Things have certainly changed since the last time the Storm played Philadelphia. Tampa Bay lost its fifth in a row after an April 4 win over the Soul, getting handled 62-34 in Philly on Saturday night.

It was a one-point game at halftime before Philadelphia scored back-to-back interception returns. The first saw James Romain intercept B.J. Hall and then lateral to teammate Joe Goosby. Hall would be picked by Brandon Perkins who made it 42-27.

Hall struggled to a 13-for-29 performance while starting for the injured Randy Hippeard, who is expected to miss at least one more game.

Joe Hills had three TD catches for the Storm, including a 11-yarder with just :12 left in the half to pull Tampa Bay within 28-27.

Earlier Rod Isaac caught teammate Darius Payne's deflection for an interception TD that got the Storm back in the game after falling behind 21-6.

The Soul have won five-of-six since falling to 0-3.