Yes, Lot offered his two daughters to the men of Sodom to protect the guests under his roof. Many of the commentaries make some excuses for this sad and deplorable offer to appease the wicked, but the record is clear. His two virgin daughters who were "married" (Gen. 19:14) to his sons-in-law must have been betrothed, as a betrothal was considered the contract agreement, with bride price / wealth paid and the marriage was officially binding at that point.
Lot's daughters were still under his roof, and still his to protect. Lot should not have made such a hideous offer to those wicked men of Sodom.
Excerpt from Gill's Exposition on Gen. 19:8 -
"this was a very great evil in Lot to make such an offer of his daughters; it was contrary to parental love and affection, an exposing the chastity of his daughters, which should have been his care to preserve; nor had he a power to dispose of them in such a manner: and though fornication is a lesser evil than sodomy, yet all evil is to be avoided, and even it is not to be done that good may come: nothing can be said to excuse this good man, but the hurry of spirit, and confusion of mind that he was in, not knowing what to say or do to prevent the base designs of those men; that he might be pretty certain they would not accept of his offer, their lust burning more after men than women; that this showed his great regard to the laws of hospitality, that he had rather sacrifice his daughters to their brutal lusts, than give up the men that were in his house to them; and that he might hope that this would soften their minds, and put them off of any further attempt; but after all it must be condemned as a dangerous and imprudent action: " Source: Biblehub
Matthew Poole's Commentary has:
"Do ye to them as is good in your eyes, whatsoever your purpose or pleasure is. See the same phrase Genesis 20:15 41:37 Numbers 24:1, &c. A most imprudent and sinful motion, whereby he yielded to one sin to prevent another, contrary to Romans 3:8, and exposed his daughters’ chastity, which he was obliged to preserve, and which indeed he had no power to expose, especially seeing they were betrothed to other men, Genesis 19:14. " Source: Ibid.
But, what is compelling is that the Holy Spirit does not gloss over or hide the sins and weakness of man. He gave us an accurate account of the events, which speaks greatly to the infallible and genuine inspiration of the scriptures. If man had written this account, would it have been so even handed and unbiased in its report? We can say NO, as even the commentaries offered by men make excuses for Lot. God presented Lot's actions as they occurred.
That God recorded Lot's actions does not mean that God approved them. The record is the record. God's words are true and inspired. What He has recorded men doing and saying are just that... a record of their actions both of the good and the evil that was done.
Could we speculate that there was another solution to Lot's problem? Could he have gotten on his knees and prayed for God to help him? Would the angels then have revealed their purpose and rescued all of them from danger before Lot sinned? We have every reason to know from the scriptures that God would have answered such a prayer, just as He had rescued Abraham, and Daniel, and David, and many others who asked.
Lot had an eye problem. He looked through worldly eyes at the green pastures of the valley and chose what appeared an easy path. He should have had full faith and dependence upon His Father in heaven. That he did not is the reason Lot often missed the mark.