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2020 XFL season
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LeagueXFL
SportAmerican football
DurationRegular season:
February 8 – April 12 (planned)
February 8 – March 8 (actual)
Number of gamesRegular season:
10 per team (planned)
5 per team (actual)
Number of teams8
TV partner(s)ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, Fox, FS1
Best regular season recordHouston Roughnecks (5–0)
Seasons
2021 →

The 2020 XFL season was the first season in the reboot of the XFL, and the second in the history of the XFL brand created and owned by professional wrestling magnate Vince McMahon, coming 19 years after the 2001 XFL season.

The season began on February 8, 2020, with the DC Defenders hosting and defeating the Seattle Dragons. The league planned to have a ten-week regular season through April 12, with division championships April 18 and 19, with the XFL Championship scheduled for April 26 in Houston.[1]

In March 2020, amid the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic, the XFL announced that the league would be cancelling the rest of the season, adding that they were planning to return in 2021.[2] At the time of the suspension, the Houston Roughnecks had accumulated a 5–0 record, giving them a perfect season.

Teams

As with the 2001 XFL, the 2020 XFL operates eight teams, all centrally owned by the league's holding company, Alpha Entertainment LLC, as a single entity. Alpha Entertainment was spun off from WWE to keep the league's finances separate from the professional wrestling enterprise, with McMahon the sole proprietor.[3] Two of the original league's metropolitan areas also received teams in the revival: New York and Los Angeles. All eight teams received new brandings on August 21, 2019: the New York Guardians, DC Defenders, Tampa Bay Vipers, St. Louis BattleHawks, Dallas Renegades, Houston Roughnecks, Seattle Dragons, and Los Angeles Wildcats.[4]

Draft

The 2020 XFL Draft was held October 15 and 16, 2019, via conference call. Seventy-one players were allocated to each team in separate position drafts: one marquee quarterback allocated by the league to each team, ten skill positions, ten offensive linemen, ten defensive linemen and/or linebackers, ten defensive backs, and thirty players of any position. Due to the structure of the draft, there was no true first overall selection. A supplemental draft was held in late November.[5]

Season structure

Preseason

Minicamps were held at each team's discretion in December 2019. The Wildcats hosted their minicamp at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas[6] while the Renegades hosted theirs at Arlington High School. The Vipers hosted their minicamp at the renovated Plant City Stadium, which also served as the team's headquarters and practice venue during the season.[7]

The XFL held its training camps in Houston, Texas, from January 4–22, 2020. Each team trained at a different stadium in the city, with the hometown Houston Roughnecks using their game stadium, TDECU Stadium. The other seven were as follows:

The eight teams held informal scrimmages against each other.[8] The league did not initially plan to host exhibition games, but the television networks requested preseason matchups in order to conduct trial runs for their broadcasts. These were held during the day midweek in late January and were closed to the public.

Regular season

The league is divided into two divisions, East and West. Each team was given a ten-game schedule with no bye weeks, playing two games against each division rival (one home and one away) and one game against each team in the other division.

Cancellation

On March 11, as the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic began to escalate in major American cities, the state of Washington imposed social distancing measures prohibiting the gathering of 250 or more persons. The league initially stated that a Seattle Dragons game against Los Angeles would be held behind closed doors as scheduled.[9] The next day, after all of the other prominent team sports leagues announced suspensions or cancellations of their remaining regular season games and further social distancing measures were announced elsewhere, the XFL announced it too would cancel the remainder of their regular season.[2]

Playoffs

The playoffs were to feature four teams, two from each division. In contrast to the 2001 XFL (which used a crossover approach in which teams faced the opposite division), the 2020 XFL would feature two division games, with the top two teams in each division facing off against each other to determine who represents the division in the XFL Championship.[1]

On February 13, 2020, the XFL formally announced that the name of the game would be the "XFL Championship" (reviving the alternate title of the first XFL Championship, which was also known as the Million Dollar Game) and would be held at TDECU Stadium in Houston, Texas.[10] The league is still hoping that the social distancing measures will expire later in the season to allow the championship to be held.[11]

