The Soul did their best Jekyll and Hyde transformation in a do-or-die situation Sunday night at the Wells Fargo Center, topping the San Jose SaberCats, 42-20, to keep their playoffs hope alive entering the final week on the schedule.
The Wounded Warriors Amputee Football Team took on select NFL Alumni/Media prior to the Philadelphia Soul’s home contest against the Orlando Predators Monday night in honor of Military Appreciation Night.
There may not be a worse way to lose in football than on a Hail Mary.
The Soul fell victim to this play at the hands of the Cleveland Gladiators with no time remaining and lost their third game in a row, 69-68, at the Wells Fargo Center.
The Philadelphia Soul were coming off a heartbreaking loss in the previous week that saw a 17-point lead vanish in the final minute. That result fueled the Soul as they throttled the San Antonio Talons, 76-40, to improve to 6-5 on the season and a perfect 6-0 at the Wells Fargo Center.