AvengerRam knock off Xheryk in 126.40-75.18 rout
Despite similar records, Xheryk held a significant season point advantage over AvengerRam coming into this one (1,198-946). But the trend wouldn't continue this week with AvengerRam rolling to a 126.40-75.18 victory. There was very little drama in the matchup, as AvengerRam jumped out to a 33.00-point lead on Thursday behind impressive performances from Anthony Miller (17 points) and the New Orleans Saints defense (16). Derrick Henry (149 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD, 17 Rec Yds) and the Pittsburgh Steelers defense (13 Pts Allowed, 279 Yds Allowed, 2 Turnovers) were the top performers for Xheryk in defeat. AvengerRam ends the season on a high note, but they'll miss the postseason with a record of 5-8. Xheryk will also be home for the playoffs, finishing at 6-7.
Ryan Tannehill had a 40-yard touchdown pass for AvengerRam, helping the team to a 91.87-63.18 lead.
There were players with highlight-reel moments on both teams on Sunday afternoon, but it was AvengerRam who took the lead, 126.40-72.18. For AvengerRam, Robert Woods had a 48-yard catch. Travis Kelce made the highlight reel for Xheryk with a 47-yard catch.
While catching 9 passes for 140 yards against the Lions, Miller registered 17 points this week. His scoring output nearly tripled his 5.82-point projection and was much higher than his 5.17-point season scoring average. Miller will face the Cowboys next week.