2018 Washington Valor Game-by-Game Results

Arena Football League (Arena League)
Team Record: 2-10
in the Arena League
Won Championship
Coach: Dean Cokinos (0-4)
Coach: Benji McDowell (2-6)
Location: Washington, District of Columbia
Attendance: 40,457, Avg. 6,743 in 6 home dates
2018 Washington Valor Statistics
2018 Washington Valor Roster

The Washington Valor of the Arena Football League ended the 2018 season with a record of 2 wins and 10 losses, in the Arena League.

The Valor managed just 482 points, worst in the league, and the shaky defensive squad allowed 642, most in the circuit. Arvell Nelson threw for 1,509 yards. Reggie Gray topped pass catchers, snagging 71 balls for 769 yards. Josh Reese contributed to the receiving game, too.

Arvell Nelson ran for a team-leading 127 yards for Washington.

Fred Obi and Michael Everett each seized 2 opponent throws.

Dean Cokinos and Benji McDowell coached the team. The 2018 Washington Valor won the Championship.

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Regular Season Points For: 0
Regular Season Points Against: 0

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