Fever Continue Rolling With Dominant Passing Attack
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- When you watch arena football, you expect to see a lot of passing and not a whole lot of running the ball.
The Tri-Cities Fever have shown that idea off in full force as the Fever pass for over 200 yards a game and run it for just 35 a contest. That offensive style has pushed the Fever to score over 50 points a game.
The Fever are 3-1 going into Sunday's game with Kent.
"You look at our talented receivers, our athleticism, and our offensive line, and the decision-making that Houston makes," said head coach Adam Shackleford. "We feel like throwing the football gives us a great opportunity to score. The other thing offensively is that we have the luxury of a good defense. If we go 3 and out, we know our defense is going to get the ball back for us."