The Birmingham Stallions look to remain undefeated as they face the San Antonio Brahmas. It is time to continue our UFL odds series with a Stallions-Brahmas prediction and pick.

The Stallions have clinched a spot in the UFL playoffs already and with a win here, they will clinch the top spot in their conference. Last week they continued their undefeated season. It was a 35-28 victory in the game as they defeated the Houston Roughnecks to move to 8-0 on the year. Meanwhile, the Brahmas are 6-2 on the year and have won two straight. They are tied for the top spot in the XFL conference with the St. Louis Battlehawks. While a win here could help them move into that top spot, the Brahmas will play the Battlehawks in the final week of the regular season.

Here are the UFL odds, courtesy of FanDuel. 

UFL Odds: Stallions-Brahmas Odds

Birmingham Stallions: -8.5 (-110)

Moneyline: -460

San Antonio Brahmas: +8.5 (-110)

Moneyline: +260

Over: 44 (-110)

Under: 44 (-110)

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Why The Stallions Can Cover/Win

The Stallions are first in the UFL in yards per game, sitting first in rushing yards per game as well, and first in passing yards. They are first to the UFL in points per game this year as well. Matt Corral and Adrian Martinez had split time for the Stallions at quarterback. Corral is 36-62 passing with 494 yards and two scores. He also has two interceptions. He has not played in the last two games. Martinez is  102-169 on the year for 1375 years and has 13 touchdowns with an interception. He has also been solid on the ground, with 431 yards and three touchdowns. Martinez is fourth in the UFL in passing yards, second in passing touchdowns, and leads the UFL in rushing.

Ricky Person Jr. has led the rushing attack from the halfback spot. He has 298 yards rushing with six scores this year. Further, CJ Marable had 220 yards this year and has scored twice as well. In the receiving game, Deon Cain leads the way. He has 400 yards on the year with three scores. Jace Sternberger has scored twice this year while bringing in 291 yards. Ricky Person has also been solid in the receiving game out of the backfield, with 13 receptions for 150 yards this year.

The Stallions are first in the UFL in yards against per game, they are first in rushing yards against per game while sitting first in passing yards against per game this year. The Stallions also allow the second-fewest points per game this year. Carlos Davis has been great this year. He has 20 tackles but also has three tackles for a loss, six sacks, and a forced fumble. Further, Taco Charlton has four tackles for a loss and five sacks, while Jordan Thompson and Dondrea Tillamn both have six tackles for a loss and over three sacks. Additionally, Mark Gilbert has been solid in coverage, with an interception, five pass breakups, and a fumble recovery.

Why The Brahmas Can Cover/Win

The Brahmas are third in total yards this year while sitting third in rushing and third in passing. They are also fifth in points per game. Chase Garbers had been the starting quarterback, completing 75 of 106 passes for 586 yards and six scored. He is out for the year though. Quinten Dormandy has been in at quarterback. He has completed 85 of 142 passes for 974 yards and five touchdowns. Still, he has been intercepted nine times and been sacked nine times on the year.

John Lovett has been the primary man on the ground this year. He has 422 yards on the ground this year, with five touchdowns. Behind him is Morgan Ellison who has 133 yards but has not scored. Meanwhile, Jontre Kirklin has 421 yards receiving with two touchdowns this year. Further, Marquez Stevenson has 231 yards and two scores, while Alize Mack scored twice this year. Cody Latimer also had 366 yards and a score, playing much better as of late, coming away with over 200 yards in the last two games.

The Brahmas are third in total yards against this year, sitting third against the run and second against the pass. They are also first in points allowed this year. Jordan Williams has been in the backfield a lot this year. He has five tackles for a loss and two sacks. The same is true of Tavante Becker, who has eight tackles for a loss and 1.5 sacks. Currently, 12 different players have recorded a sack for the team this year. The Brahmas have also forced six fumbles this year, recovering each of them.

Final Stallions-Brahmas Prediction & Pick

The Brahma's defense has been solid this year but the Stallions have been just as good. Overall, the Stallions are by far the best team in the UFL. It is nearly impossible to stop their offense, and Adrian Martinez has been amazing for them. The Brahmas have the best chance to slow them down, but it will be tough for them to do so in this one.

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Final Stallions-Brahmas Prediction & Pick: Stallions -8.5 (-110)