4 interceptions. All his fault really. Just a bad game. Receivers weren't open and he kept forcing it. Got down big early and made LA have a field day defending the pass.Didnt get to see any of the games, but scoring seemed to be up and I think that is a plus.
What happened to Cardale.....3-4 INTs?
With that outing he is gunning for a job in cleveland...4 interceptions. All his fault really. Just a bad game. Receivers weren't open and he kept forcing it. Got down big early and made LA have a field day defending the pass.
At one point Cardale was 1 of 5, 0 yards and 2 picks.
A game or two ago he was caught on the hot mic stating that a certain WR needed benched. Wonder if that did anything to team morale?Cardale benched in first quarter after his sixth pick of the season and it was on another horrible pass.
There's a huge difference between TV ratings in 2001 before dvrs, streaming and smart phones and live TV ratings today. XFL had the two highest rated TV sports shows on cable in Sunday.A game or two ago he was caught on the hot mic stating that a certain WR needed benched. Wonder if that did anything to team morale?
Only got to watch the late game sunday. I am enjoying the XFL but hearing the numbers I am wondering if it will last.
The first incarnation had huge numbers the first week. When it got TOO LOW,(3 mil viewers) it wasnt enough.
This time around that was the top number and now its in the 1-2 mil range. With ESPN on board I hope it can survive.
Some people say it is bad football, well, we watch bad football all the time in HS, College and yes even some NFL Games.
Their biggest hurdle is we dont have the long connections to these teams, players, like we do HS, College, NFL.
That connection is really what is missing because we will, and do, watch bad football.
Right now we watch the teams we love (players come and go), teams we hate and root against, a rivarly game from a diff conf/div, or a game that has an impact on standings, etc.
XFL does not have that because we dont have the connections to these teams.
Absolutely.Vince was smart to keep most games on the big networks. Burying games on premium cable sports channels doesn’t seem to work and hurts the visibility of the league over the long haul. He’s also banking on turning those relatively high ratings into a TV contract that will pull the league out of the red.
Kinda smart not to considering a Seattle Dragon tested positive for COVID-19. And had it three days before the league suspended operations.XFL missed a huge opportunity here.
They should have played the games and being the only game in town would have helped them.
I still believe that if people want to attend, allow them to but if they wanted their money back then go ahead and do so.
The XFL has scrapped the rest of its revival season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“The COVID-19 pandemic, and the most recent local and state regulations, have left the XFL no choice but to officially cancel the remainder of the 2020 season,” the league said in a statement. “This decision has been made with the health and safety of the entire XFL family as our top priority. While we are disappointed to not complete the 2020 season, our hearts are full of appreciation for your overwhelming support.”
Many would debate how much Vincent K. McMahon really knows about wrestling. Nobody has done more to harm professional wrestling than him. McMahon hates the wrestling business but loves the entertainment business.Vince McMahon should have stuck with what he knows- wrestling. He's unsuccessfully gone down this road twice now and pissed millions into the wind.
He's certainly made some bad decisions on the wrestling side over the years, but he's always put butts in the seats and made money. He was essentially able to create a US monopoly on wrestling. It will be interesting to see what inroads AEW can make.Many would debate how much Vincent K. McMahon really knows about wrestling. Nobody has done more to harm professional wrestling than him. McMahon hates the wrestling business but loves the entertainment business.