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2011 Indianapolis Enforcers season
Head Coach K.C. Carter
General Manager K.C. Carter
Home Field Travel Team
Results
Record 1-9
Place 6th
Playoff Finish Failed to Qualify
Uniform
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Timeline
Previous season Next season
none 2012

The 2011 Indianapolis Enforcers season was the 1st season for the American Continental Indoor Football League franchise.

The Enforcers came into existence when K.C. Carter, the owner of the Mid-States Football League's Indianapolis Stampede, put together an expansion franchise to compete in the CIFL. Having been involved with football, be it as a player, owner, head coach or league commissioner for over 35 years, Carter wanted to take on the challenge of the indoor football game. He put his team together in just 32 days,[1] acquiring players with the understanding that there would be no pay this year. He did not want to be a team that promised the world and delivered nothing. This team was assembled by invitation only. He found his talent in his semi-pro team, The Stampede, and team USA. He also grabbed a few plays from Central State University, and a few players from the defunct Fort Wayne FireHawks.

Because they joined the CIFL so late, they had no lease to play games in a home arena. This caused the Enforcers to play on the road in 2011, with the hopes of finding a permanent home in 2012. Carter had assperations that Conseco Field House or the Pepsi Coliseum would be the home for the Enforcers in 2012. On February 26, 2011, the Enforcers lost their first game in franchise history by a score of 69-12 to the Port Huron Predators. On March 19, 2011, the Enforcers gave up a Cincinnati Commandos record 8 touchdown passes to Tyler Sheehan.[2] On April 2, 2011, the Enforcers again became a part of CIFL history, as they gave up a record, 8 rushing touchdowns in a single game, en route to a 78-0 defeat to the Marion Blue Racers.[3] The Enforcers lone victory in its expansion season was a 2-0 forfeit win over the Predators as they failed to finish the season. They finished the season 1-9 and 6th overall.

PlayersEdit

SigningsEdit

Position Player 2010 Team
QB Mike Whitaker Fort Wayne FireHawks
DB/RB Ricky Emery Chicago Cardinals
DT Michael Cupp Fort Wayne FireHawks

Final RosterEdit

Indianapolis Enforcers Rosterview · talk · edit

Quarterbacks

Offensive backs

Receivers

Kickers None Currently

 

Offensive Linemen

Defensive Linemen

Linebackers

 

Defensive backs

Inactive

Injured Reserve 10px

Updated 2011-04-08[4]

Rookies in italics
24 Active, 15 Inactive

More rosters

Regular SeasonEdit

Regular SeasonEdit

Week Date Kickoff Opponent Results Game site
Final score Team record
1 February 26 7:30 P.M. EST at Port Huron Predators L 12-69 0-1 McMorran Arena
2 March 5 7:30 P.M. EDT at Dayton Silverbacks L 19-69 0-2 Hara Arena
3 Bye
4 March 19 7:30 P.M. EDT at Cincinnati Commandos L 2-82 0-3 Cincinnati Gardens
5 Bye
6 April 2 7:30 P.M. EDT at Marion Blue Racers L 0-78 0-4 Veterans Memorial Coliseum
7 April 9 7:30 P.M. EDT Chicago Knights L 14-42 0-5 10th Street Sports Center
8 April 17 2:30 p.m. CST at Chicago Knights L 6-52 0-6 Victory Sports Complex
9 Bye
10 April 30 7:30 P.M. EDT at Port Huron Predators W 2-0 (Forfeit) 1-6 McMorran Arena
11 May 7 7:30 P.M. EDT at Port Huron Predators L 6-75 1-7 Hara Arena
12 May 14 7:30 P.M. EDT at Marion Blue Racers L 12-73 1-8 Veterans Memorial Coliseum
13 May 21 7:30 P.M. EDT at Cincinnati Commandos L 0-81 1-9 Cincinnati Gardens
14 Bye
15 Bye

StandingsEdit

2011 Continental Indoor Football Leagueview · talk · edit
Team W L T PCT PF PA PF (Avg.) PA (Avg.) STK
Cincinnati Commandos-y 10 0 0 1.000 484 158 53.77 17.55 W10 Details
Marion Blue Racers-x 8 2 0 .800 455 218 45.5 21.8 L1 Details
Dayton Silverbacks-x 5 5 0 .500 288 265 32 39.4 W3 Details
Chicago Knights-x 4 6 0 .400 255 295 28.33 32.77 L5 Details
Port Huron Predators 2 8 0 .200 238 226 39.6 37.6 L7 Details
Indianapolis Enforcers 1 9 0 .100 71 621 7.88 69 L3 Details

