Dallas Renegades vs Los Angeles Wildcats XFL Pick – February 16

Dallas Renegades vs Los Angeles Wildcats XFL Pick – February 16

-3.5SPREAD -1 10 ODDS




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Last week, we are only picked one XFL game against the spread.

It was a sweat in the first half as the DC Defenders made a bit longer to get going than I expected but it was a reasonably comfy mask in the 4th by the football pride of our nation’s capital. I believe we can get another win this week.

Each of the four recreations on the following schedule for the XFL this weekend feature crews who are 1-0 vs another 1-0 or 0-1 vs 0-1.

The Dallas Renegades weren’t expected to be sitting at 0-1 right now. In fact, the issue is the quirkies on potting favorite to triumph the championship just days ago.

Now, they are just 3.5 top favorites over the shoddy Los Angeles Wildcats. This was will be a home game for LA but I candidly don’t believe they will have a significant advantage if any.

LA is a basketball town these days. Who are we kidding, though? It ever has been.

Wilt, Jerry West, Kareem, Magic, Shaq, Kobe … Lebron James roughly seems like an afterthought. Then you watch him toy …

Amazing, but unless the Ohio All-State wide receiver suits up for his home Wildcat, they’re going to have a bad time.

This game does have a bit of an uncharted aspect attached to it and that worries me slightly.

Both crews were without their starting quarterback in week 1 and each crew “il be seeing” their offensive field general return in this matchup.

I favor the Dallas Renegades a little more considering their returning quarterback is a guy who could easily be playing in the NFL right now and that’s former Pittsburgh Steelers backup Landry Jones.

The man who is listed after Dallas Cowboy coaching legend Tom Landry was the first player ever to sign with the XFL.

He’s in a really good spot here, more, playing under his former college head coach at Oklahoma, Bob Stoops.

MyBookie.AG has the betting odds for us this week.

Let’s go ahead and get to the XFL betting odds and projections for the Dallas Renegades vs the LA Wildcats.


Renegades -3. 5( -1 10) Wildcats +3.5( -1 10)

Total Points:

Over 48( -1 05) Under 48( -1 15)

Okay, well I suspect I depicted my hand in the intro. You probably wouldn’t be that surprised to see me go with the Renegades here but let’s do out homework and make sure this is a good stake.

We are lucky, though, if we do pick them, to get the( -3. 5 ). I’ve seen it( -4. 5) and higher on other betting sites.

We have to remember that the XFL front office was contacted by the Pittsburgh Steelers in September of last year when Big Ben went down with a season-ending knee injury.

What did they want? You already know! Landry Jones.

I’m not saying he is a savior-level good. He’s not Baker Mayfield … I don’t think he can only show up to camp with half a dad-bod and stache and wholly deepen the culture of a crew. Let’s hope not, at least.

Mr. Jones’s play has improved every time he has stepped out onto the field as a professional and playing under his former college instruct Bob Stoops should facilitate the transition for the young man from New Mexico.

Okay, so we know the Renegades were the favorites at the beginning of the season so what else do they have going for them? Well, their justification didn’t play very well in week one.

The St Louis Battlehawks raced and surpassed the missile with efficiency racking up roughly 200 gardens on the grind and through the breath.

Dallas was able to hold them to 15 tops, though. I conclude the Renegade D just got a little tired and also St Louis might be one of the best units in the tournament as well. Dallas was 1/10 on 3rd down.

With the addition of Landry Jones, I can’t imagine that percentage doesn’t increase dramatically on Sunday.

Then there’s this: The Los Angeles Wildcats have already shelled their defensive coordinator after week one’s embarrassing 37 -1 7 loss to the Houston Roughnecks.

Pepper Johnson has 2 Super Bowl echoes as a musician and 3 more as a manager … for the New England Patriots.

I can’t think of a good enough reason to let him go after one competition. I don’t care if the Roughnecks put up 50. You just don’t do that.

You know the players respected him more.

I don’t think they are going to get over this and get behind their new defensive play-caller in simply several day’s time.

This impulsive behavior by the front office likewise suggests that nobody on the team is safe and while that may be good for motivation, in the long run, I speculate things will get worse before they get better in LA.

The defense wasn’t the only pressing issue coming out of week 1 for the Cat who stood their quarterback to be touched 10 terms.

They were also 3/15 on third downs. I’m merely approximating Pepper brought these facts up when someone accused him for the loss. I don’t know what happened but it seems logical.

The Wildcats have issues and I suppose Dallas illuminations them up the coming week. Getting their QB back are helpful in significances but he will likely be dealing with a hungry defensive lineman in his face all day as well.

I like the over as well here.

I might actually like it better than the stage spread but 3.5 shouldn’t be a sweat at all. And I consider the Renegades put up 40 on their own. Let’s merely hope the Wildcats can get a couple of composes.

My Picks


-1 10


-1 05

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In Conclusion

I really like this bet, guys. It seems too good to be true and while that does happen often in the big league, I think we can still commonly vanquished the books in the XFL for now.

The Renegades could very well be the wager favorites to earn the XFL Championship in another couple of weeks.

Week one was just a feeling-out process. Now they have their gentleman at QB and hopefully pate instruct Bob Stoops is confident and joyous with Landry Jones under midst.

The LA Wildcats should interpret an improvement on offense with the season and league introduction of their hired forearm, Josh Johnson.

Their offensive wire and defensive backfield are both highly questionable, though, and I read Johnson facing constant pressing along with Landry and Bob lighting them up.

I love the nearly even money on the over 48 points. No, Dallas did not score very much in week one but the government has their person now at QB, LA did give up 37 last week, AND they have a brand new defensive coordinator.

Over and cover for the Dallas Renegades in week two!

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