How To Watch USFL – New Orleans Breakers vs Memphis Showboats Live Stream

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This Saturday, USFLs Birmingham Stallions Vs Memphis Showboats is about to occur at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium. The match will kick off at 3 PM (USA). The Breakers have a chance to retaliate for the loss in week 5, defeated by the Showboats by 17-10. This time, Breakers are well prepared to overpower the Showboats. According to experts, this game is going to be one of the most thrilling matches of week 9 

Here, we’ll discuss how to watch USFL – New Orleans Breakers vs Memphis Showboats live stream. Moreover, Provide Predictions, Overviews, Rosters, Team, and Key Play Stats.

How to Watch USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats Live Stream

 

This USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats match will be officially broadcasted on PeacockTV. Moreover, Streaming services like Fox Sports, NBC Sports, USA Network, 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!

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USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats Prediction and Overview

New Orleans Breakers (5-3 · 3RD IN SOUTH)

New Orleans Breakers have been doing pretty well this season. Winning 5 matches and losing only 3, Positioning themselves 3rd in the South. Last week, New Orleans Breakers defeated Michigan Panthers by 24-20. Some top moments are mentioned below.  

 

Top Moments!

Breakers 24, Panthers 20

 

Jarey Elder showcased the game’s initial thrilling moment as he leaped over a tackler from the Panthers during a punt return.

 

Breakers RB Wes Hills utilized his strength to secure a 1-yard touchdown in the 2nd quarter. Which granted his team a 7-0 advantage.

On a crucial third down with only nine yards to go for a touchdown, McLeod Bethel-Thompson made a decisive play. Showing composure, the quarterback elevated his performance and accurately connected with Johnnie Dixon, resulting in a touchdown. This successful pass expanded the Breakers’ advantage to 14-0.

Johnnie Dixon scored a 36-yard touchdown by catching a long pass from Bethel-Thompson.

Josh Love connected with Marcus Baugh on a deep pass and the tight end showcased his speed as he ran into end zone for a 51-yard touchdown. Making it a 27-17 ballgame.

Before halftime, the Panthers managed to create another opportunity to score. Warren Saba intercepted Bethel-Thompson’s pass as he skillfully positioned himself in front of it, granting his team possession in the Breakers’ territory.

As a result, Panthers capitalized on the opportunity and converted it into a successful field goal.

To commence the second half, Trey Quinn made an impressive over-the-shoulder catch for a touchdown, contributing to the Panthers’ 17 consecutive points. This remarkable play narrowed the Breakers’ lead to 21-17, intensifying the competition.

The Panthers challenged a potential interception but were unsuccessful, as the replay showed that the ball had made contact with the ground. The Panthers managed to prevent the breakers from scoring a touchdown. Forcing them to settle for a field goal instead. This resulted in a 21-17 score. 

On a fourth-and-1 situation, the Panthers showed their defensive by preventing the breakers from gaining a first down. They successfully regained possession of the ball near midfield. With the score at 24-20 in favor of the Breakers. 

New Orleans Breakers are prepared to take on the Showboats in the next matchup. This time they won’t let Showboats take any advantage. 

Memphis Showboats (5-3 · 2ND IN SOUTH)

The Memphis Showboats have dominated the fields for the last 5 weeks. Starting from week 4, They have defeated the Panthers, Breakers, Maulers, Gamblers, and Generals. Last week, Showboats destroyed the generals by scoring 25 points, while the Generals were only able to score 16. Some top moments are mentioned below.

Top Moments!

Showboats 24, Generals 16

At the beginning of the game, Kolin Hill, a linebacker for the Generals, forcefully dislodged the ball from Ryan McDaniel’s grip, resulting in a fumble. This turnover provided New Jersey with possession of the ball near midfield.

The generals took advantage of the fumble and capitalized on the turnover. Nick Sciba showcased his kicking powers by successfully converting a 56-yard field goal. Which granted the team a 3-0 lead.

Just after taking the lead, the Showboats continued their defensive dominance by forcing another turnover. Defensive end Greg Reaves showcased his athleticism by leaping up to intercept a short pass by Kyle Lauletta, halting the Generals’ offensive drive.

Kerrith White increased the Showboats’ advantage to 13-3 with a straightforward two-yard touchdown run straight up the middle.

