Spokane snagged its second road win of the season and evened its record at 3-3 with a 56-48 victory over Jacksonville on Saturday.
Spokane led by as many as 21 points, but the Sharks rallied in the second half to close within 49-48. Beau Bell's interception, Spokane's fourth of the game, sealed the victory with 10 seconds left.
More game details below.
The Shock evened their Arena Football League record at 3-3 with their second straight victory.
“We should have won this game by 30 (points), there’s no reason we were that close,” Shock coach Andy Olson said in a postgame radio interview. “We’ll look at the film and look to get better for
The Shock, stopped on their previous series for the only time in the game, took over at
On the ensuing play, Rowley zipped his sixth and final touchdown pass, a 10-yarder to Brandon Thompkins. Kenny Spencer’s PAT – he finished 8 of 8 – gave
Terrance Sanders, playing in front of 15 family members, had two interceptions. Freddie Harris, filling in for injured linebacker Terence Moore, had an interception return for a touchdown in the first half, helping
“Two (interceptions) and should have had three,” Sanders said. “That’s a monumental win in terms of momentum and how we fought. It says a lot about our team.”
Rowley threw just one incompletion in the first half as
“It felt like we weren’t on the field for the whole (third) quarter,” Rowley said. “We were pretty efficient other than the one series.”
Thompkins and Adron Tennell both had two touchdown receptions. Jacobs tossed seven TD passes, three to Terrance Smith.