It’s been another wild weekend of NFL betting, and there are three games left, including a Tuesday night showdown between Baltimore and Dallas.
Here is a recap of each game this week from a betting perspective, in case you missed any of them:
The Bears lost their sixth straight game when the Lions won their first game under interim coach Darrell Bevell after Matt Patricia was sacked, after falling 10 points in the fourth quarter. The game went over the bets total when the Bears went on Mitchell Trubisky’s 11-yard TD pass to Cole Kmet at 11:23 30-20. Matthew Stafford threw an INT on the Lions’ next possession and then they had a three-and-out before being pegged back to their 4-yard line at 4:33. Stafford then took them on a 76-yard, seven-game drive to push nearly all ATS bettors, with the Bears still leading 30-27 with just 2:18, but then Trubisky fumbled on the next series the Bear Over Set up a 5 yard TD from Adrian Peterson to give the Lions a 34-30 lead at 1:37. The Bears still had time to finish the game and headed for the Detroit 20-yard line, but David Montgomery was crammed with a 4-1 game and the Lions escaped with the surprise at 135 on the money line.
The Bengals took a 3:20 lead 7-0 in the first quarter when Tyler Boyd took a short pass from Brandon Allen and brought him 72 yards from the sideline to pay – but that was Cincinnati’s only score for Miami defended more than a third of their 196 yards attack. The Bengals were still leading 7-6 at halftime when the Dolphins settled for two FGs (one after a TD run with a fake FG was recalled for illegal formation), but Tua Tagovailoa took the Dolphins with a 5-yard -TD-Pass finally in the lead to Mike Gesicki on Miami’s first drive of the second half. Sanders kicked two more FGs, with the 19-yarder playing 13:21 to get the Dolphins across the spread for the cover for the first time. The lower was never in doubt.
Phillip Rivers and Deshaun Watson looked like they were going to get into a shootout as the Colts led 24:20 at halftime, but defense took over in the second half and the Colts’ top-ranked D scored the only points in the second Play half over a safety with only 6:02. However, the SU & ATS results all traced back to the Texans ‘last drive when they reached the Colts’ 2-yard line and shot the ball 1:28 to the left at the second goal (and the game would have been over if it had the Texans scored the winning TD and entered the PAT). But Watson fiddled with the ball and it was rescued by Colts LB Anthony Walker to keep the win and cover (and the under). .
The jaguars jumped with a 28 yard TD pass that Laviska Shenault Jr. . caught a ricochet and still led 9-6 at halftime. Joe Schobert intercepted Kirk Cousins in the first game of the third quarter and ran back for a TD to extend the Jaguars lead to 16-6. Then the Vikings scored 18 unanswered points and went 3:50 to 24-16 left in the regulation. However, Mike Glennon led the Jaguars on a 75-yard, 10-game drive that tied the game between James Robinson’s 1-yard TD run and Glennon’s 2-point conversion pass to Collin Johnson between 24 and 24. . In extra time, Glennon was caught opening and the Vikings marched down to build Dan Bailey’s game-winning 23-yard FG. The Vikings did not cover, but their SU win came a huge relief to the coast-to-coast Survivor / Eliminator players, including 52 of the 103 Circa Survivor contestants alive that week and sweating out the whole game had to (Note: a tie counts as a loss in most of these pools. ).
Here is another close escape for survivors. It didn’t look so threatening when the Raiders took a 24-13 lead in Derek Carr’s 7-yard TD run with 7:52 in the third quarter and took it through to Sam Darnold’s 4-yard TD run 10 was still the same result: 22 to play cut to 24-21. The Jets then took the lead 5:34 minutes ahead of Ty Johnson’s 1-yard TD run 28:24. The Raiders drove the ball to the Jets 9-yard line, but flipped the ball to Downs after a TD was recalled for offensive hold. The jets couldn’t run out of time and stumbled back to the raiders in just 35 seconds. Carr completed a 15-yard pass for TE Darren Waller, then struck the ball with: 19 left on the Jets’ 46-yard line. Carr missed Nelson Agholor in a bomb in the end zone when Agholor got behind the Jets man-to-man defense (rather than having multiple defenders back on the goal line). . Carr didn’t miss the next game against the same defense when he hit Henry Ruggs III with the game-winning 46-yard TD pass with only: 05 on the clock to keep the Jets winless and the Raiders still on the playoff chase to keep.
