USFL Week 2 results, highlights: New Orleans Breakers dominate Tampa Bay Bandits to close Week 2

The New Orleans Breakers established themselves as the best team in the early season of the USFL on Sunday when they defeated the Tampa Bay Bandits 34-3. Quarterback Kyle Sloter completed 25 of 39 passes in 266 yards and two touchdowns, and pretty much all of his offensive weapons had great days. Jordan Ellis rushed 21 times in 64 yards and Jonathan Adams caught five passes on 92 yards.

Breakers jumped out for an early lead and did not look back. The attack scored touchdowns on both of their first two possessions, and the defense forced three consecutive three-and-outs from the bandits on their first three possessions. Overall number 2 Jordan Ta’amu was seen as one of the best quarterbacks in this spring league, but he had a hard time on Sunday as he completed just 8 of 18 passes on 62 yards and an interception. Brady White also got runs and he completed 3 of 10 passes in 35 yards and a pick.

The Bandits are a much better team than what they showed in this shocking loss, but the real story is that this Breakers team looks strained. Also, be sure to check the USFL position and season schedule. We have all the latest news on our USFL page here.

New Jersey Generals 10, Michigan Panthers 6

Philadelphia Stars 30, Pittsburgh Maulers 23
Birmingham Stallions 33, by Houston Gamblers 38

New Orleans Breakers 34, Tampa Bay Bandits 3

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