In an incredible display of skill and determination, Showboats quarterback Cole Kelley managed to transform what initially seemed like a potential sack into a remarkable seven-yard run. Evading multiple tackles and showcasing his agility, Kelley not only avoided a loss of yards but also picked up a first down, showcasing his ability to extend plays.

Kelley took a shot at the end zone on a third play. Launched a deep pass in an attempt to secure another touchdown before halftime. However, it was Dj Daniel who made an impressive diving play and emerged with the ball. Which led Memphis to 13-3. 

Alonzo Moore scored a 17-yard touchdown pass which brought the score to 16-10. Narrowing the gap and making it a more competitive game.

Although not visually spectacular, Alex Kessman’s 38-yard field goal at the beginning of the third quarter played a significant role. It provided the Showboats with a 19-10 lead, ensuring that the Generals couldn’t seize the advantage on their next offensive possession.

 

 

Following the Showboats’ extension of their lead to 22-10, the Generals mounted an impressive offensive drive. Demonstrating efficiency, they swiftly advanced the ball 70 yards in just over three minutes. The drive concluded with a four-yard touchdown pass to running back Darius Victor, reducing the deficit to 22-16.

Evading a tackle, White burst forward for a 46-yard gain, bringing the Showboats deep into the Generals’ territory at the 6-yard line. His explosive run showcased his elusiveness and propelled the Showboats’ offense.

Kerrith Whyte took a run but was unable to reach the end zone, successfully adding 3 points to their lead. With only a few minutes left on the clock, the game remained tightly contested.

Prediction

Memphis Showboats have been showing off great gameplay with a 5-game winning streak. Which makes Memphis Showboats a much stronger team than the Breakers. And there is a high chance that the next match will be conquered by the Showboats. By analyzing the previous records, I’m predicting that Breakers will lose by fewer than 6 points (or win outright).

 

USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats Team and Key Player Stats

 

Team Stats – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats

 

Stats New Orleans Breakers Memphis Showboats
PASSING YARDS / GAME 247.9 175.4
RUSHING YARDS / GAME 95.9 85.4
KICKING POINTS 67 73
KICK RETURN AVG 25.9 28.9
PUNT RETURN AVG 5.0 7.8
POINTS ALLOWED 157 155
THIRD DOWN % 48.5 30.0
YARDS / GAME 343.8 260.8
TURNOVER +/- -3 5
KICKOFF TOUCHBACK % 6.8 2.4
PUNT NET AVERAGE 33.3 36.9

 

Key Players Stats – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats

 

New Orleans Breakers

 

McLeod Bethel-Thompson QB- Passing Yards 2118, Passing Touchdowns 11. 

Wes Hills RB – Rushing Yards 613, Rushing Touchdowns 9.

Sage Surratt TE – Receiving Yards 509.

Johnnie Dixon WR – Receiving Touchdowns 4. 

Matt Coghlin K – Kicking points 67.

Eli Stove WR – Kick Return Yards 660.

Jarey Elder S – Punt Return Yards 31.

Nevelle Clarke DB – Interceptions 2.

Vontae Diggs LB – Total Tackles 52.

Anree Saint-Amour DE – Sacks 4.5.

McLeod Bethel-Thompson QB – Points 68.

Wes Hills RB – All-Purpose Yards 841.

Matt Coghlin K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 3.

Matt White P – Punt Net Avg 38.8.

 

Memphis Showboats

 

Cole Kelley – Passing Yards 1156, Passing Touchdowns 6. 

Kerrith Whyte – Rushing Yards 276.

Cole Kelley –  Rushing Touchdowns 2.

Vinny Papale – Receiving Yards 307, Receiving Touchdowns 2. 

Alex Kessman – Kicking points 65.

Derrick Dillon – Kick Return Yards 398.

Vinny Papale – Punt Return Yards 54.

Greg Reaves – Interceptions 2.

Troy Warner – Total Tackles 59.

Greg Reaves – Sacks 4.5.

Alex Kessman – Points 65.

Derrick Dillon – All-Purpose Yards 664.

Alex Kessman –  Kickoff Touchbacks 1.

Brandon Wright – Punt Net Avg 36.9.

