The Phantoms had their traditional slow start to this game. Coming off a 21-day hiatus, it took Orlando a while to get in their groove. But once they got moving, it was no contest as the Phantoms sweep the series against the Glynn County Revolution and move to 8-0 on the season.
The Phantoms took their time getting moving this night. The 1st quarter saw a few mistakes, some missed opportunities, and avoidable penalties, leading to a 0-0 1st quarter. But then Orlando decided it was time to show up! Orlando dropped 23 points in the 2nd quarter. The highlight of which would be a strip, sack, fumble recovery, and score by LB #15 Stanley Paige who had a phenomenal night for the boys in orange! A safety and a couple of touchdowns, including one by RB #5 Leron Hall, who has been quiet this season, would put the Revolution in a hole they could not climb out of.
Rookie WR #16 Velton Brown would also have a great night for Orlando. In fact, he would almost break the single-game record for touchdown receptions. But a late TD pass from QB #13 Justin Muller would be called back and ultimately end the game for the evening.
The game would end on a somber moment. An injury to one of the Revolution players would delay the game for over 40 minutes. Initially unresponsive, he would soon regain consciousness, and the ability to move. He would eventually be taken to Orlando Health for further observation. Because this was the third such injury of the game, officials would call the game with 4:21 remaining in the 4th quarter for a Phantoms victory.