Salt Lake Stallions-San Diego Fleet AAF Betting Guide: Is San Diego Being Overvalued?
Courtesy of @AAFFleet/Twitter. Pictured: San Diego QB Mike Bercovici
Betting Odds: Salt Lake Stallions at San Diego Fleet
- Spread: San Diego -6.5
- Over/Under: 36
- Time: 8 p.m. ET on Saturday
- TV: NFL Network
Betting market: The Fleet shockingly opened as 6-point favorites despite losing their starting quarterback to the injured reserve list. I’d be shocked if that line holds for long, although the game total of 36 points indicates there isn’t expected to be much scoring from either team anyway.
Week 4 Takeaways
Salt Lake’s 20-11 Loss to Orlando
- Josh Woodrum played mistake-free football for most of this past Saturday night, completing 16-of-22 passes for 161 scoreless-yards. Still, he’s engineered the league’s least efficient pass offense in terms of yards per attempt this season despite playing in the third-most run-heavy scheme.
- Branden Oliver (52%) led the way with 17 carries last week, but left the game early with a groin injury. His potential absence would lead to plenty of early-down snaps for Joel Bouagnon as well as an enhanced workload for Terrell Newby. The Stallions signed Nick Holley this week for added backfield depth and also have Matt Asiata on the roster.
- De’Mornay Pierson-El played 79% of the offense’s snaps last week and is locked in as the offense’s featured slot receiver. Brian Tyms (55% snaps), Kenny Bell (54%), Kaelin Clay (50%) and Adnois Jennings (50%) essentially formed a four-man committee to fill the remaining wide receivers positions in the Stallions’ run-first offense.