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The Dresden Monarchs (1-3) visit the Berlin rebels (0-2-1) in this GFL North match which became critical for both teams.

Defense german bowl champion Monarchs are aiming for a much-needed win to stop an unusual two-game slide. On the whole field, a resilient rebels The team is looking for its first win of the season.

While the rebels haven’t yet won a victory this season, that’s no reason to underestimate them. Berlin tied a match and faced against the GFL North the best teams to date have missed out on few wins in four weeks of play.

Quarterback Donovan Isom leads an exciting Berlin field attack. The rebels the passing offense averaged 295 yards per game behind the sophomore passer. Isom’s massive 6’5 250-pound frame makes him tough to put down because he can extend plays and find receivers on the field. Isom will surely target receiver Robert Downs III with a quick French running back Meril Zero.

Defensively, veterans Daniel Docal and Paul Morant lead a rebels field defense. The two experienced defensive backs will be hoping their unit will play better as rebels are currently allowing 48 points per game.

The Dresden Monarchs are a similar team in many ways as their offense has been explosive but they have struggled defensively at times. Hampered by injuries, the defending champions look very different to those of 2021 and will need to start racking up some wins if they are to make the post-season.

Linebackers Florian Zur Neiden and Andrew Mccleroy aim to contain a rebels attack that has lit up defenses this season.

Offensively, newly signed quarterback Justin Agner is gearing up for his second game with the team. the old Stetson (NCAA D1 FCS) The passer has shown his ability to hurt defenses with his legs as well as finding receivers Darrell Stewart Jr (Michigan State NCAA D1) and Anthony Brooks. Running back Yazan Nassar is also a solid player to watch as he averages 66 rushing yards per game.

For a well-deserved victory, expect longtime head coach Ulz Dauber to put his team in position for a victory.

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