Not the Knights of Old

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The Knights found it to be difficult in the game and were initially able to find a suitable answer for their self and also against the attack of Comets. The Offense of the Franken Knights got out the blocks slowly showing the same weaknesses that were present already in the first game against Stuttgart Scorpions.
The first quarter went with 0:14 to guests after WideReciever Brandon Kohn and running back Kevin Conrath each scored a touchdown and Stefan Hafels converted both PAT kicks.

In the second quarter running back Trent Clark was then able to score the first touchdown for Franken , Andrè converted the extra point to 7:14 .
RB Kevin Conrath scored for Kempten , which then, afterwards a failed kick then extended the lead to 7:20 .
WideReciever Thomas Gräfenstein shortened the distance for Franken , after a pass by Justin Sottilare made it 13:20 . The ensuing PAT kick attempt failed for the Knights. Kempten WR Christian Hafels touchdown catch from quarterback Shane Jackson then extended the lead to 13:26 at half-time.

Shortly after the start of the second half it was again Hafels WR who caught another pass from QB Jackson for a touchdown . Since the subsequent kick was converted the new score was now 13:33 Comets. The last points of the game was scored by running back Kevin Conrath for the Comets to make it 37:53.
In Defense of the Knights , in spite of the weaknesses shown good gains were evident , ​​especially with cornerback Wayne Johnson 2 interceptions and 11 tackles by linebacker Darren Rechbach . Safety Stefano Alescio will stop any attack with big hits.

If it is possible in the next away game against the Munich Cowboys the Knights can bring home a win.
The game in Munich begins Saturday at 16:00 clock .

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