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Fever Eyeing Playoffs

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KENNEWICK, Wash. - The Tri-Cities Fever probably thought their playoff chances were shot after they started the season 1-6, but that's not the case. The Fever sit 2.5 games behind the Colorado Ice in the Intense Conference standings, and play them twice in the next two weeks. The fever know these next two games are big.

"To us we can't look past what happened at the beginning of the season, we cant change our 1-6 start. The only think we can do I stake it one game at a time, continue to try to win and understand that every time we win a football game we get that much closer to getting ourselves back in the playoffs and these are crucial victories we have to win football games," said Adam Shackleford, Fever head coach.

"It's scary, because you know if you go out there and you lose one game, man you have a chance probably of your season being over. So everything's a little bit more tense now, okay. We have win all our games an if we slip up or make a mistake we might be done for the rest of the season," added Lionell Singleton, Fever defensive back. 

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