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The New Jersey Generals Vs The Birmingham Stallions

The USFL is set to kick off on April 16th at Protective Stadium, in Birmingham Alabama


Hypes 3 Key Offensive Player Spotlight for the New Jersey Generals




Luis Perez QB

Texas A&M-Commerce (College) 2015-2017

2X First Team All American

2X First Team All Lone Star Conference (2016-2017)

Harlon Hill Trophy Winner (2017)

NCAA Division II National Champion (2017)

Best Season at Texas A&M-Commerce came in (2017)

Passing for 5,001 yards and 46 TDs with a Passer Rating of 162.9


Birmingham Iron (AAF) 2019

Drafted in the 5th Round before being originally signed by the San Antonio Commanders

Record of (5-3) Clinching a Playoff Birth before play was suspended

Passing for 1,460 yards and 5 TDs and 6 INTs Passer Rating of 66.0


New York Guardians (XFL) 2020

Originally signed with the Los Angeles Wildcats, was later traded to the New York Guardians. He was named the Starting QB Week 4. In a shortened Season due to the COVID-19 Pandemic the XFL stopped play after Week 5.

Passing for 418 yards and 3 TDs


(NFL)

Los Angeles Rams (2018) Philadelphia Eagles (2019) Detroit Lions (2019)



Darius Victor RB

Towson Tigers (College) 2013-2016

CAA (Colonial Athletic Association) Rookie Of The Year (2013)

First Team All CAA (2014)

Second Team All CAA (2015)

3X All Country Selection


(2013) Started behind NFL RB Terrance West

Rushing: 629 Yards 7 TDs

(2014)

Rushing: 1,305 Yards 12 TDs

(2015)

Rushing: 1,210 Yards 17 TDs

(2016)

Rushing: 354 Yards 7 TDs


CFL (2019)

Hamilton Tiger-Cats *


New York Guardians (XFL) 2020

Drafted in 2019 by the Guardians. Contract terminated April 2020 COVID-19


(NFL)

New Orleans Saints (2017) Arizona Cardinals (2017)



Mike Weber RB

Ohio State Buckeyes (College) 2015-2018

*2015 Redshirted


Big Ten Freshman Of The Year (2016)

Second Team All Big Ten (2016)

Super Bowl Champion (2020) Kansas City Chiefs


(2016) Replacing the Graduated (Ezekiel Elliot)

Rushing: 1,096 Yards 9 TDs

(2017)

Rushing: 626 Yards 10 TDs

(2018)

Rushing: 1,050 Yards 5 TDs

Receiving: 21 Rec 112 Yards 1 TD



(NFL)

Drafted by the Dallas Cowboys in the 7th Round (2019) Waived and then Signed to the Practice Squad

Signed with the Kansas City Chiefs Practice Squad in January 2020. Super Bowl Champion. Resigned with the Chiefs in February, but was later waived. The Chiefs Drafted Clyde Edwards-Helaire and then signed FA DeAndre Washington


Green Bay Packers (2020) Active Roster for Week 11, 12

New York Giants (2021)



The New Jersey Generals are going to be a grind it out ball control offense. A run balanced offense. The draft consisted of many versatile O-Linemen. The Generals did a great job in making such decisions. I see the Generals as a smashmouth offense. Look for the Blast, Counters, Dives and Sweeps with this offense. Along with the versatility in Quarterback Luis Perez, he will be successful and use this style of play to catch a defense off guard. The New Jersey Generals are my sleeper in rushing yards per team in the 2022 Season.

















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