The toughest call for Philadelphia Soul head coach Brett Munsey come Saturday night will be who to start at quarterback. Having two passers capable of starting on any Arena Football League team is a good problem to have. On one side, there is Matt D’Orazio who has completed 72.4 percent of his passes for 2,698 yards and 58 touchdowns.
Then there is Tony Graziani, who was activated Wednesday after missing the majority of season with a sprained ligament in his left knee after being hit late by New York’s John Nixx. In four contests this season, Graziani, who holds several Soul passing records, has completed 66.7 for 1,017 yards and 27 touchdowns.
No matter which passer is taking the snaps, scoring points will not be a problem as the Soul are leading the Arena Football League with 702 points, including three games of at least 70 points. Wide receiver Chris Jackson is leading the league with 36 touchdowns.
Saturday, the Soul will be looking to improved their franchise record 10 wins. They defeated Dallas in their head-to-head contest earlier this season in Philadelphia.