Flash fall short of predictions, lose to Rams the Legends, 89.15-63.74
Flash fell short of their projected point total, as Rams the Legends secured an 89.15-63.74 victory. Flash took a 12.41-point lead on Thursday, but Rams the Legends held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Aaron Rodgers (243 Pass Yds, 4 Pass TDs, 24 Rush Yds) and Jack Doyle (6 Rec, 73 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD). Davante Adams (6 Rec, 64 Rec Yds, 2 Rec TDs) and Marvin Jones Jr. (3 Rec, 40 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) led the way for Flash in the loss. Rams the Legends ends the season on a high note, but they'll miss the postseason with a record of 4-9. Flash (8-5) will attempt to bounce back from this loss in the playoffs.
There were players with standout moments for both teams early Sunday, after which Rams the Legends became the proud owner of a 69.65-55.04 lead. Aaron Rodgers had a 37-yard touchdown pass and a 43-yard pass for Rams the Legends, while Jack Doyle had a 21-yard touchdown catch. Jacoby Brissett made the highlight reel for Flash with a 21-yard touchdown pass.
Harrison Butker had a 50-yard field goal for Rams the Legends, helping the team to an 89.15-63.74 lead.
Doyle overachieved for the second time this season, scoring 13.3 points against his 5.72-point projection. In a 31-17 loss to the Titans, he caught 6 passes for 73 yards and a touchdown. Doyle will face the Buccaneers next week.
Rams the Legends
Hey, this sport is all about finding the mismatches, right? Thanks to a solid outing from Aaron Rodgers, we tripled Flash at the quarterback position this past week (30.46 points to 9.31). Rodgers went 21-for-33 for 243 yards and four TDs in a 31-13 win over the Giants.
Here's a list of scenarios where it's somewhat excusable to go 0-for-2 in sports: A hitter's line in baseball, a pair of DeAndre Jordan free throws, and a double-fault in tennis. That's basically it. Going 0-for-2 on field goal attempts this past week? Seems like Brett Maher may have just toe-bashed himself back into the free agent pool after that sort of effort.