The inaugural XFL season doesn’t start until February but that doesn’t stop the SBR sportsbook from posting odds on each of the eight teams to win the XFL title.
<div><h2>XFL Odds Only at Sportsbook Review</h2><p>SBR has done it again and is currently the only place on the planet where you can get your XFL groove on by selecting any one, or more, of the eight teams in your <a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/forum/players-talk/3559709-xfl-odds-win-live-now.html" target="_blank">XFL picks to win the championship</a>. That’s right the SBR sportsbook is at the vanguard of XFL wagering and a new league, with new rules, should give football fans something to look forward to after the <a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/betting-odds/nfl-football/" target="_blank">NFL season is over</a>.</p><p>Unlike its first incarnation, when the XFL operated for one doomed 2001 season, this version will attempt to complement the NFL rather than compete with it. It is still a Vince McMahon entity, with the founder of the largest and most popular professional wrestling organization in the world sinking $500 million into making this league a success. However, unlike the first iteration, there will be no WWE undertones which will ostensibly legitimize the new XFL as a bona fide professional football league. The XFL rules will also differ slightly from the NFL with changes made to speed up the game and limit delays in the action.</p><p>Without further ado, let’s get a taste of the <a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/forum/players-talk/3559709-xfl-odds-win-live-now.html" target="_blank">XFL odds</a> that SBR is boldly dealing before anyone else!</p><p><strong>Dallas Renegades +300</strong> – Head coach Bob Stoops - The winningest head coach in University of Oklahoma history and six-time Big 12 Coach of the Year.</p><p><strong>Houston Roughnecks +300</strong> – Head Coach June Jones – Thirty-five years of coaching at all levels including head coach of the Atlanta Falcons as well as the University of Hawaii, SMU, and Hamilton Tiger-Cats of the CFL.</p><p><strong>Los Angeles Wildcats +1000</strong> – Head Coach Winston Moss – Former NFL linebacker and assistant defensive coach with the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, and Green Bay Packers.</p><p><strong>New York Guardians +1000</strong> – Head Coach Kevin Kilbride – Four decades of coaching beginning with small college programs before spending most of his career at the NFL level mainly as an offensive coordinator, as well as head coach of the San Diego Chargers in 1997-1998.</p><p><strong>St. Louis Battlehawks +1200</strong> – Head Coach Jonathan Hayes – Former NFL tight end and Cincinnati Bengals tight ends coach from 2003-2018.</p><p><strong>Seattle Dragons +600</strong> – Head Coach Jim Zorn – Former NFL quarterback and serving primarily as a quarterbacks coach at the NFL level with one season as head coach of the Washington Redskins.</p><p><strong>Tampa Bay Vipers +800</strong> – Head Coach Marc Trestman – Former head coach of the Chicago Bears and CFL Grey Cup champion as head coach with the Montreal Alouettes (2009 and 2010) and Toronto Argonauts (2017).</p><p><strong>DC Defenders +1000</strong> – Head Coach Pep Hamilton – Quarterbacks and receivers coach at the college and NFL levels, Hamilton was most recently with the University of Michigan as assistant head coach.</p></div>