After three weeks of picks, I can confirm we’re currently sat on a 55% strikerate – not bad, but we can do better.
As leagues go on, more easily-recognisable traits begin to appear which make these matchups dissectible. That’s not to say the good teams get better and the bad teams get worse – this isn’t baseball.
But it does mean that their schemes and their situations decisions in-play start to solidify as identities are created.
This should give us an edge going forward, and I think, wagers aside, everyone has been pretty happy with how the XFL has turned out. Sure, it might not be your Sunday routine that features Redzone, but it’s certainly football.
And football, as you know, is all that matters.