DEFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE WEEK: Brandon Roe (DB, Nebraska Danger)
The Nebraska Danger evened their record on the season at 3-3 after upsetting the Tucson Sugar Skulls 53-47 in Week 7. The Danger's opportunistic defense came up big and DB Brandon Roe's three interceptions could not have come at better times. Roe twice intercepted the Sugar Skulls in the endzone, ending potential scoring drives. He then provided the proverbial nail in the coffin as he intercepted Sugar Skulls QB Jake Medlock with less than a minute remaining, sealing the Danger's victory. Roe's three interceptions are the most in an IFL game this season. He also finished the game with three tackles. The Danger have now won back- to- back games and will travel to face the Green Bay Blizzard in Week 8.