Red Storm come back to hand Quarter Chubb sixth consecutive loss, 150.54-92.98
Red Storm came from behind for a 150.54-92.98 win to hand Quarter Chubb their sixth consecutive loss to open the season. Red Storm trailed 71.60-82.52 heading into Monday night, but the team came storming back behind Patrick Mahomes (225 Pass Yds, 2 Pass TDs, 36 Rush Yds) and Amari Cooper (7 Rec, 79 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD). Lamar Jackson (35.92 points) and Cam Newton (21.38) did everything they could for Quarter Chubb in defeat. This marks the second time this season Red Storm have taken down Quarter Chubb, after winning 188.56-140.8 in their last matchup. Red Storm (4-2) will look to sustain their winning ways against Brian McDougall, while Quarter Chubb (0-6) take on Ultimate Badasses in an effort to generate some positive momentum.
There were players with standout plays on both teams early Sunday, but after the dust settled, Quarter Chubb had a 61.60-38.80 lead. For Red Storm, Justin Tucker had a 55-yard field goal. Darius Slayton made the highlight reel for Quarter Chubb with a 23-yard touchdown catch.
DeAndre Hopkins had a 60-yard catch for Red Storm during Monday Night Football, helping lead the team to the win.
While catching 5 passes for 78 yards and a touchdown against the Packers, Gronkowski put up 11.12 points this week. His scoring output more-than-doubled his 5.54-point projection and was much higher than his 4.79-point season scoring average. Gronkowski will face the Raiders next week.
Listen Red Storm, I'm a "glass half full" kind of coach. While some may harp on the fact that our scoring output has declined a bit lately, I'll choose to spin this in a positive direction. Averaging 186.44 points through Week 5, our crew has obviously proven that it's even better than the 150.54 we needed to win this past week!
Wait, our quarterback threw two interceptions and no touchdowns? We might need to go back and review the game tape. Did Cam Newton seem shaky back there in the pocket, or was the secondary just that great defending the pass? What do you think, Quarter Chubb... should we continue rolling with him?