Bitterness overtake Dirty 54 for top spot, 180.4-156.2
Bitterness overtook Dirty 54 in the standings, ascending into first place in Motor City Football with a come-from-behind win, coming back for a 180.4-156.2 victory. Trailing 156.2-149.5 heading into Monday night, Bitterness came storming back behind Chris Carson, who ran for 102 yards and a touchdown for 17.9 points, and Jason Myers, who made all 3 of his FG attempts (13 points). Josh Allen (231 Pass Yds, 1 Pass TD, 43 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD) and Lamar Jackson (105 Pass Yds, 1 Pass TD, 101 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD) were the leaders for Dirty 54 in defeat. This marks the second time this season Bitterness have knocked off Dirty 54, after winning 212.3-205.25 in their last matchup. Bitterness (9-4) will look to keep it rolling in the playoffs, while Dirty 54 (9-4) will attempt to bounce back and make a run of their own in the postseason.
Josh Allen had a 25-yard touchdown pass for Dirty 54, helping Dirty 54 to a 57.4-0.0 lead.
Lamar Jackson had a 20-yard touchdown pass for Dirty 54, while Josh Lambo had a 53-yard field goal, helping Dirty 54 to a 147.2-40.3 lead.
Austin Ekeler had a 30-yard touchdown catch for Bitterness, who trailed 147.2-127.8 after the late action.
The Rams defense scored 24 points in a 34-7 win over the Cardinals to more-than-double their 10.51-point projection. They allowed only 7 points, surrendered 198 yards, and intercepted a pass to beat their projection by the highest percentage of any player on Bitterness this week. The Rams will battle the Seahawks next week.
The Los Angeles Rams defense