ATLANTA, GA – The National Arena League will host it’s last regular season games with the 2023 NAL playoffs around the corner. This weekend
#2 SAN ANTONIO GUNSLINGERS (8-3)
The Gunslingers look to host their final regular season home game as the Carolina Cobras come to town. Both teams fight for the #2 seed currently held by the Gunslingers it’ll be up to San Antonio to defend their home turf and their position in the NAL playoffs. See injury report.
The Cobras are on a mission and have traveled far to extend their three-game win streak. With a victory tonight in San Antonio the Cobras will advance to the #2 seed with one week left in the regular season. They will have a tough opponent as they face the Gunslingers who are 4-1 at home with a passionate fan base behind them. See injury report.
OL/DL - Jared Aiken (Out, Short-Term Injury Reserve)
OL - Josh Fields (Questionable, Knee)
WR/LB - Jalen Rima (Questionable, Foot)
#1 JACKSONVILLE SHARKS (9-2)
The Sharks host their last home game of the regular season in a packed Shark tank, Jacksonville is on a roll swimming on a seven game win streak. The Warbirds may be out of the playoff race but they can still make an impact beating Jacksonville will not only rattle a confident team but will force Jacksonville to must win final regular season game to keep their #1 seed. See injury report below.
WR/DB - Darien Townsend (Active, Activated from Injury Reserve)
QB - Connor Blount (Out, Injury Reserve)
OL/DL - Justin Carter (Out, Injury Reserve)
WR/LB - Khalil McClain (Out, Injury Reserve)
#5 WEST TEXAS WARBIRDS (2-10)
The Warbirds have had many close games this season many resulted in a loss but they have pulled off some upsets. With nothing to lose this week it would be an incredible upset if West Texas can manage defeat the Sharks on the road. However, the Sharks have yet to lose to the Warbirds this season and with their current lineup, they do not look like they are going to lose anytime soon. See injury report.
Both games today can be watched online at nationalarenaleague.com or by visiting the NAL’s YouTube Channel. Stay tuned for next week as the National Arena League has it’s final regular season games for the 2023 season.
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