The Fever are making believers out of any team they face. Tri-Cities picking up a marquee road win against Omaha 51-37 on Friday night. The win improving the Fever's record to 3-1 on the season.
Tri-cities currently lead the Pacific Division by a game-and-a-half heading into its bye week. Giving players a chance to reflect on what head coach Adam Shackleford called one of the biggest wins in franchise history.
Fever running back Dennis Kennedy said, "Tri-Cities haven't been that good on the road and stuff. So it was big... It was very big for us especially to into the bye week with the win and with the momentum."
Defensive lineman Brian Rackley added, "Now we see where we are you know. We just beat a team that was undefeated at home and now we feel we can win the entire season."
Recently acquired defensive back Dwain Crawford said, "All odds against us... Those guys have not lost there in awhile, and for us to go in their a get a win like coach said is one of the biggest wins for the franchise."