The Memphis Express were hoping to keep their streak alive and knock off the Salt Lake City Stallions, but that did not happen after the Stallions pass rushers knocked Zach Mettenberger out of the game. Brandon Silvers came into the game and tried to get the Express going but could not do it.
After another solid game from Reece Horn of the Express, the team just could not get it going. The Stallions led by Josh Woodrum on offense hitting Nick Truesdell his big tight end for a touchdown. Add in two sacks by the AAF Sack Machine Karter Schult and the Stallions were just too much for the Express. The Stallions moved to 2-4 on the year.
Only 8,150 paid visitors showed up to the game in Salt Lake City. It was the second lowest attendance all year in every game played. Salt Lake City just does not have a good fan base or they are not supporting the team like they should. It is their lowest attendance of the year.
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