The Pittsburgh Power were looking to get back in the win column Saturday night, but ended up getting burned by the Utah Blaze 81-40.
After getting humbled in the home of their ex-Pittsburgh brethren, the Power try to start a new winning streak Saturday night against another veteran team fighting to get back into the Arena Football League’s playoff picture.
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 Pittsburgh Power had a rough night Saturday as they hosted the Tulsa Talons at the CONSOL Energy Center.
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.
The Power played very opportunistically in last week’s win and must continue to do so Monday night when they hit the road against a Milwaukee squad that, like Week 2 victim Iowa, can’t be overlooked.
While their inaugural season got off on the wrong foot, the Pittsburgh Power got their first win Saturday night. In front of a crowd of more than 9,000 fans, the Power (1-1) blew out the Iowa Barnstormers 58-28 (0-1).