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Los Angeles converts XFL’s first 3-pt conversion

The new league offers some intriguing opportunities for big scoring. Watch the latest in a three-point conversion.

Quarterback Josh Johnson of the Los Angeles Wildcats sets to pass in the first half of the XFL game against the Dallas Renegades at Dignity Health Sports Park on February 16, 2020 in Carson, California. Photo by Jayne Kamin-Oncea/Getty Images

The XFL has had some offensive problems in Week 2, but we have had some big moments to draw us back in. On Sunday, the Los Angeles Wildcats converted the first three-point conversion for the new league. LA scored a touchdown to cut a 19-9 lead to 19-15, and then added the three-point conversion to cut the lead to one.

Quarterback Josh Johnson found wide receiver Adonis Jennings, which you can watch below.

The XFL offers three conversion opportunities in place of extra points. A one-point conversion, a one-point play from the 2-yard line, a two-points play from the 5-yard line, and a three-point play from the 10-yard line.