USFL Week 6 highlights: Memphis Showboats blank Pittsburgh Maulers
The Memphis Showboats kicked off the USFL's Week 6 action with a 22-0 shutout of the Pittsburgh Maulers. Check out all the top moments!
There are some great matchups on the schedule in Week 6 of the USFL, and we've got you covered with all the action from a Saturday slate that includes a pair of contests.
First, the Memphis Showboats (3-3) won their third straight game, this one in dominant fashion with a 22-0 shutout of the Pittsburgh Maulers (2-4).
Later, the Birmingham Stallions (3-2) and Michigan Panthers (2-3) meet up (4 p.m. ET on FOX and the FOX Sports app), with the Panthers seeking their first home win at Detroit's Ford Field.
See the full list of regular-season week-by-week matchups here.
Here are the top moments!
Memphis Showboats 22, Pittsburgh Maulers 0
Washington's big run!
Juwan Washington broke off a 30-yard run, giving Memphis a chance to put more points on the board.
Maulers trying to get something going
Memphis' defense had done well against Pittsburgh, but on this play, Troy Williams flipped the ball to Isaiah Hennie for a first down.
Showboat your way into the end zone!
Midway through the second quarter, Vinny Papale went 37 yards on a reception, scoring the game's first touchdown and going up 10-0 against the Maulers.
It's going UP in Memphis!
Memphis gets the TO!
Quenton "Showtime" Meeks got the interception on Williams to add to the Showboats' stellar defensive half.
An unlikely score for Memphis
Derrick Dillon took Pittsburg's unsuccessful 59-yard field goal 109 yards for a touchdown right before halftime.
At halftime, Memphis led Pittsburgh, 19-0.
Memphis with ANOTHER INT!
James Morgan's first pass attempt was intercepted by Kyree Woods, who set the Showboats up for another field goal.
Memphis is tied for the most interceptions in the USFL with six.
At the end of the third quarter, Memphis led 22-0.
Dillon with a BIG gain!
Adding to his impressive day, Dillon corralled a 37-yard heave from Kelley.
One more turnover, please!
Troy Warner secured the shutout with the Showboats' third interception of the day.