Chicago down for Dallas PDF 
The line is finally over. After 10 straight embarrassing losses of Dallas Vigilante got gorilla off their back with a huge 65-52 overtime victory over the Chicago Rush first place Saturday at Allstate Arena.

Dallas outscored Chicago 13-0 in overtime, the first time this season Vigilante went into extra periods. The Vigilante scored on the opening possession of the extra frame on a brave fourth down from design to Larry Brackins.

So put an end to the game to win, came Delenall Reid up with the biggest game of the season by capturing Chicago's JJ Raterink and returned it all the way to a touchdown as vigilantes stormed the area. It was the second interception of the night Reid and his team-leading fourth of the season.

The need for a clutch Vigilante kick from Mark Lewis just to get to overtime and the veteran was, however, by nailing a 27-yard as time expired.

Dallas (2-12) won for the first time since defeating Oklahoma City back to 30-04 (55-34). Collin Drafts was the best game in his career and season by throwing for 302 yards and complete from 1930 to 1945 proceed for six touchdowns and no interceptions. Kenny Henderson led the way in receiving with 10 entertainment for 110 yards and two touchdowns.

Chicago (10-5) was led by Raterink, who had come into play after injury to starter Russ Michna. Raterink completed 13-19 passes for 156 yards, three touchdowns and one interception expensive.

It did not take long to Dallas on the board, scoring only the second play from scrimmage on a 24-yard strike concepts Henderson, 7-0 lead to take. Vigilante, the then caught a break on Michna first scrimmage and fumbled Rush Duke Pettijohn recovered, however, Dallas driving stalled on four straight plays.

Dallas defense would come up with another turnover when a pass picked off Delenall Reid Michna results to give Dallas great field position. Unlike prior Vigilante capitialized on a link quarter and four conversion in a 20-yard touchdown pass from Matt Concepts resulted in a 14-0 field advantage with 3:37 left in the opening quarter.

Chicago finally on the board with 1:24 left in the second quarter on a 9-yard strike from Michna Syvelle Newton to cut Dallas lead 14-7.

Dallas got a crash halfway through the second quarter, when Henderson turned hard against the wall. Not only has Dallas receiver "fine, he came back the next play and scored his second touchdown of the night on a nine-yard pass from the trip to Dallas made 21-7.

The Rush would score shortly after landing Henderson 1 April-yard TD pass from Michna to DeJuan Alfonzo distance of four meters, which makes Chicago 21-14.

What began to crumble in Dallas just before the half, making a long TD runs from Alfonso Concepts and called for conscious roots in than zone for a safety for Dallas' lead cut from 28 to 23. Chicago sought to lead reduced to 28-26 on a 47-yard field goal by Chris Gould, but an offensive holding call wiped out kick.

Dallas is looking for their second victory in a row next week when the Utah Blaze on Saturday, July 24 Host Fan Appreciation Night at 7:30.