How To Watch USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals: Live Stream, Prediction, Overview, Roster, Team and Key Player Stats Week 9





This Sunday, Get ready for an electrifying showdown as the USFLs Philadelphia Stars vs New Jersey Generals match occurs at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium. Kicking off at 7 PM on June 11. Ensuring an evening filled with adrenaline-pumping action and intense competition. Moreover, New Jersey Generals will get a chance to retaliate for the loss in week 5, getting defeated by the Philadelphia Stars. This clash between two powerhouse teams is set to captivate fans and create an unforgettable experience.

How to Watch USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals Live Stream

How to Watch USFL

This USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals 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. 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 – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals Prediction and Overview


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

The Philadelphia Stars have been showing phenomenal performances this season, being 1st in the North. Winning 4 and losing 4, putting them in 4th position on the power rankings of USFL. Stars defeated Showboats, Generals, Breakers, and Maulers in the last few weeks. Defeating strong powerhouses this season makes them a strong competitor to clash with. In week 7, Stars successfully took revenge on Maulers by winning the game 27-24.  

Here are some top moments. 

Top Moments!

Stars 37, Maulers 31

Terry Wright, the wide receiver for the Stars, returned the opening kickoff to the Maulers’ 47-yard line, taking advantage of the favorable field position. Following a sequence of five plays, Matt Colburn II powered through Pittsburgh’s defense for a 22-yard advance, placing the ball at the 1-yard line. In the subsequent play, Colburn successfully scored a touchdown.

The Maulers swiftly regained those seven points on their initial offensive drive.

Once the Maulers advanced the ball into Philadelphia territory, they successfully converted a fourth-and-2 situation when quarterback Troy Williams connected with tight end Matt Seybert for an 11-yard reception. Continuing the drive, running back Madre London skillfully maneuvered through the defense for a 23-yard run. Following two more plays, Bailey Gaither received a handoff and scored a touchdown in the end zone.

Once again, Wright swiftly changed the field position in favor of the Maulers by returning the ensuing kickoff to their own 37-yard line. Subsequently, Pittsburgh effectively halted Philadelphia’s offense, ultimately resulting in a 30-yard field goal kicked by Luis Aguilar.

Kerrith White smoothly extended the Showboats’ advantage to 13-3 with a simple two-yard touchdown run up the middle. which allowed Pittsburgh to take the lead once again. Leading Maulers 14-10 after the 1st quarter. 

Aguilar successfully scored a 45-yard field goal. The Stars regained possession of the ball beyond midfield by taking advantage of a mistake made by the Maulers.

After receiving the kickoff, Stars tight end Ryan Izzo returned it to the Maulers’ 48-yard line, and a couple of defensive penalties aided in advancing their position down the field. Later during the drive, quarterback Case Cookus connected with wide receiver Samuel Akem, who extended the ball across the goal line, resulting in a touchdown.

Later in the 3rd quarter, Blewitt’s attempt at a 54-yard field goal was unsuccessful. Which provided the Stars with an immediate opportunity. Cookus took the moments and connected with Corey Coleman for a 56-yard touchdown. Stars took the lead at 27-24. 

The Stars forced Pittsburgh into a three-and-out situation. And Cookus found WR Devin Gray for a 56-yard again. After six more plays, Colburn rushed into the end zone for his second touchdown, extending the Stars’ lead to 10 points.

In an attempt to narrow the gap to a one-score game, Pittsburgh’s drive concluded with Philadelphia’s defensive end Carson Taylor sacking the quarterback on third down. Following the sack, a delay of game penalty on a potential 58-yard field goal attempt compelled the Maulers to punt instead.

Pittsburgh successfully pinned Philadelphia at their own 2-yard line, putting them in a challenging position. However, the Philadelphia team managed to overcome the difficult situation and advance from it. In the meantime, quarterback Cookus, unfortunately, lost his wedding ring.

Subsequently, the Stars decided to punt the ball, and Hennie took advantage of the opportunity, returning the punt all the way down to the Stars’ 1-yard line. This event is illustrated below. With just one down remaining, Garrett Groshek carried the ball into the end zone, scoring a goal-line touchdown.

The Maulers were unable to convert the alternative kickoff. Despite subsequently limiting Philadelphia to a field goal, Pittsburgh was unable to orchestrate a touchdown drive that would put them ahead in the game.


