Johnny Manziel made his debut for the Memphis Express, but it was the team's lead signal-caller, Brandon Silvers, that shined bright Sunday night. Silver led Memphis to a 31-25 overtime win over the Birmingham Iron, passing for 266 yards and two touchdowns in the process.
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Silvers led the way on the offensive end, but he couldn't have done it without his top target Reece Horn. The former Tennessee Titans receiver hauled in seven-of-nine targets for 113 yards and a score against the Iron.
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