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The Alliance 2 XFL Show – Episode 7 03-21-19

In this week’s episode, the A-Train (@TheATrainShow) talks with Howard Balzer (@HBalzer721) about the wild Week 6, the official era of Johnny Manziel to the Alliance and the Week 7 preview. The A-Train closes the program with news & notes along with his thoughts on Johnny Manziel in the Alliance. This show is sponsored by VK Credit Repair and Preferred Realty Investment Company.

The Alliance 2 XFL Show – Episode 7

THE ALLIANCE 2 XFL Game of the Week is NOT Arizona/Orlando…it’s from the wild Birmingham/San Diego game where Birmingham won on a FG with no time left. Special thanks to Highlight Heaven!

NOTE: Not included in this week’s episode was the recent news of the Alliance Championship game being moved from Las Vegas to Frisco, TX and the Los Angeles’ XFL announcement of team president Heather Brooks Karatz.

ALLIANCE 2 XFL: AAF Week 6 Power Rankings

Despite losing their first game to Arizona, the Apollos remain at the top of this week’s rankings. The surging Commanders are close on their heels followed by the Iron and Hotshots.

AAF Week 6 Rankings:

  1. Orlando Apollos: 5-1
  2. San Antonio Commanders: 4-2
  3. Birmingham Iron: 4-2
  4. Arizona Hotshots: 3-3
  5. San Diego Fleet: 3-3
  6. Salt Lake Stallions: 2-4
  7. Atlanta Legends: 2-4
  8. Memphis Express: 1-5

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ALLIANCE 2 XFL: AAF League Leaders (after Week 6)

Charles Johnson, Orlando Apollos WR

Here are your AAF league leaders after Week 6:

Passing Yards:

Garrett Gilbert, Orlando: 1,625 yards

Logan Whiteside, San Antonio: 1,189 yards

John Wolford, Arizona: 1,188 yards

Luis Perez, Birmingham: 1,160 yards

Passing TDs:

John Wolford, Arizona: 11

Garrett Gilbert, Orlando: 10

Rushing Yards:

Jhurell Pressley, Arizona: 343 yards

Kenneth Farrow II, San Antonio: 340 yards

Ja’Quan Gardner, San Diego: 309 yards

Zac Stacy, Memphis: 304 yards

Rushing TDs:

Trent Richardson, Birmingham: 9

Joel Bouagnon, Salt Lake: 5

Receiving Yards:

Charles Johnson, Orlando: 521 yards

Rashad Ross, Arizona: 452 yards

Dontez Ford, San Diego: 435 yards

Receiving TDs:

Rashad Ross, Arizona: 6


Charles Johnson, Orlando: 33 receptions

Rashad Ross, Arizona: 29 receptions

De’Mornay Pierson-El, Salt Lake: 28 receptions


DeMarquis Gates, Memphis: 39 tackles

Erick Dargan, Arizona: 38 tackles

Tyson Graham Jr, Atlanta: 37 tackles

Beniquez Brown, Birmingham: 36 tackles


Karter Schult, Salt Lake: 7

Jayrone Elliott, San Antonio: 5.5

Damontre Moore, San Diego: 5


De’Vante Bausby, San Antonio: 4

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ALLIANCE 2 XFL: Week 6 Attendance

The Fleet led the league in attendance for a 2nd straight week as the home crowd was treated to a classic as they went down to the Iron at the gun. Orlando also had a solid showing as the home crowd watched the Apollos suffer their first loss of the season.

Week 6 Attendance:

San Diego: 20,986 (largest crowd in Fleet history – breaking last weeks mark).

Orlando: 18,358

Atlanta: 10,619

Salt Lake: 8,150

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ALLIANCE 2 XFL: Week 6 Standout Stars!!

Week 6 saw another game come down to the wire as the Iron defeated the Fleet as time expired. The Apollos were upset at home against the Hotshots. The Commanders dominated the Legends in Atlanta, while the Stallions took care of business against the Express at home.


Luis Perez, Birmingham: 27/49 – 359 yards, 3 TDs, and one 2 PT

Mike Bercovici, San Diego: 17/34 – 311 yards, 3 TDs, and one 2 PT

Josh Woodrum, Salt Lake: 24/37 – 243 yards, 2 TDs, and two 2PTs

Garrett Gilbert, Orlando: 23/48 – 269 yards, 2 TDs, and one 2PT

Logan Woodside, San Antonio: 2 TDs and one 2PT

Brandon Silvers, Memphis: 23/37 – 242 yards, 1 TD


Arizona: 179 rushing yards led by Tim Cook with 71 yards and Jhurell Pressley with one rushing and one receiving TD.

Kenneth Darrow II, San Antonio: 1 TD and one 2PT

Trent Richardson, Birmingham: 90 rushing & receiving yards and 2 TDs


Dontez Ford, San Diego: 3 receptions/182 yards

L’Damian Washington, Birmingham: 4 receptions/128 yards, 2 TDs, and one 2 PT

Reece Horn, Memphis: 8 receptions/129 yards

Jalin Marshall, Orlando: 6 receptions/99 yards, 1 TD

Jamal Robinson, Birmingham: 2 receptions/78 yards

Trent Richardson, Birmingham: 7 receptions

Richard Mullaney, Arizona: 6 receptions/73 yards

Daniel Williams, Memphis: 7 receptions/70 yards

Nick Truesdell, Salt Lake: 5 receptions/67 yards, 1 TD

Mekale McKay, San Antonio: 1 TD and one 2PT

Seantavius Jones, Atlanta: 6 receptions


San Antonio: 2 sacks, 3 INTs, and a forced fumble. Derron Smith with a INT for a TD.

Salt Lake: 6 sacks led by league leader Karter Schult with two

DeMarquis Gates, Memphis: 11 tackles

Reggie Northrup II, Orlando: 10 tackles

Bradley Sylve, Birmingham: 8 tackles

Kendall James, San Diego: 8 tackles

A.J. Tarpley, San Diego: 7 tackles

Steven Johnson, Arizona: 8 tackles

Arnold Tarpley III, Salt Lake: 7 tackles

Darnell Leslie, San Antonio: 6 tackles

Duke Thomas, San Antonio: 6 tackles

Ed Reynolds, Jr., Atlanta: 6 tackles


Nick Novak, Birmingham: 2 FGs (including the game winner)

Taylor Bertolet, Salt Lake: 2 FGs

Nick Folk, Arizona: 2 FGs (including a 55 yarder)

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