The 2d week of the XFL kicked off Saturday with every of the league’s eight teams in motion.
Most attention-grabbing two teams – the DC Defenders and the Houston Roughnecks – remain undefeated after the first two weeks of the season. The Tampa Bay Vipers and the Los Angeles Wildcats remain winless after their games. Every other crew is all the contrivance in the course of the pack in their respective choices.
Right here were the scores from Week 2 of the XFL.
Listed below are a few of the moments you must maybe well have uncared for.
DC, DEFENDED: The DC Defenders became the first crew in XFL historical previous to file a shutout when they defeated the New York Guardians, 27-0. Cardale Jones modified into as soon as 23-for-37 with 276 passing yards and two touchdown passes within the acquire. DeAndre Thompkins and Derrick Hayward had the touchdown grabs.
WILDCATS CONVERSION: The Los Angeles Wildcats became the first crew to transform the three-point play. The strive came after a Josh Johnson touchdown passes to Nelson Trim within the fourth quarter. The crew then tried the conversion from the 5-yard line and transformed to sigh the Dallas Renegades’ result in one point. Dallas collected modified into as soon as in a location to gain with 1: 14 supreme within the game and preserve off Los Angeles for the 25-18 acquire.
QB BATTLE: P.J. Walker and Jordan Ta’amu went aid-and-forth all over their matchup. The Roughnecks’ Walker threw three touchdown passes – all to Cam Phillips – within the 28-24 victory. Ta’amu also had three touchdown passes within the game – one to La’Damian Washington, one to De’Mornay Pierson-El and the opposite to Matt Jones.
NFL STARS TAKE IN A GAME: Los Angeles Rams running aid Todd Gurley and Los Angeles Chargers running aid Melvin Gordon were on the sidelines of Dignity Successfully being Sports Park for the Wildcats’ game against the Renegades.
Right here is the time table for Week 3 of the XFL.
FEB 22: Roughnecks @ Vipers
FEB 22: Renegades @ Dragons
FEB 23: Guardians @ BattleHawks
FEB 23: Defenders @ Wildcats