Despite top scorer Allen, War Pony fall to Mutinous Apes, 157.20-145.25
Josh Allen had 45.25 points for War Pony, the best total in the matchup and second-highest in the league this week, but it wasn't enough to defeat Mutinous Apes, who secured a 157.20-145.25 win. War Pony nabbed an 8.90-point lead on Thursday, but Mutinous Apes held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Calvin Ridley (10 Rec, 163 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) and D'Andre Swift (67 Rush Yds, 2 Rush TDs, 15 Rec Yds). Josh Allen (45.25 points) and Stefon Diggs (25.7) did their part for War Pony in the loss. This marks the second time this season Mutinous Apes have beaten War Pony, after winning 120.6-100.9 in their last matchup. Mutinous Apes will look to clinch the championship next week, while War Pony seek to bounce back and finish the season with a win in the 3rd Place game.
While catching 4 passes for 86 yards and a touchdown against the Cowboys, Bourne scored 18.6 points this week. His scoring output was 66.7% more than his 11.16-point projection and was much higher than his 7.64-point season scoring average. Bourne will face the Cardinals next week.
Sure, we ultimately got the win, but we can't deny it, Mutinous Apes. Our QB was severely outclassed this past week. Our one signal-callers combined for just 19.8 points in Week 15, and the QBs for War Pony doubled us up with a score of 45.25.
Happy holidays, War Pony! We hope the GM of Mutinous Apes will pen a thank-you card for the generous 145.25-point gift this past week.