Negligent Discharges find way to knock off WarEagle 112.55-78.35 despite coming up short of expectations
Both teams failed to bring their A game, coming up short of projections, but Negligent Discharges did enough to knock off WarEagle, earning a 112.55-78.35 victory. WarEagle grabbed a 4.05-point lead on Thursday, but Negligent Discharges held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Philip Rivers, who passed for 265 yards and 2 touchdowns for 23.25 points, and James Washington, who caught 4 passes for 111 yards and a touchdown (21.1 points). Jared Goff (33.2 points) and Devonta Freeman (10.4) were the leaders for WarEagle in the loss. Negligent Discharges ends the season on a high note, but they'll miss the postseason with a record of 3-10. WarEagle will also be home for the playoffs, finishing at 3-10.
James Washington had a 30-yard touchdown catch and a 44-yard catch for Negligent Discharges to contribute to a 72.30-43.35 lead for the team.
Both teams had players with standout plays on Sunday afternoon, but after all was said and done, Negligent Discharges boasted a 108.55-76.55 lead. For Negligent Discharges, Philip Rivers had a 36-yard touchdown pass and a 30-yard touchdown pass. Jared Goff made the highlight reel for WarEagle with a 48-yard pass.
While allowing 18 points, surrendering 348 yards, and forcing 3 turnovers against the Falcons, the Saints defense tallied 16 points this week. Their scoring output more-than-doubled their 6.81-point projection and was much higher than their 8.69-point season scoring average. The Saints defense ranks #98 among all fantasy players this season and will face the 49ers next week.
The New Orleans Saints defense