With San Antonio and Hamilton both battling in their respective divisions for playoff spots, this game should have been a close contest. However, San Antonio came to the park on a mission. QB David Archer connected with Kitrick Taylor for an 85 yard touchdown at the midpoint of the quarter to open the scoring. Kicker Roman Anderson made the convert. Anderson booted his first field goal of the game minutes later. The 19 yard attempt gave the Texans a 10 to 0 lead. In the second frame, Troy Mills extended the Texan lead with a 1 yard touchdown run. Anderson’s convert gave San Antonio a 17 to 0 lead at half-time. The Texans onslaught continued in the third quarter. Anderson hit his second field goal of the game, this time from 26 yards out. The San Antonio defence got on the board when LB Maurice Miller took a Steve Taylor fumble recovery 38 yards for a touchdown. Anderson kicked the convert.. Hamilton’s only points of the game came late in the third quarter as Taylor connected with Manny Hazard for a 14 yard touchdown completion. Paul Osbaldiston kicked the convert. Texan kicker Anderson missed his third field goal attempt of the game recording a single for San Antonio. Defence was again the name of the game as LB Tommie Smith intercepted Taylor and took the ball 32 yards for the score. Anderson, again, kicked the convert. QB David Archer notched his second TD pass of the game hitting Myron Wise for a 17 yard TD. Anderson recorded his fourth convert of the game. The Tiger-Cat abuse continued as Anderson kicked a 37 yard field goal making the final tally 45 points for the Texans. The win moved San Antonio into lone possession of second place in the Southern Division.
|3:00 PM||Clear||23.0°C||NNE (210°) at 2 km/h||39%||101.84 kPa|
|4:00 PM||Clear||23.4°C||NNE (180°) at 4 km/h||40%||101.74 kPa|
|5:00 PM||Clear||24.7°C||N (70°) at 4 km/h||40%||101.66 kPa|
|6:00 PM||Clear||24.3°C||NNE (140°) at 6 km/h||42%||101.63 kPa|
Data from Dark Sky. Estimated conditions.