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USFL Depth Charts: Philadelphia Stars Updated Depth Chart and Roster


We’ve reached the mid-season point and the Philadelphia Stars sit at a disappointing 2-3.  Often putting up great stats, an injury to Bryan Scott and a change at quarterback may have thrown the flow off just a little.  However, the Stars still sit in second place in the North, and if they can continue to put up numbers and win some more games, they have a great shot at making the playoffs.  The Generals have a firm lead on the first spot, however, the Stars appear to be a better team than the two teams behind them, the Panthers and Maulers.  After another week of football, stats, and targets, let’s take a look at how the Philadelphia Stars depth chart has changed.


USFL Depth Charts and Updated Rosters

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USFL Depth Charts:  Philadelphia Stars Updated Depth Chart and Roster

QB1Case Cookus3548563.53%5516.5318364.50035.64
INACTIVEBryan Scott3608570.59%5586.6529232.61340.62
RB1Paul Terry4271646.11181206.7012416.4%4534.62%52.4
RB2Matt Colburn II424532.216467.70096.2%3023.08%21.9
RB3Darnell Holland311484.406193.20074.8%1713.08%12.7
WR1Jordan Suell5000.001720011.8003020.5%1713.08%37
WR2Devin Gray4000.00141289.1101913.0%1410.77%32.8
WR3Diondre Overton5000.001220016.7301913.0%129.23%50
WR4Maurice Alexander5000.0010989.8201611.0%107.69%31.8
WR5Chris Rowland4000.001212510.4001611.0%129.23%24.5
WR6Brennan Eagles0000.00000.00000.0%00.00%0
TE1Bug Howard5000.001618111.3202718.5%1612.31%46.1
TE2Pro Wells4000.00242.00032.1%21.54%2.4
D/STStars D/ST53111759187240


Philadelphia Stars depth chart Quarterbacks

Another start for Case Cookus with Bryan Scott being injured, but he couldn’t produce the same result as Week 4.  Cookus threw 19 completions out of 35 attempts for 215 yards.  However, he finished with zero touchdowns.  The bright side is, he also had zero interceptions.  While it wasn’t a bad performance, it wasn’t enough to beat the 5-0 Stallions.  Cookus will look to pick back up next week against the Bandits.  There have been no additional quarterback additions to the Philadelphia Stars depth chart, meaning they may still expect Scott to come back this season.

Running Backs

Philadelphia Stars depth chart Running Backs

Even though Darnell Holland made his return, he received zero carries.  This backfield is quite jumbled and needs to get back on track in order to take some pressure off Cookus.  Sure, Paul Terry’s stat line of 52 yards and a touchdown looks good, but he only received two carries. He had one carry for 43 yards and one for nine.  Instead, Matt Colburn carried the ball more often.  However, he was still under ten carries.  Colburn finished the day with seven carries for ten yards and a touchdown.  The biggest impact made by running backs was by Terry in the receiving game.  He finished the day with five receptions for 43 yards on six targets.  Terry continues to be the top running back on the Philadelphia Stars depth chart, however, the running backs aren’t running the ball all that often.

Wide Receivers

Philadelphia Stars depth chart Wide Receivers

Still owning the top target percentage on the team, Jordan Suell was a target machine again this week with nine.  He finished the day with four receptions for 36 yards.  Chris Rowland also had four receptions for 39 yards.  No touchdowns were scored by a wide receiver this week.  Running back Paul Terry led the team in receptions and receiving yards.  Suell led the wide receivers with nine targets while Rowland was targeted five times.  Targeted three times, Diondre Overton was unable to keep his touchdown streak going and finished with one catch for 36 yards.  Devin Gray also had a down game with two receptions on three targets and 16 total yards.  The highlight of the day was from Maurice Alexander, however, he was only targeted once.  The Philadelphia Stars depth chart at wide receiver seems to shift from game to game.

Tight Ends

Philadelphia Stars depth chart Tight Ends

The Philadelphia Stars depth chart at tight end still starts and ends with Bug Howard.  Howard was targeted six times for the second week in a row.  However, he only came down with one of those catches for 30 yards.  This is the second week Howard has had a disappointing stat line.  Howard’s yards and receptions have slipped since Cookus took over.  Look for them to get on the same page with a big game looming against the Bandits.

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