Vanduhlay industries 77 - Deathfromabove 67
I am not at all afraid to point out that I called this upset. You might wonder how I know so much about football and yet manage to miss the playoffs every year, but that it a discussion for another time. Brandon Jacobs actually did play, but wasn't all that noticeable. Jay Cutler was plenty noticeable, racking up 19 points against the Chiefs, which may actually be a disappointment.
Yahoo! missed on their Peterson projection by a factor of 2 and missed on their DFA projection by 37 points. Only scoring 11 against Detroit in the first round of the playoffs makes Peterson the draft bust of the year. Thanks for nothing, chumpstyle! In short, secondary receiver roulette, DFA started Lance Moore and Eddie Royal over Kevin Walter. Unfortunately, Moore and Royal combined for 8 points and Walter had 20 all by himself. Such is life.
Purple Swirls 131 - Crafton Tough Kids 53
Wild card weekend occasionally features some blowouts. Like Dan Marino's last game when Jacksonville beat Miami 62-7. Or this game here. Vincent Jackson's benching was actually irrelevant, so at least Larry won't spend the offseason rocking back and forth in a dark corner.
Caulen boasts that he has the best backfield in the WVFL and with 22 points from Johnson and 32 from Westbrook, it would be hard to prove otherwise. Rookie QB Matt Ryan had 24 points! This might just be a team of destiny. And point density.