How To Watch USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers Live Stream, Prediction, Overview, Roster, Team and Key Player Stat, Week 10





Get ready for an electrifying showdown as the USFLs Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers, two titans of the football field, go head-to-head this Sunday at Ford Field. This highly anticipated matchup promises an evening filled with thrilling action, fierce competition, and unforgettable moments. Football fans from both cities are eagerly awaiting the clash between these powerhouse teams in what is sure to be a spectacle for all.

Here we’ll discuss how to watch USFL – Philadelphia Stars vs Michigan Panthers live stream. Moreover, Provide Predictions, Overviews, Rosters, Team Stats, and Key Player insights.

Game Time!

Venue: Ford Field, Detroit MI

Kick-off: 7 PM ET

Date: Sunday, 18 June 

Broadcast: FOX

How to Watch USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers Live Stream

This USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers 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 – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers Prediction and Overview

Philadelphia Stars (4-5 · 1ST IN NORTH)

The Philadelphia Stars have shown tremendous performance in the last few weeks. Although, the Stars have been facing a bit of difficulty in the last few weeks, losing 2 matches to the Stallions and the Generals. They won 4 matches and lost 5 so far, being 1st being in the North. Last week, the Stars lost to the Generals by 37-33. Some of the top moments are mentioned below. 

Top Moments! 

New Jersey Generals 37, Philadelphia Stars 33

Cam Echols-Luper makes an 85-yard touchdown in the opening kickoff! 

The Philadelphia Stars capitalized on the pass interference penalty to gain a favorable field position in the New Jersey Generals’ territory. With quarterback Case Cookus leading the charge, the Stars executed a crucial third-down conversion with Cookus using his running ability to move the chains. This set up a promising opportunity in the red zone for Philadelphia. On a pivotal third-and-goal play, Cookus connected with Corey Coleman, who ran a crossing route, for a 6-yard touchdown reception. The successful drive showcased the Stars’ offensive efficiency and their ability to convert in key situations.

Generals WR Darrell Stewart Jr. scored a 43-yard completion by catching a throw from QB De’Andre Johnson. And later, New Jersey made a trick-play touchdown.

Johnson threw a touchdown pass to RB Darius Victor 

Darius Victor scored his 2nd touchdown of the day, leading the Generals up 23-13.

As the fourth quarter neared its end, Philadelphia started to unsettle fans from New Jersey by swiftly covering a distance of 69 yards in nine plays to add another score.

The Stars added another score through a field goal, narrowing the deficit to four points. However, when the team attempted an onside kick and New Jersey regained possession, they forced a crucial fumble to prevent Philadelphia’s comeback attempt and secure the victory.

Michigan Panthers (3-6 · 4TH IN NORTH)

The Michigan Panthers have been dominated by other powerhouses this season. The Michigan Panthers lost 6 matches and won only 3, putting themselves in the last position in the league and North. The head coach Mike Nolan is trying to make improvements in the team strategy, hoping to do better in the next game. The Panthers lost 2 matches in the last two weeks, defeated by the Breakers and the Maulers. Last week, Maulers destroyed Panthers by 19 points, while Panthers were able to score only 7. Here are some top moments. 

Top Moments!

Pittsburgh Maulers 19, Michigan Panthers 7

Josh Simmons provided an explosive start for the Pittsburgh Maulers as he returned the opening kickoff all the way to the Michigan Panthers’ 29-yard line. This exceptional return set up the Maulers with excellent field position and an early opportunity to make a statement on offense.

In a just few plays, Josh Simmons made his presence felt once again. He caught a perfectly thrown pass from Troy Williams. Which outmaneuvered a defense that had played their coverage well. With that touchdown reception, the Pittsburgh Maulers swiftly took a 7-0 lead, setting a strong tone for the game.


Matt Mengel showcased his exceptional skills with an 83-yard punt, leaving spectators in awe of his remarkable feat.

The Maulers’ dominance on special teams persisted as Madre London made an impressive impact. Not only did he successfully block the punt, but he also displayed incredible awareness and agility by recovering the ball. Leading Maulers 13-0 at the half.

In the early 4th quarter, the Maulers were making progress on their offensive drive. They were aiming to extend their lead and make it a two-score game. However, the Panthers’ defense had a strong response and recorded their sixth sack of the game. Forced Maulers out of their field goal range. 

The Maulers managed to secure a two-score lead on their subsequent drive. They orchestrated an 11-play, 67-yard march down the field, setting up a short-field goal opportunity for kicker Chris Blewitt. Blewitt successfully converted the field goal, allowing the Maulers to extend their lead and gain a more comfortable advantage over the Panthers.

The Pittsburgh Maulers showcased their strong defense in the closing moments of the game, thwarting the Michigan Panthers’ attempted comeback. The Maulers’ defensive unit proved to be too tough for the Panthers to overcome, allowing Pittsburgh to secure the victory. With their defensive prowess, the Maulers successfully held on to their lead and sealed the win.

Prediction: Stars to win by more than 2 points 

Both teams have a winning percentage below .500 for the season. But the Stars possess a superior offensive capability and should be capable of executing the necessary plays to secure a spot in the playoffs. In Week 8 against the Maulers, Michigan suffered a significant number of turnovers, and their performance has been declining as the regular season nears its conclusion.

USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers Team and Key Player Stats

Team Stats – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers 

Stats Philadelphia Stars Michigan Panthers
PASSING YARDS / GAME 209.7 188.1
THIRD DOWN % 42.2 39.5
YARDS / GAME 286.0 274.0
TURNOVER +/- -1 -2


Key Players Stats – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers


Philadelphia Stars

Case Cookus QBPassing Yards 2048, Touchdowns 13. 

