The Placebo Arm hand Fantastic Frinks fourth consecutive loss in 125.02-55.60 rout
The Placebo Arm rolled to a 125.02-55.60 win to hand Fantastic Frinks their fourth straight loss. This one was decided almost as soon as it started, as The Placebo Arm leapt out to a 25.60-point lead on Thursday behind outstanding efforts from Nyheim Hines and A.J. Brown. Hines racked up 115 yards from scrimmage and scored 2 touchdowns for 23.5 points, while Brown caught one pass for 21 yards (2.1 points). Matt Prater (3-3 FG, 59 long, 3-3 XP) and Mike Evans (6 Rec, 77 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) led the way for Fantastic Frinks in defeat. The Placebo Arm (3-7) will look to build on their success against The Phantom Limbs, while Fantastic Frinks (3-7) meet The Mad Scientist in an effort to get back on track.
Both teams had players with big-time plays early Sunday, but after all was said and done, The Placebo Arm owned a 72.70-33.70 lead. For The Placebo Arm, DJ Moore had a 24-yard touchdown catch. Matt Prater made the highlight reel for Fantastic Frinks with a 59-yard field goal and a 53-yard field goal.
Ben Roethlisberger had a 46-yard pass for The Placebo Arm, while Jason Myers had a 61-yard field goal, helping The Placebo Arm to a 125.02-42.10 lead.
Justin Jefferson had a 54-yard catch for Fantastic Frinks.
Hines racked up 115 yards from scrimmage and scored 2 touchdowns as the Colts beat the Titans 34-17. In doing so, he put up 23.5 points and more-than-quadrupled his scoring projection, the fourth-highest percent increase of any player in the league this season. Next week, Hines will square off against the Packers.
The Placebo Arm
Talk about a bounce-back... The GM of The Placebo Arm shrugged off their two-game winless skid by putting up a whopping 125.02 points this past week!
Unless Fantastic Frinks wants to go diva-mode on us, then "not getting enough looks" won't cut it as an excuse this week. As a group, our pass-catching corps (three WR and one TE) were targeted a respectable 37 times in Week 10. With only 22 total receptions, that group may need to work on chemistry with their QBs.