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(377) San Antonio Brahmas at (378) St Louis Battlehawks

(377) San Antonio Brahmas at (378) St Louis Battlehawks
June 9, 2024 7PM EDT
Play Rating:
3% – (377) San Antonio Brahmas at (378) St Louis Battlehawks 1H Total Over 21.5 (-110)


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(379) St Louis Battlehawks at (380) Arlington Renegades (Game Analysis Below) 

Play Rating: 3%

Play Type: 1H Total

Play: 1H Total Over 21.5 (-110)

Date/Time: Jun 9, 2024 7:00 PM / Line Provider: Heritage


3% San Antonio @ St. Louis

Last week’s contest here in St. Louis saw some “close to the vest” play calling. Expect that to open up here as St. Louis QB A.J. McCarron now has a game under his belt after sitting out previous two (ankle injury). OC Bruce Gradkowski has stated a desire to improve yardage gained on early downs which should be doable considering the Battlehawks array of weaponry. QB protection will be paramount against UFL sack leading San Antonio defense (32). Constant pressure last week resulted in 3 sacks (-21 yds) & 94 passing yards on 41.4% completions. Brahmas meanwhile lost starting QB Chase Garbers late 2Q to re-injured wrist but backup Quintin Dormandy played well in relief and has started multiple games this season. Without their top 2 rushers LW San Antonio still gained 272 total yards and converted 46.2% of their 3rd downs. Game breaking RB Anthony McFarland who also missed last week is questionable here but #1 rusher John Lovett will return to starting lineup. Battlehawks have been outgained in 4 straight and while the QB injury situation has definitely affected the offense, the defensive lapse is concerning. Entering this game they’ve allowed 316 typg in their L4 which is 2nd worst over that span and they seem vulnerable right now. San Antonio’s late season offensive surge has them #4 overall at 296.6 typg signaling they’re capable. Converting drives into TD’s and subsequently making conversion attempts are very important here for San Antonio. Likely to also focus on 1H scoring after being shutout 10-0 in first 30 minutes last week. Figure each side comes out firing making 1H total a play to target.  

Play: 1H Total Over 21.5 (-110)

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