There's revenge and then there's what the Soul dished out on Saturday afternoon.
Three weeks after the Baltimore Brigade ended the Soul's unbeaten streak, the Soul laid a whooping on the Brigade in a 70-21 rout in Baltimore, leading wire-to-wire.
With the win, the Soul improved to 12-1 with just one week left in the regular season.
“This was our best performance all season,” Soul head coach Clint Dolezel told PhiladelphiaSoul.com. “Both sides of the ball played lights out and we did what needed to be done to get the win.”
Soul quarterback Dan Raudabaugh threw for 137 yards and five touchdowns while completing 10 for his 14 attempts. Backup QB Luke Collis went 4 for 9 with 60 yards and a touchdown.
Ryan McDaniel led the way with two touchdowns and 66 yards on five receptions while Darius Reynolds had three catches for 79 yards and a TD.
The Soul play the Tampa Bay Storm (10-3) at home next Saturday. They have already clinched homefield advantage for the postseason and are 2-0 against the Storm this year.