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Week 4 Preview: Seattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks

Week 4: Seattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks

Week 4: LA-NYHOU-DAL  |  DC-TB

Seattle Dragons (1-2)
@ St. Louis BattleHawks (2-1)

TEAM INFO

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Betting lines

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

TEAM STATS

OFFENSESEASTL
Pass Yds/G165.3188.0
Rush Yds/G100.7157.7
Yards Gained per Play4.54.9
Pts Scored/G14.022.7

 

DEFENSESEASTL
Sacks/G2.02.7
Interceptions/G1.70.7
Fumble Rec/G0.30.0
Def/ST TD11
Pts Allowed/G21.315.3
QB Hits/G2.72.0

 

EXTRA POINTSSEASTL
1-pt1-for-30-for-3
2-pt1-for-41-for-6
3-pt----
TOTAL2-for-71-for-9

 

CONTROLSEASTL
Takeaways/G1.50.7
Turnovers/G2.01.0
3rd Down%35%53%
TD +/--14

 

PLAYER STATS

Quarterbacks

PLAYER

CMP

ATT

PCT

YDS

LG

TD

INT

RT

RUSH ATT

RUSH YDS

AVG

LG

TD

Brandon Silvers, SEA499253512686473.36162.740
Jordan Ta'amu, STL6282766124142102.3201236.2371

 

Running backs

PLAYER

ATT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

TAR

REC

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

Kenneth Farrow, SEA231004.319077395.6191
Matt Jones, STL522244.3471212525251

 

Wide receivers

PLAYER

TAR

REC

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

ATT

YDS

AVG

LG

TD

Austin Proehl, SEA21121681457313330
Keenan Reynolds, SEA22912914.368100000
De'Mornay Pierson-El, STL18161398.741111110
Alonzo Russell, STL141112711.528100000

NEED TO KNOW

DRAGONS

The Dragons’ seven touchdowns are a respectable fifth in the league, but turnovers continue to be an issue. Seattle has given the ball away at least once in each game for a total of five on the season, including four interceptions.

One way to keep drives moving is getting the rock to WR Austin Proehl, who’s fifth in the XFL with 168 receiving yards. Three of his 12 receptions have reached the end zone.

Carries have been split among RBs Kenneth Farrow, Trey Williams and Ja’Quan Gardner. Time for one to step up.

BATTLEHAWKS

Offensively, balance remains key for the BattleHawks. RB Matt Jones leads all rushers with 224 yards, and his 55 yards after contact in Week 3 were a league high. QB Jordan Ta’amu, who enjoys perhaps the best protection in the XFL, has accounted for 735 yards and five touchdowns. 

Keep an eye on Jones' Week 4 status, though, as a knee injury kept him out of Wednesday practice. Christine Michael could be in for a bigger workload if Jones were limited or absent.

The Dome crowd should be rocking once again, especially for a ‘D’ that’s allowed a league-low five touchdowns. DE Andrew Ankrah is tied for the XFL lead with two sacks, and S Will Hill is third overall with 17 tackles.

-- Art Garcia, XFL.com

Week 4: LA-NYHOU-DAL  |  DC-TB