LIVESTREAM Germany: Ravensburg Razorbacks @ Allgäu Comets, June 12, 15:00 CET, (3 pm, 09:00 am ET)

The Allgäu Comets (0-1) are preparing to play their first game in three weeks as they will be hosting the reeling Ravensburg Razorbacks (1-1) in pursuit of their first win of the German Football League season.

The Razorbacks are coming off a blowout loss against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns where the game was decided following their manhandling by the top dogs in the South Division 55-19. As for the Comets, they have only played one game so far this season, where they were upset by the GFL1 newcomer, the Straubing Spiders by a score of 43-42.

Allgäu last year made the playoffs after finishing fourth in the GFL South. They are hoping that getting their first win in their home opener could lead them to back-to-back appearances for the first time since the 2015-2016 seasons.

Comets quarterback Kenyatte Allen Jr., had a decent showing for his last game, completing 25 of 38 of his passes for 266 yards and five touchdowns. He had two interceptions early on one of which led to a touchdown, but he seemed to get more precise with his arm as the game went on.

Ravensburg meanwhile are playing again after spending a week off following their battering by the Unicorns. The Razorbacks’ defense gave up six touchdowns on six consecutive drives by their opponent and all their offense would do for the most part would be going three and out. Quarterback Alexander Bjerre completed 17 of 34 of his passes for 208 yards and two touchdowns but the scores came only after his team was trailing 41-0. He was also picked off three times so he will be looking forward to improving his performance today. 

The last time these two teams faced off was July 31 of last year, where the Comets defeated the Razorbacks by a score of 32-29 in their journey to make the playoffs again. This time around, most expect Allgäu to achieve the same result as last time and get out a victory.

Ravensburg Razorbacks @ Allgäu Comets, June 12, 15:00 CET, (3 pm, 09:00 am ET)

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