Rams the Legends defy predictions, earn win against Will0120, 95.65-82.88
Rams the Legends stepped up and exceeded their projected point total, earning a 95.65-82.88 win over Will0120, who fell short of projections. Rams the Legends never trailed in this one after taking a 4.00-point lead on Thursday behind the Los Angeles Chargers defense. Ryan Tannehill (181 Pass Yds, 2 Pass TDs, 37 Rush Yds) and Michael Gallup (4 Rec, 76 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) led the charge for Will0120 in the loss. Rams the Legends (3-7) will look to build on their success against Elvis, while Will0120 (6-4) will attempt to generate some positive momentum against AvengerRam.
Ryan Tannehill had a 23-yard touchdown pass and a 52-yard pass for Will0120, who trailed 65.89-34.69 after the early games.
There were players with standout plays on both teams on Sunday afternoon, after which Rams the Legends emerged with a 78.05-46.42 lead. For Rams the Legends, Aaron Rodgers had a 48-yard pass. Joey Slye made the highlight reel for Will0120 with a 50-yard field goal.
Both teams had players with big-time moments on Sunday night, but it was Rams the Legends who grabbed the lead, 95.65-64.75. For Rams the Legends, Randall Cobb had a 22-yard touchdown catch. Michael Gallup made the highlight reel for Will0120 with a 23-yard touchdown catch.
Cobb (6 Rec, 106 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) scored 17.6 points against the Vikings in Week 10. His scoring output more-than-tripled his 4.78-point projection and was much higher than his 8.17-point season scoring average. Cobb will face the Lions next week.
Rams the Legends
Sure, we ultimately earned the win, but we can't deny it, Rams the Legends: our quarterback was thoroughly outplayed by the opposition. Ryan Tannehill went 13-of-19 for 181 yards and two touchdowns for Will0120, and all Aaron Rodgers could manage through the air was 233 passing yards. Let's bounce back with a big statement in Week 11!
Welp, we certainly can't whine about a lack of opportunities this time, can we? As a group, our four pass-catchers (three WR, one TE) combined to receive a healthy 36 targets in Week 10. Those players might need to get some extra reps with the JUGS machine, considering they pulled down only 20 receptions.