How To Watch USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions Live Stream | Prediction | Overview | Roster | Team and Key Player Stat | Playoffs | Week 11





The upcoming USFLs New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions match is sure to give you a thrilling experience. Both teams have shown phenomenal gameplay in the last seasons. These two Titans have defeated the strongest teams of this season and advanced to the playoffs round. This match gives the Breakers a chance to retaliate for the loss in week 7, losing to Stallions by 24-20. Which promises the upcoming to deliver an electrifying football action. Let’s dive into the details of this thrilling postseason encounter.

Here, we’ll talk about how to watch the USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions live stream. Also provide predictions, Overviews, Rosters, Team Stats, and Key Player Insights.


Game Time!

Venue: Protective Stadium, Birmingham, AL 

Kick-off: 8 PM ET

Date: Sunday, June 25

Broadcast: FOX 

How to Watch USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions Live Stream

This USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions match will be officially broadcasted on Fox Sports. Moreover, Streaming services like USA Network, NBC Sports, PeacockTV, Sling TV, Hulu+, FuboTV, and DirecTV will be streaming live. Some 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. Some of 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!

How To Watch USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions Prediction and Overview

New Orleans Breakers. (7-3 · 2ND IN SOUTH)

The New Orleans Breakers have been dominating other powerhouses in the battleground this season. The breakers showcased amazing gameplay and skillsets defeating the Panthers, Showboats, and Gamblers, gaining a 3-game winning streak. The Breakers won 7 games and lost only 3, positioning themselves 2nd in the South. In week 7, Stallions defeated the Breakers, but this time Breakers are ready to retaliate. Last week, the Breakers downed the Gamblers by 17-10, advancing to the Playoffs round. Here are some top moments.   

Top Moments! 

New Orleans Breakers 17, Houston Gamblers 10

Both teams were unable to score in the first half. But the Breakers somehow managed to break the tie in the early 2nd quarter. Thompson delivered an impressive pass to Johnnie Dixon, resulting in a 30-yard touchdown and giving the lead to the Breakers.  

In response to New Orleans’ touchdown, Houston embarked on a long and promising drive of their own. However, Vontae Diggs swiftly put an end to their progress by intercepting a pass and making an impressive toe-tap to secure the turnover.

Thompson orchestrated an impressive 80-yard march down the field in 11 plays. Bethel-Thompson connected with Dee Anderson resulting in a touchdown, extending their lead to 14-0.

Kenji Bahar showcased his skills by completing several impressive passes, which allowed Houston to advance into the red zone. Ultimately, Mark Thompson capitalized on the drive, crossing the goal line to secure Houston’s first touchdown of the game.

Following a successful field goal that increased their lead, the Breakers were in need of a pivotal defensive play, and once again, Vontae Diggs delivered. With determination, Diggs burst into the backfield and recorded a crucial sack, halting Houston’s momentum during their attempt to tie the game.


Birmingham Stallions (8-2 · 1ST IN SOUTH)

The Birmingham Stallions ruled the grounds being 1st in the South and in the league. The Stallions have a 5-game winning streak defeating Panthers, Breakers, Stars, Gamblers, and Showboats in the last few weeks. The Stallions defeated the Breakers in week 7. So there’s a high chance of winning this game once again. Last week, Birmingham Stallions put down the Memphis Showboats by 27-20, advancing to the playoffs week. Here are some top moments. 

Top Moments!

Birmingham Stallions 27, Memphis Showboats 20

During the opening kick return, Memphis’ Derrick Dillon showcased his exceptional speed by sprinting 89 yards and scoring a touchdown. His impressive performance on the return provided an immediate boost to Memphis’ momentum.

Following a field goal by Birmingham, the Showboats increased their lead with another touchdown. Chad Kelly found Vinny Papale in the end zone for a 3-yard touchdown reception, extending Memphis’ advantage to two possessions with a score of 14-3.

