The San Antonio Commanders had to work hard for every yard on offense on Saturday against the Salt Lake Stallions.
In the end, the Commanders scored their second touchdown of the game with less than six minutes remaining in a 19-15 victory at the Alamodome.
The Commanders had 64 yards rushing. Almost a third of that, 19 yards, came from quarterback Marquise Williams off the bench in the fourth quarter. Trey Williams had 19 yards and David Cobb had 18.
The Commanders had 213 yards passing – 164 yards from Logan Woodside and 49 from Marquise Williams. Both quarterbacks threw one touchdown pass. Marquise Williams threw a 36-yard pass to Trey Williams for the winning touchdown.
The San Antonio Commanders quarterback competition got bigger at Friday’s practice.
San Antonio’s offensive linemen, apparently tired of just pushing people around, spent some time working on their passing skills.
Players like tackle Mo Porter, guard Cyril Richardson, guard Mason Gentry, center Brian Folkerts, guard Jovann Letuli, tackle Andrew McDonald and guard Fred Lauina showed they could sling the ball around.
Commanders quarterbacks Logan Woodside, Marquise Williams and Dustin Vaughan were not immediately available for comment after practice.