Hey all. Sorry I got a little MIA with the last couple weeks of AAF updates. Once free agency and the combine arrived, I got pretty wrapped-up in that like everybody else, so forgive me.
This past weekend was a wild one as the Arizona Hotshots knocked off the remaining unbeaten squad, the Orlando Apollos, 22-17.
The Birmingham Iron squeaked out a close victory over the San Diego Fleet, 32-29, and the San Antonio Commanders won a very lop-sided game against the Atlanta Legends, 37-6.
Below are the former Chargers who made their presence felt during the most-recent slate of AAF matches.
DT Tenny Palepoi - Salt Lake City Stallions
- 3 total tackles, 2 sacks, 3 quarterbacks hits
Tenny Palepoi sacks Brandon Silvers off the edge at 300 pounds pic.twitter.com/B2Wu9tMbBx— Arif Hasan (@ArifHasanNFL) March 16, 2019
CB Steve Williams - Salt Lake City Stallions
- 3 total tackles, 1 tackle-for-loss
RB Kenneth Farrow II - San Antonio Commanders
- 9 carries for 35 rushings yards and a touchdown
- 2 catches for 1 yard
K Nick Rose - San Antonio Commanders
- 1/1 field goals, long of 23 yards
QB Mike Bercovici - San Diego Fleet
- 17-34 passes for 311 yards, 3 touchdowns, 2 interceptions
RB Terrell Watson - San Diego Fleet
- 8 carries for 38 rushing yards and a touchdown
- 2 catches for 17 receiving yards and a touchdown
WR Nelson Spruce - San Diego Fleet
- 3 catches for 23 receiving yards
TE Ben Johnson - San Diego Fleet
- 3 catches for 9 receiving yards and a touchdown
K Nick Novak - Birmingham Iron
- 2 of 3 field goals, long of 44 yards