Taysom eventually threw a TD pass – and then another – but the Saints relied on his running game (83 rushing yards) along with Alvin Kamara (88 rushing yards and a TD) and another big defensive effort to get the Achieve victory and cover. The Falcons were only held to three FGs of the first half when the Saints 14-9 carried two TD passes on Hill’s. They extended it to 21-9 with 9:01 in the third quarter on Kamara’s 11-yard TD run, but the Falcons made it interesting when Matt Ryan hit Russell Gage for a 10-yard TD, leaving 7:43 to cut that lead to 21-16. The Falcons had a shot to get rid of surprise when they drove to the Saints’ 20 yard line at 1:36 to play but spun the ball on downs. A three-and-out returned the ball to the Hawks for one final try, but Ryan’s Hail Mary from the Saints 39-yard line went unanswered.
Everything went wrong for the Titans in the first half when they were stopped at the Cleveland 42-yard line in an early fourth game and Derrick Henry fumbled on their next possession. And all went well for the Browns in the first half with Baker Mayfield tossing four TD passes and Nick Chubb adding another as they led into the locker room 38-7. The Titans made up the huge deficit when the Browns didn’t add an FG until the second half, but they were only able to stay in play within six points on Ryan Tannehill’s 8-yard TD pass to Cameron Batson with: 28, but Der subsequent onside kick failed and the Browns knelt to end the surprise at 175 on the money line.
The Seahawks only led 3-0 late in the first half when they blocked a punt and apparently recovered for a 9-0 lead that would have covered the 6. 5 points, spread in the first half, but it was decided that the player was touching the end line in the back of the end zone and a safety and non-covering 5-0 lead at halftime was taken. Alfred Morris rushed for two New York TDs in the third quarter and Graham Gano added a 48-yard FG at 9:50 in the fourth quarter to give the Giants a 17-5 lead. Russell Wilson was ultimately able to get the Seahawks into the end zone with a 28-yard TD pass to Chris Carson at 6:09, but their final drive only hit the Giants’ 46-yard line before they hit the Ball flipped on downs. The Giants improve to 5-7 and stay in first place in the NFC Least when they had the biggest surprise on the money line in Week 13 at 450 (knocking out Survivor / Eliminator candidates with the Seahawks, including 12 in Circa Survivor ). .
The Rams caught the Seahawks at the top of NFC West 8-4 with this 38-28 win over the Cardinals. The Rams led 17:14 after three quarters before a final quarter with five TDs. The teams traded TDs with the Cardinals, who came back 13:21 within 24-21 of Kenyan Drake’s 4-yard TD run as it looked like most of the bettors were pushing, but then it was a 38- Yard TD from Rams RB Darrell Henderson followed by a 35 yard interception return for a TD from Troy Hill to put the Rams 38-21 ahead before the cards added a trash TD.
Aaron Rodgers threw 3 TD passes, two to WR Davante Adams and one to TE Robert Tonyan, as the Packers were 20-3 by three quarters and 23-3 after a Mason Crosby FG with 11 : 19 take control play. But the Eagles, with rookie QB Jalen Hurts replacing Carson Wentz, rallied Philly with a 32-yard TD pass from Hurts to Greg Ward and a 73-yard punt return TD from Jalen Reagor to come up with 6 23-16 to come: 30 to play. After the teams swapped punts, Green Bay was trying to run out of time when RB Aaron Jones cleared himself up for a 77-yard TD run (with Philly’s supporters cheering him on to go out of bounds or purposely fall and go into the winning formation). But his score gave the Packer supporters the cover they wanted. Hurts positioned the Eagles to get back in the back door, but was intercepted by Darnell Savage of Green Bay to end the threat (and keep the game below the total). .
You wouldn’t expect that kind of score if the winning team’s QB (Cam Newton) only threw for 69 yards and a TD, but Newton also ran for two TDs, Gunner Olszewski had a punt return of 70 yards for a TD , & Devin McCourty returned an INT 44 yards for another TD. The Patriots led 28-0 at halftime and rolled from there, although backup QB Jarrett Stidham got into the fun with a 38-yard TD pass to Olszewski during garbage time. The Patriots’ defense frustrated rookie-of-the-year contestant Justin Herbert throughout the game as he was 26-for-53 with two INTs for just 209 yards. Without the help of the chargers, the game stayed below 46. 5 points, although the patriots only got the number itself.
The Chiefs were the biggest favorites in Week 13 but struggled and rallied to take just the SU win on Sunday night (although it didn’t help that Tyreek Hill got a TD pass that was classified as incomplete and Chiefs trainer Andy Reid couldn’t dispute the call. . The Broncos led 10-9 as their defense kept the Chiefs down to just three FGs in the first half, then took the lead 16-12 on Drew Lock’s 10-yard TD pass to Tim Patrick (second time in the night). with 3:50 left in the third quarter. Patrick Mahomes hit Travis Kelce for a 20-yard TD with 1:06 in the third, but that was the Chiefs’ only TD, and they could only add a 48-yard late FG from Harrison Butker as the bottom line was hers greatest Ahead and a TD just before the point spread.
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