Betting on the New York Guardians

X marks the spot as XFL football has returned to New York and is hotter than ever. The Guardians are on the lookout for an XFL Championship and are prepared to defend their home turf against enemy invaders, which is great news for XFL betting enthusiasts and football fans alike. If you want to lay your money down, make sure your picks – and your sportsbook – are well guarded!

New York City’s MetLife Stadium is the home of the NFL’s New York Giants and New York Jets, but now the storied field is also home to the new G-men! The Guardians are poised to bring home an XFL title and take their place amongst the New York elite. Once the XFL betting action kicks off, expect the Guardians to safeguard your journey to the top.

To learn about how to bet on the Guardians of the XFL, read on as we provide a complete walkthrough of the 2020 season and help you find the best XFL sportsbook sites on the Internet. Kevin Gilbride and company look to man their posts and watch the Guardians develop a championship contender for 2020 and beyond.

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New York Guardians Betting Odds & Team Info

The new XFL is here and oddsmakers are beginning to release betting lines.  While the earliest lines are up at most reputable offshore sportsbooks, you’re sure to see more XFL odds and props posted as the season gets underway and fans start tuning in.  Check back here frequently, as this page will be updated with new XFL betting options whenever they’re added to the menu.

Name:
Guardians

City:
New York, NY

Venue:
MetLife Stadium

Capacity:
82,550

Team Colors:
Black, Gray, and Red

Head Coach and GM:
Kevin Gilbride

XFL Championship Futures
Bovada
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Dallas Renegades: TBA
DC Defenders: TBA
Tampa Bay Vipers: TBA
Houston Roughnecks: TBA
Los Angeles Wildcats: TBA
St. Louis Battlehawks: TBA
New York Guardians: TBA
Seattle Dragons: TBA
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Tampa Bay Vipers: TBA
Los Angeles Wildcats: TBA
DC Defenders: TBA
Houston Roughnecks: TBA
St. Louis Battlehawks: TBA
Seattle Dragons: TBA
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Tampa Bay Vipers: TBA
Los Angeles Wildcats: TBA
DC Defenders: TBA
Houston Roughnecks: TBA
St. Louis Battlehawks: TBA
Seattle Dragons: TBA
XFL Game Lines
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Top Rated Online Sportsbooks For Betting On The Guardians

Bovada Sportsbook

When you want to bet on the new XFL, the first site you should look at is Bovada. As America's best sportsbook, Bovada has been in the game for years, offering the experience and security that millions of US bettors trust.

When you sign up at Bovada, you can get a $250 Sports Welcome Bonus, padding your bankroll so you can pad your stats.

Millions of players wager at Bovada, and the site also offers a robust casino, full racebook, and a poker room so you'll always have something to do in between XFL matchups.

Rank Site Review Bonus Link
#1 Bovada Logo 50% up to $250
#2 Mybookie Logo 50% up to $200
#3 Xbet Logo 50% up to $300

Is XFL Betting Legal?

As long as you place your bets at an online or brick and mortar sportsbook that is operating legally offshore or domestically, then yes, it is perfectly legal.  The sportsbooks you see on this page are all operating legally within the industry and are either independently licensed or are owned and operated by a parent company that holds licensing credentials.

So if you live in a state that has not yet legalized local sports betting, or you simply prefer the online betting options from international sportsbooks, you can place your bets at legitimate offshore sports betting sites without violating any state or federal gambling laws.  The exceptions are CT and WA, both of which have prohibited all forms of online gambling, and the state of NJ, which has convinced offshore sportsbooks to exit the NJ gambling market.

New York Guardians Coaches

Head Coach/General Manager: Kevin Gilbride

Kevin Gilbride began his coaching career in 1974, where he started in the college ranks before being elevated to the NFL in 1989.  Most will fondly recall Coach Gilbride from his stint as offensive coordinator for the Houston Oilers in the early 1990s.  It was there where he fostered his pass-heavy offense alongside Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon.

Unfortunately, Gilbride is likely most remembered for getting into a fistfight with fiery Oilers head coach Buddy Ryan, though he couldn’t punch through Ryan’s guard (which is ironic given his new post in the XFL). After his time with Houston, Gilbride moved on to become the offensive coordinator for many more NFL teams.  In 1997, he was named head coach for the San Diego Chargers, a position he held for two seasons.

Now, G-Bride has become the first head coach of the G-Men (or G-Boys, depending on your perspective, even though the NFL’s Giants are pretty terrible), bringing his own brand of pass-first offense to the table while defending against those who would try to knock the Guardians off their perch.