Early in the second quarter, Deon Cain made an 8-yard touchdown catch from Alex McGough, reducing Memphis’ lead to 14-10. Cain’s reception brought Houston closer in the scoreline, putting them in a more competitive position.

Showboats lead Stallions 17-13 after a pair of FGs at halftime. 

In a crucial moment, Nate Brooks intercepted a pass from Chad Kelly in the end zone, denying Memphis the opportunity to extend their lead and regain a two-possession advantage. Brooks’ interception proved pivotal in halting Memphis’ offensive drive and keeping the game within reach for Birmingham.

The Showboats’ defense showcased resilience on the possession following the interception, preventing any further scoring by the Stallions. However, on Birmingham’s subsequent offensive drive, CJ Marable and the Stallions’ offense demonstrated their prowess and determination, ultimately securing their first lead of the game in the late stages of the third quarter. The score now stood at 20-17 in favor of Birmingham.

With five minutes remaining in the game, Alex McGough connected with Jace Sternberger on a deep 46-yard touchdown pass. The successful play propelled the Stallions into the lead, now holding a 27-20 advantage. The timely touchdown heightened the intensity of the game as the clock ticked down, putting Birmingham in a favorable position.

Birmingham showcased resilience and determination, weathering Memphis’ strong efforts, and emerged victorious in their final regular season game with a score of 27-20. The Stallions’ ability to withstand Memphis’ challenges and secure the win highlighted their competitive spirit and solidified a positive end to their regular season campaign.

Prediction: Stallions to win by more than 3 points 

The Stallions’ offense is the strongest in the season so far with an average of 28.7 points per game. The Stallions have been winning 5 times in a row. Also,  Stallions defeated the Breakers in week 7 so could do that again. 

USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions Team and Key Player Stats

Team Stats – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions


Stats New Orleans Breakers Birmingham Stallions
PASSING YARDS / GAME 225.8 217.0
THIRD DOWN % 44.0 51.0
YARDS / GAME                         315.4 332.6
TURNOVER +/- 3 -2


Key Players Stats – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions


New Orleans Breakers

McLeod Bethel-Thompson QB- Passing Yards 2433, Passing Touchdowns 14. 

Wes Hills RB – Rushing Yards 679, Rushing Touchdowns 10.

Sage Surratt TE – Receiving Yards 552.

Johnnie Dixon WR – Receiving Touchdowns 5. 

Matt Coghlin K – Kicking points 79.

Eli Stove WR – Kick Return Yards 750.

Jarey Elder S – Punt Return Yards 93.

Vontae Diggs LB – Interceptions 3.

Vontae Diggs LB – Defensive Tackles 69.

Keonte Schad DT – Sacks 4.5.

McLeod Bethel-Thompson QB – Points 86.

Wes Hills RB – All-Purpose Yards 957.

Matt White P –  Kickoff Touchbacks 3.

Matt White P – Punt Net Avg 38.7.


Birmingham Stallions

Alex McGough QB – Passing Yards 2104, Touchdowns 20. 

CJ Marable RB – Rushing Yards 525. 

Alex McGough QB – Rushing Touchdowns 5.

Davion Davis WR – Receiving Yards 575.

Jace Sternberger TE – Receiving Touchdowns 7. 

Brandon Aubrey K – Kicking points 77.

Deon Cain WR – Kick Return Yards 668.

Davion Davis WR – Punt Return Yards 120.

Nate Brooks CB – Interceptions 2.

Christian McFarland S – Total Tackles 53.

Willie Yarbary DL – Sacks 4.0.

Alex McGough QB – Points 150.

CJ Marable RB – All-Purpose Yards 1079.

Brandon Aubrey K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 6.

Colby Wadman P – Punt Net Avg 41.0.

USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions Roster 


New Orleans Breakers Birmingham Stallions
OFFENSE Jonathan Adams #9 WR Adrian Hardy #16 WR
Paul Adams #77 T Alex McGough #2 QB
Dee Anderson #80 WR


Austin Watkins #14 WR
Russell Baker #50 T Bo Scarbrough #25 RB
McLeod Bethel-Thompson #1 QB Bobby Holly #44 FB
EJ Bibbs #85 TE CJ Marable #11 RB
Davis Cheek #17 QB Cohl Cabral #69 C
Johnnie Dixon #2 WR Cole Schneider #65 G
Jovon Durante #16 WR Darius Harper #76 T
Aqeel Glass #10 QB Davion Davis #13 WR
Cyrus Habibi-Likio #15 RB Deon Cain #85 WR .
Wes Hills #31 RB


Derwin Gray #77 T
Anthony Jones #6 RB J’Mar Smith #6 QB
Kirk Kelley #79 G


Jace Sternberger #12 TE
Jack Kramer #65 G


Jahmir Johnson #67 T
Marquis Lucas #74 G Jalen Morton #18 QB
Lee Morris #5 WR Josh Johnson #1 WR
Steven Rowzee #67 G Kyle Sloter #3 QB
Jared Scott #88 TE La’Michael Pettway #80 TE
Eli Stove #12 WR Marlon Williams #17 WR
Sage Surratt #13 TE Matt Kaskey #63 G
Marcus Tatum #63 T Michael Dereus #8 WR
Salesi Uhatafe #62 T Myron Mitchell #81 WR
Richard West #59 T O’Shea Dugas #74 OL
Ricky Person Jr. #23 RB
Thaddeus Moss #86 TE
Tre’Vour Wallace-Simms #79 G
Zaquandre White #4 RB
DEFENSE Adonis Alexander #3 CB Brian Allen #29 CB
Jordan Brailford #95 LB


Brody Buck #40 LB
Djimon Brooks #35 DT Bryan Mills #21 CB
Justin Cates #45 DE Christian McFarland #5 S
Nigel Chavis #8 LB Darrion Daniels #94 DE
Connor Christian #98 DT Dondrea Tillman #99 DE
Nevelle Clarke #14 DB


Donnie Lewis II #20 CB
Vontae Diggs #20 LB Elijah Sullivan #57 LB
Greg Eisworth II #33 S JoJo Tillery #27 S
Jarey Elder #23 S


Joe Jackson#90 DE
Jerod Fernandez #4 LB Joe Ozougwu #47 DE
Saquan Hampton #29 S Jonathan Newsome #55 DE
Reggie Howard Jr. #55 DT Jordan Thompson #78 DE
Zakoby McClain #11 LB Khalil Davis #95 DT
Sidney McCloud #22 S Lorenzo Burns #22 CB
Derrion Rakestraw #30 S Malik Grant #0 S
Justus Reed #97 DE Mark Fields II #0 CB
Anree Saint-Amour #94 DE Nate Brooks #26 CB
Shaheed Salmon #56 LB Nate Holley #36 S
Keonte Schad #90 DT Quentin Poling #59 LB 
Michael Stevens #7 CB Rashad Smith #35 LB


Alex Thomas #38 CB Scooby Wright III #33 LB
Bryce Watts #0 CB T.J. Carter #7 S
James Wiggins #21 S Tyree Robinson #9 S
Willie Henry #96 DT
Willie Yarbary #97 DL
SPECIAL TEAMS Turner Bernard #60 LS Brandon Aubrey #10 K
Matt Coghlin #49 K Colby Wadman #15 P
Matt White #19 P Ryan Langan #41 LS


The USFLs New Orleans Breakers Vs Birmingham Stallions is sure to give you goosebumps, as the strongest powerhouses of the USFL face each other this Sunday, June 25. Again a reminder, the Game will be held at Protective Stadium, Birmingham, AL at 8 PM ET (USA). The Breakers have been waiting for this match to retaliate. They are well prepared to beat the Stallions while the Stallions are looking forward to crushing them again. So get ready for some electrifying football!

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