After an exciting first week of betting on XFL odds, the Houston Roughnecks and Arlington Renegades are currently at the top of the league’s championship futures leaderboard. They are closely followed by the St. Louis Battlehawks. The odds for XFL Week 2 were put out by sportsbooks, and we’ll look at them below.

The Seattle Sea Dragons vs. the Battlehawks and the Renegades vs. the Roughnecks is an interesting early-season matchup that is one of the best games in the second week of the season. Click on the XFL Week 2 odds below to bet on any of the games (odds as of Feb. 21).


Here are the XFL Week 2 odds and previews for all four games:

St. Louis Battlehawks at Seattle Sea Dragons

  • Thursday, February 23, 9:00 pm ET
  • Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington

The Battlehawks beat the Brahmas 18-15 in the most exciting game of Week 1. They came back from being down 12 points with less than two minutes left to play. The Sea Dragons were also in a fight to the end, but they lost to the Defenders, 22-18.

The Battlehawks ended the game strong, but A.J. McCarron’s offense was worrisomely bad for most of the game. The veteran quarterback did end up with 190 passing yards, two touchdowns, and no interceptions. He hit eight different targets, and fellow NFL veteran Brian Hill showed how versatile he is by gaining 81 yards altogether. On the other hand, the defense picked off Brahmas quarterback Jack Coan once and sacked him twice while holding the talented San Antonio running game to only 3.4 yards per carry, so there was a lot to like about the defense.

The Sea Dragons’ passing-heavy offense, which was coordinated by June Jones, worked best when Ben DiNucci was at the helm. He threw for 282 yards and a touchdown and also ran for a three-point conversion. But the former Dallas Cowboys also lost the ball three times, including a game-ending fumble just outside the Defenders’ end zone as time ran out. Seattle’s aggressive passing attack, which doesn’t use a tight end, could give St. Louis a tough time.

Even though the Sea Dragons lost in Week 1 and St. Louis will have a few more hours of sleep than their opponent, they are still 3-point favorites for their home opener on a short week.

XFL Week 2 Odds for this game at

  • St. Louis Battlehawks +3
  • Seattle Sea Dragons -3
  • 36 Over/Under

D.C. Defenders at Las Vegas Vipers

  • Saturday, February 25, 7:00 pm ET
  • Cashman Field, Las Vegas, Nevada

In their first game, the Defenders beat the Sea Dragons 22-18 with a lot of help from their defense. A forced fumble just before the goal line sealed the win. The Vipers lost to the Arlington Renegades 22–20 because they missed a two-point conversion in the last few seconds.

On one side of the ball, Defenders head coach Reggie Barlow will be happy with what he sees on the Week 1 tape. However, quarterback Jordan Ta’amu gave up an interception and only completed eight of his 19 passes for 86 yards. It wouldn’t be surprising if Barlow tried using Eric Dungey and the very versatile D’Eriq King, who had eight carries and a rushing touchdown on Sunday night, in a different order more often.

Brett Hundley didn’t get to camp until late, so Luis Perez started Week 1 because he had to. He threw for 249 yards and three touchdowns. Perez did throw two interceptions, but he connected well with NFL veterans Martavis Bryant, Geronimo Allison, and Jeff Badet, who had a 6-81-1 line in the spring league. It is still unclear if Hundley will be at quarterback in Week 2 against the aggressive Defenders defense led by Gregg Williams or if the two will share snaps.

As the week starts, the Vipers are a three-point favorite for their home opener.

XFL Week 2 Odds for this game at

  • D.C. Defenders +3
  • Las Vegas Vipers -3
  • 36.5 Over/Under

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San Antonio Brahmas at Orlando Guardians

  • Sunday, February 26, 4:00 pm ET
  • Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida

The Brahmas fell to the Battlehawks in heartbreaking fashion, 18-15, in Week 1. The Guardians were the most lopsided loser of the XFL’s opening week, dropping a 33-12 decision to the Roughnecks on the road.

San Antonio first-time head coach and NFL legend Hines Ward (Steelers, Jets)likely couldn’t have envisioned a more nightmarish final minute-plus of his first pro game at the helm. Yet, the play of quarterback Jack Coan, running backs Kalen Ballage and Jacques Patrick and several pass catchers did give Ward plenty of reason to flash his trademark smile. The unit could be poised for a much more productive performance in this matchup after another week of practice and facing an Orlando team that struggled overall in Week 1.

Guardians head coach Terrell Buckley already has an interesting decision at the most important position on the field one week in. The first-time head coach opted to pull starter and one-time NFL first-round pick Paxton Lynch after three quarters for Quenten Dormady. Neither player’s numbers were necessarily poor, but they also tossed three combined interceptions and took seven sacks. Buckley also mentioned he planned to afford third quarterback Deondre Francois active status for this Week 2 matchup, meaning the Brahmas defense may have to prepare for the possibility of facing three different quarterbacks.

Although both squads sport 0-1 marks, the Brahmas have been installed as early three-point road favorites.

XFL Week 2 Odds for this game at

  • San Antonio Brahmas -3
  • Orlando Guardians +3
  • Over/Under 38.5

Arlington Renegades at Houston Roughnecks

  • Sunday, February 26, 7:00 pm ET
  • TDECU Stadium, Houston, Texas

The Renegades beat the Vipers 22-20 in their first game of the season, and they got a lot of help from their defense. The Roughnecks beat the Guardians 33-12 and played well on both sides of the ball.

In Week 1, the offense was led by first-time starter Drew Plitt instead of the more experienced Kyle Sloter. This was because Bob Stoops wanted to play it safe. Plitt only missed on six of his 25 throws, but he only got 192 yards and was sacked three times. Still, he was good at keeping the ball safe and got along well with talented tight end Sal Cannella, who was possibly the best at his position in the XFL. The Ball State player probably will start in Week 2, but it will be against an aggressive defense led by Wade Phillips.

In the first game, this unit brought down Guardians quarterbacks seven times and picked them off three times. Houston’s offense also put on a show. The Roughnecks offense, led by coordinator A.J. Smith, had a total of 337 yards, 272 of which came from quarterback Brandon Silvers’ right arm. Even though he was sacked three times and threw two interceptions, the XFL veteran has a lot of weapons, including former NFL wide receiver Deontay Burnett, and looks like he can give the Renegades a tough test in Week 2.

As the week starts, Houston is a four-point favorite at home over their in-state rival.

XFL Week 2 Odds for this game at

  • Arlington Renegades +4.5
  • Houston Roughnecks -4.5
  • 40 Over/Under

Good luck with your XFL Week 2 odds!