Standings

2020 XFL standings
East Division[12]
Team W–L PCT TD+/- TD+ TD- DIV PF PA DIFF STK
DC Defenders 3–2 .600 -3 9 12 2–1 82 89 -7 W1
St. Louis BattleHawks 3–2 .600 3 11 8 1–1 97 77 20 L1
New York Guardians 3–2 .600 -1 8 9 1–2 79 85 -6 W2
Tampa Bay Vipers 1–4 .200 -4 11 15 1–1 98 115 -17 L1
West Division[12]
Team W–L PCT TD+/- TD+ TD- DIV PF PA DIFF STK
Houston Roughnecks 5–0 1.000 7 21 14 3–0 158 111 47 W5
Dallas Renegades 2–3 .400 -3 9 12 2–1 90 102 -12 L2
Los Angeles Wildcats 2–3 .400 4 18 14 0–2 129 122 7 W1
Seattle Dragons 1–4 .200 -3 12 15 0–2 87 119 -32 L3


Season schedule

Regular season

Week 1
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast[13] Viewership[14]
(millions)
February 8, 2:00 p.m. ET Seattle Dragons 19 31 DC Defenders Audi Field 17,163[15] ABC 3.30
February 8, 5:00 p.m. ET Los Angeles Wildcats 17 37 Houston Roughnecks TDECU Stadium 17,815[16] Fox, Fox Deportes 3.29
February 9, 2:00 p.m. ET Tampa Bay Vipers 3 23 New York Guardians MetLife Stadium 17,634[17] Fox, Fox Deportes 3.39
February 9, 5:00 p.m. ET St. Louis BattleHawks 15 9 Dallas Renegades Globe Life Park in Arlington 17,206[18] ESPN, ESPN Deportes 2.50
Week 2
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
February 15, 2:00 p.m. ET New York Guardians 0 27 DC Defenders Audi Field 15,031[19] ABC 2.13[20]
February 15, 5:00 p.m. ET Tampa Bay Vipers 9 17 Seattle Dragons CenturyLink Field 29,172[21] Fox, Fox Deportes 2.32
February 16, 3:00 p.m. ET Dallas Renegades 25 18 Los Angeles Wildcats Dignity Health Sports Park 14,979[22] ABC, ESPN Deportes 2.40[20]
February 16, 6:00 p.m. ET St. Louis BattleHawks 24 28 Houston Roughnecks TDECU Stadium 17,103 FS1 1.36[23]
Week 3
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership[24]
(millions)
February 22, 2:00 p.m. ET Houston Roughnecks 34 27 Tampa Bay Vipers Raymond James Stadium 18,117 ABC 1.914
February 22, 5:00 p.m. ET Dallas Renegades 24 12 Seattle Dragons CenturyLink Field 22,060 Fox 2.051
February 23, 3:00 p.m. ET New York Guardians 9 29 St. Louis BattleHawks The Dome at America's Center 29,554 ESPN 1.473
February 23, 6:00 p.m. ET DC Defenders 9 39 Los Angeles Wildcats Dignity Health Sports Park 12,221 FS1 1.004
Week 4
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership[25]
(millions)
February 29, 2:00 p.m. ET Los Angeles Wildcats 14 17 New York Guardians MetLife Stadium 12,116[26] ABC 1.558
February 29, 5:00 p.m. ET Seattle Dragons 16 23 St. Louis BattleHawks The Dome at America's Center 27,527[27] Fox 1.802
March 1, 4:00 p.m. ET Houston Roughnecks 27 20 Dallas Renegades Globe Life Park in Arlington 18,332[28] FS1 1.113
March 1, 7:00 p.m. ET DC Defenders 0 25 Tampa Bay Vipers Raymond James Stadium 12,245[29] ESPN2 1.030
Week 5
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)[30]
March 7, 2:00 p.m. ET Seattle Dragons 23 32 Houston Roughnecks TDECU Stadium 19,773 ABC 1.547
March 7, 5:00 p.m. ET New York Guardians 30 12 Dallas Renegades GlobeLife Park in Arlington 15,950 Fox 1.497
March 8, 3:00 p.m. ET St. Louis BattleHawks 6 15 DC Defenders Audi Field 16,342 FS1 0.833
March 8, 9:00 p.m. ET Tampa Bay Vipers 34 41 Los Angeles Wildcats Dignity Health Sports Park 12,181 ESPN 0.757

