XFL QB Rankings after two weeks: Can PJ Walker hold off Cardale Jones?

Houston Roughnecks quarterback P.J. Walker (11) attempts a pass during the first quarter against the Los Angeles Wildcats in a XFL football game at TDECU Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

By: Justin Berendzen

1. Phillip ” PJ ” Walker Houston Roughnecks


Still number 1 and showed even more against the Battlehawks good defense. PJ knows how to light it up and get it to his recievers.

2. Cardale Jones DC Defenders

Cardale was impressive against the Guardians. But he needs to be pressured more and we need to see what happens. But still Cardale is a solid QB.

3. Jordan Ta’amu Saint Louis Battlehawks

I moved Ta’amu up to 3 because he showed he can pass week 2. He has the Rushing part down. He made a couple mistakes but I think he can improve on that.

4. Landry Jones Dallas Renegades

He was a little off week 2 but I think he gets even better as weeks go by. His rushing ability is average at best. But he showed late in the game against the Wildcats he can hit WRs and especially TE Donald Parham. 

5. Josh Johnson LA Wildcats

Johnson came off of injury last week and I think he improves. I think he can hit receivers especially Nelson Spruce. And he was also starting to find a groove late. 

6. Brandon Silvers Seattle Dragons

Silvers I think can do better. But he was not that great week 2. Keenan Reynolds was open alot and Silvers only was able to find him deep once.

7. Matt Mcgloin NY Guardians

I just don’t know what happened here. But Mcgloin regressed week 2. It may have been the oline but Mcgloin wasn’t able to do anything. But I think there is a chance this changes 

8. Vipers Starter

This is a dire situation for the Vipers. I don’t think they have a single good QB on the roster but I think that they need to just play Quinton Flowers the whole game because he can run. And let him learn throwing wise. I think that the Vipers are going to be at their best if they do that.

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