New Jersey Generals (2-6 · 3RD IN NORTH)

The New Jersey Generals are having a tough time this season. Winning only 2 games and losing 6, puts them down to 3rd in the North. Since week 4, the Generals have been losing every match, losing 5 games in a row. Head coach Mike Riley is very disappointed and trying to overcome the damage. Making new strategies and changes could bring some improvements on the scoreboard, as he’s hoping. Last week, Memphis Showboats destroyed the Generals by scoring 26, while the Generals were only able to score 16. Here are some Top moments.


Top Moments! 

Showboats 25, Generals 16


In the opening drive, LB Kolin Hill forcefully stripped the ball out of Ryan McDaniel’s hands. Resulting in a fumble and granting possession to New Jersey near the middle of the field. 

The generals made good use of the opportunity as Nick Sciba scored a 56-yard field goal. Giving them a 3-0 lead. 


Following a successful game-tying field goal, the Showboats managed to create a fumble during the subsequent kickoff. Jay Jay Wilson executed a low tackle, dislodging the ball and causing a turnover in the Generals’ territory.

Showboats capitalized on the recovered fumble by scoring a field goal. Securing a 6-3 lead as the first quarter ended.

Immediately after securing the lead, the Showboats continued their momentum by forcing yet another turnover. Defensive end Greg Reaves made a remarkable interception, leaping to catch a short pass thrown by Kyle Lauletta.

Kerrith White comfortably increased the Showboats’ lead to 13-3 by executing a straightforward two-yard touchdown run up the middle.

Showboats QB Cole Kelley impressively transformed a several-yard sack into a remarkable 7-yard run. Which secured a first down in the process. 

On third down, Kelley took a bold chance by launching a deep pass toward the end zone, aiming to secure another touchdown in the closing minutes of the first half. However, DJ Daniel intercepted the pass with a remarkable diving play, effectively preserving Memphis’ 13-3 lead.

Following the Showboats’ extension of their lead to 22-10, the Generals displayed an impressive offensive drive. Within a span of slightly over three minutes, they swiftly advanced the ball 70 yards, culminating in a four-yard touchdown pass to running back Darius Victor. This score brought the game to a 22-16 point difference.

In an extraordinary play, White managed to break free from what initially seemed like a short run, evading a tackle and bursting forward for a 46-yard gain. This impressive run brought the Showboats to the Generals’ 6-yard line. However, despite the promising field position, the Showboats could only manage a field goal, resulting in a one-score game with a few minutes remaining. The score stood at 25-16.



Philadelphia Stars have been showing off great gameplay being 1st in the North. Which makes the Philadelphia Stars a much stronger team than the Generals. And there is a high chance that the next match will be conquered by the Stars. By analyzing the previous records, I’m predicting that Generals will lose by fewer than 6 points (or win outright).

USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals Team and Key Player Stats

Team Stats – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals


Stats Philadelphia Stars Houston Gamblers
PASSING YARDS / GAME 207.1 159.9
THIRD DOWN % 41.8 34.6
YARDS / GAME 280.1 293.9
TURNOVER +/- 2 -5


Key Players Stats – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals


Philadelphia Stars

Case Cookus QBPassing Yards 1785, Touchdowns 10. 

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

Corey Coleman WR – Receiving Yards 516, Receiving Touchdowns 3. 

Luis Aguilar P – Kicking points 71.

Terry Wright WR – Kick Return Yards 446.

Corey Coleman WR – Punt Return Yards 41. 

Amani Dennis CB – Interceptions 3.

Gabriel Sewell Jr. LB – Total Tackles 52.

Adam Rodriguez DE – Sacks 5.0.

Luis Aguilar P – Points 71.

Corey Coleman WR –  All-Purpose Yards 686.

Lirim Hajrullahu K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 1.

Luis Aguilar P – Punt Net Avg 32.6.

New Jersey Generals

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

Darius Victor RB – Rushing Yards 455.

De’Andre Johnson QB – Rushing Touchdowns 2.

Alonzo Moore WR – Receiving Yards 324, Receiving Touchdowns 5. 

Nick Sciba K – Kicking points 40.

Warren Newman WR – Kick Return Yards 362.

Cam Echols-Luper WR – Punt Return Yards 31.

DJ Daniel CB – Interceptions 3.

Chris Orr LB – Total Tackles 64.

Tyshun Render DE – Sacks 3.5.

Nick Sciba K – Points 40.