Canceled games

Week 6
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
March 14, 2:00 p.m. ET Houston Roughnecks New York Guardians MetLife Stadium ABC
March 14, 5:00 p.m. ET St. Louis BattleHawks Tampa Bay Vipers Raymond James Stadium FS2
March 15, 4:00 p.m. ET Dallas Renegades DC Defenders Audi Field FS1
March 15, 7:00 p.m. ET Los Angeles Wildcats Seattle Dragons CenturyLink Field 0[31] ESPN2
Week 7
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
March 21, 2:00 p.m. ET Dallas Renegades Tampa Bay Vipers Raymond James Stadium ABC
March 21, 5:00 p.m. ET Los Angeles Wildcats St. Louis BattleHawks The Dome at America's Center Fox
March 22, 3:00 p.m. ET New York Guardians Seattle Dragons CenturyLink Field ABC
March 22, 6:00 p.m. ET DC Defenders Houston Roughnecks TDECU Stadium FS1
Week 8
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
March 28, 2:00 p.m. ET Tampa Bay Vipers DC Defenders Audi Field ABC
March 28, 5:00 p.m. ET St. Louis BattleHawks New York Guardians MetLife Stadium Fox
March 29, 3:00 p.m. ET Houston Roughnecks Los Angeles Wildcats Dignity Health Sports Park ABC
March 29, 6:00 p.m. ET Seattle Dragons Dallas Renegades Globe Life Park in Arlington FS1
Week 9
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
April 2, 8:00 p.m. ET Dallas Renegades Houston Roughnecks TDECU Stadium Fox
April 4, 2:00 p.m. ET DC Defenders New York Guardians MetLife Stadium ABC
April 5, 12:00 p.m. ET Tampa Bay Vipers St. Louis BattleHawks The Dome at America's Center ESPN
April 5, 6:00 p.m. ET Seattle Dragons Los Angeles Wildcats Dignity Health Sports Park FS1
Week 10
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
April 9, 8:00 p.m. ET Los Angeles Wildcats Dallas Renegades Globe Life Park in Arlington Fox
April 11, 2:00 p.m. ET Houston Roughnecks Seattle Dragons CenturyLink Field ABC
April 12, TBA DC Defenders St. Louis BattleHawks The Dome at America's Center Fox or ESPN
April 12, TBA New York Guardians Tampa Bay Vipers Raymond James Stadium Fox or ESPN

Playoffs

Division
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
April 18, 3:00 p.m. ET EAST 2 EAST 1 EAST 1 Fox
April 19, 3:00 p.m. ET WEST 2 WEST 1 WEST 1 ESPN
Championship
Date and time Away team Result Home team Stadium Attendance Broadcast Viewership
(millions)
April 26, 3:00 p.m. ET WEST CHAMPS EAST CHAMPS TDECU Stadium ESPN

Reference[32]

Star of the Week

The Star of the Week is a weekly award given out by the XFL. The XFL selects eight nominees (one from each team) based on who they feel had the best performance, or the performance that had the most impact, of that week in XFL play and the public votes on their choice. The two winners from Saturday and Sunday's polls go against each other, and once again the public votes for the winner.

Star of the Week
Week Player Position Team Ref.
Week 1 (Feb. 12) P. J. Walker (1) Quarterback Houston [33]
Week 2 (Feb. 19) Cam Phillips (1) Wide receiver Houston [34]
Week 3 (Feb. 26) Cam Phillips (2) Wide receiver Houston [35]
Week 4 (March 4) Jordan Ta'amu (1) Quarterback St. Louis [36]
Week 5 (March 11) Cam Phillips (3) Wide receiver Houston [37]

Midseason awards

The midseason awards are given out by the XFL at the end of Week 5. These awards are given out first by the league selecting four nominees, and the public votes on who should win. The XFL also selected a mid-season All-XFL Team for the best players at each position.

Midseason awards

Midseason awards
Award Player/Coach Position Team Ref.
Coach of the Year June Jones N/A Houston [38]

All-XFL Team

All-XFL Team
Position Player Team
QB P. J. Walker Houston
HB Matt Jones St. Louis
WR Cam Phillips Houston
Dan Williams Tampa Bay
Nelson Spruce Los Angeles
TE Donald Parham Dallas
OL Terry Poole Houston
Martez Ivey Tampa Bay
Anthony Coyle New York
Sebastian Tretola Houston
Maurquice Shakir Dallas
DL Cavon Walker New York
Will Sutton Seattle
Devin Taylor Los Angeles
Anthony Johnson DC
LB DeMarquis Gates Houston
Steven Johnson Seattle
DB Tarvarus McFadden Tampa Bay
Josh Hawkins Dallas
Deatrick Nichols Houston
Will Hill St. Louis
Kenny Robinson St. Louis
K Taylor Russolino St. Louis
P Hunter Niswander DC
KR/PR Austin Walter Dallas

The Houston Roughnecks had the most amount of players on the All-XFL midseason team with 6, with the St. Louis BattleHawks and Dallas Renegades tied for second at four players. The Tampa Bay Vipers had three, and the other four teams with two each.[39]

Statistical leaders

[40]