Offensive Coaching Staff
  • QB Coach – G.A. Mangus
  • RB Coach – Jerald Ingram
  • WR Coach – Mike Miller
  • OL Coach – Ronnie Vinklarek
  • Off./Special Teams Coach – Ray Rychleski
Defensive Coaching Staff
  • DC – Jim Herrmann
  • DL Coach – C.J. Ah You
  • LB Coach – Kevin Kelly
  • DB Coach – Cris Dishman
  • Def./Special Teams Coach – Jeff McInerney
2020 NY Guardians Roster
Guardians Active Roster - 2020

1          McKay, Mekale WR       6-5       195      Cincinnati
2          Horn, Joe          WR       5-10     182      Missouri Western
3          Pearson, Colby  WR       6-0       194      Brigham Young
7          Perez, Luis        QB        6-2       222      Texas A&M Commerce
8          Vogel, Justin     P          6-4       215      Miami (FL)
9          Redding, Teo    WR       6-0       176      Bowling Green
10        Duke, Austin     WR       5-9       170      Charlotte
12        Williams, Marquise       QB        6-2       233      North Carolina
14        McGloin, Matt  QB        6-1       200      Penn State
16        McCrane, Matthew       K          5-10     167      Kansas State
17        Liggins, Justice  WR       6-1       198      Stephen F. Austin
20        Cook III, Tim      RB        6-0       247      Oregon State
21        Summers, Jamar           CB        5-11     186      Connecticut
22        Askew-Henry, Dravon    S          5-11     187      West Virginia
23        Stockton, Justin RB        5-9       197      Texas Tech
24        Texada II, Ranthony       CB        5-8       181      Texas Christian
26        Neal, DeJuan     CB        5-11     193      Shepherd
27        Victor, Darius    RB        5-6       226      Towson
28        Sutton, Wesley S          5-11     188      Northern Arizona
29        Jones, Bryce      CB        5'11      168      Akron
30        Soroh, Andrew  S          6-0       206      Florida Atlantic
31        Alexander, Terrence      CB        5-9       181      Louisiana State
33        Hendy, A.J.       S          6-1       202      Maryland
34        Colburn II, Matthew      RB        5-8       189      Wake Forest
36        Cox, Demetrious           S          6-0       196      Michigan State
42        Daly, Scott        LS         6-2       237      Notre Dame
44        Mueller, Ryan   LB        6-1       247      Kansas State
45        Hines, D'Juan    LB        6-1       227      Houston
47        Ginda, Frank     LB        6-0       235      San Jose State
48        Johnson, Jawuan           LB        5-11     230      Texas Christian
49        DeLuca, Nick     LB        6-3       227      North Dakota State
55        Wright, Charles DE        6-3       221      Vanderbilt
56        Heeney, Ben     LB        6-0       218      Kansas
58        Rotimi JR, Bunmi           DE        6-3       265      Old Dominion
59        Dooley, Garret  LB        6-2       237      Wisconsin
68        Brumfield, Garrett         C          6-3       299      Louisiana State
69        Silberman, Ian   C          6-5       311      Boston College
70        Kling IV, John    T          6-7       353      Buffalo
71        Weiss, Brant     T          6-5       291      Toledo
73        Young, Avery    OL        6-5       347      Auburn
74        Jones, Jarron     T          6-6       320      Notre Dame
77        Mama, Damien G          6-4       333      USC
78        Coyle, Anthony G          6-5       298      Fordham
83        Sutherland, Jake           TE        6-4       250      Morehead State
85        Brown, Keenen TE        6-2       256      Texas State
87        Powell, Jake      TE        6-5       231      Monmouth (NJ)
88        Bibbs, EJ           TE        6-3       260      Iowa State
91        Owens, Jarrell   DE        6-2       276      Oklahoma State
93        Barnes, TJ         DT        6-7       365      Georgia Tech
94        Mbu, Joey         DT        6-3       341      Houston
95        Johnson JR, Toby           DT        6-4       340      Georgia
99        Walker, Cavon  DT        6-2       287      Maryland

NY Guardians Notable Players
Matt McGloin, QB

After a successful collegiate career at Penn State, quarterback Matt McGloin went undrafted and signed a free-agent contract with the Oakland Raiders.  After four years in Oakland, McGloin tried to gain traction with another team but wasn’t able to stick.  Matt is projected to be the day one starter for the Guardians, and he is ready to stand watch. 

Luis Perez, QB

If anything goes wrong with the Matt McGloin experiment, Luis Perez will be there to take the reins.   Luis was first drafted by the XFL’s Los Angeles Wildcats, but was traded to the Guardians on January 19, 2020.  Over the last two years, Luis has spent time on three NFL practice squads and two AAF teams and is looking to make his mark in the new XFL as a member of the Guardians.

Joe Horn Jr., WR

Horn is the son of former NFL wide receiver Joe Horn and is competing for a roster spot at the wide receiver position.  Many will remember the time his father, while playing for the New Orleans Saints, pulled a cell phone from the goalpost padding and used it as a prop for a touchdown celebration.  Jr. is all business, though, and he is ready to take his post and bring home an XFL title in 2020.

