How To Watch USFL – Houston Gamblers VS Memphis Showboats Live Stream




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This Monday, Houston Gamblers vs Memphis Showboats, the two USFL powerhouses will clash on the battleground. The game is to be held at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium. The match will kick off at 12:30 AM GMT+6 (USA). This matchup is sure to leave fans on the edge of their seats. Because this match will be a retaliation for the Showboats of the loss in week 3 of this season. So get yourself a comfy seat cause this match is something you wouldn’t wanna miss. 

Here, We’ll talk about how to watch the USFL – Houston Gamblers vs Memphis Showboats live stream. Also, provide predictions, overviews, rosters, team, and key players’ stats.

How To Watch USFL – Houston Gamblers VS Memphis Showboats Live Stream

How To Watch USFL

This USFL match will be officially broadcasted on USA Network. Moreover, Streaming services like PeacockTV, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, Sling TV, Hulu+, FuboTV, and DirecTV will be streaming live. Most of these services would require a subscription to watch. But you can try a trial for a month without paying. Furthermore, You can cancel the subscription anytime. All these streaming services are only accessible in the USA. So if you’re from a different country, you would need a VPN like FastVPN, NordVPN, or ProtonVPN to access these streaming services. These streaming Services would be streaming the match in HD and 4K. This means you can witness every thrilling moment closely and clearly! 

USFL – Houston Gamblers VS Memphis Showboats Prediction and Overview

Houston Gamblers (4-2 · 2ND IN SOUTH)

The Houston Gamblers are showing phenomenal gameplay in every match. Being 2nd in the south, the Gamblers made a 4-game winning streak by defeating the Memphis Showboats, Philadelphia Stars, Birmingham Stallions, and lastly New Jersey Generals. But this week, the Showboats will be looking for revenge, breaking the winning streak of the Gamblers. So the Gamblers have to be careful, avoiding mistakes cause Showboats are well prepared for this match.

Last week, Houston Gamblers defeated New Jersey Generals by 16 points, while the Generals were able to score only 10 points.

Top Moments – Houston Gamblers 16, New Jersey Generals 0

It was the first day for quarterback Kyle Lauretta of the Generals.

Both the Generals and the Gamblers punted at the start of the match. And for the next possession, the Generals decided to take a risk and go for it on fourth-and-2-from the 50-yard line. RB Darius Victor received the call but was stopped by the gambler DB Donald Rutledge Jr.

During the subsequent possession, on third down, Gamblers quarterback Kenji Bahar successfully connected with tight end Clint Sigg Jr., who not only secured the first down but also leaped into the air to gain additional yardage. Later in the same drive, Sigg made a 15-yard reception.

Mark Thompson showcased his power by forcefully plowing through the defense and reaching the end zone for a 6-yard TD after the nine-play drive. Houston took a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

Confronting the challenging third-and-17 situation, Kyle Lauretta decided to rely on his own mobility. He took off running, bravely absorbing a hit and managed to accumulate sufficient yards to secure the first down.

Following Lauletta’s scramble, New Jersey was compelled to punt, leading to Justin Hall returning the punt to Houston’s 39-yard line. In the subsequent play of Houston’s possession, Haul made a 14-yard reception. After four additional plays, the Gamblers extended their lead by two scores with Nick Vogel successfully kicking a 38-yard field goal.

On the Generals’ subsequent possession, Lauletta’s pass was intercepted by Jeremiah Johnson, the safety for the Gamblers. Johnson returned the interception to the Generals’ 42-yard line. Five plays after the interception, Vogel successfully kicked a 37-yard field goal. As a result, Houston held a 13-0 lead at halftime.


Nick Vogel scored his third field goal which was 34 yards out with 7:29 minutes left of 3rd quarter.

In the early 2nd half, New Jersey puts together an impressive drive of the game. Nick Sciba scored a 35-yard field goal, leaving 14:56 remaining in the 4th quarter. Narrowing the score to 16-3

WR Alonzo Moore scored an 8-yard touchdown pass from Lauletta. Leading the score to 16-10 with 3:04 left in the 4th quarter.

Unfortunately, the Generals were unable to convert the onside kick, as Lauletta’s pass fell incomplete. Subsequently, the Gamblers effectively managed the remaining time by running out the clock, securing their victory.

