Minnesota, which simply needed to beat Chicago at home to make the playoffs, closed as a 5½-point favorite but played dead in a 24-10 loss.
The Eagles, Browns and Patriots covered their opening lines but didn’t cover the closing lines Sunday.
An MGM Resorts bettor in Las Vegas lost a $500,000 money-line wager on Seattle while an MGM bettor in New Jersey hit an $8,000 six-team parlay for $330,000.
More than $1 million swung from gamblers to Las Vegas sports books Sunday when the Dolphins scored a 69-yard touchdown to pull off a shocking 34-33 upset win over the Patriots.
A Caesars bettor lost a mid five-figure money-line wager on the Packers, who closed as 10-1 ML favorites over the Cardinals at Lambeau Field.
JT Daniels’ TD pass with 48 seconds left for the Trojans made it 24-17 and caused more than $2 million in wagers on Notre Dame to swing from bettors to the books.
It was that type of NFL Sunday for the betting public, which saw underdogs go 6-3-2 ATS with four outright upsets.
Underdogs were 7-4-1 ATS on Sunday with outright upsets by the Titans, Browns, Bills, Redskins and Cowboys.
The unlikely ending resulted in a swing of more than $1 million in favor of bettors at Las Vegas sports books: mid six figures at MGM Resorts and William Hill, six figures at the Westgate and just shy of six figures at Caesars Entertainment.
Dubbed by some in the media as the Duffel Bag Bettor or Duffel Bag Boy, the unidentified gambler won well into six figures last weekend on an unlikely cover by Central Florida.