First Meeting: March 27, 2010 - Enforcers 10, Charlotte 0
Previous Meeting: April 6, 2013 - Charlotte 17, Enforcers 9
All-Time Series tied 1-1
After a 24-10 triumph over the rival Los Angeles Centurions, the undefeated San Diego Enforcers clinched its second straight appearance in the NPSFL National Championship game. To earn their second national title in team history, they have to find a way to top a dominate Charlotte Cobras squad who hasn't given up a single point this season.
The Cobras have a stacked roster that features three players with NFL experience; a kicker and two defensive linemen. On offense they're led by quarterback Mark Brown, receiver Darrell Green, and a solid ground game powered by running backs Reggie Blackmon and Reese Jackson.
Having arguably the most productive season of his career, veteran quarterback JJ Carrell has thrown 16 touchdown passes and only two interceptions. Chris Buchanan and Matt Steinbach contributes to a stingy secondary that notched five interceptions during the last outing against Los Angeles. Both defenders recorded two apiece, while Damon Foreman notched the fifth pick that sealed the win.
Both teams play football for the purpose of raising money for local charities, and have players and staff members whose occupations involve risking their lives to protect the citizens of their respective communities. So no matter what the outcome is, there are no losers.
Tale of the Tape
SAN DIEGO ENFORCERS (5-0, 4-0 NPSFL)
Western Division Champions
Head Coach: Brian Salmon
Previous Game: Defeated Los Angeles 24-10
Points Scored: 160 - 32.0 PPG
Points Allowed: 62 - 12.4 PPG
NPSFL Opponent Record: 8-8 (.500)
Championship Appearance: 3rd (1-1)
CHARLOTTE COBRAS (4-0 NPSFL)
Eastern Division Champions
Head Coach: Eddie Levins
Previous Game: Defeated Philadelphia 35-0
Points Scored: 166 - 41.5 PPG
Points Allowed: 0 - 0.0 PPG
NPSFL Opponent Record: 5-11 (.313)
Championship Appearance: 3rd (0-2)