Tennessee, which closed as a 3-point underdog to Philadelphia, overcame a 14-point third-quarter deficit, then converted three fourth downs on the winning drive in OT.
Buffalo, which closed as a 17-point underdog, whipped Minnesota 27-6.
FanDuel spun a potential public relations nightmare into positive publicity Thursday when it agreed to pay a New Jersey bettor his full $82,000 payout on a disputed $110 live wager at 750-1 odds.
Week 2 in the NFL wasn’t kind to the wagering public as underdogs went 11-4 against the spread with seven outright upsets (including the Bengals’ win over the Ravens on Thursday).
Tampa Bay, which was a 10-point underdog without suspended starting quarterback Jameis Winston, killed every straight bet, parlay and teaser on the Saints.