Regular SeasonEdit

Week 1: vs Port Huron PredatorsEdit

Week 1: Indianapolis Enforcers at Port Huron Predators – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 0 6 0 6

12

Predators 7 14 26 22

69

at McMorran Arena, Port Huron, Michigan

  • Date: February 26
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • Game attendance: 1,931
  • [1]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Port Huron – (13:28) Robert Height 13-yard pass from Jim Roth (Rasko Apostolvski kick), Port Huron 7–0
2nd quarter
  • Port Huron - (13:23) Levi Raines 11-yard rush (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 14-0
  • Indianapolis - (6:28) Montez Williams 10-yard pass from Mike Whitaker (Ian Pocurro rush failed), Port Huron 14-6
  • Port Huron – (4:26) Robert Height 12-yard rush (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 21–6
3rd quarter
  • Port Huron - (13:26) Levi Raines 11-yard pass from Jim Roth (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 28-6
  • Port Huron - (7:16) Levi Raines 5-yard rush (Rasko Apostovlski kick failed), Port Huron 34-6
  • Port Huron - (5:46) Anthony Calamita 10-yard interception return (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 41-6
  • Port Huron – (0:43) Robert Height 15-yard rush (Ruben Gay rush failed), Port Huron 47–6
4th quarter
  • Port Huron – (8:40) Anthony Gay 49-yard rush (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 54–6
  • Indianapolis - (6:43) Montez Williams 24-yard pass from Mike Whitaker (Troy Summers rush failed), Port Huron 54-12
  • Port Huron – (4:53) Justin McKinny 25-yard kickoff return (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 61–12
  • Port Huron – (2:13) Andre Raines 0-yard fumble recovery (Rasko Apostovlski kick), Port Huron 68–12
  • Port Huron – (1:27) Team Rouge, Port Huron 69–12
Passing
  • Indianapolis – Mike Whitaker: 15/34, 73 yards, 2 TD
  • Port Huron – Jim Roth: 4/8, 60 yards, 2 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – Troy Summers: 2 att, 23 yards, 0 TD
  • Port Huron – Levi Raines: 7 att, 78 yards, 2 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Montez Williams: 6 rec, 51 yards, 2 TD
  • Port Huron – Ernie Smith: 1 rec, 23 yards, 0 TD

Week 2: vs Dayton SilverbacksEdit

The Enforcers fell to the Silverbacks, 13-69. Melvin Bryant caught touchdowns of 27 and 37 yards from Jeremy Greenleaf. Fred Cromartie and Daniel Stover each chipped in with a touchdown catch.[5]

Week 2: Indianapolis Enforcers at Dayton Silverbacks – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 6 7 0 6

19

Silverbacks 23 27 3 16

69

at Hara Arena, Trotwood, Ohio

  • Date: March 5
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • [2]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Dayton – (13:20) Melvin Bryant 45-yard pass from Jeremy Greenleaf (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 7–0
  • Dayton – (7:51) Fred Cromartie 27-yard pass from Jeremy Greenleaf (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 14–0
  • Dayton - (1:14) Daniel Stover 37-yard pass from Jeremy Greenleaf (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 21-0
  • Indianapolis - (0:00) Troy Summers 26-yard pass from Mike Whitaker (Scott Duvall kick blocked), Dayton 21-6
  • Dayton - (0:00) Donavan Evans PAT return, Dayton 23-6
2nd quarter
  • Dayton - (14:20) Victor Jett Jr. 37-yard kickoff return (Jeff Hubbard kick blocked), Dayton 29-6
  • Indianapolis - (10:46) Ricky Emery 2-yard rush (Scott Duvall kick), Dayton 29-13
  • Dayton – (7:03) Melvin Bryant 32-yard pass from Bruce Jones (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 36–13
  • Dayton – (3:12) Ronald Russell 1-yard rush (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 43–13
  • Dayton - (0:04) Daniel Stover 6-yard pass from Jeremy Greenleaf (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 50-13
3rd quarter
  • Dayton – (9:16) Jeff Hubbard 28-yard field goal, Dayton 53–13
4th quarter
  • Dayton – (12:50) Jeff Hubbard 28-yard field goal, Dayton 56–13
  • Dayton - (6:59) Marcus Fails 12-yard rush (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 63-13
  • Indianapolis - (1:22) Ricky Emery 5-yard pass from Mike Whitaker (DeRon Jenkins rush failed), Dayton 63-19
  • Dayton - (0:00) Daniel Stover 22-yard pass from Bruce Jones (none attempted), Dayton 69-19
Passing
  • Indianapolis – Mike Whitaker: 12/24, 106 yards, 2 TD
  • Dayton – Jeremy Greenleaf: 10/18, 177 yards, 4 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – DeRon Jenkins: 2 att, 9 yards, 0 TD
  • Dayton – Jeremy Greenleaf: 2 att, 16 yards, 0 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Montez Williams: 4 rec, 31 yards, 0 TD
  • Dayton – Melvin Bryant: 5 rec, 117 yards, 2 TD

