How To Watch USFL – Michigan Panthers VS New Jersey Generals Live Stream





Another electrifying match between two Titans of the USFL is about to happen this Monday, May 28. The clash between Michigan Panthers vs New Jersey Generals will occur at Tom Benson Hall of Fame stadium. The game will kick off at 5.30 pm GMT+6 (USA).  Football fans and enthusiasts are eagerly waiting for this match. These two powerhouses are sure to rip each other out on the battlefield. Michigan Panthers are sure to take revenge as the Generals broke their winning streak in week 3. Which makes this match more thrilling!

Here we’ll discuss How To Watch USFL – Michigan Panthers VS New Jersey Generals Live Stream. We’ll also cover the predictions, overviews, key players, and team stats. So be prepared to experience the thrill!  

How To Watch USFL – Michigan Panthers VS New Jersey Generals Live Stream

How To Watch USFL

This USFL match will be officially broadcasted on Fox Sports1. Moreover, Streaming services like PeacockTV, USA Network, 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 – Michigan Panthers VS New Jersey Generals Prediction and Overview


Michigan Panthers (2-4 · 2ND IN NORTH)

Being 2nd in the north, Michigan Panthers have shown great performance in the early season. But after that, they started losing every match. They lost 4 times in a row, then the first match they lost was being defeated by the Generals. That started the destruction the of Panthers. Last week, Panthers were defeated by the Stallions by 27-13 points. 

Top Moments!

Josh Love made a big throw to Trey Quinn which resulted in 3 points for the Panthers in the early 1st quarter.

Alex Mcgough scored a 24 yards field goal for the Stallions. Leading 6-3 in the 2nd quarter.

McGough capitalized on his mobility to his advantage in the red zone for the Stallions, effectively using the time to locate ZaQuandre White for the 18-yard touchdown when it seemed like nothing was happening. Birmingham went up to 13-3.

Love made the longest touchdown drive of the season, a 77-yard drive leading a 13-play. Cole Hikutini caught the 11-yard TD pass from Love. narrowing Stallions Lead to 13-10.

Alex McGough successfully found and connect with an open receiver Cj Marable for a 3-yard touchdown. Leading the score standing at 21-10 early in the 4th quarter.

Michigan’s Frank Ginda Forced a fumble, resulting in an immediate impact on the first play of Birmingham’s drive. This turnover resulted in the Panthers gaining possession of the ball on the stallions’ 20-yard line.

The Panthers couldn’t score the TD they wanted but scored a field goal. Going 20-13 halfway through the 4th quarter.

Putting a cherry on top, Alex McGough sealed the game, scoring his 3rd touchdown of the day. This extended Birmingham’s lead to 27-13, having less than 4 minutes remaining.

The Panthers are having a tough time putting scores on the scoreboard. But head coach Mike Nolan wants some changes in the gameplay style. Michigan Panthers lost their 2-game winning streak for the Generals in week 3. So this time has to be different, has to be a retaliation.

New Jersey Generals (2-4 · 3RD IN NORTH) 

The New Jersey Generals have showcased phenomenal gameplay and skill sets. But for a few weeks, the generals haven’t seen any victories for themselves. They lost 3 games in a row, defeated by The breakers, Stars, and Gamblers. Last week, The gamblers overpowered the Generals by 16 points. While the Generals were only able to score 10 points. 


Top Moments! 

Kyle Lauretta enters his first match as a quarterback for the Generals.

The game started with both the Generals and Gamblers punting, and later, the Generals took a risk on their next possession at the 50-yard line, opting to go for it on fourth-and-2. Running back Darius Victor carried the ball but was tackled before reaching the required distance by Gamblers defensive back Donald Rutledge Jr.

During the following possession, on third down, Gamblers quarterback Kenji Bahar successfully connected with tight end Clint Sigg Jr., who not only gained the necessary yardage for a first down but also leaped through the air to gain additional yards. Later in the same drive, Sigg made a 15-yard catch.

Mark Thompson forcefully pushed his way into the end zone, resulting in a 6-yard touchdown. Houston took a 7-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.

