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The Orlando Rage Cheerleaders

The Rage was one of the XFL's premier teams, along with the Los Angeles Xtreme. Directed by respected Head Coach Galen Hall, the Rage jumped out to a league-best 6-0 start to the season! However, once the Rage ran into the Xtreme, and suffered some critical injuries along the way, the Rage stumbled and finally fell in the playoffs.

The loss of QB Jeff Brohm and a few other key players nearly crippled the Rage, and prevented them from advancing in the playoffs. Many expected the Million Dollar Championship Game to be a head-to-head face-off between the Rage and the Xtreme. Alas, it was not to be, and although the Xtreme advanced to win the Championship, the Rage lost to the San Francisco Demons in the playoffs.

Orlando fans rolled out in force to support their Rage, and were sorely disappointed in the loss to the Demons in the playoffs. Galen Hall was a very popular coach, having been associated with professional football in Florida for many many years. The Rage would have been a force to be reckoned with in subsequent seasons, but alas, we shall never know. The Rage will be greatly missed.

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Orlando Rage Logo

Sensory overload is the theme in Orlando and if you've ever spent a few days there, you'll know what we mean. The logo and colors embody that emotion of RAGE, a name by which any football coach would hope his team would be characterized.

Announced:
July 3, 2000

General Manager:
Tom Veit

Head Coach:
Galen Hall

Team Colors:
Red and Yellow

Stadium:
Citrus Bowl
(Grass)

Preseason odds to win championship:
4-1

Final Record:
8-2
1st place XFL East

Orlando Rage Helmet

Orlando Rage
Team Reporters:

Mark Zelakowski
Dave Coughlin