KENNEWICK, Wash. - As the Fever prepare for 10-0 Spokane Saturday at the Toyota Center, something they don't have much to worry about is their offense. The Fever put up a season-high 62 points in the 63-62 loss at Central Valley Saturday. Tali Ena and Josh Kellett combined for eight touchdown passes. The Fever have the tenth-best passing offense in the league. "We don't really think anyone can stop us," said QB Josh Kellett. "If we go out there and execute we shouldn't have any problems." "Most everything we're doing is clicking," said WR LaMonte' Jones. "We just had a couple of mistakes, turnovers that cost us. Our offense did pretty good. We just need to clean up a couple areas and we'll be alright." Kellett only played a few series Saturday, but says he should see more time this Saturday. His achilles feels much better, he says.