Put the Orlando Apollos squarely among the haves. Maybe even atop the haves, to hear a number of league observers. The Memphis Express, meantime, fall among the have-nots.First snap is set for 8 p.m., with the game to be broadcast by NFL Network.
That said, the one have-not that wouldn’t need much to transform into a have very well might be the Express. And that’s what has the Apollos on guard as Steve Spurrier’s squad returns to Spectrum Stadium in search of a 3-0 start.
think they’ve got a really good team,” Apollos receiver Charles Johnson said of the Express, who stand 0-2 after coughing up a 12-point lead in the final 13 minutes at home against the Arizona Hotshots.They should have had those guys beat. I think it’s going to be a tough battle. We’ve just got to go out and put our best foot forward.”
The Express also are still in search of their first touchdown pass. Add it up, and Memphis lingers among the AAF’s bottom two in most statistical categories.