XFL Week 2: San Antonio vs Orlando Prediction, Odds, and Picks (Feb 26)

  • San Antonio heads to Orlando in Week 2 of the XFL season.
  • The Brahmas and Guardians are still looking for their first win.
  • Both offenses struggled in Week 1 and will look to change this weekend.

The Brahmas lost to the St. Louis Battlehawks in San Antonio by a score of 18-15 in front of a jam-packed crowd.

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The Guardians fell flat in Week 1 of the XFL season, losing to the Houston Roughnecks, 33-12.

How to Watch

  • Where: Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida
  • When: Sunday, February 26, 2023, 4:00 PM ET
  • How to Watch: FOX, ESPN+


TeamSpread Odds
San Antonio Brahmas-4 (-115)
Orlando Guardians +4 (-105)

Game Preview

The Guardians started off well in the first quarter with six points, but they ended up losing to the Roughnecks and scored just six points over the next three-quarters of the game.

Paxton Lynch threw for 125 yards with one score and one interception before being benched for Quinten Dormady, who threw for one score and two picks with throwing for 142 yards.

Guardians WR Andrew Jamiel had a decent outing with three grabs for 80 yards and a 51-yard touchdown.

Former NFL WR Cody Latimer also played well, catching five balls for 68 yards and a score in the loss.

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Former college star QB Jack Coan got the start for the Brahmas and threw for 207 yards with one score and one interception.

Ex-NFL RB Kalen Ballage carried the load with 24 carries for 84 yards, but the Battlehawks scored two touchdowns in the final minutes to stun San Antonio at home.


Both of these offenses disappointed in Week 1, although nobody was a bigger flop than former NFL QB Paxton Lynch. The Guardians might not want to play him again, and the offense for Orlando needs some kind of boost.

The Brahmas played well before a late collapse against St. Luis, and they were just a few plays away from getting the victory. Jack Coan plays well again and Kalen Ballage runs well as the Brahmas get the win on the road.


Matt is a sports fanatic and originally from sunny Southern California. He has covered multiple sports over the past half dozen years and also covers USC and Colorado sports as well as the Mountain West.

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