Salt Lake QB Josh Woodrum threw for 380 yards in a losing effort to San Diego last week. The Fleet had their number, but 14 points in the 4th made it a lot closer than it was for the meat of the game. Rochester’s own Quentin Gause is putting in plenty of effort for Memphis, too, including two plays last game in which he was called by name by the commentators. Hopefully this is a sign of things to come and Coach Singletary notices his impact on the field.
This game can be seen on B/R Live today. It is a battle between two teams that are better than their records indicate. Sadly, someone will have to drop to 1-6.
Schulzy says: 23-20, Memphis
Orlando cruised to victory last week, and they’re looking pretty comfortable now. The Hotshots have now lost three straight after opening up the first two weeks with wins.
Thinking that the Apollos walk away with this one, but the AAF has been wild as wild can be lately.
Schulzy says: 34-16, Orlando
Aaron Murray is the cog that the Legends have needed, it seems; another win for Atlanta and a 300-yard game for the QB. The Commanders Logan Woodside put up 290 himself, are we going to see a QB duel today?
Both teams coming off two straight wins, someone goes back to the L column today.
Schulzy says: 27-26, Atlanta
The Iron have dropped two straight after opening the season undefeated. The Fleet defense was stout against the Stallions with Kameron Kelly’s three interceptions, an Alliance record.
The Iron have been missing something lately, we’ll have to wait and see if and when they find it again.
Schulzy says: 24-20, San Diego
Schulzy Says – Better on picks last week (2-2 / overall 2 – 6), and the two losses were by a combined 5 points. The games in the AAF are getting super competitive and very close. Two of them looked to be headed to overtime, something we’ve yet to see in the Alliance. The action gets under way later today.