2020 XFL Week 4 Games Previews & Betting Odds

2020 XFL Week 4 Games Previews & Betting Odds

Written by on February 25, 2020

Will New York or Los Angeles win their battle of teams on opposite coasts to avoid falling into a disheartening 1-3 hole? Can St. Louis take care of business at home against visiting Seattle? Will winless Tampa Bay get the upset at home over DC to pick up their first win of the season? Check out the Week 4 Odds  for your XFL Betting.

2020 XFL Week 4 Games Previews & Betting Odds

Last, but definitely not least, can the Dallas Renegades become the first team to defeat the Houston Roughnecks and highlight reel-making quarterback P.J. Walker? With the fourth week of XFL action approaching, now is a great time to take a look at which quartet of teams are offering the best value against their respective XFL odds this coming weekend.

Los Angeles Wildcats (1-2) at New York Guardians (1-2)

  • Saturday, February 29 at 2:00 PM ET
  • MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
  • TV: CBS

Los Angeles rolled all over DC 39-9 last weekend to give the defenders their first loss of the season as former NFL signal-caller Josh Johnson led the way to victory by passing for 278 yards with three touchdowns and no interceptions. New York got man-handled in their humbling 29-9 loss to St. Louis as three quarterbacks combined to go an uninspiring 19 for 31 with one TD toss and one interception.

The Guardians might be playing at home in this week 4 pairing, but the Guardians have been awful offensively this season in scoring just 32 points through three weeks while allowing 59 points. I predicted last week that Josh Johnson would make his presence felt in a big way moving forward and the former NFL quarterback did just that. In this Week 4 matchup, you can expect Johnson to be the best signal-caller on the field as LA gets the emphatic win despite being on the road.

Seattle Dragons (1-2) at St. Louis BattleHawks (2-1)

  • Saturday, February 29 at 5:00 PM ET
  • The Dome at America’s Center, Saint Louis, MO
  • TV: FOX

Seattle suffered their first loss of the season by falling to Dallas 24-12 last weekend, thanks mostly to some continued uneven play from quarterback Brandon Silvers. St. Louis dominated New York en route to a convincing 29-9 win as running backs Matt Jones and Christine Michael both scored one rushing touchdown apiece. Seattle has put 48 points on the board through three games while giving up 64 points during the span. Conversely, St. Louis has put 68 points on the board while allowing 46 points defensively. St. Louis will take care of business at home in this affair and oh, by the way, would someone please tell Dragons head coach Jim Zorn that Brandon Silvers needs to be benched?

Houston Roughnecks (3-0) at Dallas Renegades (2-1)

  • Sunday, March 1 at 4:00 PM ET
  • Globe Life Park in Arlington, Arlington, TX
  • TV: FS1

Houston will head into Week 4 as the league’s only remaining unbeaten team, thanks to some more jaw-dropping play from quarterback P.J. walker who passed for three touchdowns for the second straight week in the Roughnecks’ exciting 34-27 win over Tampa Bay last weekend. Dallas improved to 2-1 on the season by subduing Seattle 24-12. While Dallas has scored 58 points and given up just 45 through three weeks, the Renegades simply don’t look like they’re capable of keeping up with a Houston team that has put a league-leading 99 points on the board through three weeks while allowing 68. P.J. walker has been, by far, the best player in the XFL so far this season and his ability to make plays out of nothing has him looking like he should easily get another shot in the NFL, like, as someone’s potential starter. Houston stays unbeaten by putting at least 30 points on the board – again.

DC Defenders (2-1) at Tampa Bay Vipers (0-3)

  • Sunday, March 1 at 7:00 PM ET
  • Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, FL
  • TV: ESPN2

DC got smacked around by LA 39-9 as quarterback Cardale Jones stunk up the joint by tossing four interceptions and no touchdown passes. Tampa Bay put up a great effort but came up just short against unbeaten Houston in their hard-fought 34-27 loss last weekend. While the Vipers are currently the league’s only winless team, I’m feeling an upset brewing in this contest. Cardale Jones looked completely awful last weekend while the Vipers got a nice, two-touchdown effort from Taylor Cornelius. DC will be favored, but I’m going with the Vipers for the upset!

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