New Orleans Breakers Score

New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stars

The New Orleans Breakers kick off the game with the ball. Taylor Bertolet kicks it deep to Victor Bolden Jr., who returns it to the Breakers’ 45-yard line. This gives J’Mar Smith a great field position to start the game from. NBC is on its last commercial break before kickoff, and the Breakers’ coach, Larry Fedora, has one message for his team: Take care of the ball.

New Orleans ends the first quarter up seven points in a row. In the second quarter, New Orleans scored a touchdown on a short-run play. They put up 58 yards of offense and ended the quarter with a 7-0 lead. In the third quarter, the Breakers led by seven points.

On the ensuing drive, J.Mar Smith rushes for 2 yards up the middle. The breakers also get a field goal after Brandon Aubrey’s 38-yard field goal. The breakers also score a field goal on fourth down. This makes it 20-14 Breakers.

The Breakers’ first play from scrimmage is a big one. Kyle Sloter finds Taywan Taylor, who makes a one-handed catch. Now New Orleans is just two yards away from scoring on their third field goal. Jared Thomas said he is not going to let this happen a third time.

The Breakers’ defense had a strong performance, but a shaky offensive line let them down. No sacks were recorded on the breakers’ offense. However, despite their lackluster play, the Stars’ quarterback Vad Lee threw two interceptions and rushed for a touchdown. At the half, the Breakers led 10-0. The Breakers scored on a 1-yard TD and then kicked a 22-yard field goal.

The Breakers are a team that plays in the United States Football League. They were a charter member of the league in the 2018 season and will continue playing in the league for the upcoming 2022 season. They play at Protective Stadium in New Orleans and also at Legion Field in Birmingham, Alabama.

The Breakers are 4-2 following the win. They will face the Pittsburgh Maulers in the championship game. During the second half, the Breakers trailed by 22-17. Neither team scored a touchdown in the second half. Both teams had turnovers, but the Breakers had more turnovers and recovered two fumbles.

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