Week 4: vs Cincinnati CommandosEdit

Week 4: Indianapolis Enforcers at Cincinnati Commandos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 0 2 0 0

2

Commandos 26 20 16 20

82

at Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Date: March 19
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • [3]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Cincinnati - (14:50) Moe Lee 25-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Justin McClain kick failed), Cincinnati 6-0
  • Cincinnati – (11:51) Jeff Franklin 33-yard interception return (Justin McClain kick failed), Cincinnati 12–0
  • Cincinnati - (7:32) Kyenes Mincy 27-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Tyler Sheehan pass failed), Cincinnati 18-0
  • Cincinnati - (1:41) Brandon Boehm 28-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Derrick Moss rush), Cincinnati 26-0
2nd quarter
  • Cincinnati - (12:02) Moe Lee 31-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Charles Hawkins pass from Tyler Sheehan), Cincinnati 34-0
  • Cincinnati - (2:17) Brandon Boehm 25-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Justin McClain rush fumbled), Cincinnati 40-0
  • Indianapolis - (2:17) Drew Russ PAT return, Cincinnati 40-2
  • Cincinnati - (0:02) Thomas Claggett 0-yard fumble recovery (Tyler Sheehan pass failed), Cincinnati 46-2
3rd quarter
  • Cincinnati - (10:36) Keith Brooks 2-yard rush (Keith Brooks pass from Tyler Sheehan), Cincinnati 54-2
  • Cincinnati - (2:14) Brandon Boehm 21-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (James Frazier rush), Cincinnati 62-2
4th quarter
  • Cincinnati - (4:28) David Wess 13-yard fumble recovery (Frank Straub pass from Tyler Sheehan), Cincinnati 70-2
  • Cincinnati - (0:24) Kyenes Mincy 19-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (James Fraizer rush failed), Cincinnati 76-2
  • Cincinnati - (0:02) Kyenes Mincy 2-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Keith Brooks rush failed), Cincinnati 82-2
Passing
  • Indianapolis – Mike Whitaker: 7/24, 66 yards, 0 TD
  • Cincinnati – Tyler Sheehan: 21/31, 289 yards, 8 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – DeRon Jenkins: 1 att, 3 yards, 0 TD
  • Cincinnati – Keith Brooks: 4 att, 8 yards, 1 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Montez Williams: 4 rec, 30 yards, 0 TD
  • Cincinnati – Moe Lee: 6 rec, 108 yards, 2 TD

Week 6: vs Marion Blue RacersEdit

Week 6: Indianapolis Enforcers at Marion Blue Racers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 0 0 0 0

0

Blue Racers 26 27 12 13

78

at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Marion, Ohio

  • Date: April 2
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • Game attendance: 1,200
  • Referee: Les Anderson
  • [4]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Marion - (12:51) Christen Haywood 12-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 7-0
  • Marion - (8:30) Christen Haywood 4-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 14-0
  • Marion - (7:15) Ray Saunders 0-yard fumnble recovery (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 20-0
  • Marion - (1:00) Bryceson Lawrence 35-yard fumnble recovery (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 26-0
2nd quarter
  • Marion - (11:15) Timothy Robinson 8-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 33-0
  • Marion - (6:45) Lorenzo Best 21-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 40-0
  • Marion - (1:30) Antonio Wells 26-yard pass form Timothy Robinson (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 47-0
  • Marion - (0:46) Ryan Palmer 0-yard fumnble recovery (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 53-0
3rd quarter
  • Marion - (10:00) Jerard Bennett 12-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 59-0
  • Marion - (4:30) Christen Haywood 9-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 65-0
4th quarter
  • Marion - (13:15) Jerard Bennett 9-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 71-0
  • Marion - (10:27) Mike Ellison 22-yard interception return (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 78-0
Passing
  • Indianapolis – Dean Vinson: 8/26, 40 yards, 0 TD
  • Marion – Timothy Robinson: 1/1, 26 yards, 1 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – Dean Vinson: 3 att, 14 yards, 0 TD
  • Marion – Christen Haywood: 10 att, 57 yards, 3 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Troy Summers: 2 rec, 17 yards, 0 TD
  • Marion – Antonio Wells: 1 rec, 26 yards, 1 TD