Category Player Team Stat
Offense
Passing Yards P. J. Walker HOU 1,338
Rushing Yards De'Veon Smith TB 365
Receiving Yards Cam Phillips HOU 455
Touchdowns Cam Phillips HOU 9
Defense
Tackles Steven Johnson SEA 48
Sacks Cavon Walker NY 4.5
Interceptions Deatrick Nichols HOU 3
Special Teams
Return Yards John Santiago SEA 440
Field Goals Made Austin MacGinnis DAL 10
Punting Average Marquette King STL 45.7

XFL to NFL/CFL

After the XFL season was cut short on March 12, 2020, players were allowed to sign with National Football League or Canadian Football League teams beginning on March 22.[41] The following players signed with NFL teams:

Player Position XFL team Date NFL team Ref.
Deatrick Nichols CB Houston Roughnecks March 24 New Orleans Saints [42]
P. J. Walker QB Houston Roughnecks March 25 Carolina Panthers [43]
Khari Lee TE DC Defenders March 25 Atlanta Falcons [44]
Nick Moore LS Tampa Bay Vipers March 26 Baltimore Ravens [45]
Dewayne Hendrix DE St. Louis BattleHawks March 30 Pittsburgh Steelers [46]
Tyree Kinnel S DC Defenders March 30 Pittsburgh Steelers [46]
Christian Kuntz LS Dallas Renegades March 30 Pittsburgh Steelers [46]
Edmond Robinson LB Houston Roughnecks March 30 Atlanta Falcons [47]
Jordan Ta'amu QB St. Louis BattleHawks April 2 Kansas City Chiefs [48]

Attendance

Announced attendance figures for each home game. In the weekly columns, dashes (—) indicate away games, while bold font indicates the highest attendance of each team.

Team / Week 1 2 3 4 5 Total Average
Dallas Renegades 17,206 18,332 15,950 51,488 17,163
DC Defenders 17,163 15,301 16,342 48,806 16,269
Houston Roughnecks 17,815 17,103 19,773 54,691 18,230
Los Angeles Wildcats 14,979 12,221 12,181 39,381 13,127
New York Guardians 17,634 12,116 29,750 14,875
Seattle Dragons 29,172 22,060 51,232 25,616
St. Louis BattleHawks 29,554 27,527 57,081 28,541
Tampa Bay Vipers 18,117 12,249 30,366 15,183
Total 69,818 76,555 81,952 70,224 64,246 334,272  
Average 17,455 19,139 20,488 17,556 15,968   18,571

Broadcasting

This is the first year of a three-year agreement with ESPN Inc. and Fox Corporation to carry all 43 regular season and playoff games.[49][50]

During the regular season, ABC will air ten Saturday games and four Sunday games, ESPN will air five Sunday games, and ESPN2 will air two Sunday games; whereas Fox will air seven Saturday games, one Sunday game and two Thursday games, FS1 will air nine Sunday games, and FS2 will air one Saturday game. ESPN and Fox will air one semifinal each, and ESPN will air the championship game.

Vegas Stats & Information Network is producing supplemental "BetCasts," focusing on betting, in real-time with game action for two games each week throughout the 2020 season. The BetCasts will be carried on iHeartRadio.[51]

Viewership

In millions of viewers

Broadcaster 1 2 3[52] 4[53] 5 Total Average
ABC 3.3 2.1 1.9 1.6 1.5 12.8 2.1
2.4
ESPN 2.5 1.5 0.8 4.8 1.6
ESPN2 1.0 1.0 1.0
Fox 3.3 2.3 2.1 1.8 1.5 14.3 2.4
3.4
FS1 1.4 1.0 1.1 0.8 4.2 1.1
Total 12.5 8.2 6.4 5.5 4.6 37.3  
Average 3.1 2.1 1.6 1.4 1.2   1.9

One decimal place is shown in table but three decimal places are used in all calculations.

Audio and radio coverage

Station Owner Platform Team affiliation Notes Ref.
National
ESPN Xtra ESPN Sirius XM None Simulcast of television audio feeds [54]
Fox Sports Radio Fox Sports Sirius XM
BetCast by VSiN Musburger family iHeartRadio app, web Gambling-centered audio broadcast
Local
106.7 WJFK Entercom Radio, web, Radio.com app DC Defenders Select games over the air, others online-only due to schedule conflicts [55]
97.5 KFNC Gow Media Radio, web Houston Roughnecks [56]
PTSMediaSports.com PTS Media Web Houston Roughnecks Spanish-language broadcast [57]
710AM KIRO Bonneville Radio Seattle Dragons Studio programming only, no live games [58]

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