San Francisco Devil Raiders

Larry Fitzgerald Singing Swan Song? – April 20, 2016
San Francisco Devil Raiders WR Larry Fitzgerald said he has not really thought about the possibility of this being his last season playing in the XFFL. Fitzgerald signed a two-year deal last offseason and said he’s focused on finishing that deal this season. He hinted that if the Devil Raiders won the Princess City Floral Bowl this season, he would lean towards retirement.
‘A lot of it’s tied to Jameis (Winston) – Jameis is playing at a high level,’ Fitzgerald said. ‘I don’t want to go through any other quarterback situations. It’s been great to have the stability that we have now with the big fella, he’s been playing lights out.’
After three down years, Fitz really rejuvenated his career last year with a 109-1,215-9 season. His 11.1 yards per catch was the lowest of his career. His inability to separate in those three down years is what plagued him, and the ‘Raiders used him differently to make up for that.




Martavis Bryant is one the best field stretchers in the league.  Too bad he won’t be stretching the field in 2016.

Jones-Drew thinks Colin Kaepernick can get “a lot better” – July 3, 2013
Colin Kaepernick was plenty good in his first 10 games as the Raiders’ starting quarterback, but at least one of his teammates thinks we’ve only seen the beginning of what Kaepernick can do.  San Francisco running back Maurice Jones-Drew said on ESPN that he believes Kaepernick’s work ethic makes it a sure thing that he’ll improve in his first offseason of work running the first-string offense.  “He could get a lot better,” Jones-Drew said. “One thing I love about that young guy, he works. He works very hard. Even before he got the starting job he used to be the first one there and one of the last guys out. As long as he keeps learning, working from the coaches and just being him, he’ll be fine.”
Kaepernick was better than fine in 2012, providing an instant upgrade when he took the job from Joe Flacco in the regular season, then playing two strong games in the playoffs. If he’s capable of getting a lot better than that, the rest of the league had better watch out.


Owner Information:
Team Owner – Kyle Miller
Email –
Phone – (515) 890-7426

Franchise Information:
South Carolina SaberCats (2004-2012)
San Francisco Devil Raiders (2013-present)

Franchise Record: 79-95-1
Franchise Percentage: 0.454
2009 XFFL Champions




Team MVPs:                    Season Records
2004: Steve McNair                                    5-9 (0-0)
2005: Carnell Williams                                  7-6-1 (0-0)
2006: Roy Williams                           3-11 (0-0)
2007: Willis McGahee                                     7-7 (0-0)
2008: Calvin Johnson                             8-6 (0-0)
2009: Chris Johnson                         8-6 (2-0)
2010: Michael Turner                            5-8 (0-0)
2011: Rob Gronkowski                                    4-9 (0-0)
2012: Colin Kaepernick                           6-7 (1-1)
2013: Eddie Lacy                                     9-4 (1-1)
2014: Ryan Tannehill                                     4-9 (0-0)
2015: Thomas Rawls                                   6-7 (0-1)
2016: Mike Evans                                              7-6 (0-0)


Jameis Winston will have to take another giant step forward if the Devil Raiders want to make the Playoffs.


Quarterbacks                      Kickers
Jameis Winston                       Caleb Sturgis
Kirk Cousins

Running Backs
                    Defensive Lineman
Latavius Murray                      Aaron Donald
Devonta Freeman                    Cliff Avril
Devontae Booker
Jamaal Charles

Wide Receivers                  Linebackers
Donte Moncrief                       Jamie Collins
Mike Evans                               Vontaze Burfict
Michael Floyd                          Kwon Alexander
Martavis Bryant                      C.J. Mosley
Tyreek Hill
Ty Montgomery

Tight Ends                          Defensive Backs
Jimmy Graham                       Tyrann Mathieu
Vernon Davis                           Rodney McLeod