FDC Chiefs defy predictions, earn win over Enforcers in 175.6-105.8 rout
FDC Chiefs rose to the occasion and beat expectations, cruising to a 175.6-105.8 victory over Enforcers, who fell short of projections. The matchup was decided before it really even started, as FDC Chiefs jumped out to an 87.7-point lead early Sunday afternoon behind stellar performances from Joe Burrow and James Robinson. Burrow passed for 406 yards , ran for 34 yards and scored 4 touchdowns for 43.7 points, while Robinson racked up 137 yards from scrimmage and scored 2 touchdowns (31.7 points). DJ Moore (4 Rec, 93 Rec Yds, 2 Rec TDs) and Alvin Kamara (83 Rush Yds, 65 Rec Yds) were the leaders for Enforcers in defeat. FDC Chiefs (2-5) will look to add to their success against ExigentCircumstances, while Enforcers (4-3) face off against Nightmares in an effort to get some positive momentum.
With 31.7 points, Robinson more-than-doubled his 14.42-point projection as the Jaguars lost to the Chargers 39-29. He racked up 137 yards from scrimmage and scored 2 touchdowns to beat his projection by the highest percentage of any player on FDC Chiefs this week. Next week, Robinson will play the Texans.
Time flies when you're having fun. That's how we feel about this season, which is already at the midway mark. Let's take a closer look at the Standings.
FDC Chiefs rank in the top half of the league in scoring, but they'll have to do better moving forward if they want to make the playoffs. Through seven weeks, the squad is averaging the 5th-most points per game in the league (144.6 ppg), leaving FDC Chiefs with some work to do in order to make the playoffs at No. 12 in the Standings.
529 Rush Yds, 4 Rush TDs, 247 Rec Yds, 2 Rec TDs
2023 Pass Yds, 9 Pass TDs, 121 Rush Yds, 3 Rush TDs
1726 Pass Yds, 13 Pass TDs
Enforcers rank in the top half of the league in scoring, but they'll have to do better moving forward if they want to make the playoffs. Through seven weeks, the squad is averaging the 6th-most points per game in the league (143.6 ppg), leaving Enforcers on the outside looking in for the playoffs at No. 7 in the Standings.
364 Rush Yds, 4 Rush TDs, 460 Rec Yds, 3 Rec TDs
Todd Gurley II
485 Rush Yds, 7 Rush TDs
219 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD, 156 Rec Yds