The XFL odds for the 2020 XFL championship has seen some changes after the first week of play. (Photo credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports) With one week in the books, the XFL odds to win the 2020.
Now, XFL week 1 betting odds are finally becoming available. Many fans are now looking to wager on the week’s first few games. Fortunately, this is easier now than ever before. Today, I’m going to breakdown the odds for each game this week, and discuss which teams are worth throwing some money on. The odds below are provided by BetOnline.
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The Roughnecks currently lead the XFL in championship odds as they have yet to lose a game in the season with a perfect 4-0 record. Houston has been dominant on both sides of the ball scoring the 16 touchdowns so far on the season which is the highest. QB Phillip Walker is leading the MVP race at the moment with completing 92 of 146 passes (63%) for 987 yards, 12 touchdowns, and two.
The XFL will have a 10 game schedule, with no byes, and is broken into two four-team divisions this year. DC, New York, Tampa Bay and St. Louis will all be in the XFL East division while Seattle, Los Angeles, Dallas and Houston will all be in the XFL West. The top two teams from each division will make the division championship game and the winners of those two games will play for 2020 XFL.
That’s because QB Landry Jones, who was a front-runner to win XFL MVP, didn’t get the start on Sunday due to a knee injury. Head coach Bob Stoops says he expects Jones to be back under center for Week 2. The main strength for the Renegades is the run game with Cameron Artis-Payne and Lance Dunbar, but with no real threat to pass in Week 1, they were limited to only seven carries for 33 yards.
The franchise will play its first-ever game on the field at Dignity Health Sports Park. Kickoff vs. the Dallas Renegades is slated for 12 p.m. PT on ABC. While the Wildcats chase their first win of the season on the field, the Wildcats' fans have plenty of pregame entertainment options off-the-field.
Houston, which leads the XFL with 21 touchdowns and has yet to be held under 27 points in a game, should be the fave to win the title based on its offense alone. QB PJ Walker has been slinging the ball through five games and tops the league with 15 touchdowns to go with 1,338 passing yards while only tossing four interceptions.