Slap The Chef top Penetrators to remain unbeaten, 105.56-92.58
Slap The Chef won their sixth straight matchup to open the season with a hard-fought victory over Penetrators, securing a 105.56-92.58 win. Slap The Chef never trailed in this one after earning a 0.70-point lead on Thursday behind Josh Gordon. The Denver Broncos defense (0 Pts Allowed, 204 Yds Allowed, 3 Turnovers) and Dak Prescott (277 Pass Yds, 11 Rush Yds, 1 Rush TD) were the top scorers for Penetrators in the loss. Slap The Chef (6-0) will look to sustain their winning ways against Dr!p, while Penetrators (5-1) face off against 🏆🐲 KING KOOPA 🐲🏆 in an effort to get back on track.
Both teams had players with standout plays early Sunday, but after the dust settled, Slap The Chef emerged with a 60.66-39.30 lead. Stefon Diggs had a 62-yard touchdown catch and a 51-yard touchdown catch for Slap The Chef, while Baker Mayfield had a 31-yard touchdown pass and a 41-yard pass. Matt Gay made the highlight reel for Penetrators with a 54-yard field goal.
Kenny Golladay had a 66-yard catch for Penetrators.
With 36.5 points, Diggs more-than-quadrupled his 7.51-point projection as the Vikings beat the Eagles 38-20. He racked up 185 yards from scrimmage and caught 3 touchdown passes to beat his projection by the second-highest percentage of any player in the league this season. Diggs will face the Lions next week.
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Props on deploying a lineup that recorded 105.56 points this past week. We consider that to be a job well done. We should maintain this momentum as we head into our next challenge in Week 7.
Unless Penetrators wants to go full diva-mode, then "not seeing many looks" is definitely not a valid excuse this time around. Our pass-catching corps (three WR and one TE) collectively saw a grand total of 27 targets in Week 6. With just 15 total catches, that group may need to work on chemistry with their QBs.