XFL Team Stats and Trends
The 2023 XFL season is underway and seeing plenty of betting interest. But be sure you know how the teams stack up against each other before placing a bet. Check back in after each week to see the updated stats.
2023 XFL Team Stats
|Team||Record||Points For||Points Allowed||Differential||Passing Yards||Passing TDs||Rushing Yards||Rushing TDs||Fumbles Recovered||Defensive INTs|
|San Antonio Brahmas||3-7||169||183||-14||1,669||8||794||7||2||9|
|Seattle Sea Dragons||7-3||243||177||+66||2,630||20||962||9||4||6|
|St Louis BattleHawks||7-3||249||202||+47||2,262||26||835||4||10||11|
Stats were updated April 24 (After Week 10)
The regular season has ended and the DC Defenders finished with the league’s best record at 9-1. They’ll host the Seattle Sea Dragons (7-3) in the North Division Championship on Sunday.
Meanwhile, in the South Division Championship, the Houston Roughnecks (7-3), will host the Arlington Renegades (4-6) on Saturday.
2023 XFL Team Trends
|Team||Moneyline Record||ATS Record||Over/Under Record|
|San Antonio Brahmas||3-7||4-5-1||3-7|
|Seattle Sea Dragons||7-3||6-4||6-4|
|St Louis BattleHawks||7-3||6-4||4-6|
The North Division Championship could be a good over bet, as both DC (9-1) and Seattle (6-4) have both been playing to the over all season.
Contrary to that. the South Division could be an under, as both Houston (4-6) and Arlington (3-7) have played to many unders.
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