Havoc come up short of predictions, succumb to Enforcers, 129.80-92.25
There's no easy way to put it, Havoc dropped the ball, at least based on projections, as Enforcers earned a 129.80-92.25 win. Enforcers grabbed an early 9.45-point lead on Thursday. Havoc came back to take the lead during the early games on Sunday, powered by Cooper Kupp (21.3 points) and Matt Gay (12). Not to be deterred, Enforcers made a run later that night, as Dak Prescott (42.6 points) and Ezekiel Elliott (17.2) put them back in the lead once and for all. This marks the second time this season Enforcers have knocked off Havoc, after winning 174.6-157.9 in their last matchup. Enforcers finish the season at 8-7, while Havoc end the campaign at 5-11.
Inside the Matchup
Matchup Player of the Week
Carter overachieved for the seventh time this season, scoring 14.4 points against his 14.04-point projection. During a 26-21 win over the Jaguars, he ran for 118 yards .
Top Player Comparison
There were players with highlight-reel plays on both teams on Thursday, but it was Enforcers who claimed the lead, 28.10-18.65. For Enforcers, Deebo Samuel had a 56-yard catch. Ryan Tannehill made the highlight reel for Havoc with a 42-yard pass.
Dak Prescott had a 40-yard pass for Enforcers, contributing to a 123.80-92.25 lead for the team.
Points By Position
Well, that's a wrap for the season. Let's take one last look at where these teams finished up before looking ahead to next year.
Enforcers finished the season averaging 127.47 points per game, 8th-best in the league, placing them 8th in the standings at the end of the regular season.
3928 Pass Yds, 29 Pass TDs, 126 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD
301 Rush Yds, 7 Rush TDs, 1247 Rec Yds, 5 Rec TDs
566 Rush Yds, 4 Rush TDs, 316 Rec Yds
Havoc completed the regular season 10th in the standings after averaging 131.07 points per game, 7th-highest in the league.
132 Rec, 1734 Rec Yds, 14 Rec TDs
3327 Pass Yds, 15 Pass TDs, 265 Rush Yds, 7 Rush TDs
3230 Pass Yds, 25 Pass TDs, 188 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD
Enforcers got the victory even though only four of their 11 starters scored higher than their projected point totals.
Havoc had only three of their 11 starters score higher than their projected points.
The final result could've looked differently, as Enforcers had three starters score zero points, while Havoc had two.
Enforcers put up more points than their season scoring average (127.47) while Havoc fell short of theirs (131.07).
Neither team was able to achieve its projected point total.
For Havoc, Cooper Kupp scored 21.3 points, the fifth-highest score for a wide receiver this week.