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In Week 3, Birmingham Stallions quarterback Adrian Martinez showed why he could end up being one of the most explosive playmakers in the UFL this season. Making his first start for Birmingham on Saturday, Martinez made the most of the opportunity. He finished 18 of 28 (64.3%) for 334 passing yards and two touchdowns with no interceptions. Martinez is the first UFL quarterback to throw for over 300 yards this season. He also added another 44 yards rushing. The Stallions (3-0) finished with nine plays of 20-plus yards, defeating the Memphis Showboats (1-2) in the team’s home opener, 33-14. Birmingham unfurled the team’s back-to-back USFL title banner before the game.

UFL Betting Lines

2024 UFL Championship Betting Odds

Birmingham Stallions +150 St Louis Battlehawks +245 DC Defenders +575
Arlington Renegades +2000 Houston Roughnecks +3800 Memphis Showboats +1400
Michigan Panthers +1100 San Antonio Brahmas +650 -

*Odds as of Wednesday, April 17, 10:00 AM ET

Deon Cain finished with seven receptions for 144 yards, while running back Ricky Person Jr. added 76 scrimmage yards and a score. Wide receiver Marlon Williams, who missed most of 2023 with a torn Achilles, caught a 41-yard touchdown, and tight end Jace Sternberger corralled a pass tipped at the line of scrimmage in the back of the end zone for a 6-yard score.

While the Stallions sizzled, the Showboats scuffled. Memphis QB Case Cookus finished with just 139 passing yards and was sacked five times. He was replaced by backup Troy Williams, who led the Pittsburgh Maulers to the USFL title game last season in the fourth quarter.

Cookus has been sacked a UFL-high 11 times. The Showboats struggled running the football again, finishing with only 20 rushing yards. The Stallions finished with eight sacks defensively and have a league-high 17 sacks.

In the battle for the top spot in the XFL conference, the Battlehawks (2-1) thwarted San Antonio’s comeback bid this weekend and held on to defeat the Brahmas (2-1) in the Alamodome on Sunday, 31-24.

Big-bodied receiver Butler had his best game of the season, finishing with six receptions for 87 yards, including a 20-yard catch for a score. St. Louis QB A.J. McCarron finished 19 of 27 (70.4%) for 152 yards and completed passes to eight different players.

He also ran for a 10-yard score.

San Antonio QB Chase Garbers completed 27 of 41 (65.9%) passes for 141 yards and one score. Tight end Cody Latimer finished with seven receptions for 58 yards, while receiver Jontre Kirklin totaled eight receptions for 52 yards.

The Michigan Panthers (2-1) signal-caller got his offense going Sunday, passing for 208 yards and rushing for another 60 in his team’s 34-20 runaway win over the visiting Houston Roughnecks (0-3).

The Brown product now has a league-leading four touchdowns on the season. Receiver Marcus Simms also continued to make big plays, taking a check-down pass from Perry and breaking five tackles en route to a 66-yard reception for a score. Simms also had a 76-yard touchdown reception last week and owns the two longest touchdown plays from scrimmage in the UFL this season.

The Roughnecks must focus on playing clean football. Houston has had three punts blocked so far this season and leads the league in turnovers (five) and penalties (26). Making his first start, QB Reid Sinnett finished 19 of 28 (67.9%) for 197 yards, one touchdown and one interception.

Down 11 points with 2:08 remaining in regulation, the Defenders (2-1) didn’t stop battling, scoring 11 unanswered points for a 29-28 victory over the Renegades (0-3) on the road Saturday.

Defenders kicker Matthew McCrane finished 3 for 3 on field goals, including two from beyond 50 yards and a 49-yarder on the final play to seal the win. QB Jordan Ta’amu threw for 188 yards and two scores. He also led the Defenders in rushing with 55 yards. RB Cam’Ron Harris scored from a yard out to close Arlington’s edge to 28-26 with 48 seconds left.

The Defenders then went for the fourth-and-12 conversion play, and Ta’amu found Ty Scott down the right sideline for a 19-yard completion to keep the drive alive. Ta’amu then completed a 26-yard pass to Kelvin Harmon at Arlington’s 27-yard line with 33 seconds left, setting up McCrane for the game-winning field goal.

