Havoc hand Dirty Dogs fifth straight loss, 131.35-104.10
Havoc earned a 131.35-104.10 victory to hand Dirty Dogs their fifth consecutive loss. Dirty Dogs nabbed a 5.20-point lead on Thursday, but Havoc held the lead the rest of the way. They were led by Mike Evans (12 Rec, 180 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) and Jaylen Samuels (10 Rush Yds, 73 Rec Yds). Courtland Sutton (5 Rec, 56 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) and Jarvis Landry (6 Rec, 51 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) were the leaders for Dirty Dogs in the loss. Havoc (6-3) will look to sustain their winning ways against FDC Chiefs, while Dirty Dogs (1-8) will try to develop some positive momentum against SECFOR Sixers.
There were players with highlight-reel moments on both teams on Sunday afternoon, after which Havoc boasted a 124.35-88.60 lead. For Havoc, Mike Williams had a 56-yard catch and a 46-yard catch. Philip Rivers had a 56-yard pass and a 46-yard pass for Dirty Dogs, while Courtland Sutton had a 21-yard touchdown catch.
Saquon Barkley had a 65-yard catch for Dirty Dogs.
Watkins scored 13.3 points in a 26-23 win over the Vikings to more-than-double his 6.51-point projection. He caught 7 passes for 63 yards to beat his projection by the highest percentage of any player on Havoc this week. In Week 10, Watkins and the Chiefs will face the Titans.
A big key to success in football is identifying the mismatches. With some stellar yardage production from our running backs, our team created a noticeable disparity this week. Our three backfield starters put up 204 more yards from scrimmage than the RBs on Dirty Dogs (307 total yards to 103), and we wound up utterly dominating them at the position (45.7 points to 17.3).
Unless Dirty Dogs wants to go diva-mode on us, then "not seeing enough looks" won't cut it as an excuse this time around. Our five pass-catchers (four WR, one TE) collectively saw a healthy 34 targets in Week 9. Those players should try to get some extra practice reps in with their QBs, considering they recorded just 18 catches.