In a dazzling irritated, the Stars gave the Generals their most memorable misfortune
19-14 in the first of two season finisher elimination round games.
The game included two dropkick return scores — one by the Generals' KaVontae
KaVontae Turpin to provide New Jersey with its most memorable lead of the game, and one by the Stars' Maurice Alexander
A 87-yarder with 1:41 leftover that put Philadelphia ahead for good.
Philadelphia was filled with wounds they lost Matt Colburn
Their star during the final part of the normal season, and USFL capture attempt pioneer Channing Stribling
Quarterback Case Cookus was harmed when he endured a shot to his back in the principal half yet had the option to return, albeit not good to go.
Darius Victor (16 surges, 64 yards) scored the Generals' solitary hostile score with a 1-yard run
The second from last quarter, yet New Jersey for the most part battled in the red zone