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The team could be looking ahead at their third playoff match against the Stallions, but that’s not a good idea. The team needs to take care of the football against Houston and get the victory in the end. They have far too much talent to get beat by the Houston Gamblers. They will win the game against Houston and then they will turn their attention to the Stallions in Canton Ohio.
The Breakers have played well this season, and they’re looking to continue their winning ways. They will need to overcome some key issues. First of all, Kyle Sloter has struggled with turnovers in his last two games. The second-year quarterback is the second-leading passer in the USFL, but he’ll need to avoid throwing any interceptions. Sloter’s passing skills will be tested as the Stallions heavily rely on Bo Scarbrough and Victor Bolden Jr.
With only two weeks remaining in the regular season, the Breakers are closing in on their final game. The team has a record of 5-3 and is currently in a close race for the second seed south division. The Tampa Bay Bandits are on 4-4, but they’re still in the playoff picture. The final playoff spot will be secured if the Breakers win this week, and the Stallions win next week.
In the next USFL playoffs, the Breakers will host Houston Gamblers in Birmingham, Alabama. Houston is currently 6-6. However, the Breakers’ first round playoff match was against Houston in Week 4. The Breakers won the first meeting between the two teams in Week 4 of the regular season.
New Orleans is coming off a difficult loss to Birmingham, and will be looking for a rebound in this match. The game will be broadcast by NBC. It will feature play-by-play announcer Jac Collinsworth, analyst Jason Garrett, sideline reporter Corey Robinson, and halftime coverage by Sara Perlman.
New Orleans finished the regular-season with a record of 6-4. In Week 10, they lost to the Houston Gamblers by 20-3. Head coach Larry Fedora rested some of his starters for this match. Birmingham, meanwhile, finished the season 9-1, and will be competing without home-field advantage this Saturday. Head coach Skip Holtz says the fans are a huge source of motivation for his team.