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USFL Game Recap: New Jersey Generals Defeat Michigan Panthers 28-13

In an exciting USFL matchup on April 30th, the New Jersey Generals (2-1) triumphed over the Michigan Panthers (2-1) at Ford Field in Detroit, MI. The Generals showcased a dominant performance, beating the Panthers with a final score of 28-13.



The Generals got off to a strong start, scoring 14 points in the first quarter and adding another seven in the second. Despite the Panthers’ attempt to stage a comeback with a combined 10 points in the second and third quarters, they were unable to catch up as the Generals sealed their victory with a final touchdown in the fourth quarter.

New Jersey’s quarterback De’Andre Johnson had an impressive game, completing 10 of 15 passes for 180 yards and two touchdowns. He also demonstrated his versatility on the ground, rushing for 98 yards on 10 carries, including a 71-yard run and a rushing touchdown.

The Generals’ running back Darius Victor contributed to the win, rushing for 68 yards on nine carries, scoring a touchdown, and catching a 51-yard pass for another touchdown. Wide receiver Alonzo Moore made a significant impact with a 72-yard touchdown reception.

On the Panthers’ side, quarterback Josh Love completed 15 of 31 passes for 101 yards, but threw one interception. Carson Strong came in relief and completed 4 of 9 passes for 62 yards and a touchdown. Stevie Scott III led the team in rushing with 63 yards on 12 carries, and wide receiver Trey Quinn was the top receiver, catching five passes for 61 yards and a touchdown.

Defensively, Orr and Hines were the standout players for the Generals, both recording 10 tackles. The Generals’ defense managed two sacks, five tackles for loss, and one interception. On the Panthers’ side, Ballard and Mahone each had seven tackles, with the team totaling one sack.

The Generals’ kicker, Nick Sciba, had a perfect day, converting all four extra-point attempts, while the Panthers’ kicker, Cole Murphy, made one extra-point attempt and went 2 for 3 on field goals, hitting from the 30-39 and 40-49 yard ranges.

With this win, the New Jersey Generals improve to a 2-1 record, while the Michigan Panthers fall to 2-1. Both teams will look to build on their performances as they continue the season in pursuit of the USFL championship.

USFL Box Score


# Player Position Pass. CMP Pass. ATT Pass. YDS Pass. TD Pass. INT Rush. ATT Rush. YDS Rush. TD Rec. Targets Rec. YDS Rec. Rec. TD
1De’Andre JohnsonQB101518020109810000
27Darius VictorRB00000968111511
3Trey WilliamsRB0000062501150
80Braedon BowmanTE0000000032140
13Alonzo MooreWR0000000021721
18Cam Echols-LuperWR0000000043230
6J’Mon MooreWR000000003140
14Marcus GreenWR0000027011110
 Total 10151802027198215101802


# Player Position Pass. CMP Pass. ATT Pass. YDS Pass. TD Pass. INT Rush. ATT Rush. YDS Rush. TD Rec. Targets Rec. YDS Rec. Rec. TD
11Carson StrongQB4962100000000
12Josh LoveQB15311010131300000
3Reggie CorbinRB00000838095270
2Stevie Scott IIIRB00000126304290
80Cole HikutiniTE0000000042230
85Marcus BaughTE0000000061130
35Devin RossWR000000001000
13Ishmael HymanWR000000003000
8Joe WalkerWR0000000064300
9Marcus SimmsWR000000001000
18Trey QuinnWR0000000065611
 Total 19401631123114040191631

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