All but one of the team records established in the Wranglers' inaugural 1983 season would fall during the course of the 1984 campaign.
The only one to survive was that of Tommy Wilcox, who in 1983 snared 6 interceptions.
Luther Bradley, who had 12 interceptions in 1983, joined the Wranglers following the "franchise swap" with the Chicago Blitz.
While Bradley would have 12 picks in 1983 and again in 1985 with the Houston Gamblers, in 1984 he didn't have enough to eclipse Wilcox's record.

Record Record Holder Year Performance
Points Scored Frank Corral 1984 96
Yards Passing Greg Landry 1984 3,534
Touchdowns Passing Greg Landry 1984 26
Yards Rushing Tim Spencer 1984 1,212
Touchdowns Rushing Tim Spencer 1984 17
Receptions Trumaine Johnson 1984 90
Yards Receiving Trumaine Johnson 1984 1,268
Punts Frank Corral 1984 69
Interceptions Tommy Wilcox 1983 6
Sacks John Lee 1984 20.0

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