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UFL Week 8 Online Betting

UFL Week 8 Betting Online

Last week saw the Birmingham Stallions flex their power pose against the St. Louis Battlehawks in the biggest game of the season. Birmingham remains undefeated with a stranglehold on the USFL Division race. St. Louis was impressive in the loss but is now tied for first in the XFL Division with the San Antonio Brahmas, who barely escaped an embarrassing disaster at the Houston Roughnecks. Meanwhile, the Michigan Panthers are “Stock Up after a big win at the D.C. Defenders, who are looking doubtful for the UFL playoffs.

Let’s look at the Week 8 schedule and recap what was the most important week of the year in the UFL.

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UFL Week 8 Betting Lines

Saturday, May 18
Memphis Showboats at Michigan Panthers (-9.5) 47.5
Houston Roughnecks at Birmingham Stallions (-17) 42
Sunday, May 19
D.C. Defenders at St. Louis Battlehawks (-8.5) 45
Arlington Renegades at San Antonio Brahmas (-4) 45

The Arlington Renegades dominated the Memphis Showboats in a 47-23 victory on Saturday. The Renegades improved their record to 1-6 with the win, while the Showboats fell to 1-6 with the loss.

The Renegades offense was firing on all cylinders, led by quarterback Luis Perez, who completed 27 of 32 passes for 296 yards and three touchdowns. Running back De’Veon Smith also had a big game, rushing for 101 yards and two touchdowns on 14 carries.

The Showboats had a tough time getting anything going offensively, with quarterbacks Case Cookus and Troy Williams combining for just 230 passing yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions. The team’s leading rusher was Darius Victor with 33 yards on 11 carries.

The Michigan Panthers secured a dominant 22-9 victory over the D.C. Defenders in today’s UFL game. With this win, the Panthers improve their record to 5-2, while the Defenders slip to 3-4. The Panthers’ offense was firing on all cylinders, especially on the ground.

The Defenders struggled to get much going offensively, only managing 9 points. Ta’amu left the game with a concussion.

The UFL standings see the Panthers solidifying their position in the USFL Conference while the Defenders remain in the middle of the pack in the XFL Conference.

The San Antonio Brahmas secured a hard-fought 15-12 victory over the Houston Roughnecks in a defensive battle. With the win, the Brahmas move to 5-2 on the season, maintaining their position in the XFL Conference. The Roughnecks, despite a valiant effort, drop to 1-6 and remain at the bottom of the USFL Conference.

The Brahmas offense struggled to find the end zone, with their lone touchdown coming on a 1-yard rush by John Lovett late in the fourth quarter. Kicker Ryan Santoso provided the rest of the scoring, connecting on field goals from 26 and 51 yards out.

The Roughnecks relied heavily on the leg of kicker J.J. Molson, who accounted for all of their points with field goals from 48, 31, 62, and 21 yards. The offense moved the ball but couldn’t punch it in when it mattered most.

In terms of the UFL standings, the Stallions lead the USFL Conference at 7-0, followed by the Panthers at 5-2. In the XFL Conference, the Battlehawks and Brahmas are tied atop at 5-2.

The Brahmas will look to build on this win and maintain their position in the standings, but can they continue to find ways to win close games? As for the Roughnecks, they’ll need to find a way to finish drives and put more points on the board.

The Birmingham Stallions secured a hard-fought 30-26 victory over the St. Louis Battlehawks in a thrilling UFL game. With this win, the Stallions maintain their perfect record, moving to 7-0 on the season, while the Battlehawks drop to 5-2.

Quarterback Adrian Martinez led the charge for the Stallions, completing 21 of 33 passes for 230 yards and three touchdowns. The rushing attack was balanced, with C.J. Marable and Ricky Person Jr. combining for 73 yards on 17 carries. Marable also found the end zone once. The receiving corps was spread out, with five players recording multiple catches.

Quarterback A.J. McCarron went 19 of 32 for 161 yards, one touchdown, and one interception. The Battlehawks’ offense was largely driven by running back Jacob Saylors, who scored three total touchdowns (2 rushing, one receiving). Hakeem Butler was the top target in the passing game, hauling in 7 catches for 89 yards.

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