DULUTH, GA -- The Georgia Force (1-1) will take on the New Orleans VooDoo (0-3) in a Week 4 South Division game. Georgia enters the contest with a 1-1 record and currently holds the third spot in the South Division, while the Voodoo sit last in the division.
This will be Georgia's second consecutive inter-conference road game, having lost 71-57 in their Week 2 matchup against the Jacksonville Sharks. So far this season, the Force has averaged 55 points per game, while allowing 59 points per game. Despite the point deficit, Georgia has allowed only 201 passing yards per game, which tops the AFL.
Brett Elliott leads a stout passing attack (62.3 percent), completing passes for 575 yards and 10 touchdowns through two games. The Force averages 249.5 passing yards per game, first in the AFL.
Georgia will matchup against New Orleans 14th worst pass defense, which has allowed over 280 yards per game. The VooDoo is looking for their first win of the season, and will rely on New Orleans wide receiver P.J. Berry who has tallied 6 touchdown receptions this season.
This is the ninth matchup between the two teams, and the Force leads the all-time series 6-2. The Force secured the last meeting, 40-29.