Gridiron Gallery: An Interview With Former St. Louis Battlehawk Joe Powell

On this edition of Gridiron Gallery, Zach invites former St. Louis Battlehawk kick returner and DB Joe Powell on to the show to discuss his journey through football! The two talk about his rise from junior college to the big leagues and the stories of what made it possible along the way. Joe also discusses his decision to opt-in for the 2021 CFL season with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats, and he breaks down how his iconic XFL kickoff return TD (the first to ever happen in league history) was constructed. You don’t want to miss it!

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Gridiron Gallery: An Interview with Fabian Guerra

On this episode of Gridiron Gallery, former Columbus Destroyer wide receiver and Arena Football League Rookie of the Year, Fabian Guerra, joins the show to discuss his football career and the stories along the journey! Fabian also divulges into his time on the Memphis Express in the AAF, explains his decision to opt-out of the CFL, and talks with Zach about the opportunities he is looking for next. 

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Football for All: XFL Week 4 – Pretenders, Contenders, and the Wild Wild West

Week 4 of the XFL was a blast! Two of the league’s best teams in the Houston Roughnecks and the St. Louis Battlehawks separate themselves from the pack. The rest is wide open. Zach hands down his take on on the 4 teams that are most on the fence in “Pretender or Contender”. He also takes a look at the Texas Throwdown that lived up to the hype

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SixPackBass: Week 4 Highlights

XFL Week 4 has come to a close. Lots of good information in this one! Tune in to see all of the action & storylines from week 4 of the XFL. Let me know what you think of the new format, and what surprised you in week 4 from the XFL.

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Football For All: XFL Week 3 – Heating up at the Right Time

The third week of XFL action cranked up the offense and the electric atmosphere the league is looking for! Zach had plenty to discuss including his experience at the St. Louis Battlehawks home-opener, the party-crashing explosiveness from the LA Wildcats that no one saw coming, and much more including his Week 4 picks!

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SEC Junction XFL: Rivalry Ruckus – Anthony Miller & Crissy Froyd talk XFL Texas Rivalry

This episode of ”Rivalry Ruckus’ podcast focuses on the upcoming big game between the Dallas Renegades and the Houston Roughnecks at Globe Life Park in Arlington, Texas.

On the podcast, MJ Cropper ”The Swamp Dane” welcomes Anthony Miller from XFLboard.com and Crissy Froyd of USA Today SMG LSU Tiger Wire discuss the brewing rivalry between the city’s two newest football teams, the prospects of the two to face each other in the divisional playoffs, and the early performance and game-advantages of the two heading into the week 4 competition.

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SEC Junction XFL – USA Today SMG Editor Crissy Froyd

On this episode, staff writer at Titans Wire and head editor at LSU Wire, Crissy Froyd joins us to today to share with us her career paths and her interest in covering quarterbacks and the new professional league, the XFL.

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Defenders Week 2 Wrap Up and Look Forward

by Bee Jay Glosson

Week 2 was the battle of the undefeated, DC vs NY and Houston vs St. Louis. The Defenders certainly didn’t disappoint in their game, unfortunately their opponent did. DC absolutely embarrassed the Guardians, or was that Matt McGloin’s interview at the half? I’m getting ahead of myself, lets see what happened to get us here. 

Well, how about this stat line, 8 of 19 for 44 yards, 0 TDs and 2 INT. Yeah, that was Guardians QB, Matt McGloin’s, day and at the half.

With the XFL’s on the field interviews we got a nugget of true golden proportions from the QB himself. When asked what the team needed to do to turn things around in the second half, McGloin offered his insight “We need to change the whole entire gameplan at halftime. Its embarrassing as an offense.”

It was embarrassing, except it was more than just the gameplan.

McGloin couldn’t hit water if he fell out of a boat at the bottom of the ocean. He blamed the gameplan instead of himself. He had 32 yards passing at the half. The game for the Guardians didn’t fair much better than McGloin’s stat line though as the Defenders would go on to post the first shutout in XFL history in its inaugural season.

Enough about the Guardians and their problems. Lets talk about the undefeated Defenders and how their QB, Cardale “12 Gauge” Jones, leads the league in passing yards and has found a way to guide the Defenders to a 2-0 start. Throwing for 2 TDs and 276 yards, Jones has lead the Defenders to the top of the power rankings in the XFL.

It’s not just Jones that has the Defenders doing so great, the defense has been playing lights out all year. With a pick-6 in both of their first 2 games, along with blocked punts and all around great defensive plays, the Defenders are only allowing an average of 9 points a game after giving the Guardians a goose egg to ride home with in week 2.

Riding a 2-0 attitude and heading to L.A. for the first road test of the season, the Defenders will face the winless Wildcats. L.A. looks to go for the upset and send D.C. home with their first L of the season.

Is that going to happen? Probably not. But this is a “Revenge” game of sorts as former Wildcats defensive captain Anthony Johnson and WR Rashad Ross who face off against their former team as they try to help the Defenders go to 3-0.

Around the league we saw the Houston Roughnecks continue their undefeated season as P.J. Walker maintains his M.V.P. campaign with 3 TD performance to lead his team past the Battlehawks. Pushing his total TD’s to 7 which matches or beats every team in the XFL. He is literally a 1 man wrecking crew.

The Dragons secured the largest XFL crowd this year as more than 28k fans packed Century Link field in Seattle to watch the Dragons dismantle the Vipers to move to 1-1 as the Vipers slip to 0-2 on their season.

Last, but not least, the Dallas Renegades got their franchise QB, Landry Jones, back for their second game and we saw the Renegades hand the Wildcats their second loss of the season. With the win Landry Jones becomes the first XFL QB to pass for over 300 yards in a game this season.

Every team will have played at least one road game after week 3 so I think we will start to see true power rankings as it wont be just home results getting calculated for some of the teams at the top. As always Defenders fans, be loud and be proud, shields up as your Defenders continue to put the best product on the football field for you to watch.

SixPackBass: Week 3 – Rankings and Predictions

XFL Week 3 Predictions
Can you believe it’s already WEEK 3 in the XFL?!?! Tune in to see who Harley believes will get the “W” this week.

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