WebbahsAreWinnahs knock off Red Storm for sixth straight win, 199.04-169.12
WebbahsAreWinnahs extended their win streak to six games with a hard-fought win over Red Storm, emerging victorious with a 199.04-169.12 victory. Red Storm nabbed a 1.64-point lead on Thursday, but WebbahsAreWinnahs held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Josh Allen, who passed for 359 yards , ran for 33 yards and scored 4 touchdowns for 63.22 points, and Ryan Tannehill, who passed for 273 yards , ran for 21 yards and scored 5 touchdowns (62.14 points). Tom Brady (54.92 points) and Patrick Mahomes (51.88) carried the flag for Red Storm in the loss. This marks the second time this season WebbahsAreWinnahs have taken down Red Storm, after winning 194.66-159.06 in their last matchup. WebbahsAreWinnahs will look to clinch the championship next week, while Red Storm seek to bounce back and lock up 3rd Place.
Josh Allen had a 24-yard touchdown run and a 22-yard touchdown pass for WebbahsAreWinnahs, while Mason Crosby had a 51-yard field goal, helping WebbahsAreWinnahs to an 80.22-1.64 lead.
There were players with highlight-reel plays on both teams early Sunday, after which WebbahsAreWinnahs became the proud owner of a 177.28-83.84 lead. Ryan Tannehill had a 75-yard touchdown pass for WebbahsAreWinnahs, while Matt Prater had a 53-yard field goal. Tom Brady made the highlight reel for Red Storm with a 46-yard touchdown pass.
DeAndre Hopkins had a 20-yard touchdown catch and a 45-yard catch for Red Storm, who trailed 196.44-169.12 after the late afternoon slate.
Allen (359 Pass Yds, 2 Pass TDs, 33 Rush Yds, 2 Rush TDs) scored 63.22 points in a 48-19 win over the Broncos in Week 15. His scoring output was 57.5% more than his 40.13-point projection and was higher than his 45.05-point season scoring average. Allen ranks #3 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Patriots next week.
Hey, we do admire the confidence this past week, WebbahsAreWinnahs. Deploying a starter with zero points (Eric Ebron), while still earning the win... talk about arrogant.
Hey now, talk about under-utilized: As a group, the starting RBs for Red Storm collectively registered one catch on only two targets this past week.