XFL Press Gallery ~ Week 4

XFL fans who braved the rain and fog Saturday cheer as the Chicago Enforcers cheerleaders take the field before the first XFL game in Chicago. From left are Shawn Kamerman, Bill Cridari, Bob Carlson and Fred Skafgaard, all of Indiana. Shanna is one of the cheerleaders. (AP)
Chicago Enforcers cheerleaders perform during the first half of the first XFL football game in Chicago. (AP)
Former Chicago Bears great Dick Butkus, now an executive with the XFL, watches as the Chicago Enforcers take the field for their first home game at Soldier Field. (Allsport)
A player for the NY/NJ Hitmen works out in the fog, smoke and rain before the game in Chicago. The Hitmen defeated the Enforcers 13-0. (Allsport)
A Chicago Enforcers cheerleader entertains the crowd and television cameras at the first Enforcers' home game. (Allsport)
The Chicago Enforcers, playing their first XFL home game of the season, play in the fog of Soldier Field. (Allsport)
Orlando Rage fan Glenn Donehoo cheers before the start of the Rage's game against the Birmingham Bolts at the Florida Citrus Bowl in Orlando. (Allsport)
Orlando cheerleaders perform before the start of the Rage's game against the Birmingham Bolts in Orlando. (Allsport)
Orlando quarterback Jeff Brohm drops back to pass against Birmingham at the Florida Citrus Bowl. (Allsport)
An unidentified Orlando fan cheers following the Rage's first touchdown against the Birmingham Bolts. (Allsport)
Birmingham Bolts receiver Ed Smith (86) is drilled by Orlando linebacker James Burgess (51) following a first-half reception. (Allsport)
An on-field cameraman for NBC tries to get a drink through his masked helmet during a timeout of the Chicago-NY/NJ game at Soldier Field. (Allsport)
Orlando’s Dialleo Burks (81) eludes Birmingham safety Chris Shelling (30) during a first-half reception. (Allsport)
Orlando’s Brian Shay (20) celebrates the Rage's first touchdown against the Birmingham Bolts. (Allsport)
Birmingham’s James Bostic (33) is wrapped up by Orlando’s Patrise Alexander (58), Shawn Banks (56) and Omar Brown (40) during a second-half run. (Allsport)
Chicago cheerleaders entertain for the crowd and TV cameras at Soldier Field. (Allsport)
Hitmen running back Michael Blair (27) runs for yardage against Chicago linebacker Jamie Baisley (53) and defensive back Dorian Brew (45). (Allsport)