Week 3 in the XFL features a road favorite in three of the four games. Robert Duff breaks down each contest and identifies which lines offer early value.
As the inaugural XFL season takes shape, DC and Houston are the league’s top squads in the XFL Championship odds. But just two weeks into the regular season, check our preview to see if there are other value wagers worth making.
The Houston Roughnecks have seen their XFL Championship odds shorten after a 2-0 start while featuring the top-ranked offense in the league so far. We analyze their chances against the rest of the field, and predict if now is a good time to place a wager on them.
The Tampa Bay Vipers could not have started off worse in the revamped XFL. They’ve started 0-2 and have put up just 12 points total. With their title odds fading but still very early in the season, read our preview to see if the Vipers are now worthy of a value wager.
The 2-0 DC Defenders are the +190 favorites to win the 2020 XFL championship following Saturday’s 27-0 shutout of the New York Guardians. We preview the early-season odds to see if the XFL’s rep in the nation’s capital is worthy of a wager.
The XFL’s second stint got off to a great start last weekend, as all four games had more than 17,000 fans in attendance and many more watching at home. An even bigger surprise was the amount of money wagered on Week 1. See how much money sportsbooks took on the games and what they’re expecting out of Week 2.
St. Louis heads to Texas for the second week in a row, this time as an 8-point underdog to the Houston Roughnecks. Can the BattleHawks pull off the upset?
The LA Wildcats disappointed in Week 1, and will look to rebound in their first home game this Sunday at Dignity Health Sports Park. Should you bet on a bounce back?
As the XFL gets set to put the pads on for Week 2 of the season, at least there are now trends that can be analyzed prior to placing any wagers. Small sample sizes to be sure, but samples nonetheless. We’re taking a look at the best bets for each of this weekend’s games here.
The Tampa Bay Vipers and Seattle Dragons put forth the two worst performances in Week 1. Now the two sides will meet up in Week 2 as they both search for their first win of the season. The Vipers opened as a three-point favorite but the line is now down to -2.5. What’s the best bet in this game?
The XFL Week 2 slate is headlined by the two 1-0 teams in the Eastern Division, as the Guardians meet the Defenders. Can DC cover the 6.5-point spread?
The return of the XFL was a successful one as the product, the broadcast and the social media presence was all quite impressive. Home teams went 3-1 straight up and against the spread while three of the four games went Under. Now that the Week 2 lines are up on the board, let’s take a closer look at the lines of the week.
The DC Defenders handled the Seattle Dragons in the debut game of the XFL over the weekend. Should they be your bet to take home the inaugural championship?
The Tampa Bay Vipers and New York Guardians will get their XFL season this weekend. Which team is the best bet to win their opening matchup? Read on as we preview the game and make our pick.
Updated Odds to Win XFL Championship Ahead of Week 1 – Defenders Becoming a Top Contender, Wildcats Tanking
The Dallas Renegades, DC Defenders and Tampa Bay Vipers are all +350 co-favorites to win the 2020 XFL championship at BetOnline. We analyze the field and offer our best betting advice.
The Houston Roughnecks are 6.5-point favorites over the Los Angeles Wildcats in Saturday’s XFL opener for both teams. Get the odds, our pick, and all the info you need to bet the game.
BetOnline has pegged the Dallas Renegades as prohibitive nine-point favorites over the St Louis Battlehawks in Week 1 of the XFL season. Get the updated odds, point spread, and expert betting advice for the entire Week 1 slate.
BetOnline has released future odds on whether the XFL will cease operations during the 2020 campaign, with No coming in as the heavy -2000 favorite. Is there any value in betting Yes at +700?
The 2020 XFL win totals have been posted. They range from 7.5 for the Tampa Bay Vipers to just 3.5 for the Seattle Dragons and St Louis Battlehawks. Which over/unders are the best bets for the upcoming season?
Is PFT Commenter trying out for an XFL roster just a publicity stunt for the league? Or does he have a legitimate shot of making it? The Barstool personality feels he has a 50-50 shot of making a roster, but that’s not what the odds say.