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XFL Point Spreads Week 4

February 26, 2020

Well the XFL is hanging in there pretty well. The games are being shown on FOX and CBS and the stadiums are about half full. There is some excitement around the sport and even a few breakout stars. Ratings have been decent and as we printed last week, at least one sportsbook manager has been […]

XFL Week 3 Point Spreads and Picks

February 19, 2020

With two weeks in the books I think it is safe to start picking games for this XFL. A few teams have clearly established themselves as more capable than the others. And an astute sports bettor can take the existing information and handicap the games himself. We definitely have seen low scoring games and the […]

Sportsbook Comments on XFL Action and Astros Hit by a Pitch Prop

February 18, 2020

We talked to YouWager sportsbook manager George this week about the goings-on of sports and sports betting for February. First, we wanted to know how action has been for the upstart league initiated by WWE’s Vince McMahon, the XFL. George replied “We have had an interesting push for the XFL. Players are surprisingly interested.”  This […]

XFL Betting Results After Two Weeks

February 17, 2020

The XFL is trying to fill the football gap left by the NFL after they played their Super Bowl three weeks ago. Many leagues have tried this before and all have failed. The problem, perhaps, is that there isn’t a football gap at all. Maybe people just need that crescendo followed by a solid break. […]

XFL Week 2 Point Spreads

February 10, 2020

The XFL is looking good thus far. Its ratings this past weekend were the highest sports ratings of the weekend. But no one will be too quick to judge the league as a success. This is because the league jumped out to a great start back in 2001 before eventually folding due to lack of […]

XFL Championship Odds

February 3, 2020

Those of us old enough to remember the XFL’s first iteration 20 years ago, remember that it was kind-of campy and that it didn’t make a great long-lasting impression. Word is that league founder Vince McMahon lost about $35 million in that venture. The product started strong enough but viewership declined and the league folded. […]