The Seattle Dragons season record is at an even 1-1 and Dragons head coach and General Manager Jim Zorn will be looking for his team to get on the winning side of that record when they take on a Dallas Renegades team with a similar record Saturday afternoon ( 2 p.m. PST) at CenturyLink Field
Zorn and his coaching staff have been preaching consistency during the practice week with the belief that consistency will bring about improvement and high performance.
STATISTICALLY CLOSE WITH ACCURACY ISSUES
The Dragons are second place in the Western Division one slot above the Renegades. The two teams match up statistically with the Dragons having scored five touchdowns and allowed the same number while the Renegades have scored three touchdowns and allowed four. Both quarterbacks have struggled with their accuracy but still, rank in the top five offensively. Silvers si 28-58(48.3%), 308 yards, 4 touchdowns, and three interceptions while Jones is 28-40 ( 70%) for 305 yards 1 TD and 2 interceptions.
In last week’s Dragons 17-9 win over the Tampa Bay Vipers Silvers three a pick-six in the opening series of the second half and made amends on the Dragon’s next offensive series when he connected with wide receiver Keenan Reynolds on a 68-yard pass play. Such is the inconsistency of the Dragon’s offense. The one constant for the Dragons has been the play of the defense. The Dragons had three interceptions one of which was a one-yard pick-six by Marcell Fraizer to put the Dragons ahead for good at 9-12 in the third quarter.
The challenge for the Dragons defensive elyon Saturday and the rest of season is continuing to improve and be consistent each and every game.