 

USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats Roster 

 

New Orleans Breakers Memphis Showboats
OFFENSE Jonathan Adams #9 WR Clayton Bradley #70 T
Paul Adams #77 T Matt Burrell Jr. #69 OL
Dee Anderson #80 WR

PROBABLE

Alex Collins #2 RB
Russell Baker #50 T Rashard Davis #6 WR
McLeod Bethel-Thompson #1 QB Derrick Dillon #4 WR
EJ Bibbs #85 TE John Franklin III #1 WR
Davis Cheek #17 QB Ezra Gray #11 RB
Johnnie Dixon #2 WR Daniel Helm #80 TE
Jovon Durante #16 WR Tyran Hunt #67 G
Aqeel Glass #10 QB Sadarius Hutcherson #0 G
Cyrus Habibi-Likio #15 RB Jarron Jones #77 OL
Wes Hills #31 RB

PROBABLE

Corbin Kaufusi #65 T  
Anthony Jones #6 RB Cole Kelley #15 QB
Kirk Kelley #79 G

PROBABLE

Darta Lee #61 OL
Jack Kramer #65 G

PROBABLE

Jordan McCray #51 C
Marquis Lucas #74 G Ryan McDaniel #18 WR
Lee Morris #5 WR Lukayus McNeil #75 T
Steven Rowzee #67 G John Mitchell #85 TE
Jared Scott #88 TE Osirus Mitchell #12 WR
Eli Stove #12 WR D.J. Myers #19 WR
Sage Surratt #13 TE Cheyenne O’Grady #81 TE
Marcus Tatum #63 T Vinny Papale #13 WR
Salesi Uhatafe #62 T Terrone Prescod #55 T
Richard West #59 T Kwan Stallworth #64 G
Juwan Washington #8 RB
Brady White #3 QB
Kerrith Whyte #9 RB
Ryan Willis #10 QB
Jay Jay Wilson #88 TE
DEFENSE Adonis Alexander #3 CB Delrick Abrams Jr. #21 CB
Jordan Brailford #95 LB

PROBABLE

John Atkins #99 NT
Djimon Brooks #35 DT Big Kat Bryant #59 DE
Justin Cates #45 DE Anthony Butler #50 LB
Nigel Chavis #8 LB Kahzin Daniels #57 DE
Connor Christian #98 DT Dillon Faamatau #90 DT
Nevelle Clarke #14 DB

PROBABLE

Jordan Ferguson #45 DE
Vontae Diggs #20 LB T.J. Green #14 S
Greg Eisworth II #33 S Stephen Griffin #40 S
Jarey Elder #23 S

PROBABLE

Nate Hall #35 LB
Jerod Fernandez #4 LB Aaron Hansford #20 LB
Saquan Hampton #29 S Frank Herron #57 DT
Reggie Howard Jr. #55 DT Sulaiman Kamara #93 DT
Zakoby McClain #11 LB Jermaine Kelly Jr. #24 CB
Sidney McCloud #22 S Malik Lawal #39 LB
Derrion Rakestraw #30 S Daylon Mack #94 DT
Justus Reed #97 DE Jeff McCulloch #33 DE
Anree Saint-Amour #94 DE Lamont McPhatter II #23 S
Shaheed Salmon #56 LB Quenton Meeks #7 CB
Keonte Schad #90 DT TJ Neal #5 LB
Michael Stevens #7 CB Greg Reaves #41 LB
Alex Thomas #38 CB Antonio Reed #42 S
Bryce Watts #0 CB Nehemiah Shelton #32 CB
James Wiggins #21 S Cory Thomas #97 DT
Jeremiah Valoaga #98 DE
Troy Warner #22 DB
Jordan Williams #95 DE
Kyree Woods #27 S
SPECIAL TEAMS Turner Bernard #60 LS Ryan DiSalvo #44 LS
Matt Coghlin #49 K Alex Kessman #17 K
Matt White #19 P Brandon Wright #16 P

 

Conclusion

The USFL – New Orleans Breakers Vs Memphis Showboats is sure to be thrilling. Both teams are well prepared to take on each other for the first time this season. Again reminding that the match will be held at Simmons Bank Liberty Stadium this Saturday, June 10. Starting at 3 PM ET (USA). So whether you wanna experience the game in person or watch sitting at your comfy home, you sure wouldn’t wanna miss this thrilling battle!

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