After the sports world has unceremoniously shut down to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the XFL’s half-season run showed a lot of promise, and the league is already looking forward to 2021. With Bob Stoops committed to the Renegades, he and the team will attack the offseason and run through the tape of their 2-3 record.
The Renegades took 2nd place in the Western Division despite being hampered by injuries, but I doubt a coach of Stoops’ caliber will sit well with a losing season, extenuating circumstances aside. Here’s what worked, what didn’t and where the Renegades can grow.
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