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XFL Football Games on TV Today (Sunday, Feb. 16)

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XFL Football Games on TV Today (Sunday, Feb. 16)

The second week of XFL action concludes with two games on Sunday, Feb. 16. Similar to Saturday, Sunday's double-dip features a matchup of teams that lost in Week 1 and a pairing of those looking to improve to 2-0 on the young season. These games also have the XFL making its Seattle debut and signal the league's return to the Los Angeles area.

So if you're wondering, "What football games are on today?" know this: There are two scheduled for today, Sunday, Feb. 16.

XFL Games on TV Today

Dallas Renegades at Los Angeles Wildcats, 3 p.m. ET on ABC

Sunday's action starts out on the West Coast at Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California, with a pair of teams looking to bounce back from disappointing opening losses. The Renegades were stunned at home by the St. Louis BattleHawks, losing 15-9, while the Wildcats fell 37-17 on the road to the Houston Roughnecks. It was bad enough that Los Angeles head coach Winston Moss fired defensive coordinator Pepper Johnson after just one game. The good news for both teams is that starting quarterbacks Landry Jones (knee) and Josh Johnson (thigh) are both expected to play after missing last week's opener.

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St. Louis BattleHawks at Houston Roughnecks, 6 p.m. ET on FS1

Both teams are coming off of Week 1 victories with each getting it done in a different way. The BattleHawks put the defensive clamps on the Dallas Renegades, used their running game (191 yards on 42 carries) to control the flow of the game, and made the most of their scoring opportunities in a 15-9 road victory. The Roughnecks lived up to their name, recording five sacks and two interceptions on defense and piling up the points on offense in a 37-17 blowout of the Los Angeles Wildcats in TDECU Stadium. Houston was led by "Star of the Week" quarterback P.J. Walker, who tossed four touchdown passes while his St. Louis counterpart, Jordan Ta'amu made things happen with his arm (209 yards, TD) and legs (77 rushing yards) against Dallas.