OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Tommy Armstrong (QB, Nebraska Danger)
It was a shining debut for Nebraska Danger QB Tommy Armstrong. The former Nebraska Cornhusker helped the Danger (1-0) start the 2019 season off on the right track as they took down the Bismarck Bucks 66-44 in Week 1. Armstrong, who owns most of the Cornhuskers career passing records, threw for 158 yards, four touchdowns and rushed for one more in the Danger's victory. Late in the game, Armstrong helped provide one of the most exciting plays in Week 1 as he found WR Tevaris McCormick for a 48 yard strike late in the game. The 48 yard pass will stand as one of the longest passes in the IFL this season. Armstrong will look to lead the Danger to victory again as Nebraska heads on the road to face the Green Bay Blizzard in Week 2.