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Week 4 Preview: Los Angeles Wildcats at New York Guardians

Week 4: Los Angeles Wildcats at New York Guardians

Week 4: SEA-STLHOU-DAL  |  DC-TB

Los Angeles Wildcats (1-2)
@ New York Guardians (1-2)

TEAM INFO

  • Rosters: LA | NY
  • Depth Chart: LA | NY
  • Week 4 Injury Report
  • NY: 1-0 Home  |  LA: 0-1 Road
  • Streak: LA W1 | NY L2

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Betting lines

(Lines current as of 2/27/20, noon ET.)

TEAM STATS

OFFENSE

LA

NY

Pass Yds/G241.3147.7
Rush Yds/G69.375.7
Yards Gained per Play5.24.6
Pts Scored/G24.710.7

 

DEFENSE

LA

NY

Sacks/G2.02.3
Interceptions/G1.71.0
Fumble Rec/G0.70.3
Def/ST TD01
Pts Allowed/G23.719.7
QB Hits/G2.51.7

 

EXTRA POINTS

LA

NY

1-pt1-for-52-for-3
2-pt2-for-4--
3-pt1-for-10-for-1
TOTAL4-for-102-for-4

 

CONTROL

LA

NY

Takeaways/G3.01.3
Turnovers/G1.71.3
3rd Down%37%13%
TD +/-1-2

PLAYER STATS

Quarterbacks

PLAYER

CMP

ATT

PCT

YDS

LG

TD

INT

RT

RUSH ATT

RUSH YDS

AVG

LG

TD

Josh Johnson, LA36

59

61

463

45

5

0

113.9

7

9

1.3

7

0

Matt McGloin, NY31

59

53

310

45

1

3

52.2

4

2

0.5

2

1

 

Running backs

PLAYER

ATT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

TAR

REC

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

Martez Carter, LA11

34

3.1

20

2

3

3

41

13.7

18

1

Darius Victor, NY22

98

4.5

22

0

5

5

36

7.2

15

0

 

Receivers

PLAYER

TAR

REC

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

ATT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

Nelson Spruce, LA28

20

256

12.8

45

2

0

0

0

0

0

Tre McBride, LA6

5

109

21.8

40

2

0

0

0

0

0

Mekale McKay, NY12

7

105

15

45

0

0

0

0

0

0

Colby Pearson, NY13

6

94

15.7

32

1

0

0

0

0

0

NEED TO KNOW

WILDCATS

The Wildcats got off the schneid with an impressive takedown of previously the unbeaten DC Defenders, but they could use a road win to keep pace in the West.

QB Josh Johnson (463 yards, 5 TDs in two starts) was incredibly efficient against the Defenders, averaging 11.1 yards per attempt and tossing three touchdowns. WR Tre McBride turned in one of the league’s best games this season with 109 receiving yards and two scores; monitor the thigh injury that left him limited in practice.

DT Boogie Roberts and DE Shawn Oakman spend plenty of time in opposing backfields and should give New York fits.

GUARDIANS

Getting back on track is Mission 1 for the slumping Guardians. New York has struggled offensively, especially through the air, totaling just nine points during its two-game skid.

QB Matt McGloin (thorax injury) didn’t play in the second half last week and has been limited in practice. Backup QBs Marquise Williams and Luis Perez are both in play to see at least partial time in Week 4.

The Guardians may rely on the ground attack more. RBs Darius Victor and Tim Cook combined to rush for 100 yards on 19 carries last week, an average of 5.3 yards per attempt.

-- Art Garcia, XFL.com

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