Manager-less Team brush off expectations, come back to knock off WebbahsAreWinnahs, 220.20-203.32
Both teams exceeded projections, but Manager-less Team got the best of WebbahsAreWinnahs, coming from behind for a 220.20-203.32 win. Trailing 203.32-194.24 heading into Monday night, Manager-less Team rallied behind Alvin Kamara (25.96 points). Josh Allen (417 Pass Yds, 4 Pass TDs, 18 Rush Yds) and Ryan Tannehill (239 Pass Yds, 4 Pass TDs, 12 Rush Yds) were the top scorers for WebbahsAreWinnahs in defeat. Manager-less Team (1-1) will look to maintain their winning ways against Michael Scott, while WebbahsAreWinnahs (1-1) try to get back in the win column against Tyler's Tip-Top Team.
Odell Beckham Jr. had a 43-yard touchdown catch for Manager-less Team, contributing to a 16.96-0.00 lead for the team.
Both teams had several players with highlight-reel plays early Sunday, but after all was said and done, Manager-less Team boasted a 178.24-168.84 lead. Matt Ryan had a 42-yard touchdown pass and a 22-yard touchdown pass for Manager-less Team, while Jared Goff had a 28-yard touchdown pass. Meanwhile, Josh Allen had a 46-yard touchdown pass and a 22-yard touchdown pass for WebbahsAreWinnahs, while Ryan Tannehill had a 63-yard pass.
Tyreek Hill had a 54-yard touchdown catch for WebbahsAreWinnahs, helping the team to a 203.32-194.24 lead.
Kamara was one of seven starters to overachieve for Manager-less Team this week. He scored 25.96 points (79 Rush Yds, 2 Rush TDs, 95 Rec Yds) against the Raiders in Week 2 to beat his 14.98-point projection. Kamara ranks #8 among all fantasy players this season and will face the Packers next week.
Hey, it's good to be confident, Manager-less Team. Deploying a player with zero points (Kenny Golladay), while still getting the W... that's borderline cocky. All we ask is to please keep that flashy, show-off type of stuff to the early regular season. Can you imagine how silly we'd look if we let it happen in the playoffs?
Well, we certainly can't complain about a lack of opportunities this time, can we? Our four pass-catchers (three WR and one TE) combined to receive a hearty 30 targets in Week 2. With just 16 total catches, this group may need to work on chemistry with their QBs.