Two of the ten touchdowns the Shock scored last weekend in their dominating win over the Kansas City Command came from an unlikely source: former Washington State Cougar Jeffrey Solomon.
It isn't that anyone doubted Solomon's talent.
The Shock are in an interesting situation with six games left in the regular season. At 7-5 they find themselves just on the outside of the playoffs. But then again, according to the numbers, they are one of the best teams in the league.
The latest AFL Power Rankings came out Monday.
The Kansas City Command is just 2-9 this year in the AFL. Just don't tell that to the Spokane Shock, who need to believe any team can beat them… so no team will.
The Shock are making a run for the playoffs and have the perfect opportunity beginning Saturday at Spokane Arena.
After a devastating loss in Chicago on Sunday, Spokane dropped three spots in the AFL Power Rankings.
The list, released Monday morning by the league, shows Arizona still on top. San Jose fell to No. 4 after losing 68-61 to Milwaukee, making room for idle San Antonio to move up to No. 2.
Former Spokane Shock player Johnie Kirton was found dead in a hotel room in California, two days after scoring the winning overtime touchdown for the San Jose SaberCats, the San Jose Mercury News reported Tuesday.
Kirton, who played in Spokane in 2009 after a successful collegiate career at the Univ