Last year Power head coach Derek Stingley helped recruit one of his former players to become an impact player in Pittsburgh, and he has done the same with another of the Arena Football League’s rising stars.
Despite two frustrating losses on the road, the Power have a chance to reclaim bragging rights in the East as they return home for an important divisional rematch.
After a hard-fought and important win over their interstate rivals, Pittsburgh’s “new AFL” team tries to handle the responsibility of first place as they take on their “old AFL” doppelganger.
Head coach Chris Siegfried should be understandably eager to make a statement against his old team, and his current team, the Power, also have a thing or two to prove as they gear up for Saturday’s Week 6 contest.
Here’s a look back at the first four games of the Power’s young inaugural season, and a look ahead to what might be in store for them as the Arena Football League season heats up…
The Power played to the level of their competition in their win at Milwaukee Monday night, which is something Chris Siegfried certainly doesn’t want to see happen against a struggling Tulsa squad.