Commanders’ Logan Woodside named offensive player of the week

Commanders quarterback Logan Woodside has completed 38-of-75 passes for 478 yards, one touchdown and three interceptions in the first two games. - photo by Joe Alexander
Commanders quarterback Logan Woodside, shown at practice at Central Catholic High School, is the offensive player of the week. – photo by Joe Alexander
Commanders quarterback Logan Woodside AAF earned offensive player of the week honors after San Antonio’s 29-25 road victory over the Arizona Hotshots on Sunday.

Woodside threw two touchdowns and completed 21 of 27 passes for 290 yards. He had one interception. In the first half he completed 12 of 13 passes for 192 yards and both of his touchdowns.

From the AAF news release:

Defensive player of the week:
San Diego DB Kameron Kelly

Kelly set an Alliance single-game record with three interceptions in The Fleet’s 27-25 win last week. Kelly, who returned one of his three interceptions for a 22-yard touchdown, also had four passes defensed and tied for second on the team with six tackles.

Special teams player of the week:
Atlanta K Younghoe Koo

Koo converted all three of his field goal attempts, including makes from 25, 35 and 38 yards, in leading Atlanta to a 23-20 victory in week five. With the score tied at 20 late in the fourth quarter, Koo made a game-winning 35-yard field goal with nine seconds remaining in regulation. The South Korean-born Koo is a perfect 11-for-11 on the season.

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