This is Fr. Birmingham stallions the world – we all just live in it.

At least that’s what it looks like at week 6 USFL inaugural season. The Stallions remain the only team in the league that did not win 6-0 after Fr. Victory 33-17 over Michigan Panthers.

It kept them on top RJ Young Power rating on Monday.

Stallions control the USFL power rating after 6 weeks

RJ Young breaks the best teams in the USFL. At the top are the undefeated “Birmingham Stallions”, followed by the “New Jersey Generals”. See how the list shakes!

Then on Tuesday the stallions were awarded the Player of the Week awards both in attack and defense. Week 6 was the second week in a row that the stallions received awards.

Let’s see.

Forward Player of the Week: Bo Scarbro, RB, Birmingham Stallions

Run back CJ Marable received this award for stallions last week as the newly signed Scarbro was still working to wet his feet.

“I think both [Scarbrough] and CJ are going to play a role, ”Holtz said after 5 weeks

Holtz was not joking.

Scarbro, the former star of Alabama, was a work skate at week 6, leading the stallions with 105 yards and a touchdown of just 16 quarries, averaging 6.6 yards per ditch. He also caught two passes for 15 yards.

His 28-yard landing early in the fourth quarter gave Birmingham a 25-17 lead and an iron grip in the game.

Scarbro talked to Young about his breakthrough.

After all, Scarbro is discussing his breakthrough in the USFL

RJ Young sits down with RB Bo Scarbro’s Birmingham Stallions to discuss Scarbro’s impressive debut in the USFL. Scarbro rushed for 105 yards and one landing for 16 career against the Michigan Panthers.

Defensive player of the week: Joe Joe TylerS, Birmingham Stallions

There is no denying that stallions possess this award. Two weeks ago midfielder Scooby Wright won it. Last week it was a linebacker Demarquis Gates.

At 6 weeks it was Tyler’s turn to get attention.

The Tylers everywhere opposed the Panthers, making 10 tackles (all singles) and a bag from their safety position.

And to end it all, he celebrated Birmingham’s victory in style.

Special Team Player of the Week: Cole Murphy, K, Michigan Panthers

Last week, the Panthers did not win, but it was certainly not the fault of Murphy, who led them 3-0 with a 56-yard goal from the game in the first quarter, which was the longest goal of the game this season.

In addition to his record-breaking strike, Murphy was also perfect in a pair of extra points, scoring five of the Panthers ’17 points in a 33-17 defeat.

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