Iron over Stallions as Richardson Shines in AAF Week 2 Matchup

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Legion Field, Birmingham: – With 4:40 on the clock the Birmingham Iron did a lot with one play. Trent Richardson blasted 2 yards into the endzone helping drag the team back from a 9 point deficit and taking a 12-9 lead which they held to remain undefeated at 2-0 in the young AAF season.

That’s a pretty good down in any league.

Up till then the biggest play in the game occurred late in the third quarter.  Iron CB Jamar Summers stripped Stallions punt returner De’Mornay Pierson-El at the Stallion 22. More than one guy had a shot at the loose pigskin but Iron LB Shaheed Salmon ended up being the guy who had the best nose for the ball.

Trent Richardson was the man of the day however having 91 yards from scrimmage, 41 on the ground and 50 through the air before his game-winner at the end. After his two TD game last week vs Memphis it is looking like Richardson is finding his groove in the AAF.

What say you Sports Nation?

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