Memphis Showboats (3-3 · 4TH IN SOUTH)

Memphis Showboats have been dominating the fields by defeating some of the strongest titans in the league. Gaining a 3-game winning streak, The Showboats defeated the Panthers, Breakers, and Maulers. The Showboats broke the streak of the New Orleans Breakers two weeks ago. And last week, Showboats destroyed the Maulers by 22 points, the Maulers didn’t get a chance to score a single point. The whole game was under the control of the Showboats

Top Moments – Memphis Showboats 22, Pittsburgh Maulers 0

Juwan Washington showed off his skills by breaking off a 30-yard run. And provided Memphis with an opportunity to add more points to their score.

Troy Williams executed a flip pass to Isaiah Hennie. Resulting in a successful first-down conversion.

In the middle of 2nd quarter, Vinny Papale score a 37-yard run and secured the game’s initial touchdown. Leading 10-0 against the Maulers

Quenton “Showtime” Meeks further contributed to the Showboats’ exceptional defensive performance in the first half by intercepting a pass from Williams. This interception added to the team’s impressive defensive showcase.

Derrick Dillon electrified the game just before halftime when he returned Pittsburg’s unsuccessful 59-yard field goal attempt for a remarkable 109-yard touchdown. His incredible runback added valuable points to the scoreboard and added excitement to the game. Memphis led Pittsburgh 19-0.

Kyree Woods intercepts James Morgan’s pass attempt and sets Memphis up for another field goal.

Memphis Showboats has the most interceptions in the USFL with 6. In the end of 3rd quarter, Showboats led 22-0.

Showcasing impressive skills, Derrick Dillon caught a 37-yard pass from Kelley

Troy Warner sealed the shutout victory for the Showboats by recording the team’s third interception of the day. His interception marked the final defensive play that solidified the Showboats’ ability to prevent the opposing team from scoring any points.

The Showboats have been showcasing their skills in the battleground. Which makes them a strong opponent for the Houston Gamblers. With their amazing skills and strategy, there’s a high chance of defeating the Gamblers. As assuming, the Showboats will use the same offensive strategy in the next game.

USFL – Houston Gamblers VS Memphis Showboats Team and Key Player Stats

Team Stats

Stats Houston Gamblers (1st in North) Memphis Showboats (2nd in South)
PASSING YARDS / GAME 180.5 182.5
THIRD DOWN % 56.5 29.7
YARDS / GAME 307.3 250.0
TURNOVER +/- -3 4

Key Players Stats

Houston Gamblers

Kenji Bahar QB – Passing Yards 965, Touchdowns 7. 

Mark Thompson RB Rushing Yards 374, Rushing Touchdowns 9.

Justin Hall WR – Receiving Yards 355, Receiving Touchdowns 4. 

Nick Vogel K – Kicking points 32.

Anthony Ratliff-Williams WR – Kick Return Yards 378.

Justin Hall WR – Punt Return Yards 122. 

Jeremiah Johnson S – Interceptions 1.

Khalan Tolson LB – Total Tackles 45.

Reggie Walker DE – Sacks 4.0.

Mark Thompson RB – Points 54.

Anthony Ratliff-Williams WR –  All-Purpose Yards 598.

Nick Vogel K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 2.

Hunter Niswander P – Punt Net Avg 34.1.


Memphis Showboats

Cole Kelley QB – Passing Yards 833, Touchdowns 4. 

Alex Collins RB – Rushing Yards 98.

Cole Kelley QB Rushing Touchdowns 2.

Vinny Papale WR – Receiving Yards 248. 

Ryan McDaniel WR – Receiving Touchdowns 2. 

Alex Kessman K – Kicking points 35.

Rashard Davis WR – Kick Return Yards 230.

Vinny Papale WR – Punt Return Yards 27.

Kyree Woods S – Interceptions 2.

Troy Warner DB – Total Tackles 48.

Greg Reaves LB – Sacks 3.5.

Cole Kelley QB – Points 38.

Kerrith Whyte RB –  All-Purpose Yards 390.

Brandon Wright P –  Kickoff Touchbacks 0.

Brandon Wright P – Punt Net Avg 38.3.


