The Port Huron Predators were the second Port Huron CIFL franchise. Jim Roth quarterbacked the team for four of its six contests, throwing for 320 yards, nine scores and five interceptions. Devon Daniels led the team in receiving, with 179 yards on 14 catches and four scores. Levi Haines, Anthony Gay, and Robert Height combined for 491 yards on the ground and 14 touchdowns. The Predators were competitive in their first three games, defeating Dayton and Indianapolis, while dropping a 44-37 game to Marion in the final minute. However, the team fell apart off the field. New ownership stepped in and promised a competitive rest of the season, but players were not paid and the team folded after six games.