As the halfway mark of the XFL season approaches, fans are swarming to the stadiums to support their teams in the second-half charge to the playoffs. Two teams have emerged as favorites, while some have started to show just how good they can be. Where will these trends go this week? Let’s dig into this week’s set of games to find out.
Three weeks of the XFL season have flown by and a couple teams are starting to separate from the field. Cam Phillips earned himself the “XFL Star of the Week” award for the second straight week and kept the award in Houston for the third straight week. As the teams approach the quarter mark of the season, they are beginning to show their true colors and games are starting to have more playoff implications. Who keeps their win streak alive, and can the Tampa Bay Vipers finally get a win?
Another exciting week of XFL football approaches, and with that, there is a fresh four-game slate for this weekend. Entering week three two teams remain undefeated and two teams have yet to taste victory in the new league. With quarterback play becoming a huge factor, which guys are going to step up this week and make a name for themselves? Let’s break down the four games lined up for Saturday and Sunday.
Week one of the XFL was just about everything that people expected it to be. It served its purpose as an extension of the football season and provided quality play along the way. We had it all, defensive shootouts, blocked punts, blowouts, sideline interviews abound, and a fresh take on the game of football.
The time has finally arrived. The league that was founded by Vince McMahon and commissioned by Oliver Luck, is ready to kick off. After going just five days since the Super Bowl, it is time for the XFL. Between a large percentage of players in the league having NFL experience, popular coaches, and an exciting new rule package, there are plenty of reasons to be stoked to watch the new spring league. It’s time to make some predictions and also look into the games that are happening this weekend. Continue reading →
The NFL season is over, but football has just begun for the XFL. The XFL is a new league founded by Vince McMahon. I will be focusing on the DraftKings four-game slate. The roster spots are a little different than what they have for the NFL. The XFL contests will feature a quarterback, running back, two wide receivers, two flex players(WR or RB), and a defense. Tight ends are grouped in with the wide receivers. Enough about the format, time to jump right into my top players for the inaugural XFL DraftKings slate. Continue reading →