When facing a third-and-17 situation, Lauretta decided o take the matter on his own and made a run. He swiftly took off, enduring a tackle, and managed to gain sufficient yard for the 1st down.

After Lauletta’s impressive scramble, New Jersey was unable to sustain their drive and had to punt. Justin Hall fielded the punt and returned it to the Generals’ 39-yard line for Houston. On the second play of Houston’s possession, Hall made a 14-yard catch. Following four additional plays, the Gamblers extended their lead to two scores as Nick Vogel successfully kicked a 38-yard field goal.

Gamblers safety Jeremiah Johnson intercepted Lauretta’s pass. Johnson then returned the interception to the Generals’ 42-yard line. Five plays later, Nick Vogel successfully kicked a 37-yard field goal. Houston held a 13-0 lead at halftime.

After a 7-minute and 31-second drive, Nick Vogel successfully scored his third field goal of the game. This time, the ball narrowly passed inside the right post from a distance of 34 yards.

New Jersey managed to put together their most impressive offensive series of the game during the opening drive of the second half. However, it consumed a significant amount of time 7:13 minutes. The drive concluded with a successful 35-yard field goal by Nick Sciba. With 14:56 minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. As a result, the generals found themselves trailing by a score of 16-3.

On the 14th play of the drive, Lauretta connected with WR Alonzo Moore for an 8-yard touchdown. This touchdown brought the Generals’ score to 16-10, with 3:04 minutes remaining in the 4th quarter.


Unfortunately, the Generals were unable to convert the alternative kickoff, as Lauletta’s pass fell incomplete. Subsequently, the Gamblers effectively managed the remaining time on the clock, preventing the Generals from making a comeback.


The New Jersey Generals is having a bad situation this season. But there’s a high chance that the next match could be different for them. As they are going to face the Michigan Panthers, they are definitely prepared for that.   

USFL – Michigan Panthers VS New Jersey Generals Team and Key Player Stats


Team Stats


Stats Michigan Panthers (2ND IN NORTH) New Jersey Generals (3RD IN NORTH)
PASSING YARDS / GAME 186.4 162.1
THIRD DOWN % 42.5 34.7
YARDS / GAME 282.4 300.7
TURNOVER +/- 0 -4


Key Players Stats


Michigan Panthers


Josh Love QB – Passing Yards 1100, Touchdowns 10. 

Reggie Corbin RB Rushing Yards 367, Rushing Touchdowns 2.

Joe Walker WR – Receiving Yards 406.

Cole Hikutini TE – Receiving Touchdowns 4. 

Cole Murphy K – Kicking points 37.

Reggie Corbin RB – Kick Return Yards 446.

Trey Quinn WR – Punt Return Yards 8. 

Frank Ginda LB – Interceptions 2.

Frank Ginda LB – Total Tackles 68.

Breeland Speaks DE – Sacks 7.0.

Josh Love QB – Points 60.

Reggie Corbin RB –  All-Purpose Yards 920.

Cole Murphy K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 0.

Kyle Kramer P – Punt Net Avg 38.7.


New Jersey Generals


De’Andre Johnson QB – Passing Yards 590, Touchdowns 4. 

Darius Victor RB – Rushing Yards 429.

De’Andre Johnson QB – Rushing Touchdowns 2.

Alonzo Moore WR – Receiving Yards 288. 

Alonzo Moore WR – Receiving Touchdowns 4. 

Nick Sciba K – Kicking points 36.

Warren Newman WR – Kick Return Yards 270.

Cam Echols-Luper WR – Punt Return Yards 31.

DJ Daniel CB – Interceptions 2.

Chris Orr LB – Total Tackles 52.

Tyshun Render DE – Sacks 3.5.

De’Andre Johnson QB – Points 36.

Darius Victor RB –  All-Purpose Yards 542.

Nick Sciba K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 1.

Brock Miller P – Punt Net Avg 39.6.