Darius Victor RB –  All-Purpose Yards 622.

Nick Sciba K –  Kickoff Touchbacks 1.

Brock Miller P – Punt Net Avg 38.8.


USFL – Philadelphia Stars Vs New Jersey Generals Roster


Philadelphia Stars New Jersey Generals
OFFENSE Airon Servais #60 T Calvin Ashley #71 G


Bug Howard #11 TE Eric Barriere #8 QB
C.J. Perez #64 C Isaiah Battle #79 T
Case Cookus #10 QB Braedon Bowman #80 TE
Chris Rowland #12 WR Woody Brandom #88 TE
Corey Coleman #1 WR Cam Carter #60 T
Cyril Grayson #80 WR Kingston Davis #29 RB
Darnell Holland #6 RB Cam Echols-Luper #18 WR
Devin Gray #7 WR Marcus Green #14 WR
Dexter Williams #27 RB Brandon Haskin #76 OL
Diondre Overton #14 WR Evan Heim #69 C
Drew Himmelman #78 OL Arthur Jackson #23 WR
Jacob Burton #73 OL De’Andre Johnson #1 QB


Jahair Jones #78 OL Charles Jones #0 TE
Jordan Suell #2 WR Jake Lacina #68 C
K.J. Costello #19 QB Kyle Lauletta #11 QB
Keric Wheatfall #17 WR Alonzo Moore #13 WR
Kevin Thomson #13 QB J’Mon Moore #81 WR
Khalil Keith #72 G Robert Myers #70 OL
Larry Dalla Betta #89 TE Warren Newman #10 WR


Matt Colburn II #5 RB Dakota Prukop #9 QB
Pro Wells #88 TE Wes Saxton Jr. #17 TE
Ryan Izzo #85 TE Darrell Stewart Jr. #82 WR
Samuel Akem #84 WR Bruce Trigg #72 OL
Sean Brown #65 C Darius Victor #27 RB
Shamarious Gilmore #70 G Trey Williams #3 RB
Terry Wright #9 WR Saige Young #66 C
Tristen Taylor #61 T
Vad Lee #19 QB
DEFENSE Adam Rodriguez #58 DE Dravon Askew-Henry #7 S
Ali Fayad #98 DE Mike Bell Jr. #12 LB
Amani Dennis #29 CB Anthony Blue #40 CB
B.J. Bello #49 LB Jalen Choice #50 LB
Carson Taylor #99 DE Blake Countess #26 CB
Cedrick Lattimore #90 DT DJ Daniel #20 CB
Channing Stribling #8 CB Treston Decoud #30 CB
Chris Nelson #97 DT Meiko Dotson #25 CB
Cody Brown #21 S Trae Elston #21 CB
Darius Hodge #44 LB Willie Eubanks III #51 LB
Denzel Williams #39 DB Paris Ford #24 S
Devin Taylor #33 DB Kolin Hill #55 LB
Evan Worthington #20 S D’Juan Hines #4 LB
Gabriel Sewell Jr. #55 LB Toby Johnson #90 DL
Joel Dublanko #40 LB Shalom Luani #5 S


Joey Alfieri #50 LB Hercules Mata’afa #93 DE
Jordan Genmark Heath #52 LB Jermaine McDaniel #91 DE
Jordan Moore #30 LB Chris Orr #2 LB


Jordon Scott #94 DT Kenneth Randall #59 DT
Joshua Moon #18 S Tyshun Render #99 DE


LaBryan Ray #51 DT Deyon Sizer #95 DL
LaDarius Wiley #4 S Tyrone Truesdell #97 DT
Mazzi Wilkins #23 CB Christian Tutt #6 CB
Ralph Holley #95 DT Kalani Vakameilalo #98 DT
Stanford Samuels III #3 CB Brendan White #45 DE
Te’Von Coney #22 LB Bryson Young #56 LB
Tyler Clark #92 DT
SPECIAL TEAMS Lirim Hajrullahu #11 K Brock Miller #19 P  
Luis Aguilar #15 P Jordan Ober #44 LS
Ryan Navarro #69 LS Nick Sciba #16 K



The USFLs Philadelphia Stars vs New Jersey Generals Match is sure to be a thrilling match. As the Generals will try to retaliate for the loss in week 5. And the Philadelphia Stars are looking forward to defeating the Generals again. Again reminder, the match will be held this Sunday at Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, kicking off at 7 PM on July 11. 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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