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UFL Week 7 Online Betting

UFL Week 7 Betting Online

The Birmingham Stallions and St. Louis Battlehawks seem to be on a collision course to meet in the UFL title game. The Stallions are undefeated and coming off two consecutive USFL championships. No team has come close to matching the Stallions and their level of dominance. But the St. Louis Battlehawks may eventually get there. After a Week 1 loss, the Battlehawks have ripped off five consecutive wins to take firm control of the XFL Division. Another game to keep an eye on is the battle between the host D.C. Defenders and the visiting Michigan Panthers. Both teams are in the thick of the UFL playoff race, as is the San Antonio Brahmas, who are at the Houston Roughnecks this. The Memphis Showboats and Arlington Renegades meet in a Week 7 matchup of clubs with lost seasons.

Now, let’s get ready for Week 7 and review the Week 6 action.

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UFL Week 7 Betting Lines

Saturday, May 11
Memphis Showboats at Arlington Renegades (-4) 46
St. Louis Battlehawks at Birmingham Stallions (-4.5) 47
Sunday, May 5
Michigan Panthers at D.C. Defenders PK 43.5
San Antonio Brahmas (-3.5) at Houston Roughnecks 40

The Stallions dominated the Showboats in a 39-21 victory on Saturday. The Stallions offense, led by quarterback Adrian Martinez, was firing on all cylinders, putting up 39 points and 368 passing yards. The Showboats struggled to keep pace, managing only 180 passing yards and 21 points.

The Stallions have been the class of the UFL this season and have yet to lose a game after five weeks. They have now become the fastest team to clinch a playoff berth in the modern USFL or XFL on their quest to win their third straight title.

Skip Holtz has proven that he is the best coach in spring football time and again, as his Stallions have won close games and blown teams out. It seems this team only keeps getting better as this coaching staff gets more and more familiar with their guys, scoring a season-high 39 points in week six.

With this win, the Stallions improved their position in the UFL standings to 6 – 0. The Showboats are 1 – 5 and will look to regroup and find answers on offense moving forward.

The Michigan Panthers secured a narrow 28-27 victory over the Arlington Renegades in an exciting UFL game that came down to, once again, a Jake Bates field goal. The Panthers managed to hold off a late surge from the Renegades to claim the win and improve their position in the UFL standings.

Quarterback Danny Etling led the Panthers’ offense, completing 16 of 28 passes for 202 yards and one touchdown. He also added 55 rushing yards on seven attempts.

Despite the loss, the Renegades had a strong offensive showing. Quarterback Luis Perez completed 24 of 37 passes for 180 yards and one touchdown.

The Panthers will look to build on this win and continue their climb up the UFL standings as they try to hold their playoff position over the D.C. Defenders. As for the Renegades, they will need to regroup and find a way to close out close games. Arlington is not as bad as their record indicates.

The St. Louis Battlehawks secured a dominant 22-8 win over the Houston Roughnecks in a UFL showdown. The Battlehawks’ offense, led by quarterback A.J. McCarron, took control of the game in the second quarter and never looked back.

The Battlehawks’ passing game was firing on all cylinders, with McCarron spreading the ball around to his talented receiving corps. Hakeem Butler had a standout performance, hauling in two touchdown passes and racking up 134 receiving yards.

The Roughnecks struggled to find their rhythm on offense, with quarterback Reid Sinnett unable to connect with his receivers consistently. Running back Mark Thompson provided a spark with 45 rushing yards and the team’s lone touchdown in the fourth quarter.

With this win, the Battlehawks improve to 5-1 in the UFL standings, while the Roughnecks fall to 1-5.

In a defensive battle, the D.C. Defenders managed to come out on top against the San Antonio Brahmas by a score of 18-12. Brahmas Running Back John Lovett ran for a UFL record 153 rushing yards in the loss. With the win, the Defenders even their record at 3-3, while the Brahmas fall to 4-2. The Defenders remain in the playoff hunt with the win and take on the 4-2 Michigan Panthers at home next week.

The Defenders relied on a steady offensive performance led by quarterback Jordan Ta’amu. Ta’amu completed 14 of 22 passes for 179 yards and a touchdown. The Defenders’ ground game was split between Cam’Ron Harris, Darius Haggans, and Zaquandre White, with Harris scoring the lone rushing touchdown.

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