|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|
When they got on the bus the Tampa Bay Storm were pretty sure their first round playoff opponent was going to be the streaking Philadelphia Soul.
But instead Philadelphia, which was up 21-6 at eliminated San Antonio surely on to their eight straight win and top seed in the American Conference, blew it. The Talons produced an unlikely comeback and won 42-28.
As a result Jacksonville and Philly have the same 11-7 record which puts Jacksonville as the the No. 1 seed due to a head-to-head victory.
And that puts the fourth-seeded Storm right back in Jacksonville next weekend. The Storm and Sharks kick off at 7:20 p.m.
The other conference semi matches Orlando with Philadelphia.