Arizona Hotshots-San Antonio Commanders AAF Betting Guide: Whose Recent Success Should You Ride?
Courtesy of @TheAAF/Twitter. Pictured: Arizona QB John Wolford, San Antonio QB Logan Woodside
Betting Odds: Arizona Hotshots at San Antonio Commanders
- Spread: Commanders -1.5
- Over/Under: 43.5
- Time: 8 p.m. ET on Sunday
- TV: NFL Network
Betting market: The Commanders opened as 1-point favorites at home, but they’ve since moved up to -1.5 across the industry.
The game total has held steady since open.
Week 7 Takeaways
Arizona’s 32-15 Win Over San Diego
John Wolford has regained some of his early-season moxie over the Hotshots’ two-game winning streak, most recently completing 15-of-19 (79%) passes for 212 yards (11.2 yards per attempt) and two touchdowns against San Diego’s league-best pass rush.
Jhurell Pressley (61% snaps in Week 7) joins Trent Richardson (84%) and Zac Stacy (75%) as the league’s only true featured backs, while Rashad Ross remains the team’s top pass-game target even though nobody on the Hotshots had even five targets last week.
San Antonio’s 19-15 Win Over Salt Lake
The Commanders continued to flex their muscles at home with a crucial victory over Salt Lake to all but secure a spot in the playoffs. They got help from a plethora of running backs and receivers, as an astonishing eight players registered at least one carry and 10 players caught a pass.
Arizona Hotshots-San Antonio Commanders Aaf Betting Guide: Ride John Wolford’s or Logan Woodside’s Recent Success? has played the best football of his short AAF career for the better part of the past month, but he was forced out of action early due to an injury to his non-throwing shoulder. The good news is he’s expected to start Sunday.
Which team is healthier? Arizona
Ross (shoulder) and Pressley (wrist) were limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. Both have been dealing with these injuries for several weeks. Still, Pressley was one of only three running backs in Week 7 to play at least 60% of their offense’s snaps while Ross (58% snaps) played behind Richard Mullaney (88%), Marquis Bundy (60%) and Freddie Martino (63%).
San Antonio is banged up on both sides of the ball.