Sexy Six – Week 5

Sexy Six – Week 3

By Zach Rayment

1 – Shockers

Won 76-8 vs Average Joes

As the season reaches its final weeks, the Shockers have continued to be unstoppable. They handled the Average Joes in embarrassing fashion. In all honesty, I am getting kind of tired of writing about Guiffre tearing defenses apart. It has become impossible not to mention this week, as he threw for 10 touchdowns. But, he once again threw multiple picks on 2-point conversion attempts, which brings his total to 6 in the past 2 weeks. The league's leading receiver, Charlie Barbiere, hauled in 4 more touchdowns to bring his season total to 20. A big defensive performance from Devon Snead did not go unnoticed. He had 3 of the Shockers 6 interceptions on the day and returned 1 for a touchdown.

2 – Blue Jackets

Won 45-32 vs No Lackin’

Anthony Fontana led the Blue Jackets to yet another win, keeping the undefeated season going. He was 25-40 with 381 yards and 6 touchdowns. The stat that stands out the most for him is his interception total. Over 5 games, he has only been picked off once. That is 4 less than the next closest QB in the top 10. Chris Malmstrom was the main target with 7 catches, 131 yards, and 3 touchdowns.

3 – Strangers With Candy

Won 45-22 vs The Grizzlies

Before a small altercation at the end of the game, Anthony Caputo was dominant. He had 362 yard passing, 6 touchdowns, plus a sack, and an interception. Cam Blackwell reeled in 7 catches, 137 yards, 2 touchdowns, and 68 yards passing at the end of the game after Caputo’s ejection.

4 – Rabid Squirrels

Lost 42-24 vs the Warewolves

Even though they seem to be the only team to give me feedback on the power rankings every week, they drop down to 4th after suffering their first loss. Sean Collins did not put in a bad performance by any means, but he could’ve used his top receiver, Anthony Carlo, this week. The league’s 4th ranked receiver was missing this week. Without his top target, Collins still managed 279 yards and 4 touchdowns. No WR reached the 100-yard mark for the Rabid Squirrels.

5 – Warewolves

Won 42-24 vs Rabid Squirrels

Even with a win, the Warewolves stay put in the 5th spot. Angelini only had 6 incompletions on the day. His 387 yards and 6 touchdowns led his team to an easy victory in what seemed like it would be a thriller. Sean McAndrew caught 9 passes, for 117 yards, and 5 touchdowns in his player of the week performance.

6 – Woodchucks

Won 41-26 vs The Warriors

The game was much closer than this game showed. Joe DeTroia’s 2 consective pick-6’s made the big difference in the end. His 2 touchdowns couldn’t have come at a better time, with the Woodchucks only leading by 1. Zitani was 25-29, with 307 yards, and 4 touchdowns.

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