The Mad Scientist beat The Phantom Limbs for third straight win in 99.30-60.68 rout
The Mad Scientist extended their win streak to three games with a convincing victory over The Phantom Limbs, cruising to a 99.30-60.68 win. It didn't take long to learn who would have the advantage in the matchup, as The Mad Scientist jumped out to a 38.5-point lead early Sunday afternoon behind 48 points from Deshaun Watson (335 Pass Yds, 4 Pass TDs, 26 Rush Yds) and Justin Tucker (3-3 FG, 55 long, 3-3 XP). Josh Allen (122 Pass Yds, 2 Pass TDs, 42 Rush Yds) and Calvin Ridley (6 Rec, 61 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) were the leading performers for The Phantom Limbs in defeat. The Mad Scientist (4-2) will look to sustain their winning ways against An Easy W, while The Phantom Limbs (4-2) meet DeKaylin Zecharius in an effort to generate some positive momentum.
Deshaun Watson had a 53-yard touchdown pass for The Mad Scientist, while Justin Tucker had a 55-yard field goal, helping The Mad Scientist to a 66.40-27.90 lead.
Kenyan Drake had a 69-yard touchdown run for The Mad Scientist during Monday Night Football, helping to add to the margin of victory for the team.
Drake (164 Rush Yds, 2 Rush TDs) scored 28.4 points in a 38-10 win over the Cowboys in Week 6. His scoring output more-than-doubled his 10.02-point projection and was much higher than his 12.33-point season scoring average. Drake ranks #57 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Seahawks next week.
The Phantom Limbs
Coming up next week, second-place The Phantom Limbs (4-2) will look to get back on track against eighth-place DeKaylin Zecharius (3-3). The Phantom Limbs may have to shuffle their lineup a bit with the Indianapolis Colts defense out on bye next week. DeKaylin Zecharius won't have Mark Ingram II.
The Mad Scientist
Next week will feature a couple of teams heading in different directions, as The Mad Scientist (4-2) enter the matchup on a three-game winning streak, while their upcoming opponent (An Easy W, 2-4), have now lost two in a row. Each team has multiple bye weeks to consider in Week 7, as Justin Tucker, the Baltimore Ravens defense, Marquise Brown, and Mark Andrews are off for The Mad Scientist and Derrick Henry, Lamar Jackson, Alexander Mattison, and Dan Bailey are out for An Easy W. Over the last three weeks, The Mad Scientist have put up 109.16 points per game, while An Easy W have averaged 104.34 per contest.