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AAF Week 2 points, highlights: Express Hotshots Lead, Iron Beat Stallions in Defensive Battle



More football? More football. Week 2 AAF got a Saturday to Saturday game between Salt Lake City Stallions and Birmingham Iron. It followed a night game from Arizona Hotshots and Memphis Express. (For more information on how to watch all four games in week 2, click here .)

For the first time this season, the teams will play in cross-play with certain travel schedules. agreements So, it will be interesting to see how road teams act after home favorites covered in all four games for the first week 1. In particular, Salt Lake City (Saturday) and Atlanta (Sunday) should go on the road for the second consecutive week.

CBS Sports is devoted to being your universal store for all AAF. Below you will find everything you need to enjoy Saturday Games, from useful links to key updates and the most exciting moments throughout the day.

Results

Birmingham Iron 1

2, Salty Lake City 9
Memphis Express 12, Arizona Hotshots 0 [break]

Check it out …

Four turns helping Memphis build a presenter

Based on the results of week 1, this is not the beginning, which many had to expect between Arizona and Memphis. The pair of turns of the first quarter of the Hotshots led to nine speed points – their first in the season. First, Memphis got a great starting position when a wide HotShots receiver Josh Huff waved his shot after leveling for a midfield shot. This led to the express field.

John Volford's interception then set up Memphis to hit his first landing season with the launch of Zac Stacy. The second Wolford interception in the second quarter led to another exit on the Express field, and Hotshots were unable to convert the fourth downturn on its side of 50, which was considered fourth in all intentions and goals. Given everything, the Arizona was probably lucky to be down only with two landings given that there were four takeaways on its side of the field.

Trent Richardson put "Iron" Forever with the late TD

Once again, it was not a huge statistical day for the iron race back by Trent Richardson. But just as he did in the 1 st week against Memphis, he seemed to have strengthened when the game went on.

Richardson was turned on for late landing to give iron 12-9 lead in just under ninety minutes. Running back was a trauma of the popliteal tendon, so it is honestly surprising that it was as effective as on Saturday, demonstrating the ability to move a bunch, but also catching the beeffield.

After landing, the stallions had another opportunity to combine the game with a 48-yard field, but the kicker Taylor Bertolot pulled out a broad line attempt to finish 1-4 in a day with another attempt to interrupt due to a failure. Throwing a blunt blow, Birmingham turned into its first moments of the day (more on this below), and it was really a game to forget about a special Salt Lake team.

Another dull piece is received by Birmingham on a board

And now two down blows have led to landing, although the last of the Stallions returns a man De Mornay Pierson-El will surely be more controversial. Pearson El was in the third quarter during a strike from iron, which was restored for landing. Nonetheless, Salt Lake challenged.

An instant repetition made multiple views to see if the Pearson-Ellie's knee was lowered before the moon went out. In the end, the official representative could not find enough evidence to cancel the challenge on the field. Fans of Salt Lake will not be happy with the decision, but it was a great moment for Iron to return to this game.

Long strike helps Salt Lake to lead Birmingham

Despite controlling the game for most of the first half, Iron is 9-0 halfway through partly because Quan Bray returns a dull pink, giving the stallions a good field position on line of Birmingham at 27 yards. Four play later, Joe Boignon crashed into the run.

An estimate of half an hour is somewhat unexpected, given that the Stallions are starting the back-up defender of Austin Allen, which, of course, was shaky for most of the first 30 minutes. But, running back Branden Oliver is a workhorse with 40 yards on the ground and some catches off the backfield. He committed a crime on his back.

Birmingham did not use his offensive possessions and had a rough end to the second quarter. After landing at Salt Lake City, Iron could not turn a fake blow on its territory, which led to the ultimate goal of the Stallions field. "Iron" likes to play in a draw, own a football, but it does not have to be suitable for playing because of – even if Salt Lake has its own problems.

Richardson active, Woodrum is assigned the third QB

One week in the season and injuries reports are already being filled. The biggest name this week is the Iron Throne Tren Richardson, who was slowed down by injury to the right thigh. He is active on Saturday, but was limited this week in practice, and did not participate at all on Thursday. Richardson rushed to a pair of landings in a victory 26-0 last week over Express.

Another key name mentioned in the injury reports this week was the Salt Lake City defender Josh Woodrum, who also suffered a hamstring injury that he received in the first half of last Sunday's loss in Arizona. He is listed as a third defender against Iron, so do not wait to see him this week. He did not take part in the practice on Wednesday and Thursday, and was restricted to the following day. Austin Allen was declared the starting point for the stallions before the start match.


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