Baltimore didn’t cover as a 6-point favorite over San Francisco in a 20-17 win over the 49ers on a day that saw underdogs go 7-5 ATS with six outright wins.
Chalk has been the perfect side on turkey day the last three years, as favorites have gone 9-0 straight up and 8-1 ATS. The under is 5-0 in the prime-time game on the holiday.
The gutless call by the Cowboys coach to kick a field goal with 6:04 left essentially cost Dallas the game in a 13-9 loss and cost countless New England bettors a cover.
Rich Velez went 81-36-2 ATS to win the Golden Nugget’s inaugural Ultimate Football Challenge, and he’s in 10th place in the contest this year with a 46-28-3 record.
D.J. Reed returned a fumble of a botched lateral for a TD with no time remaining to give the 49ers a 36-26 win over Arizona, a 9½-point underdog at multiple sportsbooks.
Perhaps the most impressive numbers shared by Joe Burrow and Lamar Jackson are 200-1, which were the odds posted for them to win the Heisman Trophy and NFL MVP, respectively.
Underdogs went 7-3-1 ATS Sunday with six outright wins, including the Dolphins (+11) over the Colts, Steelers (+4½) over the Rams and Jets (+3) over the Giants.
The biggest win, by far, for MGM Resorts and other Las Vegas sportsbooks was on the Chargers, who upset the Packers 26-11 as 4½-point home underdogs.
An MGM Resorts bettor won a six-figure wager on Green Bay, which turned an otherwise profitable day into a small loser for MGM and a “pretty good” loser for William Hill.
William Hill won more than $1 million on Washington, which was reportedly only the second team in 25 years to cover the spread without scoring in a 9-0 loss to the 49ers.