Top Moments: Tampa Bay Vipers at Seattle Dragons
See live photos and video from the first game of XFL's Week 2, with the Tampa Bay Vipers visiting the Seattle Dragons at CenturyLink Field.
Wideout Daniel Williams caught a pass in the end zone for the Vipers, but it was called back on an offensive pass interference.
A Seattle interception on the following play ends it and gives the Dragons fans a happy exit.
Dragons 17, Vipers 9
4th Qtr: Romomentum killer
Shades of Tony Romo's gaffe that happened in this same stadium: Vipers punter Jake Schum bobbles the hold on a 19-yard field-goal attempt. Still 14-9 Dragons as they take over deep in their own territory.
Tampa Bay's red-zone woes continue.
4th Qtr: This is my Boomstrick
Vipers RB Jacques Patrick: rumble, young man, rumble.
3rd Qtr: Thanks I Love It
Dragons defensive end Marcel Frazier got a six-point gift from Vipers quarterback Quinton Flowers, and Keenan Reynolds strikes again with a 2-point conversion.
3rd QTR: ANSWER
Brandon Silvers finds Keenan Reynolds for a 68-yard score to bring Seattle back into this one. They failed the 2-point attempt and now trail 9-6.
3rd QTR: READY TO STRIKE FIRST
Tarvarus McFadden delivers the first end-zone trip of this one, returning an interception 78 yards for a six-pointer and expanding the Vipers' lead to 9-0. (The Vipers didn't convert the 1-point try.)
It's also the Vipers' first-ever trip to the end zone, after being held to a field goal in their Week 1 loss.
Halftime: Rally Cry
Vipers head coach Marc Trestman gives his speech to ignite his club.
Vipers stay up 3-0 and look to spoil the Dragons' home debut with a half of football left.
2nd Qtr: Stay True
Vipers TE Nick Truesdell fights his way to a first down -- providing a spark in a swift-moving defensive deadlock.
2nd Qtr: Tampa strikes first
The Vipers' kicker Andrew Franks splits the uprights and gives Tampa the 3-0 lead.
Offenses have struggled to get going early in the Dragons' first home game, as the score stands 0-0 about midway through the second quarter.
Let's highlight some big plays on D: