XFL Week 4 Preview, Odds & Picks

Posted by Derrick Harper on February 25, 2020 in

Week 3 of the XFL season brought us both compelling games and surprising results. Week 4 promises to be even better, so let’s take a close look at each matchup. Let’s check the Odds for week 4 for your XFL Betting.

XFL Week 4 Preview, Odds & Picks

Los Angeles Wildcats (-7) at New York Guardians

The Wildcats have improved considerably from one week to the next, culminating in last week’s blowout of DC. Josh Johnson seems to be settling in nicely, and it’s important to remember that he’s one of the most experienced quarterbacks in the league. The L.A. defense was also fantastic in Week 3, holding DC to just nine points. However, the Wildcats have to go back on the road against a Guardians team that’s growing desperate for a win after combining for just nine points over their last two games. Keep in mind that New York was great in Week 1, the team’s only home game this season, so they should put up more of a fight this week.

Pick: Wildcats -7

Seattle Dragons at St. Louis BattleHawks (-12)

The BattleHawks are another team that has improved each week of the season whereas Seattle has been a little inconsistent. The home crowd seemed to be a big help for the BattleHawks last week, especially on defense. Meanwhile, questions are starting to be asked about Seattle quarterback Brandon Silvers with the Dragons failing to reach 20 points in every game this season. As for the St. Louis offense, they showed great balance last week with Matt Jones rushing for nearly 100 yards. However, they need quarterback Jordan Ta’amu to keep playing turnover-free football.

Pick: Dragons +12

Houston Roughnecks (-1) at Dallas Renegades

Both teams are sure to be excited about this battle over bragging rights in the state of Texas. The Renegades have won their two games with Landry Jones at quarterback, but he’s also thrown four interceptions in two games. The Dallas defense has been the real reason for their two wins, giving up an average of 15 points per game. They should provide a challenge for P.J. Walker, who has been more or less unstoppable through three games, throwing 10 touchdowns to just one interception. If the Renegades can slow down him and receiver Cam Phillips, they’ll give Jones a chance to win the game.

Pick: Roughnecks -1

DC Defenders at Tampa Bay Vipers (-1.5)

The Vipers finally scored their first offensive touchdown of the season last week, which is at least a step in the right direction. However, the Tampa Bay defense couldn’t do much against P.J. Walker. The Vipers will face another stiff challenge this week when they face Cardale Jones and the Defenders. Jones had a rough outing in Week 3, but that’s not indicative of how he looked the first two weeks. The same can be said of the DC defense, which looked outstanding the first two weeks but was suddenly vulnerable in Week 3.

Pick: Defenders +1.5