Blitz and Glamour fall short of expectations, succumb to PIERMONSTERS in 215.10-145.15 rout
There's no way around it, Blitz and Glamour dropped the ball, at least compared to projections, as PIERMONSTERS cruised to a 215.10-145.15 win. Blitz and Glamour nabbed a 19.30-point lead on Thursday, but it was all PIERMONSTERS after that. They were led by Justin Herbert (274 Pass Yds, 3 Pass TDs, 38 Rush Yds) and the Miami Dolphins defense (15 Pts Allowed, 210 Yds Allowed, 3 Turnovers). DJ Moore (4 Rec, 103 Rec Yds, 1 Rec TD) and Daniel Jones (228 Pass Yds, 1 Pass TD, 14 Rush Yds) were the leaders for Blitz and Glamour in the loss. This marks the second time this season PIERMONSTERS have taken down Blitz and Glamour, after winning 199-146.5 in their last matchup. PIERMONSTERS (7-5) will look to keep it rolling against Stay Cappin, while Blitz and Glamour (4-8) will meet The Overkiller's in an effort to get back on track.
Daniel Jones had a 44-yard pass for Blitz and Glamour, helping give Blitz and Glamour a 34.60-15.30 lead.
There were multiple players with standout moments for both teams early Sunday, but after the smoke cleared, PIERMONSTERS emerged with a 114.00-106.35 lead. Amari Cooper had a 45-yard catch for PIERMONSTERS, while Greg Zuerlein had a 57-yard field goal. Meanwhile, DJ Moore had a 52-yard catch for Blitz and Glamour, while Cade York had a 51-yard field goal.
There were players with big-time moments for both teams on Sunday afternoon, after which PIERMONSTERS became the proud owner of a 215.10-129.15 lead. For PIERMONSTERS, Justin Herbert had a 33-yard touchdown pass. Tyler Lockett made the highlight reel for Blitz and Glamour with a 35-yard touchdown catch.
The Dolphins defense overachieved for the sixth time this season, scoring 25 points against their 14.02-point projection. In a 30-15 win over the Texans, they allowed 15 points, surrendered 210 yards, and forced 3 turnovers. The Dolphins defense will face the 49ers next week.
The Miami Dolphins defense
Nice job, PIERMONSTERS. Assembling a starting crew that logged more than 215 points this past matchup. We should tip our cap to the GM of Blitz and Glamour, take this W in stride, and continue the march towards the Motor City Football league championship.
Blitz and Glamour
It's entirely possible that Blitz and Glamour would be a better talent scout in real football than in fantasy. Seeing only 22 targets as a group in Week 12, their six starting pass-catchers (five WR, one TE) apparently did a superb job blocking downfield and running decoy routes.