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Top Moments: New York Guardians 30, Dallas Renegades 12

Mekale McKay celebrates after catching a one-point conversion during New York's Week 5 victory over Dallas.

New York Guardians at Dallas Renegades

The Guardians and Renegades, both 2-2, have the spotlight on their quarterback position.

Dallas' Landry Jones (knee) is out for at least two weeks; Philip Nelson will take the snaps to start Week 5, though Brogan Roback and Eric Dungey remain on roster as alternatives.

New York won in Week 4 when Luis Perez filled in for an inactive Matt McGloin, and he appears to be starting here, too.

On the feet of Cameron Artis-Payne and the dual-threat talent of Lance Dunbar, Dallas has arguably the best backfield in the league, which could help them weather this change. New York's ground game ramped up in Week 4.

 

4th Qtr: Building on lead

Matthew McCrane remains perfect on his eight field-goal tries.

His 26-yarder makes it 30-12. New York is close to putting this one away.


3rd Qtr: Return to the house

MASS HYSTERIA for another score.

Austin Walter takes a kickoff to the house 97 yards, for the second return TD in XFL history.

After a failed two-point attempt, Dallas is down 27-12.

3rd Qtr: Mueller ... Mueller

Ryan Mueller tips a Philip Nelson pass to himself and RUMBLES into the end zone.

Then, a back-shoulder fade from Luis Perez to Mekale McKay makes it 27-6 Guardians.

 

3rd Qtr: Luis lets it loose

Luis Perez heaves a pass under pressure, which hits Colby Pearson, who deftly evades a defender for an 80-yard score.

Justin Stockton catches a two-pointer.

20-6 Guardians

3rd Qtr: Ain't That a Kick

Luis Perez directs a 76-yard drive to open the half, complete with 55 passing yards, and backup QB Marquise Williams cashes in with a one-yard touchdown run.

Despite the unsuccessful conversion attempt, it's 12-6 Guardians as their offense shows life.

 

One big play was this Mekale McKay catch:


2nd Qtr: Ain't That a Kick

Matthew McCrane (39 yards) and Austin MacGinnis (36 yards) traded two more field goals, standing out in an otherwise defensive battle.

6-6 at halftime

Catch up on some highlights, including this grab from Dallas TE Donald Parham:

Dallas QB Philip Nelson went airborne:

And Guardians WR Mekale McKay McGot this one:


1st Qtr: Also Perfect

Matthew McCrane ties it up 3-3.

He's also perfect, 6-for-6 on FGAs.

1st Qtr: More Mac

Austin MacGinnis is now 9-for-9 on field goals this year.

His 23-yarder puts Dallas up 3-0 early.



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