USFL – Houston Gamblers VS Memphis Showboats Roster


Houston Gamblers Memphis Showboats
OFFENSE Julian Allen #0 TE Clayton Bradley #70 T
Kenji Bahar #11QB


Matt Burrell Jr. #69 OL
Brandon Barnes #8 TE


Alex Collins #2 RB
Nick Buchanan #66 C Rashard Davis #6 WR
Keke Chism #81 WR Derrick Dillon #4 WR
Montell Cozart #6 QB John Franklin III #1 WR
Avery Gennesy #74 OL Ezra Gray #11 RB
Justin Hall #17 WR Daniel Helm #80 TE
Tyler Higby #77 G Tyran Hunt #67 G
Brandon Hitner #78 T Sadarius Hutcherson #0 G
Braylon Jones #52 C Jarron Jones #77 OL
Shermari Jones #4 RB Corbin Kaufusi #65 T
Jair Joseph #65 G Cole Kelley #15 QB
Bamidele Olaseni #0 T Darta Lee #61 OL
Tyler Palka #16 WR Jordan McCray #51 C
Josh Pederson #85 TE Ryan McDaniel #18 WR
T.J. Pledger #29 RB Lukayus McNeil #75 T
Rodell Rahmaan #86 TE


John Mitchell #85 TE
Anthony Ratliff-Williams #1 WR (PROBABLE) Osirus Mitchell #12 WR
Teo Redding #9 WR D.J. Myers #19 WR
Na’Ty Rodgers #51 T Cheyenne O’Grady #81 TE


Aaron Shampklin #32 RB Vinny Papale #13 WR


Clint Sigg Jr. #42 TE Terrone Prescod #55 T
Jordan Steckler #72 T


Kwan Stallworth #64 G
Mark Thompson #7 RB Juwan Washington #8 RB
Terry Wilson #3 QB Brady White #3 QB
Isaiah Zuber #21 WR Kerrith Whyte #9 RB (PROBABLE)
Ryan Willis #10 QB
Jay Jay Wilson #88 TE
DEFENSE Ronheen Bingham #15  LB Delrick Abrams Jr. #21 CB
Tim Bonner #45 DE John Atkins #99 NT
Manny Bunch #22 S Big Kat Bryant #59 DE
Isaiah Chambers #40 DE Anthony Butler #50 LB
Damion Daniels #99 DT Kahzin Daniels #57 DE
Nick Grant  #20 CB Dillon Faamatau #90 DT
Eli Howard #95 DE Jordan Ferguson #45 DE
Jeffery Johnson #55 DT T.J. Green #14 S
Jeremiah Johnson #2 S Stephen Griffin #40 S
Elijah Jones #33 CB Nate Hall #35 LB


Dayan Lake #25 S Aaron Hansford #20 LB
Isaiah Lewis #23 S Frank Herron #57 DT


Julian McCleod #91 OUT DT Sulaiman Kamara #93 DT
Chigozie Nnoruka #93 DT Jermaine Kelly Jr. #24 CB


Ikenna Onwuasoanya #92 DT Malik Lawal #39 LB


Isaiah Pryor #30 LB Daylon Mack #94 DT
Donald Rutledge Jr. #38 DB Jeff McCulloch #33 DE
Kristjan Sokoli #90 DT


Lamont McPhatter II #23 S


Andrew Soroh #14 S Quenton Meeks #7 CB
Marcel Spears Jr. #27 LB TJ Neal #5 LB
Guy Thomas #50 DE Greg Reaves #41 LB
Khalan Tolson #44 LB Antonio Reed #42 S
J.T. Tyler #18 LB Nehemiah Shelton #32 CB
Reggie Walker #59 DE Cory Thomas #97 DT
Malcolm Washington #10 CB Jeremiah Valoaga #98 DE
Troy Warner #22 DB
Jordan Williams #95 DE
Kyree Woods #27 S
SPECIAL TEAMS Andrew Galitz #13 P Ryan DiSalvo #44 LS
Hunter Niswander #94 P Alex Kessman #17 K
Ross Reiter #57 S Brandon Wright #16 P
Nick Vogel #19 K



The USFLs Houston Gamblers VS Memphis Showboats match is sure to be electrifying. Both Titans are two of the strongest powerhouses this season. Moreover, the Showboats are looking to retaliate for the loss in week 3. Which makes this match more thrilling. So free up some space in your time storage cause this game is sure to give you an adrenaline rush. 

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