With only 49 seconds left in the game the Demons locked up their playoff spot with of all things, a safety. Vegas took the early lead but the defense and special teams play of San Francisco stepped up big and helped bring home the victory. They rely on their guts, instinct and the very best equiptment for on the field and off.
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Leatris Cole recovered a muffed punt in the Vegas endzone to put the Demons on the board. It was the Demons defense that forced the holding call on Vegas in their own endzone which sealed the victory. Now the Demons have to prepare for a game against the Xtreme that holds the fate of the Western Division championship.
Starting defensive tackle Emile Palmer joined five other teammates on the injured reserve list Wednesday and San Francisco added two defenders to its injury-ravaged roster for its final three XFL contests. Palmer suffered a badly sprained left foot in Sunday’s 25-19 loss at Chicago and will be lost for the remainder of the regular season.
Memphis drew first blood in the scoring, but Mike Pawlawski‘s arm punched out the Maniax Saturday night. Pawlawski threw three touchdown passes to lead San Francisco to a 21-12 win before 35,000 fans at Pac Bell Park. Brian Roberson, Travis Moore and were each recipients of Pawlawski scoring passes.
Mike Panasuk contributed a 35-yard field goal seconds before the end of the first half to give San Fran momentum going into the half. The Demons move their record to 4-4 and climb into a tie for second place in the Western Division with Las Vegas