Badass bruisers took advantage of the third-highest point total by a player this week (31.70 points) from Latavius Murray and erased a 17.46-point deficit on Sunday night, edging Harambe's Day Care 129.36 to 124.82. This was one of the tightest outcomes to date, with the 4.54-point margin of victory being the sixth-smallest recorded in the league this season. Harambe's Day Care had two players rank highly this week. Marcus Mariota scored 27.92 points while Rishard Matthews put up 24.30. Badass bruisers showed some mercy in the win, starting a player with zero points (Allen Hurns). Badass bruisers (3-6, 1,144.54 points) inches up to eighth place and Harambe's Day Care (3-6, 1,091.60 points) sinks into ninth place.