XFL stats 2020: All of the league’s passing, rushing, receiving, defensive leaders through Week 4


The new XFL is well underway, with the revived pro football league kicking off with eight all-new franchises less than a week after the Super Bowl. Among the early winners: The Houston Roughnecks, who might have the league MVP in former Indianapolis Colts quarterback P.J. Walker; and the St. Louis BattleHawks, who have won three of their first four behind dual-threat QB Jordan Ta’amu.

Who else has stood out during the XFL’s first four weeks of action? We’ve got you covered right here at CBS Sports with an in-depth breakdown of all the league’s statistical leaders, from the top passers to the top defensive backs, through Week 4:

Passing leaders

P.J. Walker QB HOU 92/147 (62.6%) 987 12 2 104.0
Jordan Ta’amu QB STL 82/109 (75.2%) 876 5 2 105.9
Josh Johnson QB LA 61/99 (61.6%) 788 7 1 106.6
Landry Jones QB DAL 83/119 (69.7%) 784 5 7 77.2
Cardale Jones QB DC 61/111 (55.0%) 674 4 6 63.1
Taylor Cornelius QB TB 56/89 (62.9%) 558 2 4 69.4
Brandon Silvers QB SEA 53/102 (52.0%) 539 6 5 66.6
Matt McGloin QB NY 31/59 (52.5%) 299 1 3 51.5
Aaron Murray QB TB 16/34 (47.1%) 231 0 2 45.1
Luis Perez QB NY 22/31 (71.0%) 230 2 0 113.6

Philip Nelson

QB

DAL

34/45 (75.6%)

220

0

1

76.2

Chad Kanoff QB LA 21/40 (52.5%) 214 1 1 66.0
Marquise Williams QB NY 11/23 (47.8%) 145 0 0 68.1

Rushing leaders

De’Veon Smith RB TB 66 296 4.5 0

Matt Jones

RB

STL

67

244

3.6

1

Jacques Patrick RB TB 53 231 4.4 1
Cameron Artis-Payne RB DAL 41 216 5.3 2

Jordan Ta’amu

QB

STL

36

186

5.2

0

Darius Victor RB NY 30 180 6.0 0
James Butler RB HOU 34 169 5.0 2
Lance Dunbar RB DAL 28 140 5.0 1
Tim Cook RB NY 31 131 4.2 0
Donnel Pumphrey RB DC 31 131 4.2 0
Kenneth Farrow RB SEA 28 124 4.4 0
Ja’Quan Gardner RB SEA 30 115 3.8 0
Christine Michael RB STL 47 109 2.3 1
P.J. Walker QB HOU 17 104 6.1 1

Nick Brossette

RB

DC

14

87

6.2

1

B.J. Daniels QB SEA 7 84 12.0 0
Jhurell Pressley RB DC 27 83 3.1 0

Receiving leaders

Cam Phillips WR HOU 21 333 7
Donald Parham TE DAL 20 273 4
Nelson Spruce WR LA 20 256 2
Dan Williams WR TB 18 252 1
Tre McBride WR LA 13 236 3
De’Mornay Pierson-El WR STL 21 210 2
Jalen Tolliver WR TB 17 202 0
Nick Holley WR HOU 17 195 1
Kahlil Lewis WR HOU 21 189 0
Rashad Ross WR DC 10 182 1
Flynn Nagel WR DAL 19 171 1
Austin Proehl WR SEA 13 163 3
Eli Rogers WR DC 18 162 0
Jordan Smallwood WR LA 14 150 1
Reece Horn WR TB 18 150 0
L’Damian Washington WR STL 16 138 1
Lance Dunbar RB DAL 22 136 0
Alonzo Russell WR STL 12 134 1
Keenan Reynolds WR SEA 10 133 1

Tackle leaders

Steven Johnson LB SEA 40
Ahmad Dixon S LA 34
Dexter McCoil S STL 30
Beniquez Brown LB HOU 29
DeMarquis Gates LB HOU 28
Marcelis Branch S TB 26
Jonathan Celestin LB DC 25
Bunmi Rotimi DE NY 23
Tre’ Williams LB LA 23
Cody Brown S HOU 23

Ben Heeney

LB

NY

23

Asantay Brown LB DAL 21
Will Hill S STL 21
Jameer Thurman LB DC 21
Ajene Harris CB HOU 21

Sack leaders

Cavon Walker DT NY 2.5

Wesley Sutton

S

NY

2.0

LaTroy Lewis

LB

HOU

2.0

Jarrell Owens DE NY 2.0
Andrew Ankrah DE STL 2.0
Carl Bradford LB HOU 2.0
Anthony Johnson DT DC 1.5
Devin Taylor DE LA 1.5
Antwione Williams LB DC 1.5

Jonathan Massaquoi

LB

DC

1.0

Shawn Oakman

DE

LA

1.0

Deatrick Nichols

CB

HOU

1.0

Joey Mbu

DT

NY

1.0

Jay Bromley DT DC 1.0
Bunmi Rotimi Jr. DE NY 1.0
Frank Alexander DE DAL 1.0
Tegray Scales LB DAL 1.0
Terence Garvin LB STL 1.0
Dexter McCoil S STL 1.0
Jake Payne DT STL 1.0
Dewayne Hendrix DL STL 1.0

Interception leaders

Deatrick Nichols CB HOU 3
Mike Stevens CB LA 2
Tarvarus McFadden CB TB 2
Rahim Moore S DC 2

Will Hill

S

STL

2

Cody Brown S HOU 2

Bryce Jones

CB

NY

1

Andrew Soroh

S

NY

1

LaDarius Wiley

S

LA

1

Kaelin Burnett

LB

HOU

1

Bradley Sylve CB LA 1
Matt Elam S DC 1
Jameer Thurman LB DC 1
Kyle Queiro LB SEA 1
D’Juan Hines LB NY 1
Marcell Frazier DE SEA 1





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