you smell it?
Troy Pringle - Enforcers Team Reporter
- (20 March 2001)
-- Once again, the Chicago Enforcers take control at Soldier
Field. The offense looked superb featuring the dominant John
Avery-LeShon Johnson connection. And the Chicago "D"
let me repeat that
the Chicago defense
roughed up one of the best quarterbacks in the XFL, Mike Pawlawski.
being sacked twice in key situations, throwing for just 133
yards and tossing two interceptions (one of which capped off
the Enforcers second victory), Pawlawski walked off the field
with his team now 3-4, after losing 25-19 to the now surging
victory keeps the Enforcers in prime play-off position and can
very possibly finish the season winning five of the last six
I would much rather see them beat each team while the opponents
are at their best, I like the opportunities that face us in
the upcoming weeks. Take a look at the Enforcers remaining schedule
against division rivals
some of whom recently lost their
24 vs. Birmingham (without Casey Weldon)
March 31 at New York/New Jersey (This time Avery will play!!!)
April 8 vs. Orlando (without Jeff Brohm)
Enforcers are still just one game out of second place with two
out of three games at home and a critical game against the second-place
Hitmen in New York on March 31.
three Chicago victories, the Enforcers still need a little help
from one of their division rivals to defeat the Hitmen. After
simply handing the victory over to Orlando and Birmingham early
in the season, the time has come for the Rage and/or the Bolts
to pay up.
I bring this to an end, let me take you back a few weeks to
my "A Cinderella Story for Chicago?" article: "This
could be the start of something huge in Chicago. The team that
starts out the season 0-4 makes the playoffs?
is very possible. Remember the top two teams in each division
make the playoffs. The Enforcers are only one game out of second
place and with the final three games of the year against our
division rivals, anything is possible.
I'm calling it out
mark your calendars
March 5, 2001
by ChiEnforcers1, Chicago Enforcers Team Reporter
friends, this is the start of the comeback of the inaugural
see where I'm going with this?
the way to the play-offs with the Enforcers!