PICKERS defeat Fighting Chichiwawas for fourth straight win in 106.10-75.82 rout
PICKERS extended their win streak to four games with a convincing win over Fighting Chichiwawas, cruising to a 106.10-75.82 victory. Fighting Chichiwawas jumped out to a 26.70-point lead on Thursday behind a combined 32.7 points from Dak Prescott (355 Pass Yds, 2 Pass TDs, 25 Rush Yds) and Calvin Ridley (8 Rec, 91 Rec Yds). But it was all PICKERS after that. They were led by Aaron Rodgers, who passed for 243 yards and 4 touchdowns and ran for 24 yards for 23.26 points, and Julian Edelman, who caught 6 passes for 106 yards and a touchdown (21.9 points). This marks the second time this season PICKERS have gotten the best of Fighting Chichiwawas, after winning 112-107.66 in their last matchup. PICKERS (8-5) will look to keep it rolling in the playoffs, while Fighting Chichiwawas (8-5) will attempt to bounce back and make a run of their own in the postseason.
Rudolph (4 Rec, 50 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) scored 13 points against the Seahawks in Week 13. His scoring output more-than-doubled his 5.21-point projection and was much higher than his 5.22-point season scoring average. Rudolph will face the Lions next week.
Bravo, PICKERS. Fielding a team that earned over 106 points this past week. Let's tip our cap to the GM of Fighting Chichiwawas, take this W in stride, and continue on our way towards the KFFL XVIII league title.
Here's a list of sports scenarios where it's excusable to go 0-for-2: A double-fault in tennis, a hitter's line in baseball, and a pair of Dwight Howard free throws. That's basically it. Going 0-for-2 on field goal attempts this past week? Sounds like Brett Maher might have just kicked himself back into the free agent pool following this performance.