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Week 3 XFL Player Rankings, Plus an MVP Candidate Already?

XFL Week 2 wasn’t quite as great as week one but the matchups between Houston and St Louis and Dallas and Los Angeles may have been the two best games of the season. PJ Walker continues to pave the road to the XFL MVP while the return of Landry Jones gave the Renegades new life on offense. We do have some questions at quarterback in New York and Tampa Bay. McGloin’s controversial comments gave Marquise Williams a chance at the starting spot for the “Gah-Dians” and Tampa Bay just looks lost.

XFL Week 2 had some incredible highlights including what might be the throw of the year from Roughnecks quarterback PJ Walker as well as the first double forward pass of the season. Here are a few of the highpoints from Week 2. Feel free to have a look and as always enjoy this week’s XFL player rankings.

Week 3 XFL Player Rankings


  1. PJ Walker, Houston Roughnecks
  2. Cardale Jones, DC Defenders
  3. Jordan Ta’Amu, St Louis Battlehawks
  4. Landry Jones, Dallas Renegades
  5. Josh Johnson, LA Wildcats
  6. Brandon Silvers, Seattle Dragons
  7. Marquise Williams, NY Guardians
  8. Matt McGloin, NY Guardians
  9. Quinton Flowers, Tampa Bay Vipers
  10. Taylor Cornelius, Tampa Bay Vipers

Running Backs

  1. Cameron Artis-Payne, Dallas Renegades
  2. Matt Jones, St Louis Battlehawks
  3. James Butler, Houston Roughnecks
  4. De’Veon Smith, Tampa Bay Vipers
  5. Trey Williams, Seattle Dragons
  6. Lance Dunbar, Dallas Renegades
  7. Jacques Patrick, Tampa Bay Vipers
  8. Donnel Pumphrey, DC Defenders
  9. Elijah Hood, LA Wildcats
  10. Kenneth Farrow, Seattle Dragons
  11. Christine Michael, St Louis Battlehawks
  12. Jhurrel Pressley, DC Defenders
  13. Tim Cook, NY Guardians
  14. Larry Rose, LA Wildcats
  15. Darius Victor, NY Guardians
  16. Ja’Quan Gardner, Seattle Dragons
  17. Andre Williams, Houston Roughnecks
  18. Khalid Abdullah, DC Defenders
  19. Lenard Tillery, St Louis Battlehawks
  20. Nick Brossette, DC Defenders

Wide Receivers

  1. Cam Phillips, Houston Roughnecks
  2. De’Mornay Pierson-El, St Louis Battlehawks
  3. Rashad Ross, DC Defenders
  4. Nelson Spruce, LA Wildcats
  5. Kahlil Lewis, Houston Roughnecks
  6. L’Damian Washington, St Louis Battlehawks
  7. MeKale McKay, NY Guardians
  8. Austin Proehl, Seattle Dragons
  9. Reece Horn, Tampa Bay Vipers
  10. Daniel Williams, Tampa Bay Vipers
  11. Eli Rogers, DC Defenders
  12. Jeff Badet, Dallas Renegades
  13. Keenen Reynolds, Seattle Dragons
  14. Alonzo Russell, St Louis Battlehawks
  15. Jordan Smallwood, LA Wildcats
  16. Nick Holley, Houston Roughnecks
  17. Joshua Crockett, Dallas Renegades
  18. Sammie Coates, Houston Roughnecks
  19. Colby Pearson, NY Guardians
  20. Joe Horn Jr., NY Guardians
  21. Flynn Nagel, Dallas Renegades
  22. DeAndre Thompkins, DC Defenders
  23. Jalen Tolliver, Tampa Bay Vipers
  24. Adonis Jennings, LA Wildcats
  25. Malachi Dupre, DC Defenders
  26. Ryheem Malone, Houston Roughnecks
  27. Sam Mobley, Houston Roughnecks
  28. Kermit Whitfield, LA Wildcats
  29. Keith Mumphrey, St Louis Battlehawks
  30. Dontez Byrd, Seattle Dragons
  31. Teo Redding, NY Guardians
  32. Freddie Martino, Dallas Renegades
  33. Jazz Ferguson, Dallas Renegades

Tight Ends

  1. Donald Parham, Dallas Renegades
  2. Nick Truesdell, Tampa Bay Vipers
  3. Marcus Lucas, St Louis Battlehawks
  4. Sean Price, Dallas Renegades
  5. Brandon Barnes, LA Wildcats
  6. Khari Lee, DC Defenders
  7. Wes Saxton, St Louis Battlehawks
  8. Jake Powell, NY Guardians
  9. EJ Bibbs, NY Guardians
  10. DeAndre Goolsby, Tampa Bay Vipers
  11. Ben Johnson, Seattle Dragons


  1. Houston Roughnecks
  2. St Louis Battlehawks
  3. DC Defenders
  4. Dallas Renegades
  5. Seattle Dragons
  6. NY Guardians
  7. LA Wildcats
  8. Tampa Bay Vipers

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