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After failing to start a QB and getting vocally called out on it by Mike Kinsman on the YFFL Podcast, the Mexican Humping Beans had plenty to prove in Week 6.

They responded.

The Beans rolled up 76 points on the Buddies to win a wild shootout thanks to a combined 7 touchdowns from the trio of Kirk Cousins, Carlos Hyde and waiver wire pickup Jerick McKinnon (a former member of the Buddies). The victory stops a two game skid and moves the Beans into first place in an up-for-grabs NFC West.

Cousins now has 8 touchdowns in his last three games and is quietly working his way up the scoring list. If he remains hot, the Beans will be a force to reckon with as they attempt to improve on their 5-8 record from a year ago.

Elsewhere around the league, Anthony Aceto's incredible season continued for yet another week as the White Guys scraped by and the Refugees rolled to keep both teams at a perfect 6-0, the Merry Men increased their advantage in the AFC West to 2 games with a narrow victory, and the Wild Card races continue to be anyone's guess as 12 of the league's 16 teams now have 2 or 3 wins and remain very much in the playoff hunt as midseason approaches.


Matt Ryan


Getting Up Off the Matt

Reeling from the loss of 2016 MVP Aaron Rodgers, the Dragons attempted to save their season on Tuesday, dealing a pair of 1st Round draft picks (2018, 2019) and TE Hunter Henry to the Mallards in exchange for QB Matt Ryan and TE Austin Hooper. Ryan will step in immediately and attempt to guide the Dragons through the tough NFC East, while the trade hands the keys of the Mallads over to second year QB Carson Wentz.