2005 Las Vegas Gladiators season

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2005 Las Vegas Gladiators season
Head coach Ron James
Home field Thomas & Mack Center
Results
Record8–8
Division place3rd AC Western
Playoff finishDid not qualify

The 2005 Las Vegas Gladiators season was the 9th season for the franchise. They finished at 8–8, 3rd in the Western Division. The Gladiators did not qualify for the playoffs.

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Coaching

Ron James entered his first season as the head coach of the Gladiators.

Stats

Offense

Quarterback

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Running backs

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Wide receivers

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Touchdowns

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Defense

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Special teams

Kick return

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Kicking

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