XFL Week 4 – Players of the Week – “Fan’s Choice” by XFLBoard.com

Welcome to our XFL Week 4 – Players of the Week – “Fan’s Choice” results. Voting began immediately at the completion of the final game on Sunday. We gathered over 1950 votes before the closing of polls at 12:00PM Eastern on Tuesday February 14, 2023. We thank all who voted!

Fans were asked to nominate any player they deemed worthy of the honor, in three categories: Offensive, Defensive, and Special teams. Winners below are based on the number of votes received for each player.

XFL Offensive Player of the Week:
#3  D’Eriq King, Quarterback, DC Defenders

#3 D'Eriq King, quarterback DC Defenders.
#3 D’Eriq King, quarterback DC Defenders. (ESPN2)

King was the game changer in the Defenders win at home, generating all three scores on offense, with two rushing touchdowns of his own and throwing a 32-yard touchdown pass to Jequez Ezzard in the fourth quarter:

The fans said:

  • Jordan Ta’amu has King as a backup and he can sure come in off the bench. (Brian)
  • The other teams should be afraid when they see D’Eriq King coming in. (Anonymous)
  • Ta’amu led the Defenders. King won the game. (Pinky)

Honorable Mentions

Brandon Silvers, Quarterback, Houston Roughnecks

  • 24 for 30 passes for 239 yards and three touchdowns (Anonymous)
  • Silvers was money. He fits right in the Roughnecks offense. (TP)

Brian Hill, Running Back, St. Louis Battlehawks

  • For the Battlehawks Hill had 8 carries for 89 yards and a touchdown. (Anonymous)
  • Brian Hill put the game in the Battlehawks pocket in front of a home town crowd. (Go Battlehawks)

XFL Defensive Player of the Week:
#1 Luc Barcoo, Defensive Back, San Antonio Brahmas

San Antonio defensive back #1 Luc Barcoo wearing the turnover chain after his interception. (FX)

San Antonio Brahmas defensive back #1 Luq Barcoo was a defensive machine with six tackles, one sack, one tackle for loss, and one interception late in the game.

The fans said:

  • Barcoo had one interception and he could have had two more (Mike)
  • The coach says Luq has earned his way back into the NFL. I agree! (Anonymous)
  • Barcoo was a machine! He was all over DiNucci in this game. (PJ)

Honorable Mentions

Tuzar Skipper, Linebacker, Seattle Sea Dragons

  • Four tackles, two sacks, two tackles for loss, and one forced fumble. Did it all for the Sea Dragons in a big win. (Anonymous)
  • Kept San Antonio so they could not do much. (Anonymous)

Santos Ramirez, Defensive Back, DC Defenders

  • Excellent defensive effort with five tackles, one tackle for loss, and one interception. (Grant)
  • Intercepted Perez to shut down the Viper’s comeback. (Anonymous)

XFL Special Teams Player of the Week:
#23 Parker Romo, Kicker, San Antonio Brahmas

San Antonio kicker Parker Romo after making a 57-yard field goal. (FX)
San Antonio kicker Parker Romo after making a 57-yard field goal. (FX)

With 4 seconds remaining in the half, San Antonio called up kicker Parker Romo to tie the score with a 57-yard field goal. Romo booted it through the uprights with a record setting kick.

The fans said:

  • He now holds the record for longest field goal at Lumen Field. (Anonymous)
  • Parker Romo had nerves of steel when asked to kick a 57 yarder to tie the score. He made it! (Anonymous)
  • Romo kicked it straight and long for a record-breaking kick. HNF sign him up. (Smith K.)

Honorable Mentions

Matt McCrane, Kicker, DC Defenders

  • Kicked 4-5 field goals, adding 12 points to the Defenders total. (Oscar T.)
  • McCrane is money. You can count on him. (Anonymous)

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