What channel is Houston Roughnecks vs. Dallas Renegades on today? Time, TV schedule for XFL Week 4 game

first_imgEverything’s bigger in Texas, so it only makes sense that the biggest matchup of the XFL season to date will take place between a pair of Texas-based teams. The Houston Roughnecks (3-0) are the last remaining undefeated team and will travel to face the preseason favorite Dallas Renegades (2-1) on Sunday.The Roughnecks are led by runaway MVP candidate P.J. Walker, who leads the league in passing yards (748) and passing touchdowns (10) and has just one interception through three games. Not only is Walker the XFL’s most prolific passer, but he’s also shown the ability to use his legs, like he did on this 8-yard TD scamper. We are running out of adjectives to describe what PJ Walker can do on a football field.Any help?📺 @ABCNetwork🖥 https://t.co/ll9uiONfjq pic.twitter.com/Li96FEboBi— XFL (@xfl2020) February 22, 2020Walker isn’t the only star on Houston’s offense, though. Cam Phillips currently leads the XFL in with 324 receiving yards and seven touchdowns, forming a pass-catch combo unlike any other in the league. The dynamic duo hooked up eight different times for 194 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winning score, in last week’s 34-27 victory over the Tampa Bay Vipers. Phillips’ performance earned him his second-straight XFL Star of the Week award.Where can you find Cam the most on the field? The end zone 🤘@camphil5 is your XFL Star of the Week in back to back weeks! pic.twitter.com/MFsiZYJR1u— Houston Roughnecks (@XFLRoughnecks) February 26, 2020​MORE XFL: Who is P.J. Walker? Quick facts about breakout XFL QBDon’t count out the Renegades, though. They might have gotten off to a rocky start in week one, but that was without starting quarterback Landry Jones, who’s been solid since returning. He completed 28 of 40 passes for 305 yards and a touchdown in his first start, a 25-18 win over the Los Angeles Wildcats in Week 2, and followed it up by going 30 of 41 for 274 yards and three touchdowns in a 24-12 win over the Seattle Dragons last week.Jones has had a lot of help from tight end Donald Parham, who has 14 catches for 217 yards (third in XFL) and three touchdowns (tied for second). Parham will be getting a lot more attention from NFL scouts if he continues to show off this kind of speed.WATCH: @XFLRenegades 6’8” TE Donald Parham Jr. (@Jiggydd_49) hit a max speed of 21.1 MPH on this 65-yard TD💨 #myRAmaxspeed @xfl2020 | @XFLNewsroom | @xflboard pic.twitter.com/X9wuU0Z3xY— Recruiting Analytics (@RecruitAlytics1) February 23, 2020Here’s a guide to everything to know about watching the Houston Roughnecks vs. Dallas Renegades game, including start time, TV channel and a full XFL schedule for Week 4.What channel is Roughnecks vs. Renegades on today?​TV channel: FS1Live stream: ​Fox Sports GoSunday’s XFL game between the Houston Roughnecks and Dallas Renegades will be broadcasted nationally on Fox Sports 1. XFL games can also be streamed live on Fox Sports Go. What time is the Roughnecks vs. Battlehawks XFL game on?Date: Sunday, March 1​Time: ​4 p.m. ETLocation: ​Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington, TexasThe Week 4 XFL game between the Houston Roughnecks and Dalas Renegades is scheduled to start at 4 p.m. ET on Sunday, March 1. The Renegades play their home games at Globe Life Park, which was the home of MLB’s Texas Rangers from 1994 until 2019 and seats over 49,000 people.XFL odds Week 4​Spread: ​Roughnecks -1 (-110), Renegades +1 (-110)​Over/Under: ​50.5 (-113, -107)The Roughnecks lead the XFL in touchdowns scored (13) but have also given up more touchdowns than anyone else (nine), making every possession crucial for both teams. Jones has been turnover prone with a pair of interceptions in each of his first two games, which could come back to haunt the Renegades in a high-scoring affair. But Dallas’ defense has allowed the second-fewest touchdowns in the league (six) so far, and the Renegades also have a strong rushing attack led by Cameron Artis-Payne (second in XFL with 185 rushing yards) that Jones can lean on.MORE XFL NEWS:XFL Week 4 odds, picks, predictions​Power RankingsWhy isn’t Johnny Manziel in the XFL?What does XFL stand for?How much do XFL players get paid?XFL schedule Week 4Saturday, Feb. 29GameTimeTVL.A. Wildcats at New York Guardians2 p.m. ETABCSeattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks5 p.m. ETFOXSunday, March 1GameTimeTVHouston Roughnecks at Dallas Renegades4 p.m. ETFS1DC Defenders at Tampa Bay Vipers7 p.m. ETESPN 2last_img read more

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Arsenal star is good enough to replace Xavi at Barcelona, says ex-Gunner

first_imgAaron Ramsey is good enough to join Barcelona as a replacement for legendary midfielder Xavi, believes Perry Groves.The former Spain star, 35, will end his career-long association with the Catalan club at the end of the current campaign when he moves to Qatari side Al Sadd.Luis Enrique has reportedly had Wales star Ramsey scouted ten times as they consider a £50million bid, should they find a way to circumnavigate their transfer ban.And former Gunners star Groves insists the 24-year-old does have the ability to join fill the gap left by the Nou Camp hero.He told talkSPORT: “Aaron Ramsey has the passing range and the technical abilities, and more importantly you have to have the mental strength to play for Barcelona because of the pressure you’re under.“[He’ll be replacing] Xavi because he’s going to Qatar. He’s been on the bench quite a lot this year. He’s absolutely good enough [to step into his shoes].“If you remember when Luis Suarez was going there, everyone was saying where does he fit in? How is he going to get in that team? If you’re a good enough player you’ll adapt to the way the manager wants you to play and you will force the manager to put you into the team.“If you’ve got Sergio Busquets, Andres Iniesta and Ivan Rakitic, they’re very good technical players but they don’t have the running capabilities of Aaron Ramsey. Barcelona are looking for something different and he will give them that.“He’ll give them something different because a lot of his game is based on his running power and getting up front to support Olivier Giroud or getting beyond him.“It was highlighted to me he was definitely good enough, for me, in the game against Manchester United at the weekend when he was playing on the right of a three and he was doing ok. But Arsene Wenger changed it and put him and Jack Wilshere as the two central midfielders and Aaron Ramsey completely controlled that game for 25 minutes.“He controlled it with his running with the ball, his passing range, and a brilliant pass to Theo Walcott for his goal, which was underplayed.”last_img read more

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