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Kreatures will attempt to let the Guard down

June 2, 2005 - National Indoor Football League (NIFL) - Kissimmee Kreatures News Release

LAKELAND, Fla. –The Kissimmee Kreatures (2-9) are going to play the first of their last three games on Saturday, June 4, at 7:05 in Fayetteville, NC against the Fayetteville Guard (4-6).

Fayetteville should not let their guard down in the Red zone. Kissimmee is ranked 1st in the league in Red zone offense with an 80% conversion of 40 out of 50 Red zone plays. Receiver, TJ Simmons, is now tied for 5th in receptions with a total of 49 receptions this season.

The Kreatures began the season with the an offensive average of 63.5 average points per game after the first two contests, which is a far cry from the 39.2 offensive average they have now incurred. Statistically the Guard has a 9.5 average points per game advantage over the Kreatures. The Kreatures have a 49.0 defensive average ppg. The Guard has a 48.7 offensive average ppg, and they lead the Kreatures with a 6.1 margin in a loss of 42.9 defensive average ppg.

Kissimmee ranks in 17th place this season with the total offensive yards per game at 199.5 yards. The Guard falls into 7th place with 250.2 yards per game. The Guard also ranks 5th in total defense sacrificing an average of 204.8 yards per game.

Kissimmee is ranked just below Fayetteville in pass defensive yards per game with a 2.1-yard margin. The Guard leads with 142.2-yard average and the Kreatures fall behind with a 140.1-yard average.

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