Week 7: vs Chicago KnightsEdit

Week 7: Chicago Knights at Indianapolis Enforcers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Knights 7 14 14 7

42

Enforcers 0 12 0 2

14

at 10th Street Sports Center, Indianapolis, Indiana

  • Date: April 9
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • [5]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Chicago - (9:00) Harvery Allen 42-yard interception return (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 7-0
2nd quarter
  • Chicago - (3:35) Willie Tolon 7-yard pass from Ron Ricciardi (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 14-0
  • Indianapolis - (0:41) Ricky Emery 8-yard pass from DeMarcus Simons (Ian Pocurro kick failed), Chicago 14-6
  • Chicago - (0:15) Willie Tolon 1-yard rush (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 21-6
  • Indianapolis - (0:03) Troy Summers 32-yard pass from DeMarcus Simons (DeMarcus Simons rush failed), Chicago 21-12
3rd quarter
  • Chicago - (6:35) Ron Ricciardi 2-yard rush (Julie Harsbharger kick), Chicago 28-12
  • Chicago - (0:00) Willie Tolon 13-yard pass from Ron Ricciardi (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 35-12
4th quarter
  • Chicago - (5:30) Brandon Wogoman 1-yard rush (Julie Harshbarger kick), Marion 42-12
  • Indianapolis - (0:00) Joel Fravel safety, Chicago 42-14
Passing
  • Chicago – Ron Ricciardi: 12/16, 112 yards, 2 TD
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 11/24, 130 yards, 2 TD
Rushing
  • Chicago – James Chicon: 7 att, 34 yards, 0 TD
  • Indianapolis – Ricky Emery: 8 att, 29 yards, 0 TD
Receiving
  • Chicago – Willie Tolon: 5 rec, 49 yards, 2 TD
  • Indianapolis – Troy Summers: 3 rec, 47 yards, 1 TD

Week 8: vs Chicago KnightsEdit

Week 8: Indianapolis Enforcers at Chicago Knights – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 0 6 0 0

6

Knights 6 23 9 14

52

at Victory Sports Complex, Loves Park, Illinois

  • Date: April 17
  • Game time: 2:30 p.m. CDT
  • Game attendance: 170
  • Referee: Tommy Tyks
  • [6]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Chicago - (11:45) Mike Williams 2-yard rush (Julie Harshbarger kick failed), Chicago 6-0
2nd quarter
  • Chicago - (14:52) Julie Harshbarger 23-yard field goal, Chicago 9-0
  • Chicago - (10:04) J Openga 14-yard pass from Ron Ricciardi (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 16-0
  • Chicago - (10:04) Team Rouge, Chicago 17-0
  • Chicago - (6:01) Julie Harshbarger 20-yard field goal, Chicago 20-0
  • Indianapolis - (1:59) DeMarcus Simons 1-yard rush (DeMarcus Simons pass failed), Chicago 20-6
  • Chicago - (0:24) James Chicon 1-yard rush (Zac Peterson rush failed), Chicago 26-6
  • Chicago - (0:00) Julie Harshbarger 17-yard field goal, Chicago 29-6
3rd quarter
  • Chicago - (6:24) Zontavius Johnson 12-yard pass from Ron Ricciardi (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 36-6
  • Chicago - (3:32) Team Safety, Chicago 38-6
4th quarter
  • Chicago - (6:18) J Openga 38-yard pass from Brandon Jewett (Julie Harshbarger kick), Chicago 45-6
  • Chicago - (0:12) Mike Williams 11-yard rush (Julie Harshbarger kick failed), Chicago 52-6
Passing
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 7/22, 43 yards, 0 TD
  • Chicago – Ron Ricciardi: 8/18, 82 yards, 2 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 9 att, 19 yards, 1 TD
  • Chicago – Mike Williams: 9 att, 47 yards, 2 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Karl Jones: 4 rec, 34 yards, 0 TD
  • Chicago – Zontavius Johnson: 4 rec, 36 yards, 1 TD

