Steve Kimock, Jason Hann, Zach Deputy, & Members of Railroad Earth Join Everyone Orchestra IN DC [Photos]

first_imgLoad remaining images Matt Butler and his Everyone Orchestra hit Gypsy Sally’s in Washington DC on Friday night with a glorious lineup of musical companions. With Steve Kimock, Jason Hann (String Cheese Incident), Zach Deputy, along with Railroad Earth’s bassist Andrew Altman and violinist Tim Carbone, and Mike Quinn on deck, the jams were plenty.Photographer Mark Raker was on site to capture the fun, as seen in the gallery below:last_img

What channel is Houston Roughnecks vs. Seattle Dragons on today? Time, TV schedule for XFL Week 5 game

first_imgThe Houston defense dominated and the players weren’t shy about letting people know. Roughneck players mocked Renegade QB Landry Jones, telling the sideline cameras, “Get Landry Jones the f— outta here.”MORE: Does the XFL have a quarterback crisis?Seattle enters the matchup on the other end of the spectrum. The Dragons benched starting quarterback Brandon Silvers after the team fell in a 17-3 hole at halftime. Former South Florida stand out B.J. Daniels nearly led a comeback but came up short in the Dragons 23-16 loss to the BattleHawks (3-1). Daniels gave St. Louis a spark off the bench, highlighted by his 84 rushing yards on seven carries. Daniels is expected to get the nod at quarterback for the Dragons in Houston.”I think we picked up energy in the second half and tried to make it a game,” Daniels said. “I’m really thankful and proud of the teammates we have in Seattle because we all ride for each other. Our guys are close-knit, they stick together.”Here’s a guide to everything to know about watching the Seattle Dragons vs Houston Roughnecks, including start time, TV channel and a full XFL schedule for Week 5.What channel is Roughnecks vs. Renegades on today?​TV channel: ABCLive stream: ​Watch ESPNSaturday’s game between the Seattle Dragons and the Houston Roughnecks will air on ABC and can be streamed on the Watch ESPN app. What time is the Dragons vs. Roughnecks XFL game on?Date: Saturday, March 7​Time: ​2 p.m. ETLocation: ​TDECU Stadium in HoustonThe Week 5 XFL game between the Seattle Dragons and Houston Roughnecks is scheduled to start at 2 p.m. ET on Saturday, March 7. The Roughnecks play their home games at TDECU Stadium, which is the home of the University of Houston Cougars and will host the XFL championship game on April 26. XFL odds Week 5​Spread: ​Roughnecks -12.5 ​Total (Over/Under): ​46.5 The Roughnecks are the best team in the XFL and the Dragons might be the worst, so this huge line makes sense. The Roughnecks come in 3-1 against the spread (ATS) this season but their lone ATS loss came in Week 2 as eight-point favorites, their highest spread until this week. The Dragons are 2-2 ATS this season and are coming off an ATS victory last week as 12-point underdogs. The 12.5-point spread is the highest of any game this season.The over hit in the Roughnecks first three games this season before Week 4 bucked the trend with the under hitting. The Dragons over/under record is 1-2-1 this season. MORE XFL NEWS:​Power RankingsWhy isn’t Johnny Manziel in the XFL?What does XFL stand for?How much do XFL players get paid?XFL schedule Week 5Saturday, March 7GameTimeTVSeattle Dragons at Houston Roughnecks2 p.m. ETABCNew York Guardians at Dallas Renegades5 p.m. ETFOXSunday, March 8GameTimeTVSt. Louis Battlehawks at DC Defenders3 p.m. ETFS1Tampa Bay Vipers at LA Wildcats9 p.m. ETESPN Houston quarterback P.J. Walker has been the best player in the XFL this season, but his defense is the biggest reason the Roughnecks moved to 4-0. Houston forced five turnovers against Dallas last week, including a fumble recovery with under two minutes to play that stopped the Renegades three yards shy of the endzone. The Roughnecks had 21 points off those turnovers to remain the lone undefeated team in the XFL. “We talk about those takeaways all the time,” said Houston coach June Jones. “Our defense just kept hanging in there. We needed to score more points when we had our chances with those takeaways, but it’s a team game and did enough on each side of the ball to win.” last_img read more