS came back behind Diontae Johnson (8 Rec, 59 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD). Deshaun Watson (373 Pass Yds, 2 Pass TDs, 25 Rush Yds) and Marvin Jones Jr. (10 Rec, 112 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) were the leaders for WarEagle in the loss. This marks the second time this season SAWTOOTHS have beaten WarEagle, after winning 161.4-140.25 in their last matchup. SAWTOOTHS improve to 7-8 for the season, while WarEagle fall to 7-7.
There were players with standout plays on both teams early Sunday, after which WarEagle became the proud owner of a 132.85-110.85 lead. For SAWTOOTHS, T.Y. Hilton had a 41-yard catch. Deshaun Watson had a 38-yard touchdown pass for WarEagle, while Corey Davis had a 75-yard touchdown catch.
Diontae Johnson had a 23-yard touchdown catch for SAWTOOTHS on Monday night, helping lead the team to the win.
Beasley overachieved for the eighth time this season, scoring 19.2 points against his 13.48-point projection. During a 48-19 win over the Broncos, he caught 8 passes for 112 yards . Beasley ranks #56 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Patriots next week.
Sure, we ultimately got the win, but we can't deny it, SAWTOOTHS: our quarterback was clearly outclassed this past week. Our one signal-callers combined for only 14.25 points in Week 15, while the QBs for WarEagle doubled us up with a score of 31.15.
Tis the season, WarEagle! We hope the GM of SAWTOOTHS will write a thank-you card for the generous 140.15-point gift this past week.