2019 XFL Draft Recap
Offensive Draft

Tier 1 Quarterback Allocations

Matt McGloin – QB – Penn State

Phase 1: Skill Players

1          3          DeAngelo Yancey          WR       Purdue
2          14        Mekale McKay  WR       Cincinnati        
3          19        Tanner Gentry  WR       Wyoming         
4          30        Tim Cook          RB        Oregon State   
5          35        Demarcus Ayers            WR       Houston          
6          46        EJ Bibbs TE        Iowa State       
7          51        Keith Towbridge            TE        Louisville         
8          62        Justin Stockton RB        Texas Tech       
9          67        Darius Victor     RB        Towson
10        78        Marquise Williams        QB        North Carolina

Phase 2: Offensive Line

1          6          Jarron Jones      OT        Notre Dame     
2          11        Cyrus Kouandjio            OT        Alabama          
3          22        Parker Collins    C          Appalachian State        
4          27        Anthony Coyle  G          Fordham          
5          38        Zac Kerin          G          Toledo 
6          43        Brian Fineanganofo       OT        Idaho State      
7          54        John Kling         OT        Buffalo
8          59        Ian Silberman    OT        Boston College 
9          70        Nate Theaker    G          Wayne State    
10        75        Arie Kouandjio  G          Alabama

Defensive Draft

Phase 3: Defensive Front Seven

1          7          Ben Heeney      LB        Kansas 
2          10        Joey Mbu          DT        Houston          
3          23        Austin Larkin     DE        Purdue
4          26        TJ Barnes          DT        Georgia Tech   
5          39        Nick DeLuca      LB        North Dakota State      
6          42        D'Juan Hines     LB        Houston          
7          55        Jarrell Owens    DE        Oklahoma State
8          58        Cavon Walker   DT        Maryland         
9          71        Garrison Smith  DT        Georgia
10        74        Rykeem Yates   DE        Nevada

Phase 4: Defensive Backs

1          2          Jamar Summers CB        Connecticut     
2          15        Lorenzo Doss    CB        Tulane 
3          18        David Rivers      CB        Youngstown State        
4          31        Dravon Askew-Henry     S          West Virginia   
5          34        Demetrious Cox S          Michigan State 
6          47        Andrew Soroh   S          Florida Atlantic
7          50        Jeremiah McKinnon      CB        Florida Atlantic
8          63        Terrence Alexander       CB        LSU     
9          66        Nydair Rouse    CB        West Chester   
10        79        Ranthony Texada          CB        TCU

Open Draft

Phase 5: Open Draft

Garrett Fugate  QB        Central Missouri          
Lawrence Pittman         RB        Wingate          
Matthew Colburn          RB        Wake Forest    
Tommy Bohanon          RB        Wake Forest    
Colby Pearson   WR       BYU     
J-Shun Harris     WR       Indiana
Justice Liggins   WR       Stephen F. Austin         
Keevan Lucas    WR       Tulsa   
Octayvius Miles WR       Alabama A&M 
Quadree Henderson      WR       Pittsburgh        
Jake Powell       TE        Monmouth      
Jake Sutherland TE        Morehead State           
Adrian Bellard   OT        Louisiana-Lafayette      
Thomas Doles   OT        Northwestern  
Garrett Brumfield         C          LSU     
George Johnson            DE        Rutgers
Malik Harris      DE        Incarnate Word
Ryan Mueller    DE        Kansas State    
Victor Ochi       DE        Stony Brook     
Bunmi Rotimi    DT        Old Dominion  
Toby Johnson    DT        Georgia
Darnell Leslie    LB        Monmouth      
Frank Ginda      LB        San Jose State  
Jawuan Johnson            LB        TCU     
Robert McCray  LB        Indiana
DeJuan Neal     CB        Shepherd         
Aaron Taylor     S          Ball State         
Max Lyons        S          Southeastern Louisiana
Wes Sutton       S          Northern Arizona         
Scott Daly         LS         Notre Dame

Supplemental Draft

Damon Sheehy-Guiseppi           WR       Phoenix
Keenen Brown  TE        Texas State      
Garrett Hudson TE        Richmond        
Brian Wallace   OT        Arkansas          
Antonio Morrison         LB        Florida 
Bryce Jones       CB        Akron  
J. Hendy        S      Maryland         
Matt McCrane  K          Kansas State

2020 New York Guardians Schedule

Week 1: Tampa Bay Vipers
Week 2: @ DC Defenders
Week 3: @ St. Louis BattleHawks
Week 4: Los Angeles Wildcats
Week 5: @ Dallas Renegades
Week 6: Houston Roughnecks
Week 7: @ Seattle Dragons
Week 8: St. Louis BattleHawks
Week 9: DC Defenders
Week 10: @ Tampa Bay Vipers

Post Season

Eastern Conference Playoffs: Saturday, April 18 at 3 PM
XFL Championship Game: Sunday, April 26 at 3 PM

Guardian Schedule

XFL Salaries - NY Guardians

Many are wondering just how much each XFL player will earn.  The actual formula has yet to be released, but the New York Guardians will have the same salary structure as all other teams in the XFL.

The league has revealed that the average XFL salary is $55,000 per player, but quarterbacks are able to earn roughly double that amount.  The salary of other skill positions will fall within the range of the average and the maximum, and XFL players will have the chance to earn additional weekly funds in the form of winner or roster bonuses. Meanwhile, the XFL coaching staff salary tops out at $500,000, though this is heavily dependent upon incentives, and assistant coaches make considerably less.