The Week 11 Monday Night Football game was a blowout as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers crushed the New York Giants 30-10. And then Tuesday, Giants’ offensive coordinator Jason Garrett was fired.
Below were my top-three plays for the Week 10 MNF game on SuperDraft and how they ended up performing:
Leonard Fournette, RB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1.75x score multiplier)
A mediocre 18.2 SuperDraft points for Tampa’s starting running back. He compiled just 35 yards on the ground but managed six receptions for 35 yards through the air. There were plenty of lineups with Fournette included that ended up cashing. Though since he did not end up getting into the end zone, he did not end up on many lineups that took down tournaments.
Mike Evans, WR, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1.5x)
Evans caught his sixth touchdown reception in four games and is now tied with Cooper Kupp for the league lead in receiving touchdowns (10). He ended up with 25.95 points on his 6-73-1 receiving line (11 targets) along with 10 rushing yards. He landed in one of the flex spots of the $5,000-winning Hail Mary GPP lineup.
Kenny Golladay, WR, New York Giants (1.75x)
This was an absolute dumpster fire as Golladay only saw two targets the entire game. His lone catch came early in the first quarter (for 12 yards) as he destroyed any SuperDraft lineups that included him. Rookie slot man Kadarius Toney led the Giants in receiving (7-40-0 on 12 targets) as QB Daniel Jones managed to throw for just 167 yards. Hopefully Garrett’s ousting will lead to more opportunities for the talented Golladay going forward.
1. Leonard Fournette, RB (27.56 champion points)
2. Mike Evans, WR (38.93)
3. Tom Brady, QB (33.42)
4. Kenny Golladay, WR (4.5)
5. Graham Gano, K (9.2)
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