Week 10: vs Port Huron PredatorsEdit

Week 10: Indianapolis Enforcers at Port Huron Predators – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 2 0 0 0

2

Predators 0 0 0 0

0

at McMorran Arena, Port Huron, Michigan

  • Date: April 30
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
Game information
Port Huron Forfeit

Week 11: vs Dayton SilverbacksEdit

Week 11: Indianapolis Enforcers at Dayton Silverbacks – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 6 0 0 0

6

Silverbacks 14 25 15 21

75

at Hara Arena, Trotwood, Ohio

  • Date: May 7
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
Game information
1st quarter
  • Dayton – (13:55) Melvin Bryant 15-yard pass from Bruce Jones(Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 7–0
  • Indianapolis - (10:22) DeMarcus Simons 1-yard rush (DeMarcus Simons pass intercepted), Dayton 7-6
  • Dayton – (7:43) Ronald Russell 3-yard rush (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 14–6
2nd quarter
  • Dayton - (11:24) Bruce Jones 3-yard rush (Jeff Hubbard kick failed), Dayton 20-6
  • Dayton - (7:08) Neimiah Simons 37-yard fumble return (Jeff Hubbard kick failed), Dayton 26-6
  • Dayton – (0:55) Ronald Russell 6-yard rush (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 33–6
  • Dayton - (0:07) Daniel Stover 2-yard pass from Bruce Jones (Jeff Hubbard kick failed), Dayton 39-6
3rd quarter
  • Dayton – (9:10) S Spencer safety, Dayton 41–6
  • Dayton – (6:59) Marque Jones 16-yard pass from Bruce Jones (Jeff Hubbard kick failed), Dayton 47–6
  • Dayton – (2:26) Marque Jones 12-yard pass from Bruce Jones (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 54–6
4th quarter
  • Dayton – (7:10) Jarvis Taylor 11-yard rush (Daniel Stover rush), Dayton 62–6
  • Dayton - (5:14) Austin Goss 13-yard fumble return (Jeff Hubbard kick failed), Dayton 68-6
  • Dayton - (1:14) Daniel Stover 0-yard fumble return (Jeff Hubbard kick), Dayton 75-6
Passing
  • Indianapolis – DaMarcus Simons: 8/19, 37 yards, 0 TD
  • Dayton – Bruce Jones: 7/12, 84 yards, 4 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 11 att, 28 yards, 1 TD
  • Dayton – Ronald Russell: 6 att, 39 yards, 2 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Montez Williams: 1 rec, 20 yards, 0 TD
  • Dayton – Daniel Stover: 2 rec, 31 yards, 1 TD

Week 12: vs Marion Blue RacersEdit

Week 12: Indianapolis Enforcers at Marion Blue Racers – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 6 6 0 0

12

Blue Racers 0 32 14 27

73

at Veterans Memorial Coliseum, Marion, Ohio

  • Date: May 14
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • Game attendance: 1,100
  • Referee: Tommy Tyks
  • [7]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Indianapolis - (10:00) Montez Williams 2-yard pass from DeMarcus Simons (Darnell Taylor rush failed), Indianapolis 6-0
2nd quarter
  • Marion - (14:47) Christen Haywood 10-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 7-6
  • Marion - (14:16) Team Rouge, Marion 8-6
  • Marion - (8:00) Tyler Lorenz 31-yard field goal, Marion 11-6
  • Indianapolis - (5:00) Shannon Russell 29-yard pass from DeMarcus Simons (DeMarcus Simons pass failed), Indianapolis 12-11
  • Marion - (2:25) Brandon Williams 4-yard pass from Josh Harris (Tyler Lorenz kick failed), Marion 17-12
  • Marion - (1:00) Mike Tatum 32-yard pass from Josh Harris (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 24-12
  • Marion - (0:10) Brandon Williams 26-yard pass form Josh Harris (Ryan Palmer pass form Mark Huddleston), Marion 32-12
3rd quarter
  • Marion - (13:45) Mark Huddleston 4-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 39-12
  • Marion - (8:35) Mark Huddleston 35-yard pass form Josh Harris (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 46-12
4th quarter
  • Marion - (14:15) Mike Tatum 41-yard pass from Josh Harris (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 53-12
  • Marion - (8:41) Mark Huddleston 18-yard rush (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 60-12
  • Marion - (5:30) J Dorn 28-yard fumble recovery (Tyler Lorenz kick), Marion 67-12
  • Marion - (0:00) Victor Tolbert 32-yard rush (None Attempted), Marion 73-12
Passing
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 13/20, 108 yards, 2 TD
  • Marion – Josh Harris: 7/11, 140 yards, 5 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 12 att, 51 yards, 0 TD
  • Marion – Victor Tolbert: 2 att, 38 yards, 1 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Shannon Russell: 4 rec, 41 yards, 1 TD
  • Marion – Mike Tatum: 3 rec, 76 yards, 2 TD

