The Arlington Renegaes offense continues to sputter.
And that means the losses continue to pile up during their XFL season.
Arlington fell to the Seattle Sea Dragons, 24-15, at Choctaw Stadium on Friday night.
The loss dropped the Renegades to 3-4.
Although the Renegades had season-highs in passing yards (215) and rushing yards (124), the Renegades could muster just 15 points. They have not scored more than 15 points since scoring 22 in their season-opening win.
Arlington running back De’Veon Smith rushed for a season-high two touchdowns and rushed for 61 yards in the loss.
Quarterback Drew Plitt had his best performance of the season, passing for 213 yards as he completed 19 of 29 passes.
However, the game belonged to former Dallas Cowboy Ben DiNucci who passed for 266yards and rushed for another 52 yards to help the Sea Dragons improve to 5-2.
The 24 points tied for the most the Renegades have allowed this season. It’s the first time the Renegades lost a game by six or more points.
Arlington travels to the Orlando Guardians on April 8 (3 p.m. on ESPN).