Seattle Sea Dragons vs. Dallas Renegades
The Dallas Renegades look like a team that can actually make a play for the post-season after a disastrous week one outing. While Landry Jones is still struggling to not turn the ball over, Jones has shown that he can lead a team to win. Winning ugly is more important than looking good in a loss. So if Jones continues to win with the Renegades, who cares if he throws an interception or two? The Sea Dragons are a talented team but can’t seem to find the right combinations to get their second win.
Sea Dragons – LB Steve Johnson
Steve Johnson has shown to be a reliable and impactful player for the Sea Dragons defense. He racked up another 14 total tackles, with two more for a loss this year. He now has 32 total tackles for the year, with six for a loss. He’s a bloodhound of a tackler on defense and a person the Browns should keep an eye on.
Sea Dragons – WR Austin Proehl
After not showing up at all in week two, Austin Proehl stepped up for Seattle, taking in a team-high six receptions for a team-high 81 yards, all for one touchdown. Proehl is a big player for the Sea Dragons offense and the team needs him to make plays in order to win, as QB Brandon Silvers has proven to be less than consistent.
Renegades – WR Donald Parham
After not really showing up in the first week, Donald Parham exploded in week three with 101 yards receiving on five receptions, for two touchdowns. Parham needs to be a reliable threat for Landry Jones in order to have a shot at leading the Renegades to an XFL championship.
Notes: Landry Jones looks at ease back in the pro game, smiling through all of his mistakes, he is becoming a fan-favorite among the XFL faithful. Cameron Artis-Payne had another steady game, with 80 yards on 13 carries.