JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- After winning 13 games in a row, the Jacksonville Sharks are now streaking in the opposite direction.
On Saturday night, the Sharks lost their second game in a row. The Dallas Vigilantes intercepted three of Aaron Garcia's passes, and they leave Sea Best Field with a 75-70 win.
Garcia, the Arena Football League's career leader in passing touchdowns, yards, and completions now owns the record for most interceptions.
Wide receivers Jeron Harvey and Salé Key sat out Saturday night's game with injuries. Safety Micheaux Robinson was given the night off to rest, and another valuable defender, Terrance Smith, was injured during the game.
The Sharks fall to (13-3) with the loss, but they have already clinched a division title and home field advantage for the playoffs which begin on July 29th.
Next up for the Sharks is a visit to Kansas City on Friday, July 15th followed by the final game of the regular season against Spokane on Friday, July 22nd ad Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena.
First Coast News