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Here’s who Vegas is picking to win the 2020 XFL championship

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In year’s past, when the final seconds ticked off the clock at the NFL’s Super Bowl, it meant professional football was on hiatus for the next six months.

Now, thanks to the re-launch of the XFL, football fans will have something to look forward to during the formerly football-free late-winter/early-spring months on the calendar, starting this weekend. To their credit, the XFL did a standup job at putting together talented coaching staffs and rosters, so the games should, at the very least, be entertaining.

It may be a new league, but it really should come as no surprise that there will be a betting market for the XFL. With that being said, here’s who the oddsmakers at the Westgate SuperBook at picking to win the inaugural XFL Championship in 2020.

Odds courtesy of the Westgate SuperBook as of February 4, 2020.

Seattle Dragons (16/1)

  • Head coach: Jim Zorn
  • Notable assistant coaches: Mike Riley (OC), Larry Kirksey (WR)
  • Notable players: Dillon Day (C), Evan Rodriguez (TE), Stansly Maponga (DE), Will Sutton (DT)

St. Louis Battlehawks (10/1)

  • Head coach: Jonathan Hayes
  • Notable assistant coaches: Chuck Long (OC/QB), Az-Zahir Hakim (WR)
  • Notable players: Marquette King (P), Will Hill (S), Christine Michael (RB)

Los Angeles Wildcats (8/1)

  • Head coach: Winston Moss
  • Notable assistant coaches: Norm Chow (OC/QB), Pepper Johnson (DC/LB), Martin Bayless (Special Teams), Jerry Fontenot (OL)
  • Notable players: Josh Johnson (QB), Nick Novak (K), Colton Schmidt (P), Nico Siragusa (OG),

D.C. Defenders (6/1)

  • Head coach: Pep Hamilton
  • Notable assistant coaches: Bob Saunders (WR), Kurt Gouveia (LB)
  • Notable players: Cardale Jones (QB), Tyree Jackson (QB), Donnel Pumphrey (RB), Scooby Wright (LB)

Houston Roughnecks (5/1)

  • Head coach: June Jones
  • Notable assistant coaches: Ted Cottrell (DC), Chris Miller (OC)
  • Notable players: Connor Cook (QB), Kony Ealy (DE), De’Angelo Henderson (RB), Sammie Coates (WR)

New York Guardians (5/1)

  • Head coach: Kevin Gilbride
  • Notable assistant coaches: C.J. Ah You (DL), Ray Rychleski (Special Teams), Jim Herrmann (DC)
  • Notable players: Matt McGloin (QB), Joe Horn Jr. (WR), Justin Vogel (P)

Tampa Bay Vipers (5/1)

  • Head coach: Marc Trestman
  • Notable assistant coaches: Jerry Glanville (DC), Frank Gansz Jr. (Special Teams)
  • Notable players: Quinton Flowers (QB/RB), Aaron Murray (QB), Jake Schum (P)

Dallas Renegades (5/2)

  • Head Coach: Bob Stoops
  • Notable assistant coaches: Jim Jeffcoat (DL), Hal Mumme (OC), Jeff Jagodzinski (OL)
  • Notable players: Landry Jones (QB), Eric Dungey (QB), Lance Dunbar (RB), Cameron Artis-Payne (RB)

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