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XFL Week 2 Spread, MoneyLine, Over-Under Odds

New York Guardians +220
DC Defenders -6½
O/U 48
When: Saturday, February 15 at 2:00 PM ET
Where: Audi Field, Washington, DC

The Guardians picked up a convincing 23-3 win over Tampa Bay in their regular season opener last weekend as former Oakland Raiders signal-caller Matt McGloin threw one touchdown pass and added another on the ground. The DC Defenders also picked up an emphatic win in Week 1 by jumping all over Seattle en route to a 31-19 win as former Ohio State star and LA Chargers backup Cardale Jones threw a pair of TD passes and the D.C. defense harassed Seattle signal-caller Brandon Silvers twice.

Tampa Bay Vipers -3
Seattle Dragons +130
O/U 45
When: Saturday, February 15 at 5:00 PM ET
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, WA

As previously stated, Tampa Bay got completely man-handled in their humbling 23-3 season-opening loss against New York last weekend as former Georgia quarterback Aaron Murray stunk up the joint by tossing two picks and no TD passes. Seattle also came up well short of winning their opener by getting smacked around by the DC Defenders en route to a 31-19 defeat in Week 1.

Seattle might have taken a loss on the chin in their opener, but I’m expecting the Dragons to pick up their first win of the season in this contest. While Seattle quarterback Brandon Silvers was picked up twice last weekend, he did manage to toss three TD passes in the loss and that should be more than enough to get the win in Week 2 seeing as how Aaron Murray looks like he could get benched after one more poor performance.

Dallas Renegades -4
Los Angeles Wildcats +160
O/U 48
When: Sunday, February 16 at 3:00 PM ET
Where: Dignity Health Sports Park, Carson, CA

Dallas was part of the most competitive game on the Week 1 XFL schedule, but the Renegades came up short of getting the win by falling to St. Louis 15-9 in their opener. Quarterback Phil Nelson passed the ball with success by going 33 of 42 for 209 yards. Unfortunately, he failed to throw a TD pass in the loss while tossing one pick. Los Angeles got dominated in their humbling 31-17 season-opening loss against Houston last weekend. The Wildcats started backup Charles Kanoff with starter Josh Johnson out of the lineup with a leg injury. Kanoff combined with third-stringer Jalan McClendon to go 25 of 45 with both quarterbacks tossing one interception, although Kanoff did throw one TD pass in the loss.

Los Angeles’ defense didn’t show up at all as Houston quarterback P.J. Walker lit them p for four TD passes in Week 1. Despite their lack of any competent defense in Week 1, I believe the Wildcats will get the win and narrow ATS cover as Josh Johnson gets the start and outplays counterpart Phil Nelson. Why Johnson isn’t in the NFL is beyond comprehension, but I expect the solid former NFL signal-caller to mostly have his way in this affair.

St. Louis BattleHawks +265
Houston Roughnecks -8
O/U 50½
When: Sunday, February 16 at 6:00 PM ET
Where: TDECU Stadium, Houston, TX

St. Louis used a great defensive effort to subdue Dallas in their opener 15-9 while starting quarterback Jordan Ta’amu was good, if not great, in his debut by passing for 209 yards and one touchdown while adding 77 yards on the ground in the win. Defensively, the BattleHawks limited Dallas to a paltry 58 rushing yards while recording one interception in the win. Houston picked up the most convincing win on the Week 1 schedule by downing Los Angeles en route to an emphatic 37-17 win in their opener. Starting quarterback P.J. Walker might have put himself on the map of some NFL teams by going 23 of 39 for 272 yards with four TD tosses.

P.J. Walker looked like a gut that could easily play in today’s NFL. Walker has a nice arm and equally impressive running ability and I just don’t see St. Louis having an answer for all of the problems he presents. I believe the Roughnecks will get the job down at home but an eight-point spread is a tough bet.