TNS Raiders defensive line Maxx Crosby (98), sacks Denver Broncos’ quarterback Russell Wilson (3) in the second half at Allegiant Stadium, Sunday, October 2, 2022, Las Vegas. (Heidi Fang/Las Vegas Review-Journal) @HeidiFang Sports bettors will find it frustrating when their team wins, but fails to cover the spread. The Raiders were 2 1/2-point favorites against the Broncos Sunday. However, the gamblers faced a bittersweet fate when Russell Wilson ran for the touchdown to reduce Denver’s lead to 25-23 in the fourth quarter. Their faith paid off. With 2:02 remaining, the Raiders responded with a 75 yard TD drive that culminated in a Josh Jacobs 7-yard scoring run.
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This allowed them to increase their lead to 32-23. With 1:44 remaining, Mike Boone dropped Wilson’s fourth-down pass to them. They held on for their first victory and cover. The Raiders won the big bets, along with a few other games that dealt several sportsbooks the first losing Sunday in the NFL season. Caesars Sportsbook lost almost seven hundred dollars on Raiders alone, en route to a losing Day. Adam Pullen, Caesars vice president for trading, stated that while it wasn’t terrible, it was a losing day.
It was inevitable. We were very pleased with the first few weeks. It seems like the bettors have turned the tables this week. “It was a must win game for the Raiders. Denver didn’t look too hot so bettors backed the Raiders. BetMGM won the day overall, but was beaten by the Raiders of Nevada. “That was our biggest loss of the day. MGM Resorts’ director of trading Lamarr Mitchell stated that it was a six-figure loss. “We had seven-figure control over that game. It will always be that way when Raiders play at their home.
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Station Casinos also saw a lot of betting activity, with the home team reporting a slight win but a huge loss to the Raiders. Chuck Esposito, Red Rock Resort’s sportsbook director, said that it was “by far the most important decision of the day.” “The game increased by a full point, from two to three. It didn’t matter.
They kept laying Raiders on the money line, point spread, and over (45 1/2), and all three were cashed. “It was by far the best day for guests during the first four weeks in the NFL season.” Each of the NFL’s first two losing Sundays was suffered by South Point and Westgate SuperBook. John Murray, SuperBook director, stated that they took significant action from the Raiders and Chargers house players. “It was however our best Saturday of this season.
The Chargers (5 1/2) lost most of a 27-7 lead against the Texans, before scoring a late TD for a 34-24 victory. Books: A ‘Terrible Day’ Chris Andrews, South Point’s sportsbook director, summarized the day at his shop in one word. He texted “Terrible” in a message. Although South Point needed the Raiders to survive, Andrews stated that it lost in a number of other games. There are many bad ones. Dallas was a 3 point home favorite over Washington.
Caesars and Stations also suffered a devastating loss in 25-10. Dogging it The Underdogs were 9-5 ATS with six wins. Seattle (+3) was a popular favorite against Detroit, which suffered from injury. They won in 48-45. The Lions are the only team that has won 4-0 in the league. Esposito stated, “On the surface that didn’t seem like a big match, but they were all over Seahawks in that match.
“That line lost two points.” Comeback kids After overcoming a 14-0 early deficit, the Eagles (-6 1/2) have become the NFL’s only team that is 4-0. They defeated the Jaguars 29-21. After trailing the Ravens by 20-3, the Bills (-3) won a thrilling 23-20 victory. They scored 20 unanswered goals. With 4:15 remaining, it was tied at 20, but Baltimore coach John Harbaugh decided to kick a field goal instead of going for it on fourth and-goal at 2. Lamar Jackson made an interception in Buffalo’s end zone. Buffalo then drove for the winning kick just before the clock expired. It was an interesting decision. Pullen spoke out about Harbaugh, saying that it was “normal for him.” He’s a riverboat gambler.
LLC Tony Van Der Boon stands in front of a Cowboys-decorated truck as he tailgates before the Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys match on Sunday, October 2, 2022 outside of AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX. ARLINGTON — This is what Michael Gallup envisioned. Catching a pass in he end zone. The crowd cheers in approval. In celebration, his teammates slapped his back and smacked his helmet. CeeDee Lamb gestures his hands as though he is bestowing a crown on the Cowboys wide receiver.
Juan Figueroa/The Dallas Morning News/TNS Isaac Salazar of Arlington poses with mom Clara Rios as she smiles in the background, while she tailgates before the Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys match on Sunday, October 2, 2022 outside of AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX. Gallup sustained a serious left knee injury while vaulting for a touchdown on Jan. 2. He somehow managed to recover. He envisioned his next score between months of hard work and flexibility, and a February 10 procedure.
It was impossible to achieve the goal. Juan Figueroa/The Dallas Morning News/TNS Caleb Malik plays catch with the Washington Commanders at Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, October 2, 2022 outside of AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX. Gallup stated Sunday that he needed to make a statement. Gallup converted a third-down and caught a 9 yard touchdown on a Cowboys second-quarter drive nine months after his torn ACL/MCL. This gave the Cowboys an advantage they would never lose.