Commanders of Washington and Tennessee Titans fans went through a wild finish in them NFL game on Sunday.

The Chiefs’ backs, who were hoping for an upset, saw their hopes dashed in the final minute as the Titans (-1.5) rallied to cover 21-17. The way it all happened was definitely wild.

Welcome to the world of silly wins and bad beats in sports betting.

Each week we’ll be rounding up the bets that have seen some people make money and others tear up their tickets in frustration. To paraphrase the famous broadcaster Al Michaels, “these plays matter to some.”

Let’s dive into this week’s madness!

The Titans survived a wild finish

Washington led 17-14 midway through the third quarter, but the Titans drove 75 yards for a touchdown to take a 21-17 lead with a minute left in the period.

Each team punted twice in the fourth quarter before Washington took over in the 11th with 4:46 left.

Quarterback Carson Wentz drove the Commanders down the field, and a pass interference penalty gave Washington a first-and-goal from the 2-yard line with 19 seconds left.

Titans from cornerback Christian Futon caught Wentz’s next pass but went out of bounds. Wentz then threw an incompletion at second.

With six seconds left, the Titans linebacker David Long made a rushing interception as Tennessee fans breathed a sigh of relief while Washington punters tore up their tickets.

Slide, the Cardinals came

Late ride over Arizona Cardinals swayed as Philadelphia Eagles held on for a 20-17 victory in Valley of the Sun.

Cardinals moneyline bettors (+175) lamented the quarterback Kyler Murray started sliding a yard too early late in the game.

The Eagles led by three points Cameron Dicker23-yard field goal with 1:45 left.

After a touchback on the ensuing drive, Murray chased the Cardinals down the field.

On second down and with 10 yards to go after the 34 and out of timeouts, Murray scrambled for nine yards, scrambling just short of the first-down line for the gain, making it a third down.

Instead of trying to pick up a first down, Murray punted the ball to stop the clock with 22 seconds left. Fourth down.

That meant the Cardinals had to try to field the ball. If Murray had grabbed a first down, they could have taken a throw or two into the end zone or worked the sideline to get closer to a field goal.

Instead, the backup kicker Matt AmendolaThe 43-yard field goal was wide. The telecast showed Amendola, who was activated from the practice squad on Saturday, making multiple misses to the side right during pregame warmups. Starting kicker Matt Prater out with a thigh injury.

On the bright side, bettors who got the Cardinals +5.5 still cashed in.

A trip for two is expensive

Raiders coach josh mcdaniels was aggressive late in the fourth quarter on monday night vs Chiefsbut it cost Las Vegas.

Davante AdamsA 48-yard touchdown run with 4:29 left cut the Raiders’ deficit to 30-29. Instead of kicking the tying extra point, McDaniels took the lead with a two-point conversion attempt when the underdog Raiders were +280 ($10 to win $38) on the money line.

Running back Josh Jacobs, who ended up running for 154 yards and a touchdown on 21 carries, was stopped short of reaching the end zone. Kansas City ended up winning by that score for their fourth straight victory over the Raiders.

The Chiefs win did pay off for at least one deep-pocketed player:

Browns linebackers are kicking

Cleveland (+1.5) had two chances to take the lead at the end against Chargers but failed.

Kicker Browns Cade York went wide from 54 yards out with 16 seconds left as Los Angeles held on for a 30-28 victory.

The Browns were +100 (bet $10 to win $20) on the moneyline, so ML bettors and punters bemoaned York’s missed shot.

Cleveland drove to the Los Angeles 9-yard line earlier in the quarter, but Jacoby Brissettthe pass was intercepted by a safety Alohi Gilman 2:44 to go.

Security is expensive

Leading 27-20, Art New York Giants stopped Aaron Rodgers and Green Bay Packers on fourth-and-1 from the Giants’ 6-yard line with about a minute left.

All the Giants had to do was run out the clock, and a bettor who placed a $5 bet on the final score of 27-20 at +18,000 would have won a total of $905.

The Giants knelt three times, the Packers called two timeouts.

On fourth-and-3 with 15 seconds left on the clock, the G-Men lined up.

Instead of punting, the Giants punter Jamie Gillan took a snap and ran along the backfield before going out of bounds for a safety.

27-22 final.

Greetings. It hurts.

Moneyline bettors who backed the Giants also made a nice +280 (bet $10 to win $38).

Kiffin covers with late TD

Lane Kiffin never let off the gas pedal, and that was true in #9 Ole missA 52-28 win Vanderbilt Art college football.

The Commodores (+17) were able to convert two points with four minutes left to go up 45-28.

The Rebels recovered the onside kick and Ole Miss marched down the field. Less than a minute to go Matt Jones 3-yard run for a first down at the Vandy 1.

Get on your knees, coach? Not Kiffin. Touchdown Rebels, 52-28 final. Ole Miss punters celebrate and Vandy fans feel the pain. The life of a bookmaker.

Pick-six pays off for Over bettors

Bettors were in good shape late in the fourth quarter Wyoming Cowboys led st New Mexico Lobos 20-14 in Mountain West Conference play.

But then it happened. Cowboy cornerback Cam Stone returned an interception 38 yards for a pick-six after a receiver went down with 1:08 to go to push the total to 41. The over/under was 37.

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