After opening their season with a 60-6 blowout win at home over the Baltimore Charm, the Philadelphia Passion had to work a little harder for their first road win of the year.
The Passion beat the Miami Caliente, 27-26, in dramatic fashion on Friday, Oct. 15.
Miami took a 26-19 lead late in the game, but it was short-lived after the Passion scored with a little over two minutes left in the game.
Instead of tying the game with an extra point, Philadelphia decided to go for the two-point conversion for the win. Rookie running back Marirose Roach, who had over 150 rushing yards on the day, scored on the extra point with a five-yard run.
Miami fumbled the ball on their next drive, which gave possession and, ultimately, the win to Philadelphia.