Week 13: vs Cincinnati CommandosEdit

Week 13: Indianapolis Enforcers at Cincinnati Commandos – Game summary
1 2 3 4 Total
Enforcers 0 0 0 0

0

Commandos 14 15 26 26

81

at Cincinnati Gardens, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • Date: May 21
  • Game time: 7:30 p.m. EDT
  • Referee: Tommy Tyks
  • [8]
Game information
1st quarter
  • Cincinnati - (12:42) George Murray 12-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Brandon Yingling kick failed), Cincinnati 6-0
  • Cincinnati – (2:05) Tyler Sheehan 1-yard rush (Frank Straub pass from Tyler Sheehan), Cincinnati 14–0
2nd quarter
  • Cincinnati - (12:57) Brandon Boehm 24-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (George Murray pass from Tyler Sheehan), Cincinnati 22-0
  • Cincinnati - (10:03) Kyenes Mincy 5-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Brandon Yingling kick), Cincinnati 29-0
3rd quarter
  • Cincinnati - (13:56) Kyenes Mincy 27-yard pass from Tyler Sheehan (Brandon Yingling kick), Cincinnati 36-0
  • Cincinnati - (11:45) Phillip Barnett 2-yard pass from George Murray (Brandon Yingling kick failed), Cincinnati 42-0
  • Cincinnati - (6:12) Keith Brooks 3-yard rush (Brandon Yingling kick), Cincinnati 49-0
  • Cincinnati - (0:21) Phillip Barnett 19-yard pass from George Murray (Brandon Boehm pass failed), Cincinnati 55-0
4th quarter
  • Cincinnati - (11:00) Kyenes Mincy 32-yard pass from George Murray (Brandon Yingling kick), Cincinnati 62-0
  • Cincinnati - (5:31) Phillip Barnett 19-yard pass from George Murray (Brandon Yingling kick failed), Cincinnati 68-0
  • Cincinnati - (3:30) Jeff Franklin 23-yard interception return (Brandon Yingling kick failed), Cincinnati 74-0
  • Cincinnati - (0:23) Wendell Brown 0-yard fumble recovery (Brandon Yingling kick), Cincinnati 81-0
Passing
  • Indianapolis – DeMarcus Simons: 5/21, 37 yards, 0 TD
  • Cincinnati – George Murray: 8/11, 112 yards, 4 TD
Rushing
  • Indianapolis – Darnell Taylor: 3 att, 3 yards, 0 TD
  • Cincinnati – Greg Moore: 2 att, 32 yards, 0 TD
Receiving
  • Indianapolis – Montez Williams: 2 rec, 9 yards, 0 TD
  • Cincinnati – Phillip Barnett: 5 rec, 64 yards, 3 TD

StatsEdit

PassingEdit

Player Comp. Att. Comp% Yards TD's INT's Rating
DeMarcus Simons 44 106 41.5% 355 4 12 88.8
Mike Whitaker 34 82 41.5% 245 4 10 49.1
Dean Vinson 12 46 26.1% 61 0 8 0.0

RushingEdit

Player Car. Yards Avg. TD's Long
DeMarcus Simons 48 70 1.5 2 16
Ricky Emery 11 34 3.1 1 8
Troy Summers 13 28 2.2 0 16
Darnell Taylor 11 27 2.5 0 13

ReceivingEdit

Player Rec. Yards Avg. TD's Long
Montez Williams 23 210 9.1 3 24
Troy Summers 12 185 11.7 3 36
Ricky Emery 7 70 10.0 2 21
Karl Jones 6 51 8.5 0 15

Stats Reference[6]

ReferencesEdit

Template:Indianapolis Enforcers seasons

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