Jack Cohen emerges with his back against the wall. important moment.

The Long Island native had the biggest game of his life on Saturday against the Orlando Guardians, throwing 25 of 31 passes for a season-best 302 yards. Cohen’s performance led the San Antonio Bramas to a narrow 25-23 victory and kept their playoff hopes alive. The team improved to 3-6 with its first win at the Alamo Dome.

Cohen’s career has not been all smooth sailing. He battled injuries and inconsistencies, averaging just 142.8 yards with five touchdowns and six interceptions. His team has played three other quarterbacks this season and recently traded for former NFL first-round pick Paxton Lynch.

Despite the odds, Brahmas head coach Hines Ward switched back to Coan at the end of the season. It paid off.

“It means a lot to us. We’re waiting for such a great show,” Cohen told san antonio express-news. “It’s been a really tough season for us and the whole team.”

While the Brahmas’ playoff hopes remain slim, they haven’t given up hope yet. In the upcoming season finale, they need to beat the DC Defenders, the team with the best record in the XFL, 8-1, and hope the Arlington Renegades (4-5) lose to the Houston Roughnecks (6-3) to secure points.

The Brahmas-Defenders match is scheduled for Saturday, April 22 at 3pm

Cohen joins the XFL after an impressive senior season at Notre Dame in 2021, where he threw for 2,727 yards and 18 touchdowns. Cohen was undrafted in the 2022 NFL Draft. However, he was later signed by the Indianapolis Colts as an undrafted free agent. Unfortunately, he was cut by the team after training camp.

In a recent interview with Greater Long Island, Coan talked about how much he enjoys being part of the team again and playing the game he loves.

Above: Long Island’s Jack Coan (No. 16) passes for the XFL’s San Antonio Brahmas against the Orlando Defenders on Saturday, April 15. (Image credit: San Antonio Brahmas/ Facebook)

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