Hard Targets come back to beat The Dogs of War for fifth straight win in 160.35-139.40 blowout
Hard Targets extended their win streak to five games with a dominant victory over The Dogs of War, rolling to a 160.35-139.40 win. Hard Targets earned an early 16.30-point lead on Thursday. The Dogs of War came back to take the lead on Sunday night, powered by Mark Andrews (16.5 points) and Justin Tucker (13). Unphased, Hard Targets made a run when it mattered most on Monday night, as Antonio Gibson (23.6 points) put them back ahead for good. Hard Targets (8-4) will look to notch another W against Roughnecks, while The Dogs of War (9-3) face off against Soonerjack in an effort to get back on track.
Matt Breida had a 23-yard touchdown catch for Hard Targets, helping to stake the team to a 26.00-9.70 lead.
Both teams had players with standout moments on Sunday afternoon, but it was Hard Targets who emerged with the lead, 136.75-96.60. For Hard Targets, Adam Thielen had a 20-yard touchdown catch. Matthew Stafford had a 79-yard touchdown pass and a 54-yard touchdown pass for The Dogs of War, while Randall Cobb had a 54-yard catch.
Justin Tucker had a 52-yard field goal for The Dogs of War to contribute to a 137.10-136.75 lead for the team.
With 23 points, the Dolphins defense more-than-tripled their 6.75-point projection in a 33-10 win over the Panthers. They allowed only 10 points, surrendered 198 yards, and intercepted 3 passes to beat their projection by the second-highest percentage of any DEF in the league this season. The Dolphins will square off against the Giants in Week 13.
The Miami Dolphins defense