XFL Week 3 Parlay Picks - XFL Online Betting

XFL Week 3 Parlay Picks

We came a 4th quarter field goal in the Brahmas/Guardians tilt away from sweeping our Week 2 XFL parlay picks at the online sportsbook! While the St. Louis/Seattle game should’ve flown over and covered all numbers, we still ended up cashing a ticket due to getting in early. The DC Defenders rumbled their way to an outright win at Vegas to move to 2-0, while the Houston Roughnecks ultimately got the job done against Arlington after coughing up an early double-digit lead by not allowing a single point to the Renegades in the second half. The lone loser proved to be the under in Orlando where a Guardians penalty aided second half touchdown drive and Brahmas blocked punt that led directly to another score cost us dearly. Even so, the combined score just managed to just crawl over the 39.5-point impost. Now 5-3 ATS through two weeks, let’s see if we can’t bust out the broom in Week 3 and nail this 4-teamer!

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Parlay #1

Vegas Vipers +3 -110

St. Louis Battlehawks +1 +100

Arlington Renegades -9 +104

San Antonio Brahmas +4.5 -110

Payout: $100 to win $1387.01

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Vegas Vipers

Vegas went into halftime leading each of its first two games only to come out the loser when it was said and done. I was high on the Vipers at the outset of the season and don’t believe we’ve seen the best it has to offer just yet. Seattle could just as easily be 2-0 right now as opposed to defeated. However, some terrible coaching from the supposed All-Star coaching staff paired with awfully timed turnovers cost the team in a big way. The Sea Dragons blew multiple possession leads in both games!

With that, I want absolutely nothing to do with them laying points on the road against a Vipers outfit likely hell-bent on making amends for last week’s terrible second half showing against the Defenders. Mother Nature isn’t expected to wreak havoc on the Cashman Field turf like it did last week. I expect both passing attacks to flourish and for the running games to get cranked up as well with Vegas ranked dead last against the run (58.0 YPG) and Seattle chiming in at No. 6 (77.0 YPG). Every game Seattle’s partaken in has gone down to the wire, and I expect this visit to Sin City to be extremely competitive with both sides desperate for a win.

St. Louis BattleHawks

We’ve cashed two tickets on the Battlehawks through the first two weeks of the XFL betting season. Week 1 saw us need a miraculous comeback with just two minutes remaining to cash a ticket on them minus the 2.5 points in San Antonio. Then last week, Donald Hageman’s game winner allowed us to cash a ticket on the over in the 20-18 win at Seattle. Though this will be the team’s third straight road game, there’s something about the way this team carries itself that leads me to believe it just might be one of if not the best team in the league.

DC has an argument there as well; but let’s not forget about this one-trick pony offense that’s been bailed out by Gregg Williams’ defense which has logged four sacks and four turnovers with one being taken back to the house. A.J. McCarron is confidently leading one of the more balanced attacks in the league (No. 4). His ability to confidently lead the team up the field for game winning scores will play a big role in this XFL North showdown. DC’s inability to throw the football ultimately bites them in this spot. I bought this down to +1 but would have no issue inserting the moneyline instead once it hits the board at the online sportsbook.

Arlington Renegades

Bob Stoops’ squad returns home with its tail between its legs after letting a golden opportunity to upset Houston as 5-point road dogs slip through the cracks. I won’t sugar coat it – the Renegades have been one of the bigger disappointments of the early XFL betting season. This is a team that was expected to compete for the championship +700, but finds itself a fluky second half comeback win away against Vegas from heading into this tilt 0-2 SU and ATS. Orlando is 0-2 and enters this matchup with a -39 point differential. Paxton Lynch has already been benched twice, and Deondre Francois looked clueless when called upon early last week.

While the Guardians have a solid running game (No. 3), Arlington ranks out with the XFL’s top-ranked run defense that concedes 2.4 yards per carry. It’s struggled against the pass in allowing over 200 yards per game (No. 8), but I’ll pay up to see if the Guardians horrific QB room can take advantage. The Renegades have forced six total turnovers and returned both interceptions for touchdowns. Orlando’s thrown a league-high four interceptions and also lost one fumble. Arlington is likely to win the turnover battle and owns by far the better of the two kickers. It should all add up to a 10+ point win in the Renegades best showing of the season.

San Antonio Brahmas

The Roughnecks took care of business for us last week against Arlington in Sunday’s primetime slot to move to 2-0 on the season. Currently the odds-on +225 favorite to win it all, Houston is inarguably one of the best teams in the league. The offense ranks No. 2 overall behind only Seattle, while Wade Phillips’ defense also clocks in at No. 2 in allowing 219.5 yards per game. But do you know who ranks No. 1? That’s right, Hines Ward’s Brahmas who’ve allowed an average of just 205.0 yards per game while serving up a league-best 121.0 passing yards per game. While the unit could have its hands full with Roughnecks RB Max Borghi considering it’s had a tougher time dealing with opposing ground games in allowing 84.0 yards per game (No. 5), I think San Antonio’s offense has some success of its own.

I was never truly a fan of Jack Coan at the collegiate level but the former Wisconsin Badger has done a fantastic job leading the Brahmas attack through the first two weeks. He’s completed a league-best 68.3 percent of his passes for 372 yards and a 4:1 TD/INT ratio. The Brahmas passing game ranks No. 3 overall (167.5 YPG) and averages 6.2 yards per pass; second only to the Roughnecks. Houston’s defense had the luxury of running up against two of the league’s worst passing attacks in Orlando and Dallas. That’s not the case in Week 3. Making matters all the more tough for the home team will be the 1-2 punch of Kalen Ballage and Jacques Patrick out of the backfield with San Antonio also boasting the No. 2 ranked rushing attack. Sprinkle a taste on the Brahmas moneyline who check in as the Rabid Dawg of Week 3!

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