The Inner Circle beat predictions, knock off G-Town Grinders in 172.45-134.20 romp
Both teams rose to the occasion and exceeded expectations, but The Inner Circle got the best of G-Town Grinders, rolling to a 172.45-134.20 win. There wasn't much drama in the matchup, as The Inner Circle nabbed a 67.85-point lead on Thursday behind impressive performances from Dak Prescott and Josh Jacobs. Prescott passed for 375 yards and 2 touchdowns for 33.05 points, while Jacobs racked up 112 yards from scrimmage and ran for a touchdown (19.2 points). Matthew Stafford (302 Pass Yds, 3 Pass TDs) and Antonio Gibson (111 Rush Yds, 35 Rec Yds) carried the flag for G-Town Grinders in the loss. The Inner Circle (7-5) will look to maintain their winning ways against Funky Finger Productions, while G-Town Grinders (7-5) will attempt to generate some positive momentum against JOEMAW.
Dak Prescott teamed up with Michael Gallup for a 41-yard pass for The Inner Circle. Prescott also lit up the scoreboard with a 32-yard touchdown pass and a 51-yard pass, contributing to a 67.85-0.00 lead for The Inner Circle.
Jaylen Waddle had a 57-yard catch for The Inner Circle, while Nick Folk had a 52-yard field goal to contribute to a 151.15-15.00 lead for The Inner Circle.
There were players with big-time plays on both teams on Sunday afternoon, but after all the plays were accounted for, The Inner Circle boasted a 172.45-87.00 lead. For The Inner Circle, Van Jefferson Jr. had a 79-yard touchdown catch. Matthew Stafford made the highlight reel for G-Town Grinders with a 79-yard touchdown pass and a 54-yard touchdown pass.
Tyler Lockett had a 55-yard catch for G-Town Grinders.
Waddle overachieved for the seventh time this season, scoring 28.7 points against his 15.02-point projection. During a 33-10 win over the Panthers, he caught 9 passes for 137 yards and a touchdown. Waddle ranks #53 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Giants next week.
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Creating mismatches is a big key to success in football. We really took that to heart this week by thoroughly outplaying G-Town Grinders at the wide receiver position (62.6 points to 16.9).
So, G-Town Grinders, what did your wideouts do to tick off their quarterbacks this week? Seeing just seven total targets this past week, our three wide receivers obviously need to get in their respective QBs' ears this week in practice.