|March 23||vs Jacksonville||
|March 30||vs Cleveland||W 69-37|
|April 6||AT Utah||
|April 12||vs San Antonio||L 36-52|
|April 20||AT Orlando||
|April 27||AT Spokane||W 70-62|
|May 4||vs New Orleans||
|May 10||AT San Jose||L 34-64|
|May 18||AT Pittsburgh||
|May 25||vs Philadelphia||L 55-73|
|June 1||AT Iowa||
|June 8||vs Orlando||L 48-55|
|June 15||AT New Orleans||
|June 22||vs Chicago||L 49-50|
|July 6||vs Spokane||
|July 13||AT San Antonio||L 42-68|
|July 20||vs Pittsburgh||
|July 27||AT Jacksonville||7:00pm|
The Storm were riding high heading into San Jose but all of a sudden things are less rosy on a number of fronts.
Tampa Bay was manhandled by San Jose to start off, tremendously missing offensive lineman Alfred McCullough, who was invited to Philadelphia Eagles rookie minicamp. The Storm allowed six sacks.
Top receiver Joe Hills was out as well having received a spot in Carolina camp.
And now the upcoming schedule just got a bit tougher. Pittsburgh, which was 1-5 and among the worst teams in the league, went to division leader Philadelphia and stunned the Soul 53-48 with two late defensive stands.
Pittsburgh has a new quarterback (Steve Sheffield) and receiver (James Robinson) and both performed well in their Power debuts. The Storm are in Pittsburgh Saturday night.
In addition Orlando looks vastly improved with new quarterback Aaron Garcia. Orlando stunned Spokane late Saturday, winning 83-82 on a touchdown with five seconds left. The Predators were down 62-41 at the half, and actually trailed by 13 and surrendered the ball with less than a minute to go.
But an interception, touchdown, onside kick and Garcia's 11th touchdown of the night gave Orlando it's second win after an 0-5 start.