Matt Colburn II RB Rushing Yards 264, Rushing Touchdowns 4.

Corey Coleman WR – Receiving Yards 614, Receiving Touchdowns 4. 

Luis Aguilar P – Kicking points 86.

Terry Wright WR – Kick Return Yards 672.

Corey Coleman WR – Punt Return Yards 83. 

Amani Dennis CB – Interceptions 3.

Gabriel Sewell Jr. – Total Tackles 59.

Adam Rodriguez DE – Sacks 6.0.

Luis Aguilar P – Points 86.

Corey Coleman WR –  All-Purpose Yards 826.

Lirim Hajrullahu K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 1.

Luis Aguilar P – Punt Net Avg 32.6.


Michigan Panthers

Josh Love QB – Passing Yards 1556, Touchdowns 13. 

Reggie Corbin RB Rushing Yards 412, Rushing Touchdowns 2.

Joe Walker WR – Receiving Yards 486.

Cole Hikutini TE – Receiving Touchdowns 5. 

Cole Murphy K – Kicking points 46.

Reggie Corbin RB – Kick Return Yards 446.

Trey Quinn WR – Punt Return Yards 14. 

Frank Ginda LB – Interceptions 3.

Frank Ginda LB – Total Tackles 93.

Breeland Speaks DE – Sacks 9.0.

Josh Love QB – Points 78.

Reggie Corbin RB –  All-Purpose Yards 984.

Cole Murphy K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 0.

Kyle Kramer P – Punt Net Avg 37.1.


USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers Roster 


Philadelphia Stars Michigan Panthers
OFFENSE Airon Servais #60 T Eric Abojei #56 T
Bug Howard #11 TE Josh Babicz #82 TE
C.J. Perez #64 C Marcus Baugh #85 TE
Case Cookus #10 QB Reggie Corbin #3 RB
Chris Rowland #12 WR Kaden Davis #86 WR
Corey Coleman #1 WR Joshua Dunlop #64 T
Cyril Grayson #80 WR Brodarious Hamm #79 T
Darnell Holland #6 RB Cole Hikutini #80 TE
Devin Gray #7 WR Corey Hoelck #72 T
Dexter Williams #27 RB Noah Johnson #61 C
Diondre Overton #14 WR Brian Lewerke #19 QB
Drew Himmelman #78 OL Josh Love #12 QB
Jacob Burton #73 OL Kyle Markway #88 TE
Jahair Jones #78 OL DJ Montgomery #4 WR
Jordan Suell #2 WR Ryan Nelson #75 T
K.J. Costello #19 QB Denzel Okafor #70 T
Keric Wheatfall #17 WR E.J. Perry #13 QB
Kevin Thomson #13 QB Sean Pollard #76 C
Khalil Keith #72 G Gene Pryor #51 T
Larry Dalla Betta #89 TE Trey Quinn #18 WR
Matt Colburn II #5 RB AJ Richardson #20 WR
Pro Wells #88 TE Devin Ross #35 WR
Ryan Izzo #85 TE Stevie Scott III #2 RB
Samuel Akem #84 WR Marcus Simms #9 WR
Sean Brown #65 C Carson Strong #11 QB
Shamarious Gilmore #70 G Toa Taua #27 RB
Terry Wright #9 WR James Walker #65 T
Tristen Taylor #61 T Joe Walker #8 WR
Vad Lee #19 QB Keith Williams #77 T
DEFENSE Adam Rodriguez #58 DE Corrion Ballard #7 S
Ali Fayad #98 DE Levi Bell #32 DT
Amani Dennis #29 CB Jalin Burrell #0 CB
B.J. Bello #49 LB Josh Butler #23 CB
Carson Taylor #99 DE Ron’Dell Carter #97 DE
Cedrick Lattimore #90 DT Noah Dawkins #10 LB
Channing Stribling #8 CB Keandre Evans #25 CB
Chris Nelson #97 DT Paddy Fisher #40 LB
Cody Brown #21 S Frank Ginda #5 LB
Darius Hodge #44 LB Kiante Hardin #24 DB
Denzel Williams #39 DB Leon Jacobs #0 LB
Devin Taylor #33 DB Sean Mahone #29 S
Evan Worthington #20 S Garrett Marino #95 DT
Gabriel Sewell Jr. #55 LB Vantrel McMillan #42 DE
Joel Dublanko #40 LB Jamal Milan #94 DT
Joey Alfieri #50 LB Terry Myrick #44 LB
Jordan Genmark Heath #52 LB Kai Nacua #21 S
Jordan Moore #30 LB Walter Palmore #99 DT
Jordon Scott #94 DT Cory Rahman #22 S
Joshua Moon #18 S Tyree Robinson #22 DB
LaBryan Ray #51 DT Warren Saba #17 S
LaDarius Wiley #4 S Breeland Speaks #57 DE
Mazzi Wilkins #23 CB Levonta Taylor #1 CB
Ralph Holley #95 DT Ethan Westbrooks #90 DL
Stanford Samuels III #3 CB DaShaun White #30 LB
Te’Von Coney #22 LB Tre Williams #55 DE
Tyler Clark #92 DT
SPECIAL TEAMS Lirim Hajrullahu #11 K Shane Griffin #52 LS
Luis Aguilar #15 P Kyle Kramer #15 P
Ryan Navarro #69 LS Cole Murphy #16 K



The USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs Michigan Panthers is sure to be thrilling. Both teams have been facing difficulties this season, and this match is the elimination round. So this could be the last game for one of these teams. Again reminder, the match will be held at Ford Field this Sunday, June 18. Starting at 7 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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