2024 UFL Season Schedule (ET)

UFL Week 1

Birmingham 27, Arlington 14

St. Louis 16, Michigan 18

D.C. 12, San Antonio 27

Memphis 18, Houston 12

UFL Week 2

San Antonio 20, Memphis 19

Arlington 24, St. Louis 27

Birmingham 20, Michigan 13

Houston 18, D.C. 23

UFL Week 3

D.C. 29, Arlington 28

Memphis 14, Birmingham 33

Houston 20, Michigan 34

St. Louis 31, San Antonio 24

UFL Week 4

Saturday, April 20

Memphis at St. Louis - 12:30 PM - ABC

D.C. at Birmingham - 7:00 PM - FOX

Michigan at San Antonio - 7:00 PM - FOX

Sunday, April 21

Arlington at Houston - 2:00 PM - FS1

UFL Week 5

Saturday, April 27

San Antonio at Arlington - 7:00 PM - FOX

Birmingham at Houston - 7:00 PM - FOX

Sunday, April 28

St. Louis at D.C. - 12:00 PM - ESPN

Michigan at Memphis - 3:00 PM - FOX

UFL Week 6

Saturday, May 4

Birmingham at Memphis - 12:00 PM - ABC

Houston at St. Louis - 3:00 PM - FOX

Sunday, May 5

Arlington at Michigan - 1:00 PM - FOX

San Antonio at D.C. - 4:00 PM - FOX

UFL Week 7

Saturday, May 11

Memphis at Arlington - 1:00 PM - ESPN

St. Louis at Birmingham - 4:00 PM - FOX

Sunday, May 12

Michigan at D.C. - 12:00 PM - ESPN

San Antonio at Houston - 3:00 PM - ESPN

UFL Week 8

Saturday, May 18

Memphis at Michigan - 4:00 PM - FOX

Houston at Birmingham - 8:00 PM - ESPN2

Sunday, May 19

D.C. at St. Louis - 12:00 PM - ABC

Arlington at San Antonio - 4:00 PM - FOX

UFL Week 9

Saturday, May 25

St. Louis at Arlington - 12:00 PM - ABC

Birmingham at San Antonio - 3:00 PM - ABC

Sunday, May 26

D.C. at Memphis - 2:30 PM - FOX

Michigan at Houston - 2:30 PM - FOX

UFL Week 10

Saturday, June 1

Michigan at Birmingham - 12:00 PM - ESPN

San Antonio at St. Louis - 4:00 PM - FOX

Sunday, June 2

Arlington at D.C. - 12:00 PM - ABC

Houston at Memphis - 7:00 PM - FOX

UFL Conference Championship

Saturday, June 8

2 at 1 Seed - 3:00 PM - ABC

Sunday, June 9

2 at 1 Seed - TBD - FOX

UFL Championship

Sunday, June 16

USFL vs. XFL Champions - TBD - FOX

In the United States, the television rights for the UFL are held by Fox and ESPN, which previously held the rights to the USFL and XFL, respectively.

The league is divided into two conferences, the USFL Conference and the XFL Conference, each a continuation of its respective league. Each team will play a ten-game schedule with no bye weeks, playing two games against each conference rival (one home and one away) and one game against each team in the other conference, like the XFL, all eight teams playing in their home markets.

The UFL has reworked the playoff system so that the winners of each conference will host the league semifinals as before. In contrast, the two remaining playoff seeds will be wild-card bids going to the best remaining overall records, regardless of conference.

NFL Football Picks

UFL Teams

Birmingham Stallions Skip Holtz Protective Stadium
Houston Roughnecks Curtis Johnson Rice Stadium
Memphis Showboats John DeFilippo Simons Bank Liberty Stadium
Michigan Panthers Mike Nolan Ford Field
Arlington Renegades Bob Stoops Choctaw Stadium
D.C. Defenders Reggie Barlow Audi Field
San Antonio Brahmas Wade Phillips Alamodome
St. Louis Battlehawks Anthony Becht The Dome at Am Center

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