Anthropomorphic Milk lose to Overpaid PrimaDonnas, 69.1-61.9
There's no way around it, Anthropomorphic Milk underdelivered, at least compared to projections, as Overpaid PrimaDonnas earned a 69.1-61.9 victory. Anthropomorphic Milk nabbed a 9.4-point lead on Thursday, but Overpaid PrimaDonnas held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by the Los Angeles Rams defense, who allowed only 7 points, surrendered 198 yards, and intercepted a pass for 18 points, and Adrian Peterson, who ran for 99 yards and a touchdown (15.9 points). Lamar Jackson (22.3 points) and Harrison Butker (10) did everything they could for Anthropomorphic Milk in the loss. This marks the second time this season Overpaid PrimaDonnas have knocked off Anthropomorphic Milk, after winning 112.26-72.18 in their last matchup. Overpaid PrimaDonnas ends the season on a high note, but they'll miss the postseason with a record of 3-10. Anthropomorphic Milk (7-6) will attempt to bounce back from this loss in the playoffs.
There were players with big-time moments for both teams early Sunday, after which Anthropomorphic Milk emerged with a 51.9-48.8 lead. For Overpaid PrimaDonnas, Daniel Jones had a 43-yard pass. Lamar Jackson made the highlight reel for Anthropomorphic Milk with a 20-yard touchdown pass.
Harrison Butker had a 50-yard field goal for Anthropomorphic Milk, who trailed 69.1-61.9 after the late slate.
Peterson ran for 99 yards and a touchdown as the Redskins beat the Panthers 29-21. In doing so, he put up 15.9 points to more-than-triple his 4.47-point projection, the fourth-highest percent increase of any RB in the league this season. Next week, Peterson will battle the Packers.