In the Backbreaker Football League it doesn’t matter where you are on the depth chart. Always be ready to play. Neshawn Tyndell was ready to play after watching Jackson Paxson get benched in the first half and D.J. Williams shortly after that.
When playing against a defense like Blitzburgh, the room for error is very small. Fortunately for the Gamers, Blitzburgh’s offense is horrible at this point of the season.
Tyndell came into the game in the 2nd half and was basically asked not to lose the game. The Gamers were up 10-3 and another score could put the game away. Neshawn showed great escape ability against the beastly defense and put his team in field goal range following a 26 yard run.
What else can be said about the 3rd string bronze quarterback? He made plays and didn’t turn the ball over. Sometimes that’s all you need to do.