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UFL Week 2 Online Betting

UFL Week 2 Betting Online

Last week, the Michigan Panthers upset the St. Louis Battlehawks 18-16 in a tightly contested UFL game. The Panthers secured the win with a stunning 64-yard field goal by kicker Jake Bates with just 3 seconds remaining on the clock. Bates had not kicked a field goal since High School. That final play marked the highlight of a competitive opening weekend of action. Week 2 should be even better with San Antonio at Memphis, Arlington at St. Louis, Birmingham at Michigan, and Houston at DC.

Let’s now prepare for the Week 2 lineup with a look at highlights of the opening weekend.

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UFL Week 2 Betting Lines

Saturday, April 6
San Antonio Brahmas (-2.5) at Memphis Showboats 39.5
Arlington Renegades at St. Louis Battlehawks (-5.5) 41
Sunday, April 7
Birmingham Stallions (-6) at Michigan Panthers 41
Houston Roughnecks at D.C. Defenders (-4.5) 40.5

The San Antonio Brahmas emerged victorious over the DC Defenders in a 27-12 win. The Brahmas’ offense proved to be more effective, outgaining the Defenders 270 yards to 253. While the game remained relatively close in the first half, the Brahmas pulled away in the second half to secure the win. The Brahmas were thought to be a team on the lower tier of the UFL. It looks like that is not the case.

The Brahmas’ passing game was efficient, with quarterback Chase Garbers going 19 completions on 25 attempts for 158 yards and three total touchdowns. The rushing attack was also solid, gaining 75 yards on 23 carries.

Defensively, the Brahmas were led by Jordan Williams with ten total tackles and Tim Ward with one sack and one forced fumble.

The Defenders struggled to find consistency on offense, with quarterback Jordan Ta’amu completing 25 of 45 passes for 235 yards, 0 touchdowns, and one interception. The rushing game was limited to just 44 yards on 13 carries. DC had a chance to tie the game, but a costly penalty reversed a touchdown and swung the game in San Antonio’s favor.

On defense, Isaiah Johnson led the team with seven total tackles, while Malik Fisher contributed seven tackles, one sack, and two tackles for loss.

The Birmingham Stallions opened the 2024 UFL season with a convincing 27-14 victory over the Arlington Renegades on Saturday. The Stallions, two-time reigning USFL champions, displayed the qualities that have made them the premier spring football team in recent years. QB Matt Corral led a crucial game-tying drive just before halftime, and the Stallions dominated the second half, outscoring the Renegades 16-3.

The Stallions’ offense was led by QB Matt Corral, who completed 12 of 21 passes for 201 yards, 1 TD, and 1 INT. The running game was also effective, with the team rushing for 183 yards and 2 TDs.

On defense, the Stallions forced two turnovers and sacked Renegades QB Luis Perez twice. LB Kyahva Tezino led the team with six total tackles.

The Renegades struggled to find a rhythm offensively, with QB Luis Perez completing 19 of 28 passes for 214 yards, 1 TD, and 1 INT. The running game was largely ineffective, gaining just 59 yards on 18 attempts.

The Renegades' defense managed to force two turnovers but failed to pressure Corral or stop the Stallions’ running game consistently.

The Stallions’ victory showcased their ability to make halftime adjustments and close out games, traits that have made them a dominant force in spring football.

The Memphis Showboats secured a hard-fought 18-12 victory over the Houston Roughnecks in a defensive battle on the road. The Showboats’ defense proved to be the difference-maker, limiting Houston’s offense and forcing crucial turnovers.

QB C. Cookus had a solid debut under new head coach John Defilippo, completing 23 of 40 passes for 204 yards, one touchdown, and one interception.

On defense, LB Greg Reaves was a standout performer, recording three tackles, two sacks, and a forced fumble. DB Kyree Woods also made an impact with three tackles and a forced fumble.

QB Jarrett Guarantano completed 16 of 21 passes for 157 yards in a challenging game behind a struggling offensive line.

LB Ruben Foster was a bright spot for Houston’s defense, recording six tackles, a forced fumble, and an interception.

The game was ultimately decided by Memphis’ ability to control the clock and Houston’s struggle with penalties.

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