It was the Generals who came out on top, defeating the Breakers 27-17 to improve to 4-1 on the season, while New Orleans dropped to 3-2.
Here are the top plays from New Orleans and New Jersey:
Made you look!
On the Breakers' opening drive, they were faced with a quick fourth-and-3, but pulled off a fake punt.
The Generals answered with a quick touchdown on the following drive, courtesy of QB De'Andre Johnson. New Jersey held a 7-3 edge heading into the second quarter.
On New Jersey's first possession of the second quarter, running back Trey Williams broke off a 28-yard gain to move the Generals downfield.
Then, the Generals kicked off the second-quarter scoring with another Johnson rushing TD to take a 14-3 lead.
Off to the races
On the ensuing drive, the Breakers got things going with a monster kick return from WR Taywan Taylor.
Breakers bounce back
New Orleans made up for it on its following drive, as Sloter connected with wideout Jonathan Adams for a 20-yard TD to close the gap, 14-10.
Johnson dropped a dime to KaVontae Turpin for a 39-yard gain that put the Generals in enemy territory.
The big gain helped give New Jersey the last word, adding another field goal ahead of the break to extend its lead, 17-10.
The third quarter kicked off with back-to-back scores from both teams.
First, Sloter found Johnnie Dixon for a 10-yard TD for the Breakers to knot things up at 17 apiece.
Then, Darius Victor punched one in for New Jersey to regain the lead, 24-17, midway through the third.
After a lightning delay, play resumed, but it was another tough break for the Breakers.
Sloter was picked off once again by Luani — this time at the goal line.
Returning the favor
On the following drive, the Generals got a taste of their own medicine, as Johnson's pass was intercepted at the goal line.
On the move
After the turnover, New Jersey's Turpin went to work moving the Generals downfield and putting them in great field position to extend their lead.
The Generals added a field goal late in the quarter to make it a 10-point game, and things ended there after the Breakers came up short on fourth down.