Dr. House Region 4 beat Leones Bravos jr., 248.49-192.79
Dr. House Region 4 scored a hard-fought victory over Leones Bravos jr., emerging victorious with a 248.49-192.79 win. Leones Bravos jr. took a 20.30-point lead on Thursday, but Dr. House Region 4 held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Austin Ekeler (101 Rush Yds, 112 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) and DeAndre Hopkins (12 Rush Yds, 120 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD). Aaron Jones (134 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD, 58 Rec Yds) and Allen Robinson II (5 Rec, 48 Rec Yds, 2 Rec TDs) carried the flag for Leones Bravos jr. in the loss. This marks the second time this season Dr. House Region 4 have gotten the best of Leones Bravos jr., after winning 253.8-233.78 in their last matchup. Dr. House Region 4 will look to not lose that winning feeling in the semifinal round next week, while Leones Bravos jr. attempt to bounce back and lock up a top-6 finish.
There were players with big-time moments for both teams early Sunday, but after the scoring was completed, Dr. House Region 4 emerged with a 138.19-132.38 lead. DeAndre Hopkins had a 43-yard touchdown catch for Dr. House Region 4, while Sam Darnold had a 26-yard touchdown pass. Aaron Jones made the highlight reel for Leones Bravos jr. with a 42-yard run.
Both teams had players with big-time plays on Sunday afternoon, after which Dr. House Region 4 owned a 248.49-171.79 lead. Austin Ekeler had an 84-yard touchdown catch for Dr. House Region 4, while Julian Edelman had a 37-yard touchdown catch. Tom Brady made the highlight reel for Leones Bravos jr. with a 37-yard touchdown pass.
Ekeler (101 Rush Yds, 112 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) scored 39.05 points in a 45-10 win over the Jaguars in Week 14. His scoring output more-than-tripled his 11.5-point projection and was much higher than his 19.1-point season scoring average. Ekeler ranks #17 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Vikings next week.
Dr. House Region 4
Kudos to you, Dr. House Region 4. Nice work assembling a lineup that won by 55.7 points this past matchup.
Leones Bravos jr.
Wait, our quarterback threw one interception and literally zero touchdowns? We might need to go back and review the game tape: Was Andy Dalton actually that inaccurate from the pocket, or were the Browns just that good defending the pass?