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AAF Futures Odds: Best Bets To Win The Alliance Championship

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The Alliance of American Football (aka The Alliance, aka AAF, aka Oh Ya, Football Is On TV) heads into week five and this weekend marks the halfway point of the season.

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A few teams are starting to separate themselves from the pack, and we also had a few teams notch their first wins of the season last week. Let’s take a look at who has the best odds to take home the championship on April 27th in Las Vegas.

Odds To Win Alliance Championship

Orlando Apollos – (4-0 overall) + 145
Arizona Hotshots – (2-2 overall) + 325
Birmingham Iron – (3-1 overall) + 400
San Diego Fleet – (2-2 overall) + 725
San Antonio Commanders – (2-2 overall) + 900
Salt Lake Stallions – (1-3 overall) + 1300
Atlanta Legends – (1-3 overall) + 4500
Memphis Express – (1-3 overall) + 4500

Breakdown Of Championship Odds

Every team is plus money after four weeks into the AAF season. Orlando looks to be the best team at this point and have the best odds to capture the championship. Atlanta and Memphis have the worst odds, but both made quarterback changes that helped them win last week.

Two teams from each conference make the playoffs. In the Eastern Conference Orlando and Birmingham have the upper hand. In the Western Conference we have a three way tie for the first place. Arizona, San Diego and San Antonio are all tied with a 2-2 record with Salt Lake one game back.

Orlando is the favorite and they have the best quarterback and wide receiver thus far in the league. Garrett Gilbert has thrown for over a thousand yards and wide receiver Charles Johnson has been unstoppable so far. I favor Orlando to win the championship, but a dark horse that I am watching closely is Salt Lake. They are 1-3 after four games, but only one game back in the Western Conference. I like the running back tandem of Branden Oliver and Joel Bouagnon. Keep your eyes on the Stallions.

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