USFL – Michigan Panthers VS New Jersey Generals Roster 


Michigan Panthers New Jersey Generals
OFFENSE Josh Babicz #82 TE Calvin Ashley #71 G
Eric Barriere #6 QB Isaiah Battle #79 T


Marcus Baugh #85 TE Braedon Bowman #80 TE
Reggie Corbin #3 RB Woody Brandom #88 TE
Kaden Davis #86 WR Cam Carter #60 T
Joshua Dunlop #64 T Kingston Davis #29 RB
Brodarious Hamm #79 T


Cam Echols-Luper #18 WR
Cole Hikutini #80 TE Marcus Green #14 WR
Corey Hoelck #72 T Brandon Haskin #76 OL
Noah Johnson #61 C Evan Heim #69 C
Brian Lewerke #19 QB Arthur Jackson #23 WR
Josh Love #12 QB De’Andre Johnson #1 QB
Kyle Markway #88 TE Charles Jones #0 TE
Ryan Nelson #75 T Jake Lacina #68 C
Denzel Okafor #70 T Kyle Lauletta #11 QB
Sean Pollard #76 C Alonzo Moore #13 WR
Gene Pryor #51 T J’Mon Moore #81 WR


Trey Quinn #18 WR Robert Myers #70 OL
AJ Richardson #20 WR Warren Newman #10 WR


Devin Ross #35 WR Dakota Prukop #9 QB
Stevie Scott III #2 RB Wes Saxton Jr. #17 TE
Marcus Simms #9 WR Darrell Stewart Jr. #82 WR
Carson Strong #11 QB Bruce Trigg #72 OL
Toa Taua #27 RB Darius Victor #27 RB
James Walker #65 T Trey Williams #3 RB
Joe Walker #8 WR Saige Young #66 C
Keith Williams #77 T
DEFENSE Corrion Ballard #7 S Dravon Askew-Henry #7 S
Levi Bell #32 DT Mike Bell Jr. #12 LB
Jalin Burrell #0 CB Anthony Blue #40 CB
Josh Butler #23 CB Jalen Choice #50 LB
Ron’Dell Carter #97 DE Blake Countess #26 CB
Noah Dawkins #10 LB DJ Daniel #20 CB
Keandre Evans #25 CB Treston Decoud #30 CB
Paddy Fisher #40 LB Meiko Dotson #25 CB
Frank Ginda #5 LB Trae Elston #21 CB
Kiante Hardin #24 DB Willie Eubanks III #51 LB
Leon Jacobs #0 LB Paris Ford #24 S
Sean Mahone #29 S Kolin Hill #55 LB
Garrett Marino #95 DT D’Juan Hines #4 LB
Vantrel McMillan #42 DE Toby Johnson #90 DL
Jamal Milan #94 DT Shalom Luani #5 S


Terry Myrick #44 LB Hercules Mata’afa #93 DE
Kai Nacua #21 S Chris Orr #2 LB


Walter Palmore #99 DT Kenneth Randall #59 DT
Cory Rahman #22 S Tyshun Render #99 DE


Tyree Robinson #22 DB Deyon Sizer #95 DL
Warren Saba #17 S Tyrone Truesdell #97 DT
Breeland Speaks #57 DE Christian Tutt #6 CB
Levonta Taylor #1 CB Kalani Vakameilalo #98 DT


Ethan Westbrooks #90 DL Brendan White #45 DE
DaShaun White #30 LB Bryson Young #56 LB
Tre Williams #55 DE
SPECIAL TEAMS Shane Griffin #52 LS Brock Miller #19 P
Kyle Kramer #15 P Jordan Ober #44 LS
Cole Murphy #16 K Nick Sciba #16 K



The match of the USFLs – Michigan Panthers vs New Jersey Generals is sure to be thrilling. Because this match gives the Panthers a chance for revenge for the loss in week 3. Both teams will be prepared to face each other this Monday, May 28. The game will take place at Tom Benson Hall of Fame stadium. Starting at 5.30 pm GMT+6 (USA). So, make yourself some free time, cause you wouldn’t wanna miss this electrifying match!

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