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Arlington Renegades vs San Antonio Brahmas Match Time ,Prediction and Preview

Arlington Renegades vs San Antonio Brahmas As we approach the middle of the 2023 XFL regular season, Week 5 will feature another matchup with Texas-based league teams. When the Arlington Renegades (2-2) take on the San Antonio Brahmas (1-3), we’ll see a matchup between two teams that are in dire need of a win.

Both teams are coming off tough road losses in Week 4. San Antonio managed just six points in a loss to Seattle, while Arlington could not overcome St. Louis’ home field advantage. Now they both have a chance to shake things up in the prime time and enter the second half of the time slot.

Arlington Renegades vs San Antonio Brahmas Kick Off Time


Kickoff: Sunday, March 19 at 9 p.m. ET
Where: Alamodome (San Antonio)
Live Stream: fuboTV (Start your free trial)
Spread: Brahmas -3
Tickets: As low as $13 on SITickets.com


Defense is the strength of both teams. Although San Antonio ranks only fifth in the XFL in total defense (281.8 ypg) and sixth against the run (88.0 ypg), Brahma has fared better against the pass (193.8 ypg, third) and is leading in scoring defense (16.8). PPG is in second place). , The unit also has the ability to make plays behind the line of scrimmage, ranking third in tackles for loss (28) and sacks (10) entering Week 5.

Individual standouts for San Antonio’s D so far include linebacker Jordan Williams, who ranks third in tackles with 29, and defensive linemen Mike Tvardov, Mike Scott, and Delonte Scott, who each had two sacks. Brahma’s defensive abilities were on full display last week as he held Seattle to just 15 points with one of the league’s most productive offenses.

Arlington has also made its mark on defense. The Renegades entered Week 5 third in total defense (274.5 ypg) and particularly stingy against the run (73.0 ypg, sec). The flip side of the coin is that they rank sixth in passing yards per game (201.5) and are also in the bottom half when it comes to scoring defense (19.0 ppg). Arlington has shown a knack for generating turnovers, recovering six fumbles, and recording three interceptions, two of which are returned for touchdowns.


Arlington Renegades vs San Antonio Brahmas Match Preview


Linebacker Donald Payne is second overall in tackles with 31, while defensive lineman Tomasi Lolliel and defensive back D’Vante Bosby each have one-six. Linebacker Willie Taylor is the team leader in sacks with two of the team’s eight totals so far. Due to the constant footing on the other side of the ball, both defenses need to stay straight.

Simply put, moving the ball and finding the end zone has been a challenging task at times for both teams. San Antonio and Arlington rank next to last and last, respectively, in yards per game and sixth and seventh in scoring. Brahmas quarterback Jack Cone ranks fifth in passing yards (625) and fourth in passing touchdowns (five), though the team ranks seventh in passing offense (142.2 ypg) after the conclusion of Week 4. , But he averages only 2.9 yards per carry and has yet to find the end zone. Overall, San Antonio ranks sixth in offensive offense (79.5 ypg) with only two rushing touchdowns in the first four games.

Arlington’s problems are even more apparent under center. Drew Plitt and Kyle Slaughter have combined for 621 passing yards with more interceptions (five) than touchdowns (three). The two have been sacked a combined 11 times, contributing to the least productive passing offense (137.5 ypg) in the league for the Renegades. To complicate matters, Arlington also ranks last in offensive offense (59.8 ypg) with leading rusher De’Veon Smith averaging just 2.7 yards per carry. Offensive is an apt descriptor in this case, and not in a good way.



Arlington Renegades vs San Antonio Brahmas Prediction



The Brahmas lost their only home game so far in their season opener against St. Louis. He gave up 15 points in the last 90 seconds of that game. The Renegades have yet to win on the road, but that could change on Sunday night. Arlington’s defense is a bit better, at least on paper, and will be the same at the Alamodome.

Interstate bragging rights aside, Houston’s surprise loss to Seattle on Thursday night has provided Arlington and San Antonio with a rare opportunity to make ground in the XFL South standings. The Renegades can tie them within a game of the Roughnecks with a win, while the Brahmas will make it a two-way tie for second with a win on Sunday night. Indeed, a win would do San Antonio little advantage as it would be head-to-head division wins, but don’t worry, these two teams will meet again next Sunday afternoon, this time in Arlington. Either way, both teams will have to take a bit of care that the Roughnecks are no longer undefeated.



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