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UFL Week 3 Online Betting

UFL Week 3 Betting Online

Week 2 saw the Birmingham Stallions prove their reputation as the best team in the UFL with an impressive road win at the pesky Michigan Panthers. Meanwhile, the St. Louis Battlehawks won a thriller over the Arlington Renegades in front of over 40,000 fans. The San Antonio Brahmas are also undefeated after a thrilling comeback win at the Memphis Showboats. And the D.C. Defenders put the Houston Roughnecks into the loss column again.

Let’s now prepare for Week 3 by reviewing last week’s action.

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UFL Week 3 Betting Lines

Saturday, April 13
D.C. Defenders (-1) at Arlington Renegades 43.5
Memphis Showboats at Birmingham Stallions (-7) 40.5
Sunday, April 14
Houston Roughnecks at Michigan Panthers (-2) 37.5
St. Louis Battlehawks (-1) at San Antonio Brahmas 42

The St. Louis Battlehawks emerged victorious against the Arlington Renegades in a close UFL game, with a final score of 27-24. After a back-and-forth battle throughout the second half, the Battlehawks kicked a short field goal as time expired to secure their first win of the season. The St. Louis Battlehawks also set the record for attendance at a modern spring football league game at 40,317.

After completely dominating the San Antonio Brahmas for most of the game, the Memphis Showboats lost an absolute heartbreaker with 3 seconds left on the clock. What should have been a decisive win for the Showboats turned into a last-minute surprise. San Antonio didn’t even get on the scoreboard until the fourth quarter, but after scoring 20 unanswered points, they pulled ahead to win 20-19 with three seconds remaining in the game.

The game started in a promising manner for the Showboats. Despite their 1-0 start after defeating the Roughnecks last week, Memphis was considered an underdog to the undefeated Brahmas, who entered the game ranked number two in the league. But someone forgot to deliver the memo to Head Coach John DeFilippo, whose team came out ready to rumble.

The Showboats picked up where they left off last week, with quarterback Case Cookus leading the offense with poise and confidence. Although the “Chef’s” performance lacked the chemistry and synchronicity he displayed last week with his receivers, Cookus carefully controlled the time of possession with several extended drives. Once again, he demonstrated his superior ability to run the football and was the team’s leading rusher with 58 yards on nine attempts compared to RB Darius Victor’s 56 yards on 17 attempts.

The Birmingham Stallions secured a 20-13 victory over the Michigan Panthers in a UFL game. The Stallions relied on a strong defensive performance and the leg of kicker Chris Blewitt, who connected on four field goals, to earn the win.

The Stallions offense was led by quarterback Adrian Martinez, who completed 8 of 15 passes for 88 yards. Martinez also contributed on the ground, rushing for 65 yards on eight carries. Running back Ricky Person Jr. found the end zone once and added 14 rushing yards on seven attempts.

Panthers quarterback E.J. Perry completed 20 of 33 passes for 203 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. Wide receiver Marcus Simms was the standout performer for the Panthers, catching three passes for a game-high 96 yards and a touchdown.

With this result, the UFL standings show the Stallions improving to a 2-0 record while the Panthers fall to 1-1. The UFL scores from this game demonstrate the Stallions’ ability to grind out a win with a strong defensive effort and a reliable kicking game.

In a tightly contested UFL game, the Defenders emerged victorious over the Roughnecks with a final score of 23-18. The Defenders are now tied for second in the UFL standings with a 1-1 record in the XFL conference, while the Roughnecks drop to 0-2 and are last in the USFL conference.

The Defenders' offense was led by quarterback Jordan Ta’amu, who completed 16 of 32 passes for 212 yards and two touchdowns despite throwing one interception. The running game was split between Darius Haggans and Cam’Ron Harris, with Haggans scoring the lone rushing touchdown.

The Roughnecks offense was paced by quarterback Reid Sinnett, who went 19 for 30 with 221 yards and one touchdown. Running back T.J. Pledger IV led the team in rushing with 11 attempts for 47 yards. Wide receiver Kirk Merrit was the top target, hauling in 5 catches for 79 yards.

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