Brewmasters top Vultures to remain unbeaten in 174.40-117.80 rout
Brewmasters won their sixth game in a row to open the season with a convincing victory over Vultures, rolling to a 174.40-117.80 win. Vultures got out to a 22.00-point lead on Thursday, but it was all Brewmasters after that. They were led by Matt Ryan, who passed for 356 yards and 4 touchdowns for 42.5 points, and the Denver Broncos defense, who didn't allow any points, surrendered 204 yards, and intercepted 3 passes (23 points). Kyler Murray (340 Pass Yds, 3 Pass TDs, 32 Rush Yds) and the New England Patriots defense (14 Pts Allowed, 213 Yds Allowed, 4 Turnovers) carried the flag for Vultures in the loss. Brewmasters (6-0) will look to keep it rolling against Mutinous Apes, while Vultures (3-3) attempt to develop some positive momentum against Redlegs.
Kyler Murray had a 20-yard touchdown pass and a 58-yard pass for Vultures, while Brett Maher had a 62-yard field goal and a 50-yard field goal for the team, who trailed 157.30-117.80 after the late slate.
Kenny Golladay had a 66-yard catch for Brewmasters during Monday Night Football, helping to increase the margin of victory for the team.
While not allowing any points, surrendering 204 yards, and intercepting 3 passes against the Titans, the Broncos defense tallied 23 points this week. Their scoring output more-than-doubled their 8.23-point projection and was much higher than their 6.83-point season scoring average. The Broncos defense will face the Chiefs next week.
The Denver Broncos defense