Even After Win, Shackleford Says Fever Are a Work in Progress
KENNEWICK, Wash. -- The Tri-Cities Fever are standing tall atop the Indoor Football League's Pacific Division.
Sunday, Houston Lillard threw for 6 touchdown passes as the Fever rolled 60-42 over the Kent Predators. The win moves the Fever to 4-1.
But even with the win, after the game coach Adam Shackleford was talking about the 21 points the Fever allowed in the 4th quarter.
"We should have beaten that team by more than we did," said Shackleford. "We let them back in it . There are some games coming up during the next couple weeks that we can't play like that."
"You just have to learn from this victory," said receiver Steven Whitehead. "You can't be too high and you can't be too low from it. It's just another step in our journey that we have to complete and hopefully, like I said, we can learn from this, watch film and correct our mistakes and be better for next week."
The Fever are at the winless Arizona Adrenaline Saturday.