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Generals' two-QB system is unique, and it's working


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— While some USFL teams are looking for one consistent playmaker at the quarterback spot, New Jersey Generals head coach Mike Riley continues to use two quarterbacks with good success.De’Andre Johnson got his first start of the year after leading the Generals to a comeback win last week, But Luis Perez also played on Saturday, and the two combined to complete 20 of 24 passes for 200 passing yards and a touchdown in a methodical, 21-13 victory over the Pittsburgh Maulers. Walker was targeted a game-high 17 times, finishing with nine receptions for 110 yards, including a nimble, one-handed grab on his team’s final drive of the game.Wilson said his team needs more offensive players like Walker to step up and make plays."He’s an extremely confident competitor," Wilson said about Walker. He just feels like he’s the one that’s going to make plays." New Jersey linebacker Chris Orr said his team’s defense became more aware of where Walker was on the field as the game wore on."We let him get a little too much today," Orr said.

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