|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|
Adrian McPherson was 20-for-22 through the air and set a team record with his 24th rushing touchdown as the Storm rolled to a 62-34 win at Pittsburgh Saturday.
De'Audra Dix had three interceptions and James Harrell ran one back for a touchdown early in the third quarter.
Tampa Bay is now 6-3 on the season and comes home to play Philadelphia next Saturday.
Pittsburgh did not stop the Storm with McPherson at the helm, only getting a turnover on downs late when McPherson was pulled from the game. He threw for 240 yards and six scores, three to Greg Ellingson, who led all receivers with 10 catches and 96 yards.
Joe Hills had six catches for 79 yards after missing two games with an NFL tryout. And the Storm also welcomed back OL Alfred McCullough, who had a key fumble recovery early after McPherson had the ball knocked loose.
Dix's first interception, on the last play of the first quarter, led to the Storm going up 21-7 on a Michael Lindsey 32-yard reception. Lindsey had a big game with five receptions for 80 yards and two touchdowns.
Tampa Bay's second stop also came courtesy of Dix late in the first half, keeping it 35-21 at the break. Pittsburgh got the ball to start the second half but Harrell's 38-yard interception return pretty much wrapped things up, and Dix's second pick came on the next drive.
The hat trick was wrapped up by Dix in the closing minutes.