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Soul Score Season-High 83 Points in Win Over Cleveland

July 9, 2016 • Arena Football League, Front Page, Game Recap, Philadelphia Soul, Press ReleaseComments (0)

Press release from PhiladelphiaSoul.com ALLENTOWN— The Philadelphia Soul (11-3) defeated the Cleveland Gladiators (7-7), with the score 83-62 in front of 5,593 fans at the PPL Center in Allentown, PA on Saturday evening. “We were on a roll offensively tonight,” said Soul head coach Clint Dolezel.  “We came back from bye week ready to play [&hellip...

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Philadelphia Soul Gets First Win over Arizona in Franchise History

May 15, 2016 • Arena Football League, Front Page, Game Recap, Philadelphia SoulComments (0)

The Philadelphia Soul (6-1) met its toughest challenge of the season on Saturday night when it played host to the one-loss Arizona Rattlers at the Wells Fargo Center. Heading into the match-up, Philadelphia was winless (0-6) all-time against Arizona, but head...

AFL: Soul Improve to 3-1 with Big Win over Cleveland

April 23, 2016 • Arena Football League, Front Page, Game Recap, Philadelphia SoulComments (0)

Coming off its 100th victory in franchise history a week ago, the Philadelphia Soul (3-1) entered Saturday looking to continue its win streak against the rival Cleveland Gladiators, which was sitting at five consecutive victories. They did just that,...

AFL: Defense Dominates in Soul’s Season-Opening Victory

April 2, 2016 • Arena Football League, Front Page, Game Recap, Philadelphia Soul, RecapComments (0)

Last night the 2016 Philadelphia Soul squad took step No. 1 on their quest for a second ArenaBowl championship, opening the regular season with a decisive 69-41 road victory over the Cleveland Gladiators. Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh proved why he’s...

Denver’s Defense Leads to Franchise’s 3rd Super Bowl Title

February 8, 2016 • AFC West, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Front Page, Game Recap, NFC South, NFL PlayoffsComments (0)

The Denver Broncos defeated the Carolina Panthers, 24-10, in Super Bowl 50 last night, allowing veteran 39-year old quarterback Peyton Manning to hobble into the sunset with his second Super Bowl championship. But let’s face it, Peyton struggled,...

Denver Heads back to Super Bowl with 20-18 Win

January 24, 2016 • AFC East, AFC West, Denver Broncos, Front Page, Game Recap, New England Patriots, NFL PlayoffsComments (0)

The Denver Broncos managed to knock off the defending champion New England Patriots once again in the AFC Championship this afternoon, returning to the Super Bowl. It’s Peyton Manning’s fourth career Super Bowl appearance (1-2 record in SB), and...

Broncos Pull Off Victory, Set Up Another Brady/Manning Showdown

January 18, 2016 • AFC, AFC North, AFC West, Denver Broncos, Front Page, Game Recap, NFL Playoffs, Pittsburgh SteelersComments (0)

For the 12th time in his career, Peyton Manning has led his team to a postseason victory, and yet it was only his second game-winning drive in the playoffs. Denver’s 23-16 Divisional Round victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers at Mile High last night...

AFC Playoffs: Houston Texans Snag AFC South Title

January 3, 2016 • AFC, AFC South, Front Page, Game Recap, Houston TexansComments (0)

Despite having four different starting quarterbacks this season (Brian Hoyer, Ryan Mallett, T.J. Yates, and Brandon Weeden), the Houston Texans have snagged the AFC South title and the No. 4 seed in the AFC playoffs. Head coach Bill O’Brien led his...

Clemson, Alabama Blowout Opponents En Route to National Championship

January 1, 2016 • Front Page, Game Recap, NCAAComments (0)

Well, if you were looking for two back-and-forth slugfests between the four best NCAA Division I football squads on New Years Eve, you probably were left feeling a bit unsatisfied. No. 1 Clemson trailed No. 4 Oklahoma by a point heading into the half, but...

Baltimore: Ryan Mallett Has Career Game vs. Division Rival

December 28, 2015 • AFC, AFC North, Baltimore, Baltimore Ravens, Front Page, Game Recap, Pittsburgh SteelersComments (0)

Just 14 days ago, quarterback Ryan Mallet was jobless. The 27-year old veteran began the 2015 campaign with the Houston Texans, went 1-3 in his four starts with the team and was cut on October 27, two days after missing the team flight to Houston’s Week...